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Shelby County Fiscal Court voted Tuesday to spend $22,100 to hire Horizon Opportunities, LLD to turn a 10,000-cubic-foot-pile of brush from the ice storm into 1-inch chips.
Magistrates had approved the measure previously at the request of County Road Superintendent Carl Henry, who told them that having the job contracted was much less expensive than the county buying its own chipper to get rid of the pile of debris at the county road facility on Kentucky Street.
Besides that, the operator needs special training to operate it, he said.
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