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Posted: 7:57 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012
By WOKV News Team
Jacksonville, FL —
Mayor Brown's office wants to move the Supervisor of Elections office to a city building downtown in the hopes of saving taxpayers some money.Brown's chief of staff Chris Hand says building a completely new facility would cost in the area of $7 to 11 million, whereas an existing building would save taxpayers a lot of money. Duval County Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland says he's all for saving money, but doesn't think the Yates building is suited to accomodate the large equipment or to be a distribution facility.Holland meets with city officials Monday to discuss the issue.
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