LaRue County Fiscal Court, meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville July 10, declared several items as surplus in preparation for public auction.
“LaRue County Schools are having their surplus auction July 21 at the bus garage and they invited us to join them with our surplus items,” said Tommy Turner, judge-executive.
Among those items are several vehicles, engines, and two central air conditioners.
The magistrates heard second reading of a Planning and Zoning ordinance amendment that clarified the ordinance’s language.
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