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Public Health seeks more county funding | Preston Citizen

Public Health seeks more county funding

June 6, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL 

Assistant editor

Franklin County commissioners are considering a request for a three percent, or $2,700 increase, from Southeastern Idaho Public Health for next year’s budget, which will take effect Oct. 1.

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Maggie Mann, director of the agency based in Pocatello, visited with commissioners recently about the request. She said Franklin County received up to $300,000 in annual funding through the agency for the Women, Infant, Children (WIC) program. This is the second-highest figure of the seven counties served in southeastern Idaho.

Commissioner Scott Workman said he believes the health agency is providing a great service in Franklin County.


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