Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at 7:00 am (Updated: January 12, 8:02 am)
On election night last August, Nick Forrester said he believed the voters wanted Roane County government to tighten its belt.
Five months later the first-term county commissioner said he believes that’s still the case.
Forrester said that’s why he won’t support a property tax increase to solve the problems facing the county’s ambulance department.
“I think there’s ways we can go about that, other than raising property taxes,” he said.
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