SUN HERALD | Editorial: Supervisors spread sunshine on Jackson County government

In fact, we learned the supervisors appropriated $500,000 in the fall to help pay for the process, which may cost $1 million by the time it is fully operational in 2016.

But it should be money well spent.

Not only will the public and those who do business with the county have more access to public records, those records will be quicker to access and easier to navigate.

We commend the supervisors for this investment in transparency.