Panel Approves Sheriff’s Vehicles

Posted: January 9, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Benton County Sheriff’s Office deputies will hit the road this spring in Chevrolet Tahoes as the department begins changing its patrol vehicle.

At A Glance

Committee Action

Benton County’s Committee of 13 on Tuesday recommended approving:

• Authorizing the county judge to apply for the county’s Adult Drug Court grant

• Appropriating $9,000 in grant money for the Emergency Services Department

• Changing the Committee of 13’s name to the Committee of the Whole.

Source: Staff Report

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