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Commissioners voted in favor of a resolution to partner with the City of Crossville in exercising an option on industrial property. The property, known as the Swallows Property, is located off Highway 70 North across from the Community Complex. While the resolution makes no monetary commitment, it does allow for a six month option to purchase with a possible 90 day extension.
Cumberland County will be getting assistance for upgrades to the County’s radio system. During Monday night’s monthly meeting, commissioners approved a resolution accepting a $250,000 Community Development Block Grant for repair and improvement of the County’s communication system. The County has already allocated $2.5 million for the project.
The Cumberland County Commission in regular session on Monday approved the 13th Judicial District Drug and Violent Crime Task Force Inter-local Cooperative Agreement. The 13th DTF consists of Clay, Cumberland, Dekalb, Overton, Pickett, Putnam and White Counties, and was created to consolidate the resources of the 7 county law enforcement agencies to investigate drub and violent crimes.
The Cumberland County Commission passed a resolution Monday adopting the 2012 Internal Residential, Mechanical and Plumbing Codes. Also adopted was the 2009 Energy Conservation Code. While the County has planned to take over building inspections in the county effective October 1st, the City of Crossville has expressed interest in continuing those inspections for the county. The commission took no action to formally request the continuance, but seemed open to the idea.
A Pay Scale Committee resolution died without a 2nd during Monday’s County Commission meeting. Some Commissioners objected to the timing of the resolution as the Budget Committee has been working to revamp the current pay scale. Others were against several stipulations in the resolution that would exclude county employees from chairing the committee.