County to take on housekeeping chores

Monday night’s Wilson County Commission meeting is expected to be “housekeeping” with some basic chores on the agenda. "Out of 13 items, 11 are regular housekeeping things," said Rachel Warren, spokesperson for the mayor's office. Two resolutions concerning Wilson ...
May 17, 2013

 

Monday night’s Wilson County Commission meeting is expected to be “housekeeping” with some basic chores on the agenda.

"Out of 13 items, 11 are regular housekeeping things," said Rachel Warren, spokesperson for the mayor's office.

Two resolutions concerning Wilson Emergency Management Agency incentive programs are expected to be discussed.

"It has to do with the fire-side for training," said Warren. "It's state dispersed money."

That amount will be $10,200, she said.

"It's basically a line-item transfer that's already been approved."

Commissioners are also expected to consider a resolution to honor Wilson County Teacher of the Year, Jen Whitener, a seventh-grade teacher from McClain Christian Academy. Along with this will be recognition of about 30 other teachers by the school system.

A public assist policy is also on the agenda for senior citizens.

"We've had a lot of calls made by the older population," said Warren. "There will be a discussion about how to handle these calls."

Standard nominations for some boards and committees will also be on tap for commissioners to consider.

"There's just really not a hot topic this week," said Warren.

The Wilson County Commission will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in the Commission Room at the courthouse.

 

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