LaRue County Fiscal Court concurred with Planning and Zoning’s approval of six tracts of land during its regular meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville Aug. 23.
The properties included two acres belonging to Terry Thomas on Walter Reed Road from A-1 to R-1A; 3.58 acres, Stephanie Heather Carter, 2883 Campbellsville Road, A-1 to B-3; 1.0 acres, Marvin Goldsmith, 1416 Cruse Road, A-1 to R-1A; 7.2 acres, James Gwilliam, 200 Hibernia Ridge Road, A-1 to R-1A; 2.0 acres, Eric Scott, 1557 Knob Schoolhouse Road, R-1A to R-1B; .7 acre, Anita Knott, 609 Pepper Road, A-1 to R-1A.
Emergency Medical Services director Pat Helm told magistrates that Matt and Heather Vertrees have successfully completed the course final in the paramedic program and are scheduled to take the National Registry exam in December.
The court approved Olivia Helm as a part-time EMT effective Aug. 19.
Pat Helm reported 90 ambulance transports last month.
Clyde Veirs, county road supervisor, said crews have removed brush and sloped a bank on Goodin-Williams Road; blacktopped dugout spots in Joe Brown and Cruse roads; applied dense grade to shoulders on Lafollette, River, and Dan Dunn roads. Mowers are in Levelwoods completing their third round of mowing county roads. Crews have mow-trimmed Levelwoods, J.E. Jones, Shipp, Chaudoin, Goodin-Williams, Viers and Fork roads.
The court approved InterAct as the low bidder ($88,696) on 911 equipment.
Magistrates declared as surplus vehicles a 1999 Tahoe, 1998 Crown Victoria and an aluminum pickup topper.