Month: November 2020
Old Glory Replaced at Courthouse
The flag on the top of the courthouse has been replaced. The flag was donated by Mitzi White Walkup in honor of her son, 1st LT Frank B. Walkup IV, who was killed in Iraq; and her late husband, SSG Frank B. Walkup III.
Cannon COVID-19 Surge
Cannon County citizens are facing an unprecedented surge of COVID-19. This virus is real. Many of us have tested positive, including my immediate family. The Tennessee Supreme Court has made masks mandatory in the courthouses of all 95 counties.
Mandatory Mask Requirement
In compliance with the Tennessee Supreme Court order (see attached photo of the order) the Cannon County Courthouse will require anyone entering inside the courthouse to wear a facial mask. There will be signs posted on the entrance doors explaining the requirement and a copy of the court order.
Dollars, Debt and the Finance Department
Daily, the Finance Department pays bills. Those bills are in support of the operations of County General, Board of Education, and the Highway Department. All bill payments are made through the Finance Department following the consolidation that went into effect August 1, 2020.
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Cannon County is Becoming More Efficient
Our challenges are not unique to rural communities, and they do not take away from the our desire to make Cannon County a great place to live, work and visit. As your County Executive, I'm excited about the future of Cannon County.