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County okays new security

The Clarendon Enterprise of Clarendon, Texas

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Security will soon be upgraded and modernized at the Donley County Courthouse following Monday's meeting of the Commissioners' Court.

County Judge John Howard said the court discussed the 12-year-old security system, which the judge said "is beyond its service life."

Commissioners approved Panhandle Cyber Medics' proposal for installing a new system at a cost of $21,390. Funds for this project will come from the Courthouse Security fund, and Howard said the new system should be in place soon.

In other county business, the court approved resolutions in support of positions held by the County Judges & Commissioners Association. One resolution opposes unfunded mandates from the state to the counties, and another opposes efforts to place appraisal and revenue caps on local governments.

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Original Publication Date: February 12, 2015

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