N.J.-S.P. School Board Votes to Keep Meal Prices, Textbook Fees the Same Next School Year

Back: Jerry Bacon, Jim Menis, VP Derrick Stabaum Front: Dr. Annette Zupin, President Sheila Akers and Sandy Kersting Rudd

North Judson-San Pierre’s student meal prices and textbook fees will stay the same for another year. The cost of lunch at the junior/senior high school will remain at $2.50, while elementary school students will pay $2.30. The student breakfast price is $1.50.

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Hamlet Residents Call for Better Housing, More Local Jobs during Comprehensive Plan Input Session

A lack of quality housing options and major employment opportunities are a couple of challenges residents think are facing the Town of Hamlet. More than 20 residents discussed what they like about the town and what they think is missing, during an input session Tuesday, as part of Hamlet’s comprehensive planning process.

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Pulaski County Council Wants More Information Before Moving Ahead with Funding for Radio Tower

The Pulaski County Council has decided to hold off on funding arrangements for a radio tower, amid concerns that it was purchased without the proper permission and that it may not actually be needed. When the Emergency Management Agency’s move to the West Annex was being planned last year, former maintenance director Jeff Johnston said moving the necessary radio equipment would cost about $10,000.

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Pulaski County Commissioners Approve Contract Renewal for Recorder’s Office Redaction Services

Pulaski County Commissioners: Mike McClure, Jerry Locke, Kenny Becker

The Pulaski County Recorder’s Office will continue to get outside help with redacting confidential information, following the approval of a contract renewal by the county commissioners last week. They agreed to renew the Recorder’s Office’s contract with CSI for another four years.

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