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Economy / Portage County, Ohio #74842

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 12, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Ravenna, Ohio) Portage Cnty., Ohio, economy problems examined. [Bernie KLENA - must choose which expenses to pay.] Cnty.'s unemployment rate noted. [Sheriff Ross JAMERSON - notes drastic cut on number of patrol cars.] Cnty.'s financial problems said resulting in inability of county to bring those arrested to trial. [Judge Joseph KAINRAD - comments on dockets.] Amt. county government lacks to pay for November elecs. mentioned; similarity between Portage Cnty.'s economy problems and those ntnwide. discussed. Details outlined on screen. [Cnty. treasurer Maurice KLINE - claims county is broke.]
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Reynolds, Frank;
Robinson, Max

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