BOCC says farewell to King and Music

Published: Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 06:44 PM.

BOCC approved of the request Poplar Spring High School made through Merchant to pour cement for a tennis court over the Christmas holiday.

“They told me they were told by the Holmes County School District that they were on their own as far as paid labor is concerned,” said Williams. “As far as material, they’ve got it. They just need the labor.”

Chair Ron Monk said that he didn’t agree with helping.

“It just seems like a snowball affect,” said Monk. “The more we do, the more they ask and the bigger the tasks become. Where do we say ‘whoa’?”

Williams said they’ve “done more for others.”

“We should do it,” said King. “They’re all taxpayers after all.”

BOCC approved of upgrading their 200-gallon gas tanks to 500-gallon gas tanks.

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