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County inventory approved

Past issue of missing firearms was never solved

Barton County government property falls into three basic lists: general materials, vehicles and firearms and other law enforcement equipment. And all of that has to be accounted for.
The inventory of county property was approved by the Barton County Commission Monday with some concerns about specific items.
Information Technology Department Director John Debes reported Monday that the process to have an accurate inventory continues to be perfected by the county departments.
According to state regulations, “the inventory, which shall be taken during the month of December of each year, shall be filed with the County Clerk on or before Dec ...


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