The Lawrence County Quorum Court approved the 2020 millage for real and personal property at its meeting on Nov. 9.

The rate, which will remain unchanged, will be assessed for 2020 and payable in 2021.

Justices also discussed a meeting slated later that week regarding a regional E911. It was reported that the sheriff, chief deputy, county judge and representatives of the county E911 would be attending.

After discussion, the court requested a resolution stating Lawrence County is against 911 going to a regional system.

In other business, it was announced that there would be a budget committee meeting on Nov. 17, followed by a special quorum court meeting on Nov. 19 to vote on the 2020 budget.

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