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The Cleveland Civitan Club hosted  Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis as speaker on the "State of the County" on Wednesday at the weekly lunch meeting.  Davis gave an update on the new fire stations, the Interstate 75 Exit 20 road construction, new businesses in the county creating jobs, and his thoughts on the recovery from the past three years of recession.  He also spoke on the 2011 tornado recovery efforts and how Bradley County has set standards for cleanup procedures for other states should they face a major natural disaster.  “In conclusion, Bradley County and Southeast Tennessee is a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family,” Davis said. From left are  Civitans Jerry McGaha and Dr. Lindsay Hathcock, Davis, Civitan Chaplin Marshall Roberson and Civitan President Veronica Fox.
The Cleveland Civitan Club hosted Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis as speaker on the "State of the County" on Wednesday at the weekly lunch meeting. Davis gave an update on the new fire stations, the Interstate 75 Exit 20 road construction, new businesses in the county creating jobs, and his thoughts on the recovery from the past three years of recession. He also spoke on the 2011 tornado recovery efforts and how Bradley County has set standards for cleanup procedures for other states should they face a major natural disaster. “In conclusion, Bradley County and Southeast Tennessee is a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family,” Davis said. From left are Civitans Jerry McGaha and Dr. Lindsay Hathcock, Davis, Civitan Chaplin Marshall Roberson and Civitan President Veronica Fox.
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The Cleveland Civitan Club hosted Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis as speaker on the "State of the County" on Wednesday at the weekly lunch meeting. Davis gave an update on the new fire stations, the Interstate 75 Exit 20 road construction, new businesses in the county creating jobs, and his thoughts on the recovery from the past three years of recession. He also spoke on the 2011 tornado recovery efforts and how Bradley County has set standards for cleanup procedures for other states should they face a major natural disaster. “In conclusion, Bradley County and Southeast Tennessee is a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family,” Davis said. From left are Civitans Jerry McGaha and Dr. Lindsay Hathcock, Davis, Civitan Chaplin Marshall Roberson and Civitan President Veronica Fox.