Longtime Cedar Bluff Police Investigator Jason O’Neal announced that he would be resigning his position effective immediately; Mayor Tammy Crane said that O’Neal is leaving to focus on running his Surveillance Business on a full-time basis.
Applications for the position will be posted through mid May.
Todd Hindsman was also in attendance to give a report for the 2014 Audit report, presenting a clean bill of health.
Some lengthy discussion and numerous questions were at the heart of Chief Rich Lindsey with the McCord’s Fire Department, he along with Cherokee County Fire/Arson Investigator Shawn Rogers were present to give an update on a grant from the Cherokee County Association of Fire Departments for a new radio system.
In other business, Kathy Marko who is the new Director of the Cherokee County Historical Museum – she simply wanted to introduce herself and to tell the Council a little about what all is going on at the facility.
William Jenkins who is a concerned citizen addressed the Council concerning a Security Light at the Overlook Condos, Jenkins is asking that the light moved or taken down due to the fact that it is shinning directly into his home at night – the mayor assured that she would do what she could to see that the problem is resolved.