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County to honor archives workers
Nov 17, 2012 5:00 pm
The Wilson County Commission will hold its first meeting Monday following the Nov. 6 election.
The commission has a full slate of items on the agenda, including a resolution honoring individuals who volunteer their time and service to the Wilson County Archives.
The county Public Records Commission consists of six members with the authority to oversee the preservation and authorize the destruction of public records.
The volunteers clean, organize and index numerous loose county records, making them more easily available to county residents.
Thomas Partlow and Linda Granstaff are the co-directors of the archives. Volunteers at the archives are Cathrine Brown of Lebanon (14 years of service); Catherine Nolen of Lebanon, (13 years of service); Lee Atwood of Mt. Juliet (13 years of service); Shirley Wilson of Lebanon (14 years of service); Arretha Oakley of Lebanon (10 years of service); and Richard Atwood of Mt. Juliet (10 years of service).
The commission is also expected to appoint one member to the beer board, one member to the board of zoning and appeals and one member of the E-911 board.
Members will hear reports from the Emergency Management Committee, Sheriff Robert Bryan, public works committee and Director of Wilson County Schools Mike Davis, as well as other county agencies.
The commission's published agenda also includes the notice that a public hearing for zoning purposes one hour after the commission meeting convenes.
Staff writer Mary Hinds may be reached at 615-444-3952, ext. 45 or firstname.lastname@example.org.