HAZARD — The Perry County Fiscal Court held its regular monthly meeting on May 24. These are the items that were on the agenda.
The court reviewed the minutes of the last meeting, the Treasurer’s Report and the payment of county government bills. The Senior Citizens Report was on the agenda. Perry County Sheriff Les Burgett and deputy, Tony Eversole, were on the schedule to speak about excess fees.
The Perry County Conservation District presented the annual budget for fiscal year 2017. John Epperson of Hazard Perry County Tourism was on the agenda to discuss Tourism leasing the house inside the Perry County Park. The Fiscal Court also voted on whether or not to approve the appointment of Board of Assessment appeals.
Two items relating to assurances of real property acquisition were on the agenda, one for Clear Fork and another for Briar Fork and Hurricane Branch. The recognition for electrical inspector services was also reviewed by the court, as was the declaration of emergency for Dalton Kyle Ave. on the Right Fork of Montgomery Creek Rd.
Benny Hamilton presented Grant Proposal Stats. The court voted on approving the hiring of part time seasonal staff for the summer. Finally, Don Howard was scheduled to give 911 Stats for April.
Sam Neace can be reached at 606-629-3243 or on Twitter @HazardHerald.