County Commissioners Table Hot Topic…

Published 2:49 pm Thursday, April 13, 2017

April is a month springing out with proclamations as County Administrator Tom Patton read four of them aloud at the Crisp County Commissioners’ meeting held Tuesday, April 11.  All four proclamations were unanimously passed, namely National Day of Service (received by AmeriCorps Vista volunteer Rachel Deuel), National Crime Victim’s Rights (received by District Attorney Bradford Rigby), Older Americans Month (received by FACS Agent Rebecca Stackhouse), and American Red Cross Month, which will be delivered.

Chief Deputy Sheriff Denise Youngblood presented a request to the Commissioners for an EMA grant for 200 NOAA weather radios for community disbursement, which was approved by the Board.  Youngblood also informed the Board that a Sheriff’s Deputy hit a deer when en route to an emergency call.