Support of the 2nd Amendment and the fate of the Adams Office Building filled the bulk of discussion and action by County Commissioners during their Thursday night meeting.
Commissioner Corey Davenport proposed Resolution 2020-1, Declaring Cannon County as a Second Amendment Safe Haven County Commissioners voted to approve the measure.
addressed commissioners on developments in seeking a salutation to the fate of the Good Samaritan (now known as the Adams Office Building) sixty-–a
The state as well as local officials are concerned with the possibility of relocating the County Election Commission (one of the numerous occupants of the building) could have a negative effect on this year’s elections. Three elections are scheduled in the county during this year. The Fire Marshall’s office indicated if efforts of progress were produced on a regular basis, the deadline could be extended until November.
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Commissioner Ronnie Mahaffey -Resolution 2020-2, Donate Good Samaritan Hospital to the Board of Educationagainst
Citizens of the county’s fifth district who wish to submit names for consideration to fill the vacant seat on the commission should contact commission members to make their suggestions known.
Commissioners unanimously approved the appointment of Mike Reed to Library Board of Directors
With the county continuing to solicit bids to repair the Adams Office Building, the decision was reached to recess the meeting until Tuesday, February 18th.