Benton County Judge To Set Time For Ambulance Vote

Posted: December 11, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Benton County’ justices of the peace were split Tuesday on when to hold a election on a rural ambulance fee, leaving County Judge Bob Clinard to make the call.

At A Glance

County Action

Benton County’s Committee of the Whole on Tuesday approved:

Spending $18,220 to repair lightning damage to gates and lighting at the county jail.

Transferring $800,000 from the general fund to the road fund.

Transferring $10,000 in the Road Department budget for right of way easement on Windmill Road.

Adopting the revised planning and development regulations, a revised fee schedule for planning review and exempting agricultural land from planning review and fees.

Source: Staff Report

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