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Front Page October 31, 2017  RSS feed

Commissioners appoint Stanford to Apprasial District Board

by Mac Shadix


In the absence of County Judge Byron Ryder, Commissioner Joey Sullivan presided over the October 26, Regular Called Meeting. Left to Right: Commissioner David Ferguson, Commissioner Sullivan, Commissioner Dean Stanford and Commissioner David Grimes. Photo by Mac Shadix In the absence of County Judge Byron Ryder, Commissioner Joey Sullivan presided over the October 26, Regular Called Meeting. Left to Right: Commissioner David Ferguson, Commissioner Sullivan, Commissioner Dean Stanford and Commissioner David Grimes. Photo by Mac Shadix The Leon County Commissioners Court appointed Precinct 3 Commissioner Dean Stanford to the Leon County Appraisal District Board as a director during its regularly called meeting on Wednesday, October 25. Stanford will be replacing Commissioner Joey Sullivan who said that he thought it was time for someone else to serve on the board.

In the absence of County Judge Byron Ryder who was reported to be attending another meeting, Sullivan presided over the court on Wednesday.

The court heard Hilltop Lakes resident John Faulk present issues concerning the Hilltop Lakes Property Owners Association. After Faulk spoke for his allotted three minutes, Sullivan pointed out that the issues were not within the preview of the Commissioners Court.

Juvenile Probation Officer Carmen Thomas (left) introduces her new employee, Denice Winn to the Commissioners Court. Photo by Mac ShadixJuvenile Probation Officer Carmen Thomas (left) introduces her new employee, Denice Winn to the Commissioners Court. Photo by Mac Shadix
Domestic violence victim advocates were given approval to hold a candlelight ceremony on Thursday, October 26 on the Courthouse Square. The court also approved the filing of a grant application for a tire and electronics pick up like the one held last year.

Juvenile Probation Officer Carmen Thomas introduced Deneice Winn to the court as her new employee.

A partnership between Keep Leon County Beautiful and the City of Buffalo was approved.


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