Trigg County Fiscal Court

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The Trigg County Fiscal Court is tabling an ordinance to regulate poultry farms after mixed public reaction.  

The fiscal court made the decision to postpone the second reading of an ordinance during Monday’s regular meeting.  

Judge Executive Hollis Alexander said the ordinance began with residents complaining about the smell and noise coming from nearby farms where free-range chicken coups are in use.

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The Cadiz-Trigg County Economic Development Center is set to merge with the Southwestern Kentucky EDC. Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander said the merger is the result of ongoing efforts to reach more people in the Trigg EDC’s work.

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The Trigg County Fiscal Court is in talks to amend its alcohol ordinance. Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander said the amendments come as the state changed regulations on July 25th. Alexander said the changes are mostly administrative but do include allowing Election Day sales and synchronizing city and county license renewal dates.

“In the past, sometimes you had a county that had a renewal date and then the city had a different renewal date and they’re getting those all on-line by county and in-line with each other," said Alexander.