By Dave Taylor
The fate of a problematic intersection is still undecided after discussion during the fiscal court meeting Monday, where the debate was under the watchful eyes of the Hancock County Middle School student council, who came to watch the proceedings.
Student delegates from the sixth, seventh and eighth grades attended the meeting to learn about county government, and Judge Executive Jack McCaslin explained each item on the agenda and introduced department heads and explained their roles.
One agenda item, which had been discussed in more than one previous meeting, was the intersection of state Route 1403 and Oak Road and how to handle cars that don’t stop at the stop sign and others that turn across traffic without looking.
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