County weighs in on resolutions

By BRIAN GRAVES

Posted 1/1/18

After a very busy and eventful year, a few elected officials and some of the Bradley County commissioners left some wishes along the way for 2018, the new year ahead.County Mayor D. Gary Davis: “My …

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County weighs in on resolutions

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After a very busy and eventful year, a few elected officials and some of the Bradley County commissioners left some wishes along the way for 2018, the new year ahead.


County Mayor D. Gary Davis: “My resolution for the new year is to do the best job I can in moving Bradley County forward and not having to increase taxes.”


Sheriff Eric Watson: “To do what we must all do each day, strive to be better at all facets of life and to reinforce my commitment to the people of Bradley County, who have entrusted and honored me with the position I hold.”


Commissioner Louie Alford: “I hope the Bradley County Commission can continue to work hard for the people of Bradley County, with more great projects without big tax increases.”


Commissioner Charlotte Peak: “To surround myself with positive people, give back more, and focus on a solution for the homeless situation.”


Commissioner Bobby Goins: “My resolution is just to be a better person.”


Commissioner Terry Caywood: “To do a better job treating people the way I would want to be treated.”


Commissioner Johnny Mull: “To always do the right thing.”


Commissioner Jeff Yarber: “To be a better father, friend, Christian and commissioner."


Commissioner Milan Blake: “To continue working with the elected officials to make Bradley County the best place for our citizens and taxpayers."

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