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By Mount Vernon News
December 19, 2013 11:01 am EST

 

MOUNT VERNON — Year-end business matters topped the agenda when the Knox County Board of Health met Wednesday evening for its monthly meeting at the Knox County Health Department.

A list of proposed fee increases with the environmental health department was approved with all changes relating to food establishment licenses and water program fees. Environmental health director Nate Overholt said that lab fees have gone up, prompting the need for an increase in water fees. Numerous food service license fees vary, depending on commercial versus non-commercial purpose and the size of operation.

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