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The Cumberland County BOE Establishes May 5th Teacher Appreciation Day
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday April 23, 2015

The Board of Education has passed a Resolution of Appreciation establishing May 5th Teacher Appreciation Day in all Cumberland County Schools. The BOE also encouraged each school and community to recognize these teachers for their contribution to the Cumberland County School System and its students.


County approves appointments to Industrial Development Board
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday April 23, 2015

As part of a joint appointment the Cumberland County Commission approved the appointments of Karen Cole and Joe Salvatto to fill the recently expired terms of Beth Alexander and Tonya Hinch on the Industrial Development Board of Cumberland County-Crossville. Bobby Randolph was also re-appointed. The full board consists of V.J. Dodson, Amanda Elmore, Jack Chadwell, Clark West, Gary Greene, Jim Young, Larry Ebert, Sr., and Pepe Perron.


Cumberland County to seek higher returns in investments
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday April 23, 2015

A recommendation by the Cumberland County Investment Committee was approved during Mondays regular meeting of the County Commission. County Trustee Kim Wyatt recommended a change in policy to allow investment in financial tools other than CDs, in order to get a higher return. Securities approved for purchase include debt obligations of the U.S. Treasury, government agency notes and bonds including floating-rate securities, U.S. Agency mortgage-backed securities, government money market funds, and any fixed-income securities guaranteed by the U.S. Government or any U.S. Government Agency.


County financial report
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday April 23, 2015

County Finance Director Nathan Brock reports that sales tax collections for March were very strong, coming in $48,325 higher than projections at $559,257. To date, the County is $110,996 ahead of budget projections. Property tax collections continue to be strong coming in at 98.4 percent of budget. This time last year, collections were at 99.1 percent. Hotel/Motel tax collections for the year are $474,015.89 compared to $465,102 at this point last year. That is 64.5% of the $734,738 annual budget. February Ambulance receipts were $171,954 for a year to date total of $1,865,548. The annual budgeted amount is $3,000,000 this year, so this represents a total of 62.2 percent collected. Prisoner boarding collections are at 45.3 percent of the $1,224,885 annual budget. To date the County has collected $554,445.


SMHS Summer Orientation For Incoming 9th Graders
Submitted: Robert F. Gomez, SMHS Assistant Principal Thursday April 23, 2015

The Stone Memorial High School Summer Orientation for incoming 9th graders will be held on the following dates:

Tuesday, May 26 - Stone Elementary students
Wednesday, May 27 - North Elementary students
Thursday, May 28 - Pine View & Crab Orchard students
Friday, May 29 - Homestead students

Where: Stone Memorial High School
Time: 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Cost: Free, including a complimentary breakfast and lunch

Parents are welcome to join us from 7:30 - 8:00 for a brief orientation and tour. For more information: call 931-484-5767


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