Volume 51, Number 35

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, August 28, 2014

Special Town of Byrdstown June 29th Called Meeting

The Town of Byrdstown
Board of Mayor and Aldermen
met in a Special Called Meeting
on Monday, June 29, 2009
at 5:00 p.m. at Town Hall.
Those present were Mayor
Billy Robbins, Recorder
Johnny Sells, Alderwoman
Opal Clayborn, Alderman
Glenn Parris, Alderman Rex
Tompkins, and Linda Crouch.
The purpose of the meeting
was to discuss the budget.
The Mayor called the meeting
to order. There were several
line items in the
2009-2010 Budget discussed.
Linda Crouch addressed the
Board on behalf of the Good
Neighbors Theater. She explained
to the Board that the
Theater would be moving out
of the Town area and would
be located on the by-pass. She
thanked the Board for all they
had done in the past and said
that if the Board could continue
to make a contribution
to the Theater, it would be
greatly appreciated.
A motion was made by Rex
Tompkins to have a continuing
budget until the 2009-
2010 Budget is passed. A
second was voiced by Johnny
Sells and, with all members
voting aye, the motion carried.
The Mayor reported to the
Board that Dennis South had
received a Grade 1 Wastewater
Collection System Operator
License from the State.
A motion was made by Opal
Clayborn to increase Dennis
South’s wages 75¢ per hour
effective May 7, 2009 as this
is the standard wage increase
for a license. A second was
voiced by Rex Tompkins and,
with all members voting aye,
the motion carried.
A motion was made by
Opal Clayborn to adjourn. A
second was voiced by Rex
Tompkins and, with all members
voting Aye, the meeting
adjourned at 6:10 p.m.

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