County Commission to receive budget proposal today

By AUTUMN HUGHES
Posted 6/10/19

The Bradley County Commission is slated to receive the preliminary 2019-20 budget during today’s work session.

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County Commission to receive budget proposal today

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The Bradley County Commission is slated to receive the preliminary 2019-20 budget during today’s work session.

County Mayor D. Gary Davis presented his budget proposal at last Monday’s voting session, and the Finance Committee went over the 150-page document in detail during Thursday’s “mega meeting,” which lasted nearly six hours.

Agenda items for today’s meeting include:

• A resolution to rezone from Rural Residential (R1) district to Forestry/Agricultural/Residential (FAR) district property located at 137 Jonathan Drive S.E.

• A resolution to rezone from Forestry/Agricultural/Residential (FAR) district to General Industrial (I1) district property located at Maddux Road N.W.

In addition, today’s meeting will include a report from Davis and reports from commissioners, as well as announcements and opportunities for anyone in the audience to bring items before the County Commission.

The invocation will be given by Nolan Phillips, associate pastor of Westwood Baptist Church.

The Bradley County Commission meets at noon today in the County Commission Courtroom of the Courthouse.

In addition to the County Commission meeting, the Road Committee will meet today at 10 a.m. in the County Commission conference room. The agenda includes discussion of the proposed resolution governing the use of right-of-ways, as well as updates on several road projects.

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