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Butler County Fiscal Court: Woodbury RV Park and Boys & Girls Club Donation

Butler County Boys & Girls Club Director Amanda White and Judge Tim Flener

The Butler County Fiscal Court met in regular session on Monday, September 27, at the Butler County Courthouse. All magistrates were present: Stevie Givens, Kevin Phelps, Timmy Givens, David Whittinghill, and Dillon Bryant.

Amanda White with the Butler County Boys and Girls Club shared with the Court several of the activities going on at the Club.

"We only closed for two weeks during the pandemic, "said White.

The Club has been painted inside; a reading room has been added as well as pool tables. In addition, they are using the Moby Max computer program to enhance their study skills.

The Court approved a $10,125 donation to the Club.

The Court approved Judge Flener's recommendation of Kyle Moore to join the Butler County Ambulance Board. O'Neil Basham stepped down after serving his term on the board. The current board consists of Pat Daugherty, Chad Johnson, Dwayne McKinney, and Debbie Rose Worley.

 The Court approved a road surplus property list and a clerk's surplus property list. Sealed bids will be opened on October 22 at 1:00 pm at the Judge's office. CLICK HERE FOR THE COMPLETE LIST:

 The Butler County Fiscal Court approved the first reading of an ordinance: Kentucky Residential Code as adopted by the Board of Housing, Building, and Construction of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and approved Pat Rhoades as Building Inspector for Butler County.

Judge Flener announced that he received the contract for $106,612.88 on the Woodbury RV Park. The federally funded project will construct a pavilion, restroom facility, ten primitive camping locations, 14 RV hook-ups, and solar-powered lights in Woodbury Park.

 The 4-H Shooting Club will be challenging the County officials and employees to a Trap Shooting competition on October 22 at 5:30 pm.

 The Court approved the following:

  • Budget Amendment
  • Bills and transfers
  • Abatement payments BCHS Football $599, FFA $551.30, and Gilstrap Community Center $614
  • Pumper Engine #5 to Fourth District Volunteer Fire Department
  • Litter Abatement Grant
  • Judge authority to sign a lease agreement with Senior Center
  • Treasurer's report 5th District Fire Department
  • Purchase of boom truck from state surplus to not exceed $20,000 plus buyers premium.

There will be a called meeting to the Court on Tuesday, October 5 at 9:00 am at the Butler County Courthouse.




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