County elected officials sworn in

Davis: 'This is a very exciting day for many of us'

By AUTUMN HUGHES
Posted 9/5/18

Bradley County’s elected officials who won seats in the Aug. 2 general election were sworn into office on Tuesday morning. The ceremony took place at the Bradley County Courthouse Plaza.

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County elected officials sworn in

Davis: 'This is a very exciting day for many of us'

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Bradley County’s elected officials who won seats in the Aug. 2 general election were sworn into office on Tuesday morning. The ceremony took place at the Bradley County Courthouse Plaza.

“This is a very exciting day for many of us,” Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis said to the assembled crowd. “I look forward to working alongside all these county officials for the next four years to make Bradley County a better place.”

Steve Smart, pastor of Westwood Baptist Church, offered the invocation. Callie Davis led the Pledge of Allegiance. Judges Mike Sharp, Andrew Freiberg and Sandra Donaghy administered oaths of office, as did Mayor Davis.
Bradley County officials sworn in during the ceremony included:

• Register of Deeds Dina Swafford

• County Clerk Donna Alley Simpson

• Circuit Court Clerk Gayla Harris Miller

• Trustee Mike Smith

• Road Superintendent Sandra Knight

• Sheriff Steve Lawson

• Mayor D. Gary Davis

• County Commissioners Mike Hughes and Dennis Epperson (District 1), Louie Alford and Thomas Crye (District 2), Milan Blake and Johnny Mull (District 3), Charlotte Peak and Howard Thompson (District 4), Bobby Goins and Jeff Yarber (District 5), Erica Davis and Tim Mason (District 6) and Kevin Raper and Bill Winters (District 7).

“Thank you all for being here today,” Davis said. “We all look forward to working with you, and for you, for the next four years.”

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