LaRue County Judge-executive Tommy Turner told magistrates meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville April 9 that the following day he was scheduled to sign an agreement with Hardin County to house LaRue’s stray animals.
According to the contract, Hardin County will receive up to 20 animals per calendar month with LaRue County paying an annual fee of $21,000 for the services. LaRue County also agrees to pay $15 for each animal transported in excess of the 20-animal allowance. The contract stipulates Hardin County will accept only felines and canines.
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