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Board of Supervisors’ July 24 meeting takes a new position

July 25, 2017 // 0 Comments

The most notable thing about the Union County Board of Supervisors’ July 24 meeting was that the meeting table was placed differently. The board meets in a large room on the east side of the Chancery Court (old library) building on Main Street behind the county courthouse. Its meeting table is at the north end [Continue Reading]

Supervisors hear of ambulance service changes, July 17, 2017

July 18, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Union County Board of Supervisors learned about coming changes in local ambulance service during its Monday morning, July 17th, meeting. “We are in the planning on making a change to our ambulance program,” Walter Grace, CEO and administrator of Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County told the board. [Continue Reading]

County Board, NALGW work during bonus state holiday

July 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

Some local public employees worked during the Monday state holiday. The governor gave all 91,000 state and local employees an extra paid holiday Monday, July 3rd, a bonus day added to the regular Independence Day holiday. However, the Union County Board of Supervisors met as usual at 10 a.m. on the first Monday of the [Continue Reading]

Union County Board of Supervisors’ May 15 meeting

May 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Union County Board of Supervisors’ May 15 meeting worked its way through a 19-item agenda in just 35 minutes Monday morning. The speed is the more impressive when considering that three non-agenda items also came before the board, and that one of those consumed 15 of the 35 minutes. Although he was not on [Continue Reading]

Union County group health insurance drama, Part II 

March 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

A story NAnewsweb.com posted Feb. 28th about the Union County board contracting for group health insurance has brought many comments and questions. http://nanewsweb.com/union-county-taxpayers-save-big-money-on-county-employee-health-insurance/ The following additional information may help clarify what happened. For [Continue Reading]
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