Mecklenburg County leaders are willing to use community members’ tax dollars to help CW Williams Community Health Center.
County Commissioners approved giving $390,000 to the troubled health center.
The center has been in the red for years. The county removed funding after it failed to turn in a financial audit.
According to leaders, in order to get its funding back, the center must follow a set of rules.
The Channel 9 investigative news team is going over the guidelines now meant to protect tax dollars.
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