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From the Desk of 
Brent Greer, Henry County Mayor

August 2014

The 2014-2015 fiscal year budget was adopted by the Henry County Commission on July 28th in monthly county commission meeting.  The budget as passed did not require any tax increase.  The meeting was preceded by a public hearing concerning the budget.  During the public forum, no Henry County resident proposed nor asked any questions concerning the budget document.  A summary of the budget is available on the county's website

 On the economic development front, retail sales in the county continues to improve as tourism season is in full swing.  The county’s tourism authority has supported numerous fishing tournaments and other events throughout the county.  In addition, new housing starts are on the rise over the first six months of the previous fiscal year.  We anticipate this growth to continue through the 3rd quarter of this year.




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Henry County Commission Honors Dan Paschall for his Service to Henry County

Dan Paschall and County Mayor Brent Greer

Dan Paschall (left) listens as County Mayor Brent Greer reads a resolution honoring Paschall for his many years of service to the county as commissioner and county Board of Education member and  his work on several other committees. He also was presented a Loyal Patriot Award. Monday night marked Paschall’s last meeting as a commissioner. Photo by:  Bill McCutcheon, Paris Post Intelligencer


Springville Utility District reaches another major milestone with the topping out of their new water tower.  The tank will hold 150,000 gallons and will hold a 5 day supply of water should the supply from South Paris be interrupted.  Tank construction is estimated to be completed early to mid August.

Springville Utility District Gets New Water Storage Tank



Smallest Incorporated City in Forefront of Curbside Recycling 

Cottage Grove, Tenn.-The state of Tennessee’s smallest incorporated city--Cottage Grove, Tennessee--is at the forefront of Henry County’s recycling efforts.                    See WENK-WTPR Story Here


The Henry County Commission meets regularly on the 3rd Monday of each month.  The next County Commission Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 20  at 7PM.

View December 15th Commission Agenda/Resolutions Here

View 2014 Proposed Non-Profit List Here

View 2014/2015 Approved Budget Here

See minutes of previous meetings here.

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