In a special-called meeting Thursday, Clark County elected officials gave unanimous approval to proceed with paying an invoice totaling $73,477 for a five-week plumbing job at the county jail.
Sheriff: Jailer turnover biggest drain on county
Sheriff Jason Watson on Monday said the constant ebb and flow of jailers is “the biggest drain” on the county’s coffers.
Sheriff to talk jail at QC meeting
The Clark County Quorum Court will hold its next regular session Monday, March 13, at 5:30 p.m. in the Court Complex Building, 419 Clay St.
Pay raise ordinance gets nod, heads to second reading
After Monday’s 1.5-hour meeting, Clark County justices of the peace might argue they need a raise.
Creation of jail, lake committees fails
A plea wasn’t enough to persuade all of her quorum court colleagues that more committees are needed in county government.
Livestream ordinance advances in quorum court
Proposed by newly elected Justice Michael Ankton (D-District 2), discussion about the ordinance lasted about 20 minutes as Ankton fielded questions from fellow justices.
Short: 2022 a ‘banner year’ for jobs
Touting success highlighted by Hostess Brands’ commitment to create 150 local jobs, Clark County’s top job official voiced optimism for what’s in store for the future.