Thursday, April 11, 2013

Commissioner Believes Settlement Will Be Reached
The time clock on legal bills is continuing to tic in Sullivan County on that suit by Sheriff Wayne Anderson against Mayor Steve Godsey and the County Commission. An April 24th Court date is looming in the $9.9 million by the top law man attempting to get adequate funding to operate his department at a safe level for county residents. Sullivan County Finance Committee Chairman Eddie Williams says he thinks there will be a settlement before the trial date. No one has blinked during recent offers. Commissioners strongly turned down a $1.2 million proposal for settlement and there was no discussion of 18 new officers needed for public school security. (CS)

Saturday, July 04, 2015

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