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July 16, 2014 11:48 AM

County Council right to reject sales tax hike

Organizations become great for what they won't do as much as what they will do. Beaufort County Council has rightly decided not to put a 1 percent sales tax proposal before voters. Their responsibility is to be a check on increased taxes and unnecessary but nice-to-have projects. They must continue to be a watchdog over all special-interest groups.

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