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Fiscal Court

Recycling, water and conservation - just a few of the issues brought forward at Fiscal Court

recyclepresentationBENTON - Marshall County Fiscal Court met in regular session on Tuesday, March 17th with a full agenda.
Randy Newcomb, Executive Director of the Kentucky Lake Convention & Visitor's Bureau, addressed the court concerning the Tourism Board terms that are expiring of board members Kathy Fennel, President of FLW Outdoors and Mark Wood, owner of Moors Resort and Marina. The court approved to renew the three-year terms these board members.

Conservation District expresses concerns over watersheds classified as 'high hazard priority'

kyleodellBENTON - Kyle O'Dell and Vicki Boatright with the Marshall County Conservation District spoke to the Fiscal Court to familiarize the new court members with their work at the District.
O'Dell covered the many events the Conservation District holds throughout the county each year and their community support events.

Marshall declared Purple Heart County and Work-Ready In-Progress County at March 3rd Fiscal Court meeting

court3-3-15BENTON - Marshall County Fiscal Court met in regular session on Tuesday, March 3rd, beginning the meeting with a special recognition for Marshall County Emergency Management Director Frank Murphy. Judge Executive Chyrill Miller presented Murphy with a certificate of recognition for his work going above and beyond the call of duty during recent storm emergencies and on February 21st, rescued a family from their vehicle that had overturned in a creek off of Dog Town Road.

North Marshall Water District improvements - financial status, presented to Fiscal Court

jerrymillerBENTON - Since Bobby Gifford took over as Superintendent, along with five new commissioners at the North Marshall Water District in 2011, they are leaps and bounds away from the problems of the past.
Jerry Miller, Board Chairman, came before the Marshall County Fiscal Court on Tuesday, expressing that he felt with the new court in place, it was a good time to introduce the board members and to talk about, "where they've been, where they are and where they are going."
Along with Miller, the four other board members are Kendra Capps, Billy Driskill, Jamie Leonard and Larry Draffen.


Marshall County receives Work-Ready Community In Progress certification, a boost to economic development

workreadyBENTON - As of Tuesday, March 2nd, Marshall County has been distinguished as a Work-Ready Community In Progress  according to Josh Tubbs, Director of Marshall County Economic Development, with one fnal step left when they re-apply in September to officially become a Work-Ready Certified Community. Marshall County applied for the Work-Ready In Progress application in December.

Fiscal Court approves nine curfew variances for KLMS, supports Road Fund Stabilization Resolution

klmsBENTON - Fiscal Court got down to business on a snowy Tuesday, February 17th, hearing from several guests including Howard Dawes, Jr. who presented the court with a Resolution titled Marshall County Judge Executive Mike Miller Memorial Anti Right-to-Work Resolution.
For the complete story on Marshall County passing the Anti Right-to-Work Resolution CLICK HERE.

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