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After allowing for public comment from any resident, the Reno City Council will receive updates from the police, fire and public works departments at its 6 p.m. Monday meeting at Reno City Hall.
After nearly 14 years of service to Lamar County, Commissioner Lawrence Malone of Precinct 1 will be leaving office at the end of the year and moving on to a new chapter in his life.
“It has been stressful, to say the least,” Red River County Judge L.D. Williamson said about Covid-19 and CARES funds. “Nothing's ever easy, but this is about that worst mess I've ever seen, trying to get everything accomplished.”
The commissioners will discuss accepting $45,000 in new funds for the sale of trailers in precinct two and accepting $117,267.10 for a reimbursement from the state.
Lamar County now has more than $145,600 to add to the general fund, $10,816.75 extra for road and bridge repairs in Precincts 2 and 3, and $50,133.92 available for coronavirus-related election expenditures.
The City of Clarksville is now offering police officers and firefighters $500 extra per month in hazard pay for their continued work through the Covid-19 pandemic.
For more than three years, Al has been serving up barbecue specialities to his loyal customers who know him as the grill master of T&J’s BBQ, but a heart attack landed him on the operating table.