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Clay County Nebraska

Clay County Nebraska

Clay County

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COVID-19 State Directed Health Measure

The Clay County Supervisors and Elected Officials, after
careful consideration of recommendations, have made the decision
that the Clay County Courthouse will be closed to the public,
effective immediately, until further notice.   We

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Warren County supervisors OK issuance of $20.4 million in bonds for Law Center

Warren County supervisors OK issuance of $20.4 million in bonds for Law Center


Sculpture, cornerstones and gazebo saved from Warren County Courthouse demolition

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The money for building the Warren County Law Center was put in place with a unanimous vote of the Warren County Board of Supervisors authorizing bonding for $20.4 million during a Tuesday special meeting.

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Workers began demolition of the main Warren County Courthouse structure on May 29. The building was removed to make way for a new structure. (Photo: MICHAEL ROLANDS/RECORD-HERALD)

The vote clears the way for the county to have the money in hand by April 30. The cash will pay for the construction of an 80,000 square-foot facility housing four courtrooms and a jail with up to 88 beds in the center of the Indianola Square. The project will also include roughed out spaces for future expansion. Once the construction begins this spring, the work is expected to be completed in 18

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Jack Whitfield Judge Executive 2019

The friendly, hard-working residents of Hopkins County welcome you to our western Kentucky home. Come see us and discover:

– Thriving businesses, industries, and a strong entrepreneurial support network

– Excellent access to health care

– Quality education systems, from award-winning elementary schools to advanced postsecondary degrees and skills training

– An eclectic arts community, including a state-of-the-art performing arts center

– Unique shopping, festivals, events, and outdoor recreation

All this plus affordable housing and easy access to cities such as Nashville, Tennessee and Evansville, Indiana make Hopkins County a great place for young professionals, retirees, and families to live, work, and play.

Hopkins County Fiscal Court maintains an open door policy for residents to discuss any questions or issues. Be sure to check this site often for the latest news and updates from Fiscal Court, and follow us on Facebook. 

   Jack Whitfield, Jr. | (270) 821-8294

Onondaga County, New York

Onondaga County, New York


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Howard County, Maryland > Home

Howard County, Maryland > Home

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Baltimore County Government

Baltimore County Government

Virtual Town Hall Details Announced, Residential Drop-Off Centers to Close Among Latest Updates

Baltimore County today announced the latest updates to County operations to protect employees and residents and minimize the spread of COVID-19:

  • Virtual Town Hall Meetings announced
  • Baltimore County Department of Public Works residential drop-off centers to close
  • Yard waste collection suspended
  • Code Enforcement Work Group meetings rescheduled
  • County accepting donations of critical supplies

Olszewski Announces Virtual Town Hall Meetings

County Executive Johnny Olszewski will host two Virtual Town Hall Meetings to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and the Fiscal Year 2021 budget.

Baltimore County COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall: Thursday, April 2, at 6 p.m.

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County Executive Olszewski, Dr. Gregory Wm. Branch, Director of the Baltimore County Department of Health and Human Services and Health Officer, Police Chief Melissa Hyatt and Fire Chief Joanne Rund, and other County officials will provide updates on the County’s COVID-19 response and answer

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Lake County, Florida Government Home

Lake County, Florida Government Home

Lake County to open Citizen Information Line for residents
March 29, 2020

Important Message to the residents of Lake County – 3/26
March 26, 2020

Important Message to the Residents of Lake County – 3/25
March 25, 2020

COVID-19 message from Lake County Commission Chairman Leslie Campione
March 23, 2020

Lake County Board of County Commissioners’ meeting to be hosted via teleconference
March 23, 2020

Lake County transit service to temporarily suspend non-essential paratransit trips

March 22, 2020

Lake County provides veterans virtual services to prevent spread of COVID-19
March 20, 2020

Lake County temporarily closes some government buildings to public access
March 19, 2020

Resources available to local businesses to mitigate the impact from COVID-19
March 19, 2020

Lake County has declared a local state of emergency
March 17, 2020

Lake County Libraries closing to help prevent spread of COVID-19
March 16, 2020

Lake County to activate Emergency Operations

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Mercer County Welcome to Mercer County

Mercer County Welcome to Mercer County

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Mercer County is ideally located in the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky near the center of the state, 32 miles from Lexington and, I-75 via Bluegrass Parkway, 75 miles from Louisville via US 127 and I-64 and 110 miles from Cincinnati via I-75 North. We are within a two hour drive of 2.5 million people

Mercer County, formed in 1786, is rich in history. Harrodsburg is the seat of Mercer County and is located at the junction of US 127 & US 68. It was founded by James Harrod in 1774 as Harrods Town (or Harrodstown). There are more than 50 historical sites located and enjoyed by visitors and locals in Harrodsburg and Mercer County. Mercer County is very beautiful and an attractive place to live and work.

Mercer County is a community planning for its future.  We have established a vision and plan for the future

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Houston County Government

Houston County Government


James K. Bridges

Houston County Courthouse
4725 E. Main Street – street address
P.O. Box 366 – mailing address
Erin, TN   37061

Phone: 931.289.3633
Fax: 931.289.2799

Robert Brown
County Clerk
Houston County Courthouse
P.O. Box 388
Erin, TN 37061
Phone: 931.289.3141

The services of the County Clerk include marriage licenses, notary public, automobile and motorcycle registration – title, tags, and sales tax; drivers licenses – original, renewal, or duplicates; ID cards, boat registration, and beer permits.

Jimmy Lowery
Houston County Courthouse
Erin, TN 37061
Phone: 931.289.4240

The County Trustee collects and deposits county revenues, including property taxes, sales tax, alcoholic beverage tax, utility taxes, petroleum product taxes, tobacco products taxes, wheel taxes, education funds, highway funds, hotel/motel tax and other monies. The Trustee is responsible for investment of idle funds in interest bearing accounts.

Sherrill Moore
Register of Deeds
Houston County Courthouse
P.O. Box 412
Erin, TN 37061
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