Hamilton County Commissioners are set to review the 2013 budget Monday.
A quarter of the way through the year, administrators say the county is projecting over budget.
General fund expenditures are projected to be $5.3 million over. In a memo to commissioners, Budget Director John Bruggen attributes the overage to several departments - primarily the Sheriff and Prosecutor's offices - projecting well over budget.
Angry employees and people who regularly use the Hamilton County Recorder's office packed Commission chambers Wednesday. They want funding restored to the Recorder's budget so he won't go through with closing the office on Friday's.
Earlier this month Wayne Coates announced the four-day work week is needed to manage the nearly 25 percent cut to his 2013 budget.
Paul Berlage with the Southwestern Ohio Land Title Association says avoiding filing delays is paramount.