If you’ve ever wondered about county ordinances concerning dogs, or roads or just about anything, finding that information is now a lot easier.
“Things are changing,” said Rhonda Scherf, legal executive assistant to county counsel.
The undertaking actually began 10 years ago when Scherf decided to put the county codes online. Under that system, she created PDF files and then placed them on the county website.
They were categorized, however, the database was not searchable.
“It was a big undertak...
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