Merced County CEO Jim Brown speaks to a member of the county’s Board of Supervisors during a meeting Tuesday, April 12, 2016, during which he discussed the county’s analysis of a new tax-sharing agreement with the city of Merced. The city called off all negotiations with the county last week, saying there has been no significant progress.
Merced County CEO Jim Brown speaks to a member of the county’s Board of Supervisors during a meeting Tuesday, April 12, 2016, during which he discussed the county’s analysis of a new tax-sharing agreement with the city of Merced. The city called off all negotiations with the county last week, saying there has been no significant progress. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
Merced County CEO Jim Brown speaks to a member of the county’s Board of Supervisors during a meeting Tuesday, April 12, 2016, during which he discussed the county’s analysis of a new tax-sharing agreement with the city of Merced. The city called off all negotiations with the county last week, saying there has been no significant progress. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

Merced County insists its tax-sharing offer is ‘fair’

April 12, 2016 07:13 PM