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Local News for Tuesday, March 15th

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In news today…

The Bradley County Commission met on Monday covering several items of business. An update was given on the landfill situation. As of March 1st, sludge is no longer being accepted from the major contract with Cobb County in Georgia. A small amount of sludge from local companies, specifically including Cleveland Utilities wastewater sludge, will still be taken. Also, resolutions were made to rezone several properties on Bates Pike to High-Density Residential. Concerns were expressed as to adding that much residential property in the area, specifically due to the impact on roads, traffic, and school population at Taylor Elementary School.

Also in news today…

Cleveland City Schools is proud to announce that Mr. Robert E. Pritchard will serve as the next Principal of Cleveland High School. Mr. Pritchard will replace Mrs. Autumn O’Bryan who is leaving to become Director of Academics for the district. Mr. Pritchard is currently an Assistant Principal at Cleveland High. 

Mr. Pritchard has been part of Cleveland City Schools since 2012 serving as a math teacher, Instructional Facilitator, and Assistant Principal at both Mayfield Elementary and Cleveland High School. He has lived in Bradley County his entire life and has children in our school system. 

Mr. Prichard and Director of Schools Dr. Russell Dyer will join us this morning on Mix 104-1 and mixtv.tv.

In news today…

The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education met on Monday covering several items of business. Mr. Bob Pritchard, the new Principal at Cleveland High School, was introduced to the Board. A motion was passed giving a $200 net bonus to all employees of Cleveland City Schools with a grant given for being awarded a Best For All District. First reading of motions took place for motions improving grammar errors on an old amendment as well as updating school board amendments to match state law.