Chick said he didn’t have any problem with leaving the display up in the courthouse but asked Tuesday, Oct. 11 what the rest of the fiscal court thought about it.
The display consists of the community’s veterans and any member of the emergency service agencies who risk or have risked their lives for others. The display if very moving and includes photographs and information on each person submitted.
Chick said he believed if they allowed the display to stay on a more permanent basis, the information and photographs should be framed to prevent wear and tear and that the court would need to pass something to relinquish them from responsibility if something were to happen to them.
Magistrates held no objections to the request, agreeing with Chick that framing would probably be best. Chick told the court he would contact those who asked him and let them know what needed to be done to grant the request.