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This Week Livingston Aldermen Meet, White BOE Works On Budget

This week in the Upper Cumberland the Livingston Board of Aldermen will meet Monday at 6:00 p.m.

The regularly scheduled meeting comes just three days after the State Comptroller Office sited several issues regarding evidence and missing money in the Livingston Police Department. In a letter to the board and mayor, District Attorney Bryant Dunaway said that the “awful circumstances” need to be addressed immediately.

Dunaway said he strongly suggested that officials seek outside assistance to conduct a full inventory of the department.

The Clay County Commission will meet at 6:30 Monday. The body will consider a sole bid to purchase a new ambulance.

The Monterey Board of Aldermen will hear a report from Building and Grounds Committee Chair Amy Martin Monday. The town has $200,000 of state funding to spend. The committee recommended $150,000 to be spent on a new multi-purpose sports field.

The remaining funds would be used for Meadow Creek Park improvements.

Tuesday, the Joint Economic Community Development Board of Putnam County meets at 4:00 p.m. The intragovernmental group will hear reports from city, county and school officials.

The Crossville City Council will host a work session at 5:00 p.m. Members will continue work on the city’s new budget.

The Baxter City Council will have several public hearings before its 6:00 p.m. meeting Tuesday. Residents will have the opportunity to voice opinions about some rezonings and the city’s new fiscal year budget.

Thursday, the White County School Board will vote on its budget. The meeting begins at 6:00 p.m.

The Putnam County Commission will start the process of budget cuts after hearing requests from all department heads. The work session starts Thursday at 6:00 p.m.

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