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Adair Co. Fiscal Court meeting, Wed 25 May 2016


  • Junior Brown approved, 4-3 for a seat on the Columbia/Adair County Utilities District
  • Court votes to pay for Mack Tri-axle Truck outright; will finance two axle dump truck when it arrives.
  • Court approves bank account for Alcoholic Beverage Commission
  • Court will advertise for bids for road materials

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By Ed Waggener

The Adair County Fiscal Court held a brief Special Called meeting this morning, and approved a payment for a new Mack Truck, a budget transfer to pay a bill to the Forest Fire Protection Fund, to open a bank account for the Alcoholic Beverage Commission, to advertise for bid for rock and blacktop, chip and seal, and seal oil and concrete for the road department, and to consider CJE Mike Stephens' choice for a vacancy on the Columbia/Adair Utilities Commission.

Judge Stephens nominated Jr., a resident Adair County's Fifth Magisterial District. Sixth District Magistrate Greg Caldwell moved for approval of Mr. Brown, and Magistrate Terry Hadley (7) seconded the motion. On a show of hands vote, Caldwell and Hadley were joined by Harold Burton (1), and CJE Mike Stephens. Voting no were Billy Dean Coffey (5), Daryl Flatt (2), and Sammy Coffey (3). Magistrate Perry Reeder (4) was absent. Mr. Brown was approved 4-3.

Court Minutes approved

The Fiscal Court Minutes, with one misprint corrected, were approved for the May 10, 2016 regular meeting and the May 19, 2016, special called meeting.

County will pay for $134,582 for new Mack Truck; will finance smaller truck

The Court voted 7-0 to pay for $134,582.00, directly out of county funds for a 2017 Mack Truck, paid on delivery. The Magistrates and Judge Stephens agreed to finance a smaller truck using KACO, when that truck is delivered.

Present at the meeting

Present at the meeting also, were Recording Clerk Gale Cowan, County Treasurer Melinda Quinn, Sheriff Harrison Moss, a member of the Columbia Police Force, Larry Russell Bryant, CAUD General Manager Lenny Stone, CAUD Attorney Marshall Loy, and CAUD Board Member Mike Newton, Adair County Alcoholic Beverage Investigator Shannon Sexton, and media representatives.



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