Fiscal Court calls checkmate

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Magistrates say they will take over operation of Rescue or E-911.

By Calen McKinney

It's the City Council's move.

Magistrates have offered to take over operation of either Campbellsville/Taylor County Rescue or Campbellsville/Taylor County E-911.

For more than a month now, Campbellsville City Council and Taylor Fiscal Court have made repeated motions regarding rescue and E-911 funding.

At Tuesday's regular Fiscal Court meeting, magistrates made the latest move by saying they believe the best solution is for each entity to be responsible for one of the services and for the two to stop sharing money.

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