County Commission

The Commission shall meet on the third Monday of each month at 6:00 PM in the County Courthouse or at such other place as set by the Commission Chairperson with the approval of the Commission. Should any prescribed meeting date fall on a legal holiday the Commission shall meet at 6:00 PM on the following Tuesday. more information

Committees
Meeting Agendas
Meeting Minutes
Documents of Interest

Chad Norris – 1st District
chadalannorris@gmail.com
(931) 210-4880

Sue York – 1st District
(931) 707-7839

Kyle Davis – 2nd District
dkyle2385@yahoo.com
(931) 510-3183

Nancy Hyder – 2nd District
nancyjhyder@yahoo.com
(931) 484-8674

Rebecca Stone – 3rd District
rhstone76@gmail.com
(931) 484-8828

Darrell Threet – 3rd District
threetdg@frontiernet.net
(931) 484-8951

David Gibson – 4th District
dhgibsonccc@gmail.com
(931) 261-7804

Charles Seiber – 4th District
ccseiber@frontiernet.net
(931) 787-2927

Jack Davis – 5th District
davisrj@frontiernet.net
(931) 788-2163

Terry Lowe – 5th District
lowefarms1949@yahoo.com
(931) 788-2017

Mike Speich – 6th District
mspeich6district@gmail.com
(865) 719-5833

Wendell Wilson – 6th District
wilsonw6farms@yahoo.com.sg
(931) 484-6027

Mark Baldwin – 7th District
mark@weathertap.com
(931) 248-1476

Jerry Cooper – 7th District
jcooper1@ccschools.k12tn.net
(931) 335-8464

Jim Blalock – 8th District
jim3blalock@frontiernet.net
(931) 277-3161

Deborah Holbrook – 8th District
debholbrk1@gmail.com
(931) 337-9220

Carl MacLeod – 9th District
1sgmacleod@gmail.com
(203) 464-1241

John Patterson – 9th District
jpatterson9thdistccc@comcast.net
(931) 707-9024

The Commission shall meet on the third Monday of each month at 6:00 PM in the County Courthouse or at such other place as set by the Commission Chairperson with the approval of the Commission. Should any prescribed meeting date fall on a legal holiday the Commission shall meet at 6:00 PM on the following Tuesday.

The county legislative body may exercise the powers of a legislative nature granted to it by the General Assembly in public acts (laws of general application or local option application, which may be found in codified form in the Tennessee Code Annotated) or in private acts that apply to a particular county (that do not conflict with the general law). The General Assembly has given the county legislative body a considerable array of powers, including the power to levy property taxes without limitation regarding rates, the power to expend funds for any lawful purpose, zoning powers for the unincorporated areas of the county and some regulatory powers, yet the General Assembly has not seen fit to grant to the county legislative body all of the powers that have been granted to Tennessee’s incorporated municipalities (cities and towns). Therefore, counties must always look for the source of authority for any action taken, as counties have no authority to act outside the scope of the powers granted by the General Assembly.