GATESVILLE — Coryell County commissioners met Monday to try to whittle down a $1.7 million budget deficit, but before cutting any spending, they agreed to create a county human resources position that could add up to $70,000 in spending.
The commissioners also heard complaints about county roads and a renewed pitch for another assistant district attorney to help ease jail crowding and a bloated court docket.
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