Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 5:05 am (Updated: February 27, 5:31 am)
The building committee of the Spencer County Fiscal Court has also been stalled because of the absence of a local building inspector.
The committee met last Friday to review bids for the renovations required at the former extension office, which is in the process of becoming the county’s new EMS headquarters.
Magistrate David Goodlett, who sits on the committee, had specifically asked for the building inspector to be present at the committee meeting on Friday, but because inspector Steve Clark was terminated on Wednesday, there was no local inspector.
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