County Commission News
Posted by PeaceMBW on 18 Oct 2012 | 277 views
The Ashland City Times reported on the latest County Commission Meeting. Among the highlights:
- The County received a $2 million loan from Education’s budget in order to fully fund the county while the State of Tennessee finally mails out property tax notices,
- County Commissioner Davidson finally returned after a 3 month absence after his DUI arrest,
- County resident James Jenkins spoke during an open forum that he was concerned about a “posse” of business leaders and Chamber of Commerce members who reintroduced the “dead” issue of the Red River Preserve,
- County Commissioner McCarver inquired as to how our county could make the Director of Schools position an elected one, and he also voiced concerns that current Director of Schools Stan Curtis has not returned phone calls or emails with members of the community or the press,
- The Cheatham County Sheriff’s Department has received permission from the County Commission to prepare an auction of surplus vehicles located behind the Sheriff’s Department building. The auction will be advertised at a later date.