Fiscal Court approves sheriff’s vehicles, clerk’s office renovation plans
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander presides over Monday’s meeting of the Trigg County Fiscal Court.</i>
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Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander presides over Monday’s meeting of the Trigg County Fiscal Court.

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The Trigg County Sheriff’s Office will receive two new vehicles, using $62,444 of the county’s alcohol tax revenue.

Trigg County Sheriff Ray Burnam said the office will get a new Dodge Ram police truck and a new Dodge Pursuit Charger.

“Two of those vehicles they’ve been talking about replacing had an excess of 190,000 miles on them,” Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander said during Monday evening’s Fiscal Court meeting. “It’s, I think, in the best interest of the county at this point in time to not lease those vehicles, but to purchase them directly.”

Magistrates had talked last month about leasing the two vehicles but chose to table it. At Monday evening’s meeting, Magistrate Larry Lawrence made the motion to purchase the two vehicles, and Magistrate Richard Nelson seconded it. The vote was unanimous.

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