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Speed bumps for county’s armored car service

Justin Tubbs

It’s been a month-and-a-half since the county worked an agreement with Dunbar’s armored car service, and according to County Judge Carol Bush, the county has actually had the service for only two to three weeks.
That is apparently long enough to run into issues, as County Treasurer Cheryl Chambers and Precinct 3 Commissioner Paul Perry brought concerns with the new service before the Ellis County Commissioners Court Tuesday.

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