Alfalfa County courthouse to take precautionary measures amid virus scare
• Emergency meeting scheduled
March 18, 2020
Despite widespread fears regarding COVID-19, the Alfalfa County courthouse in Cherokee was still up and running Monday morning.
The county commissioners had a short agenda, spending much of the meeting signing paperwork. Jay Hague, Stan Tucker, and Marvin Woodall began by looking over the previous meeting minutes, maintenance and operation payment warrants, and blanket purchase orders. There was no road- crossing permits for the week.
The other agenda items were pretty basic. Approval was given for the Court Clerk Records Management & Preservation monthly report; Orkin Pest Control is sch...