Magisterial district boundaries could see a change

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Residents also complain about neighbors' yards and garbage

By Calen McKinney

Taylor County residents could see a change in which magistrate represents them next month.

Those in charge of reapportioning magisterial districts based on 2010 Census data say there will likely be some changes in the boundaries.

Magistrates discussed the reapportionment during last Tuesday's regular meeting of the Taylor Fiscal Court.

At the meeting, Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers told magistrates that the Lake Cumberland Area Development District can help the local committee with the work at a cost of $800.

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