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County approves $25,610 for election scanners; $1,200 for E-911 upgrades

Butler County Fiscal Court met at the Butler County Courthouse on Monday, September 12th. All magistrates were in attendance: Stevie Givens, Kevin Phelps, Timmy Givens, David Whittinghill, and Dillon Bryant.

With a short agenda, magistrates quickly took care of business. First, they approved a $1,200 request from E-911 for equipment upgrades.

Butler County Clerk Sherry Johnson requested $25,610 for four more election scanners so that each rural voting precinct will have two scanners.

"We want to ensure our elections run as smoothly as possible," said Johnson.

The court approved Johnson's request. She also shared the "Ways to Vote" calendar.

The court approved $10,000 for the FY23 KBEMS Block Grant for the Butler County Ambulance Service.

 The court approved litter abatement payments for the Butler County High School Fishing Team -$550, Woodbury Lodge -$594.20, and the Butler County Shrine Club- $482.70.

 The court gave Judge/Executive Tim Flener authorization to sign agreements with Kentucky Deferred Compensation and the Solid Waste Resolution.

 The court approved the following:

  • Bills and transfers
  • Transfer of $35,000 from General Fund to Jail Fund
  • Treasurer's monthly settlement





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