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Changes made during the past four years
have saved taxpayers close to $70 million, according to Frederick County
Executive Jan Gardner. The savings come primarily from three key
initiatives: ending privatization that cost taxpayers more, achieving the
trifecta of AAA bond ratings that brought better interest rates and saved
taxpayers millions, and renegotiating agreements to give taxpayers a better
deal.Renegotiating the Oakdale-Lake
Linganore agreement for an interchange on Interstate 70 at Meadow
Road saves county taxpayers $48 million.
“Protecting taxpayers and saving money is job #1,” said
Executive Gardner. “These savings make life better for people by
providing for needed schools, public safety, roads, libraries and parks, while
we continue to hold the line on taxes.”
information or watch the public information briefing.