Agreement now has termination clause, set to expire in 2015
By Calen McKinney
Sunday, September 18, 2011 at 7:31 pm (Updated: September 18, 7:53 pm)
State officials have found a minor hiccup in the wording of the new interlocal agreement between the city and county. But after a vote last week, the issue has been resolved.
At last Tuesday’s regular Fiscal Court meeting, County Attorney John Bertram told magistrates that the Department of Local Government found a common mistake in that a termination clause was left out of the agreement.
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