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Bonnie Hobbs

Most of the corded telephones in the Delta County Courthouse have had issues following a recent the lightning storm.
Cindy Roller / Cooper Review

The Delta County Commissioners Court heard from InTouch by CumbyTel on the options necessary to fix the phone system which was permanently damaged lightning in a recent storm. It was suggested to do a replacement with $8,000 to cover new phones (with digital labels) and new wiring and motherboard.

Randy Turner was just one of the 39 volunteers helping to clean the streets of Cooper. He was gathering debris on Southeast First Street with the Cooper Clean-Up Crew.
Carmen Chessher / Cooper Clean-Up Crew

The Cooper Clean-Up Crew started with their first project on Saturday, February 25 with the help of 39 volunteers. Everyone convened on the Square in Cooper to fire up the power washers, cleaning curbs and sidewalks, raking leaves and pulling up weeds.

According to Cooper Clean-Up Crew organizer Carmen Chessher crews of volunteers worked from the Square extending out to clean up debris.

Cindy Roller / Cooper Review

Community Health Service Agency, Inc. presented information for the Commissioners and Court for a service agreement between the agency and Delta County and its employees. Several questions were answered during the discussion. The item was tabled allowing for a meeting with employees.

Cindy Roller / Cooper Review

For the fourth year in a row Delta County has successfully dropped taxes. The maintenance and operation rate is 0.600938 and road and bridge is 0.163361 for a total of 0.764299. Last year’s total rate was 0.784299.

COOPER - The possible merger of their tax appraisal office and new security cameras continue to be issues in Delta County.

Photo by Cindy Roller

COOPER - Despite not being an issue on the Commissioners Court agenda, security cameras continue to be a hot button topic for those in the Delta County Courthouse.