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Wichita County Commissioners Set For Meeting


Monday morning Wichita County Commissioners will meet in a regularly scheduled meeting at the Wichita County Courthouse. Here are some of the highlights of their agenda:

- Motion to approve $1,500 for a safe at the Tax Assessor/Collectors office.
- Motion to approve $3,493.50 for more phone and computer lines a the new juvenile facility.
- Motion to approve $599.99 for a pole saw for Precinct #4.
- Motions to approve $23,931.41 for six new Dell Computers for various offices.

Commissioners are also expected to receive the Wichita County Sheriff's Office 2010 report on racial profiling. This is a state mandated report that must be presented each year.

Newschannel 6 will be checking the racial profiling report on Monday to see if there are any discrepancies in it. Check in on First at Five for the latest.

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