Louisville Aldermen approve tourism expense

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

The second meeting of June for the Louisville Board of Aldermen was held on Tuesday, June 18, in which the Aldermen dealt with several issues, the most significant of which was the acceptance of the resignation of Chief of Police, L.M. Claiborne. Claiborne will be retiring from the position at the end of June.

 
 
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