LaRue County Fiscal Court, meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville Aug. 28, voted to pay $7,000 for its half ownership, in partnership with the City of Hogenville, of a bucket truck.
“I think it’s something we’ll be able to use quite a bit,” Tommy Turner, judge-executive, told magistrates. “The city will likely use it to hang banners and replace street lights and we’ll use it for tree trimming and other things.”
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