County meeting set
Posted: Tuesday, January 11, 2011 1:24 pm
The Messenger, January 11, 2011
The Obion County Legislative Body will meet 9 a.m. Jan. 18 in the Circuit Courtroom at the Obion County Courthouse.
Items on the agenda include the approval of minutes from the November 2010 meeting; a status report on the interlocal agreement for county-wide fire protection; information on the east entrance of the Goodyear Access Road; a resolution to present changes to the county’s road map; a report from the Solid Waste Regional Planning Board regarding waste pick-up and hauling agreements; a resolution to amend the Solid Waste Fund ($600); a resolution to amend the County General Fund for the Health Department ($850); information about the roof at the County Health Department; resolutions to amend the County General Fund in the amount of $175 and $19,900; a resolution to enter into an agreement to authorize West Kentucky Rural Telephone Cooperative Corp. the ROW use of Obion County property, roads and alleys for construction of a fiber optic network system; approval of Notary Public applications; and appointments to the Agricultural Committee (now serving, Kenneth Barnes, David Clark and Jennifer Davis); Budget Committee (now serving, Danny Jowers, Dwayne Hensley, Allen Nohsey, Polk Glover, Ralph Puckett, Jerry Grady and Sam Sinclair); Courthouse Committee (now serving, Tim Doyle, Terry Dwyer, Richard Arnold, Ned Bigelow, Terry Roberts, Hensley and Kenneth Cheatham); appointment of the county historian (now serving, Allen Nohsey); appointments to the Obion County Museum Board (now serving, Jamie Adams, Bob Nichols, Bonnie Cross Moon, with the late Vernon May also having served); and appointments to the Solid Waste Regional Planning Board (now serving, Paul Albright and Rick Boyd).
The meeting is open to the public.
Board and committees to be considered for the March term include the following:
• Joint Economic and Community Development Board (farming interests) (now serving, Bigelow and Larry Gray); Emergency Communications District 911 board (now serving, Kenneth Thurmond, Harold Jenkins and Tim Partin); and Highway Commission (now serving, Truman Johnson, Arnold, Norma Fowler and Hensley).