Bradley County Commission

Posted 11/18/19

Two issues related to law enforcement will be up for vote in today’s Bradley County Commission meeting.

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Bradley County Commission


Two issues related to law enforcement will be up for vote in today’s Bradley County Commission meeting.

Commissioners will consider a resolution authorizing Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis to negotiate and enter into an agreement with Buddi Company to provide ankle monitoring services to Bradley County. This issue has been under discussion for several months by the county commission, as well as its Finance and Law Enforcement committees.

Also up for vote will be a resolution authorizing Bradley County Sheriff Steve Lawson to negotiate and enter into a letter of agreement designating Amerimed Emergency Medical Services as a secondary transportation agency to provide ambulance transport of involuntary and voluntary psychiatric patients.

Other items on the county commission agenda are:

• A resolution authorizing the county mayor, trustee and assessor of property to sign a letter of agreement for resolution of appeal of tax assessments and related issues with Wacker Polysilicon North America LLC.

• A motion to request the county attorney to opine on the HCI Committee reconsidering some applications that were eliminated for technical reasons.

• A public hearing on resolution to rezone from Forestry/ Agricultural/Residential (FAR) district to General Industrial (11) district property located at Old Chattanooga Pike S.W.

In addition, today’s meeting agenda includes a report from the county mayor 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 Amy Wilson, director of Family Cornerstone Ministries.

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


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