Pyle said the project will provide books to children in Curry once a month from birth until age 5. He said 693 children in Curry County are eligible for the program. Registration for the program will be held during the Curry County Fair. Approved a one month contract extension for $59,200 with the Correctional Health Care Inc. to provide pharmacy care and medical staff for Curry County Detention Center. The previous contract expired at the end of July. Approved a notice of intent for a proposed ordinance relating to Illicit Synthetic Drugs. This includes prohibiting the sale, public display for sale, attempted sale, gift, barter, delivery, possession, or use of spice, synthetic cannabinoids, synthetic marijuana, bath salts, synthetic stimulants, or other misbranded drugs. Pyle said the county will hold a public hearing on the ordinance Sept. 7 at Clovis-Carver Library.
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