Fiscal Court approves budget transfers
by Franklin Clark, Reporter --
Sep 23, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trigg County’s Fiscal Court heard from Larry Schulman of Prepaid Legal Services, who was offering legal services to county employees, at it Monday evening meeting, held at the courthouse basement.

No action was taken, but Trigg County Judge-Executive Stan Humphries said he would take Schulman’s offer into consideration.

The fiscal court unanimously approved of several transfers within the budget, and also approved a separate transfer of $20,400 from the county’s general fund to the Trigg County Sheriff’s Department.

The court unanimously approved of 800 feet worth of curbing and gutters for the new Trigg County Senior Citizens Center on East Noel Road, to the tune of $15,600. The court could have also approved an extra 1,400 feet of curbing and gutters, at a cost of an extra $26,000, but decided to hold off for the time being.

The court also unanimously approved of the purchase of a Komoda industrial mower for use at the Trigg County Recreation Complex. The person hired to mow is currently using his own personal mower.

Additionally, the court unanimously agreed to have Greenfield Steel install a metal roof on the Trigg County Rescue building, at a total cost of $3,300. Humphries said the roof is supposed to last 30 years.

The court also unanimously re-appointed George Radford, Marc Terrell and Dan Jergens to the Hospital Board for four-year terms that will expire on Sept. 30, 2013.
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