Jefferson County is still bogged down by the potential loss of a major revenue source supporting its budget and billions of dollars in auction- and variable-rate sewer bonds that haven’t been restructured. But newly elected commissioners are moving to overhaul the county’s finances.

Commissioners are considering hiring a turnaround firm to help the county review its finances, according to the Birmingham News.

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