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County wants new park-rec pact

June 18, 2013

    County Attorney Mark Burry advised the county commissioners at their weekly meeting on Monday to re-examine their agreement with the parks and recreation department.
    Burry noted that the department seems to be in flux with the potential replacement of Superintendent Steve Krull, who is retiring at the end of the year. From May 2009-January 2013, the county paid the city of Decatur one third of the superintendent's salary.
    Burry recommended that the commissioners send a letter of notice to terminate the current agreement until the department is settled, and then draw up a new agreement.
    The commissioners agreed.
    Further details on the meeting today's print and e-editions.

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