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By Mount Vernon News
January 14, 2014 11:28 am EST

 

MOUNT VERNON — Knox County Commissioners, along with clerk administrator Rochelle Shackle, met on Monday morning to discuss items up for reorganization for the 2014 calendar year.

Teresa Bemiller was appointed president of the Board of Knox County Commissioners for the 2014 year; as Thom Collier was appointed vice president of the Board of Knox County Commissioners for the 2014 year.

Commissioners approved the board meeting dates for 2014, to be held Monday and Thursday, from 10 a.m. to end of business day.

Knox County Commissioners reappointed Shackle as clerk administrator for the 2014 year.

Bemiller was appointed to: Emergency Food and Shelter Board; Family and Children First Council; Delaware, Knox, Morrow, Marion Solid Waste Executive Board; DKMM Solid Waste Budget and Audit Committee; Knox Area Transit; 911; Investment Board; Board of Revision; and Knox Substance Abuse Action Team.

Collier was appointed to: Local Emergency Planning Commission; Visitors Bureau; DKMM Solid Waste Policy Board; Patriotic Committee; Ohio Public Works Commission; Community Health Assessment Partners; Investment Board; and Heritage Association.

Roger Reed was appointed to: Emergency Management Agency; Station Break; Ohio Public Works Commission (alternate); Area Development Board; and Revolving Loan Board.

Bemiller and Reed were both appointed to the Kno-Ho-Co Community Action Commission for 2014.

 

 

 

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