Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 2:00 am (Updated: April 5, 8:08 am)
Shelby County Magistrates voted Tuesday to do something they had discussed for years: to eliminate as of 2015 the pay of the county’s seven constables.
Acting during their meeting at Stratton Center on a motion made by District 2 Magistrate Michael Riggs, chair of the court’s Sheriff/Coroner Committee, magistrates voted, 6-2, to approve the measure.
The court was considering salaries to be set for a 4-year period starting in 2015, and the decision about constables was something that had been discussed for several years.
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