The Harrison County Fiscal Court voted Tuesday to help the Senior Citizens’ Center in its quest to buy a new van.
Center director Teresa Gray and Harrison County Commission on Aging representative Tom Kearns came to the court’s special meeting in Berry asking for $5,000 toward the cost.
“I’ll be right up front with you,” Kearns said. “We need help.”
He said the center bought a van under a special program in 2005, but it has been plagued with issues since.
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