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Adair Fiscal Court report 10 Jan 2017: Treasurer's report

See: Adair Fiscal Court Report, Tue 10 Jan 2017 Session for additional court items and photo(s) as added

By Ed Waggener

Adair County Treasurer Melinda Quinn reported a reconciled balance for all Adair County Fiscal Court at the end of December 2016, of $1,506.793.79. On a motion by Greg Caldwell (District 6), and a second by Terry Hadley (7), the court voted unanimously to receive the report.

The court approved a budget amendment, related to additional receipts not previously budgeted, as well.

The court pre-approved budget transfers which may be needed between now and next Fiscal Court Meeting.

This story was posted on 2017-01-11 11:07:40
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