Carbon County's retirement fund has hit an all-time high, officials report.
During the county retirement board meeting on Thursday, Robert Crampsie, county controller and secretary to the retirement board, announced that the retirement fund, as of July 31, has hit $69,914,728, up $2.7 million from June.
"It has been a sort of mini roller coaster," Crampsie said. "In May we were at $68.5 million and took a dip in June, but recovered that in July and made some more. So far this year performance-wise has been excellent."