WOIO reported on Monday that Cuyahoga County wasted an estimated $32,000 by mistakenly sending out thousands of duplicate dog license renewal notices costing $1.37 a piece.
Lap up the goodness in the segment linked above. Go ahead, scratch the urge to learn more.
And a tip of the hat for this post goes to cleveland.com's story "Ruff break? Ed FitzGerald's administration wastes $32,000 on duplicate dog license application forms." That posts also cites WOIO watchdog reporter Carl Monday's dogged digging.
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