At last week’s Johnson County Commission meeting, a local resident accused the board of hiding a portion of the 1% tax revenue that wasn’t allocated to non-government entities and put the funds into the general fund.

Commissioner Linda Greenough responded to the accusation yesterday while a guest on the KBBS Morning Show…

Johnson County is one of the few counties in Wyoming who choose to allocate tax revenue to non-governmental organizations.

According to Assistant County Attorney Barry Crago, the Commission’s decision to do so falls within the guidelines of Wyoming Statutes.

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