Published On: Wed, May 17th, 2017

County Supervisors purchase speed display sign

CENTER — Knox County Board members placed their approval on the purchase of equipment that could help make traveling on county roads safer. Board members also took action on applications for building permits, administrative plats and a conditional use permit during the May 11 Supervisor meeting.
Sheriff Don Henery talked to board members about purchasing a speed display sign that would be used along roads in Knox County.
The cost would be right at $5,800.
“I want to go ahead and do this right away,” Henery said. “I want to put it in place before the Kolache Days and other events that will be held this summer.”
Supervisor Virgil Miller and other board members agreed with the purchase.
“It does make you slow down,” Miller said. “I think it would be a good idea.”

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