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Fiscal Court

Fiscal Court near residential building inspection agreement with the state

kristituckerBENTON - Kristi Tucker with Marshall County Public Library, gave a year in review report to the Fiscal Court in their regular meeting Tuesday, stating that the tax rate has been set at 9.5 down from 9.6.
Marshall County's Libraries have consistently ranked in the top five Kentucky Public Libraries for book circulation with a total circulation the past fiscal year of 914,633.

Concerns over the condition of Jonathan Creek Water District brought to light amid board re-appointments

mikeedwardsBENTON - Concerns over a reported 60% water loss by the Jonathan Creek Water District were brought to light at Tuesday's Fiscal Court meeting when the re-appointments of board members Leon Lovett and Mark Holt came before the court.
The court recently addressed concerns brought to the court's attention about the condition of the district, in a meeting with the Jonathan board members and it was at that time that a request was made by the court to enlist Bobby Gifford, North Marshall Water Superintendent, to access the situation and reports his findings to the court.

Fiscal Court addresses requirements for roads to be taken into county road system, tax dispute resolved

fiscalcourt8-5-14BENTON -  Assistant County Attorney Lisa Carter reported to the court that a tax issue dispute and law suit filed over two un-paid property tax bills dating back to 2006 and 2007 has been resolved. Marshall County School District purchased the property at the time of the delinquency sale and felt the taxes owed would be exonerated because they do not have to pay taxes.

Fiscal Court moves forward on Industrial Park, modifies nuisance ordinance notification procedure

courtBENTON - During the second July monthly meeting of the Marshall County Fiscal Court, members moved forward on several issues including nuisance ordinance modifications, bank bids and industrial park data collection.

Sign approved to honor Marshall County native and Krispy Kreme founder, bid openings at Fiscal Court meeting

andylepistoBENTON - Bobby Gifford appeared before the court with a draw request to the Delta Regional Authority for work performed at Sanitation District #1 in the amount of $12,164.58 and another invoice to Paul Cloud Engineering for $6,825 for a grand total of $18,989.58. This is the second draw request and was approved by the court.


Nuisance property updates, tourism budget among Fiscal Court agenda items

randynewcomb1BENTON - Marshall County Fiscal Court met in regular session Wednesday, June 18, hearing from several guests including Robert York with the Ponderosa Subdivision landowners association. An un-named portion of road owned by the landowners association that is not maintained by the county, the association would like to close off that section which is a picnic/park area. The court agreed that they have no interest or claim to that section of road.

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