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A Shout out for Clerk Greer & Staff & Dog & Cat licenses

Mitzi Bault believes that when the numbers are run - she's working on that now - the Green River Animal Shelter's (GRAS) basic finances could be handled with simple compliance with the licensing requirements. Licenses for dogs are now required, but too few comply with it. GRAS, under the current manager, is a huge source of pride for Adair County. Sustaining the momentum requires a solid financial footing that the license income can provide.

By Mitzi Bault

I just want to thank Lisa Greer for taking on the duty of selling Dog & Cat licenses. Her office doesn't have to do. Her office gets 0% in fees for this extra effort.

I have made many trips to the Adair County Clerk's office, and every time, they are like busy little bees. But she and her staff always have big smiles, are professional, and are ready to help.

I also have a big 'Thank You' to for all of its awesome help getting the word out to the public about this

This story was posted on 2018-09-04 04:18:21
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