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CJE office issues contacts during Magistrate Reeder's recovery

For road Issues, call 270-384-3738; for all other magisterial issues in District, call 270-384-4703 until Magistrate Reeder recovers from injuries sustained in automobile accident

By Gale Cowan

As many of you know, District 4 Magistrate Perry Reeder, was injured in a motor vehicle accident a few weeks ago and his recovery may take several more weeks. During this time anyone needing assistance in the District 4 Area of Adair County may call the Adair County Road Department at 270-384-3738 or the Adair County Judge's Office at 270-384-4703 until further notice. - Gale Cowan, Finance Officer, Adair County Judge Executive's Office.



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