Dodge City votes to renew township deputy contract

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The Dodge City Town Council met Thursday evening. (Maggie Darnell for the Cullman Tribune)

DODGE CITY, Ala. – Dodge City will soon have a new township deputy. The Dodge City Town Council voted Thursday night to renew an agreement between the Town and the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) for a township deputy contract. Sgt. David Nunn, who had been serving as the town’s deputy, left in May for a new job.  

Mayor Tawana Canada said there will be no changes from the current township deputy agreement, which ends July 19.

CCSO Major Matt Hogue said a new deputy will be assigned to the town soon, saying, “We hope by the end of the month.”

The next item on the agenda was the renewal of the Town’s contract with Air Evac Lifeteam for $3,995 per month. The council tabled the discussion until its next meeting.

The council also discussed making a donation to the Good Samaritan Health Clinic, which Canada said could be $100 a month or $1,200 a year. Councilman Jason Burney made a motion to pay a year, which passed.

The council voted to move its August meeting from Aug. 8 to Aug. 15.

The Dodge City Town Council meets on every second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m.

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Maggie Darnell

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