Commission Discusses ADA Project, Honors Right to Life Contest Winners

The County Commission recently issued proclamations honoring the recent Fentress County Right to Life contest winners for their willingness to participate in public discourse. Pictured from left to right: Lester Gooding, art contest winner Andrea Horst, Leon Stepp, Rod Williams, speech contest winner Brent Boutelle, and Kim Davidson.

By Jacob E. Rosenbaum

The Fentress County Commission met on Monday, April 15, 2019, in regular session. In addition to honoring the winners of the recent Right to Life contests, the Commission discussed the direction of its upcoming ADA building project, and heard a presentation from Allen Hill regarding this endeavor.

Following the call to order by the County Executive, the colors were presented by the Clarkrange High School JROTC Color Guard. Those assembled were led in the pledge of allegiance by 3rd District Commissioner Benny Hughes, and the invocation was delivered by evangelist Bro. Ernest Campbell. The roll call showed that all ten Commissioners were present. The Commission then approved the minutes of their previous session, and the April notary applications.

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