Augusta County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Larry Wills said he wants more money to stay in the county.
He said in the past the board has had to cut expenses and send the money back to Richmond.
Wills said the governor has plans to eliminate that requirement, which means fewer cuts in the main services, such as Sheriff's Offices and Commonwealth attorneys.
"It's a percentage of that funding that has to be returned back to the state. Either don't claim that they're fulling funding it or leave it alone and let us keep what they have funded," Wills said.
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