Todd Fiscal Court heard a positive financial report for the first quarter of the fiscal year Friday and revenues will soon start coming in from construction of the Novelis plant in Guthrie.
Treasurer Tammy Robertson says all county departments are within their budget after three months.
Todd County and Guthrie are taking all new occupational and property tax revenue gained from construction of Novelis to help pay the debt service on land and infrastructure that was used as an incentive to recruit the industry.
Robertson says they will start seeing some of that money coming to its own separate fund soon.
She says it’s their hope and belief that the increased revenue will make all of the payments on the debt.
Magistrates approved a rural secondary road program that includes resurfacing sections of Sawyers Road, M. Hall Road, Latham Road, Scott Road, Long Road, Snardon Mill Road and B. White Road.
Fiscal court also renewed a contract with James Dossett to keep him as the county’s electrical inspector.
Emergency Management Director Daniel Smith says the Todd County Rescue Squad is receiving $7,200 in grant money.
The Todd County Sheriff’s Department is buying a new Dodge Charger to replace an old cruiser and the county will pay a portion of the $33,500 cost out of funds for a vehicle included in the budget.