“Some of the money has arrived at the Duval County building in five-figure money orders or checks. But much of it has been in cash. This past April, county Treasurer Robert Elizondo took delivery of $33,700, most of it in hundreds and twenties.
“It’s very exciting to count all those twenties,” he said. “I’m going to be a bank teller after this; I’ve got the training.”
The money began pouring in soon after this sparsely populated county 90 miles west of Corpus Christi decided last summer to start charging an $800 licensing fee for each so-called eight-liner amusement machine inside its borders.” Read the full article here.
September 8, 2012
By: Eric Dexheimer