Commissioners make board appointments

Published 10:50 am Friday, January 19, 2024

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During the Troup County Commissioner’s regular board meeting on Tuesday, the commissioners signed off on the 2024 slate of annual board appointments.

The annual board appointments were discussed during an executive session of the morning work session and approved with a single vote during the evening meeting. The slate was unanimously approved.

The board appointments include:

4Jamie Bradfield and Charles Knight were reappointed to the Appeals Board / Subdivisions & Road Specifications

4Shaundre T. Brown was reappointed to the Board of Health.

4Lynn Howard was reappointed to the Council on Aging.

4Charles Milligan was reappointed to the Troup County Development Authority.

4Dr. Richard Freeman, Warren Trantham III and Gail Devereaux were reappointed to Troup County Library Board.

4Ashley McCoy was reappointed to the Troup County Parks and Recreation Commission.

4Richard Woods, Jack Dollar, Charles Darda and Ellis Cadenhead were appointed to the Troup County Water Review Board.

4Patrick Crews was reappointed to the Troup Family Connection Authority.

4Lewis Davis and Ellis Cadenhead were reappointed to the Two Rivers RC & D Council.

4Curtis Brown was reappointed to the Three Rivers Regional Commission.

In other business, the commissioners approved:

4A request from the Solicitor’s Office to accept the FY24 Victims of Crimes Act award grant received from the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. The grant allocation will provide $60,516, which funds 75 percent of the salary and benefits for the Victim/Witness Advocate.

4A request from Felony Adult Drug Court apply for a Council of Accountability Court Judges (CACJ) Emergency Funds Grant in the amount of $12,800 to help cover the treatment costs for active participants for the final quarter of the fiscal year.

4A similar request from DUI/Drug Court to apply for a CACH grant in the amount of $12,500 to cover the cost of alcohol monitoring and drug testing in the final quarter of the year and another from the Coweta Judicial Circuit Mental Health Court for $15,000 to cover the cost of treatment and drug testing.