Washington County is in solid financial shape and was able to add to its reserves in 2018, commissioners were told Tuesday.

Lewis Crain of Rutledge, Crain and Co. presented the audit, which showed that the county had $887,000 more in revenues than expenditures at the end of its 2018 budget.

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