September11, 2013 Edition

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Audits focus on equipment

Megan Heyl
Staff Writer

During the Monday Quorum Court meeting, Judge Dale Freeman said that Homeland Security will be doing audits on equipment purchased with grant money received by Lawrence County.

"Homeland Security has been funding grants for us since 2003," Freeman said. The court stressed that these are routine audits that Homeland Security has a right to perform.

"This is just an audit on the equipment," Freeman said.

Also at the meeting:

  • an ordinance was passed to appropriate funds from the E-911 fund, circuit clerk's court recorder fund and the general fund for employee merit pay and elected officials years of service incentive pay.

  • Freeman announced that one of Lawrence County's graders recently caught fire. No one was injured and the grader is fully insured; however, the county will most likely still have to pay off the rest owed on the grader under the three-year purchase contract. The last payment for the grader will be in November.

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