McCracken County Fiscal Court

Culture
8:19 am
Tue January 22, 2013

McCracken County Considering Leash Law

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McCracken County may soon get a new leash law.  The county Fiscal Court is considering expanding a nuisance law to deal with wayward dogs.

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Politics
8:09 am
Tue January 15, 2013

McCracken County Fiscal Court Hears Budget Request From Clerk's Office

The majority of the McCracken County Clerk’s office attended the county’s Fiscal Court Meeting yesterday to present more than $20 million in budget requests.

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Government
7:35 am
Fri October 26, 2012

McCracken County Animal Control Director Fired

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Jeff Brown has been fired from his position as McCracken County Animal Control Director. The Paducah Sun reports Judge-Executive Van Newberry says Brown did not resign voluntarily, but he refused to comment on the firing. Sheriff’s department Chief Deputy Mike Turnbow is the interim director while the Fiscal Court searches for a new director. 

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Government
4:54 pm
Thu October 4, 2012

State Audit Finds Violation in McCracken County Clerk's Office

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Kentucky State Auditor Adam Edelen says the McCracken County Clerk’s Office violated state statute in 2011. According to the annual audit report, the McCracken County Fiscal Court failed to set a maximum county clerk salary order, which the clerk uses to hire deputies and assistants and provide fringe benefits.

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Government
6:37 am
Wed October 3, 2012

Paducah City Commission Passes Olivet Church Road Widening

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The McCracken County Fiscal Court and Paducah’s City Commission met jointly Tuesday to discuss land transactions as well as improvements to Olivet Church Road.  The Court and Commission held an executive session to talk about the sale or acquisition of certain real estate.  In open session, they passed a joint resolution to widen Olivet Church and improve its curbs and gutters.  City Commissioner Gayle Kaler said the project would increase access to one of the city’s major hubs.

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