TDC considers flexibility in advertising grants

Published: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 at 04:55 PM.

The board approved the motion to grant $400 to the ADBA dog show to go toward national advertising.

The board also tabled accepting the resignation of Scott Sweeney from the TDC. Sweeney submitted a letter informing the board of his intention to move to Holmes County to reside, although he will continue to work at Falling Waters State Park in Chipley.

Lopez said she would research whether or not members of the TDC were required to live in the county that the council serves.

Another member, Mark Hess, now also resides outside the county, so Lopez will find out if they can continue to serve on the TDC.

The board also put off advertising the open seat on the TDC until the matter can be researched.

Linda Cain, mayor of Chipley, is being replaced on the TDC board by Lee Dell Kennedy, a city councilman who serves as Chipley’s mayor pro tem. The board voted to renew Cain, Hess and Dana Phillips’ terms during the meeting.

The board members also voted to cancel their December meeting due to the holidays.

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