The majority of the agenda for Monday’s meeting of the Cherokee County Commission was made up of appointments and announcements regarding positions to be filled, including an announcement that Kathy Marko had tendered her resignation from the Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourism Association. The appointment to fill her unexpired two-year term ending in September of 2020 will be made during the Monday, September 9th commission meeting.
The appointment of a position on the Coosa Valley Youth Services Board will take place that meeting as well – with the resumes for both posts being accepted through close of business Wednesday, September 4th at the Commission Office.
Probate Judge/Commission Chairman Tim Burgess was appointed as official representative for Cherokee County on the 2019/2020 Association of County Commissions of Alabama aka ACCA Legislative Committee.
The Commission approved the hiring of Amy Gilmore Lee as a part-time Library Assistant – they approved the Fiscal Year 2020 County Transportation Plan as presented by the County Engineer, Corey Chambers, and approved the purchase of a new awning and gutter work in the total amount of $7,900 under the heading of the Cherokee County Detention Center as a Capital Improvement Project. The contract will be with Waldrop Manufacturing of Anniston
The next meeting of the Cherokee County Commission is scheduled for Monday, August the 26th starting at 5:00pm – and will take place in the County Administration Building located on the Cedar Bluff Road in Centre.