Jackson County commissioners on Tuesday started the process of issuing bonds to be used for capital expenditures including the purchase of police cars and other vehicles and computer hardware.
The three-year bonds of up to $1.988 million were among several issues addressed during their meeting Tuesday night at the courthouse
annex at 220 E. Walnut St.
Financial consultant Brandon Robbins with Reedy and Associates and county council President Charlie Murphy said the county has issued similar bonds two times before this year to use for capital expenditures.
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