Hardin County Fiscal Court held their regularly scheduled meeting last night. It was shared during the meeting that during the wind storm on March 3, the county EMS received around 1,000 calls in just a few hours and the coordination and support from other departments helped with the response efforts. Magistrate Patsy Whitehead shared information to aid citizens in getting involved in county government through participation at the committee meetings. “Fiscal court is comprised of four committees. If a citizen would like to speak at one of those meetings, all they need to do is contact Fiscal Court, or if they know the committee chairperson, they can contact that magistrate and ask to be added to the agenda. This is the opportunity for our community to take part in what’s going on in Fiscal Court and to make a difference. If they want their voices to be heard, just reach out to us and we’ll be more than happy to add you to that meeting. And you’ll have an opportunity to speak,” said District 3 Magistrate Patsy Whitehead. Judge Executive Keith Taul has noted previously that concerns should be addressed through the committees prior to bringing them to Fiscal Court so information can be gathered to be able to speak on the subject. Committee meetings are listed on the Hardin County Government calendar. The next regularly scheduled Fiscal Court meeting will be on March 28 at 5:30 PM.