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'''Citizens For Government Accountability''' (CFGA) is a non-profit organization that fights for accountability in Union and surrounding counties.  CFGA formed in the spring of 2006 around in response to public policy issues such as the county jail and occupational taxes, and how local taxpayer money is spent on a variety of public buildings.  CFGA obtains its information through interviews, formal open records requests, and attention to detail. <ref> [http://www.citizensgovernment.com Citizens For Government Accountability Website] </ref>  The organization publishes a regular newsletter featuring the latest information about issues concerning Union County.
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'''Citizens For Government Accountability''' (CFGA) is a non-profit organization that fights for accountability in Union County and surrounding counties.  CFGA formed in the spring of 2006 around in response to public policy issues such as the county jail and occupational taxes, and how local taxpayer money is spent on a variety of public buildings.  CFGA obtains its information through interviews, formal open records requests, and attention to detail. <ref> [http://www.citizensgovernment.com Citizens For Government Accountability Website] </ref>  The organization publishes a regular newsletter featuring the latest information about issues concerning Union County.
  
 
==Personnel==
 
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*[http://www.freedomkentucky.org/images/2/2a/CFGA_July_2008.pdf July 2008 newsletter]
 
*[http://www.freedomkentucky.org/images/2/2a/CFGA_July_2008.pdf July 2008 newsletter]
  
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==See Also==
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*[[Morganfield, Kentucky]]
  
 
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Revision as of 14:27, 19 August 2008

Citizens For Government Accountability (CFGA) is a non-profit organization that fights for accountability in Union County and surrounding counties. CFGA formed in the spring of 2006 around in response to public policy issues such as the county jail and occupational taxes, and how local taxpayer money is spent on a variety of public buildings. CFGA obtains its information through interviews, formal open records requests, and attention to detail. [1] The organization publishes a regular newsletter featuring the latest information about issues concerning Union County.

Personnel

  • Executive Director - J.C. McElroy
  • Director - Peter J. Van
  • Director - Elizabeth Freer

Newsletters

See Also

References

  1. Citizens For Government Accountability Website