The Bradley County Commission met yesterday for a work session. Mayor Gary Davis presented a resolution to the Commission t
The Bradley County Commission met yesterday for a work session.
Mayor Gary Davis presented a resolution to the Commission that would allow him to continue the air monitoring contract for the county landfill. The resolution will be placed on the agenda of the November 20th voting session. The Mayor said the county has seen better cooperation with the company and better consistency from the operating equipment. The Commission will begin getting a weekly summary of the monitoring.
The Road Committee met last week and voted to extend, by 150 feet, Wayfair Drive per the request of the Road Superintendent, Tom Collins. The item will be placed on the November 20th voting agenda.
The Commission held a public hearing on a resolution authorizing the Bradley County Mayor to enter into an annexation interlocal agreement between the City of Cleveland and Bradley County regarding the non-contiguous annexation of the property currently owned by Larry and Nancy Eskew, at the corner of 60 and Eureka Road. Larry Eskew spoke during the meeting and explained why he was requesting annexation. He would like the 10 acres to be available for commercial buildings in the future and sewer access will be beneficial to make the property attractive to future businesses. Some commissions spoke in favor of working with the city on the project and some expressed concerns based on past projects using interlocal agreements.
The next meeting of the Commission will be on November 20th, at Noon.