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Shelby County Fiscal Court approved Tuesday the first reading an ordinance that would allow the county to update its ordinances.
Not really, Shelby County Judge-executive Rob Rothenburger said.
“We just have to do this each year to make sure that our code of ordinance book is up to date,” he said.
Magistrates also approved an updated agreement between the county and a local electrician to get a larger fee for servicing the county’s outdoor emergency sirens.
“Bruce [Stansbury] has worked for us for many years, repairing and doing maintenance on our sirens, and we just felt that he deserves more than ten dollars an hour to do this work for us,” Shelby County Emergency Management Agency Director Paul Whitman said. “After all, he is a trained professional.”
The court agreed to increase Stansbury’s fee to $50 per hour.
Also at the meeting, magistrates:
§ Declared as surplus property a 1998 Crowne Victoria used by the parks department.
§ Hired Darrell Campbell to the position of part-time paramedic at $13 per hour.
§ Re-appointed Pat Hargadon to the U.S. 60 Water District Commission.