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AC Court meets, hires Terry Williams FT for Road Department

By Ed Waggener

In a special called meeting Thursday, February 1, 2018, the Adair County Fiscal Court heard a report from the Personnel Committee from Magistrate Perry Reeder (District 4) and member of the committee, recommending that the court hire Terry Williams as a full time Road Department Equipment Operator at $14 per hour. On a motion by Reeder, with a second by Magistrate Harold Burton (1), the vote was unanimous to to hire Williams. Joining Reeder & Burton, in the affirmation were Magistrates Daryl Flatt (2), Sammy Baker (3), Billy Dean Coffey (5) and Greg Caldwell (6) and Adair County Judge Executive Michael Lee Stephens. Magistrate Terry Hadley (7), was not present.

Terry Williams had previously worked for the Road Department and is considered a top equipment operator.

After this action, the committee voted to adjourn. Gale Cowan, Fiscal Court Secretary, was the session recorder.

This story was posted on 2018-02-02 11:31:51
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