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Jeff Co Comm Table Sheriff’s Annex Adjustment
07/10/2012
 

(KAIR) -- Jefferson County Commissioners made no decision in their regular Monday meeting on options on adjusting the Sheriff’s annex tower.

Commissioners were given two options by Mark Richards, Auxiliary Services Director.

The options from TFM Comm Inc were to correct grounding issues with the tower for 13-thosuand-779 dollars or move the tower and fix the grounding issues for 65-thousand-621 dollars.

Commissioners also unanimously approved a permit for the application of red lights and sirens on the personal vehicle of Jefferson County Fire District four firefighter, Tracy Dover.
 

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