After a long and costly wait, Jellico may only have to wait another month before town court sessions resume.
Following a March state court of appeals decision, the town is free to reinstitute a court as entailed in the town charter.
The board of mayor and aldermen discussed hiring a city judge at last Thursday’s meeting.
“We need to schedule a workshop where we will look at all the applications,” said Mayor Forster Baird. He then decided to appoint a committee to review the applicants with Police Commissioner Elsie Crawford as chair.