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Agenda for Monday Fiscal Court meeting

By Bridget Compton

The Adair County Fiscal Court will meet in regular session at 6pmCT on Monday, March 14, 2022, at 901 Hudson Street, Columbia, KY. The public is invited to attend.

Meeting Agenda:


  • Adair County Fiscal Court
    Regular Called Meeting
    March 14, 2022 @ 6:00 P.M.
    Jim Blair Center
    901 Hudson St., Columbia, Kentucky 42728

  • Pledge of Allegiance

  • Prayer

  • Call to Order

  • Roll Call

  • 1. Approval of Agenda

  • 2. Approval of Minutes: Regular Called Meeting - February 28, 2022

  • 3. Disbursements

  • 4.
    • A.) Sheriff's Report
    • B.) Road Department Report
    • C.) G.R.A.S. Report
    • D.) Committee Reports
    • E.) Jail Report

  • 5. Treasurer: Treasurer's Report

  • 6. Budget Amendments

  • 7. Budget Tranfers
    • A.) Line To Line Transfers
    • B.) Fund To Fund Transfers

  • 8. Court Orders

  • 9. Reading of Roads

  • 10. Action Items:
    1. Natural Gas Discussion
    2. Mack Truck Discussion
    3. County Clerk Annual Settlement 2021
    4. Jail Truck Bids Open And Possible Award
    5. Old Glensfork Rd-Bridge Discussion
    6. Jail Medical Contract-Permission To Bid
    7. ARPA Projects

  • 11. Other Business

  • 12. Public Comments

  • 13. Adjourn
This meeting is open to the public.


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Adair Fiscal Court holds first March 2022 meeting



2022-03-15 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Vicky Pike of Miss Vicky\'s Pampered Angus Ranch.
A large crowd attended the Adair County Fiscal Court meeting Monday night at the Jim Blair Park and Recreation Center building. The main discussions were on a playground for all ages including children with disabilities. This was tabled until next meeting to get further information on the project and materials.

Another lengthy discussion was on the subject of getting countywide gas service. It was decided to form a committee to gather information and recommendations after some information was given by CAUD Director Lenny Stone. Judge Cowan will appoint a committee to gather details and investigate possible funding for it.

Officials in attendance at the meeting from left are: Magistrates Chris Reeder, Sammy Baker, Darryl Flatt, Harold Burton, ACJE Gale Cowan, AC Clerk Bridget Compton, and Magistrates Billy Coffey, Greg Caldwell and Terry Hadley.

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