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Commissioners to vote on Grant Coordinator position Monday night

shirleyNANNEY

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Several important decisions will  be made by commissioners when the Carroll County Legislative Body meets Monday night at 7 p.m. at the Carroll County Office Complex.

To be brought before the 21 commissioners is whether to hire a grant coordinator to look for and seek grants for all county departments.

County Mayor Joseph Butler would serve as the supervisor. The person would lead in research, writing, and submission within the grant process, manage post award fiscal administration, monitoring, and compliance; support the county’s purchasing and bid process to drive efficiency and competitiveness, work closely with the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and other stakeholders in economic through grant planning and opportunities and community development. The person would be cross-trained to provide support in bookkeeping and purchasing in the County Mayor’s Office. This would all be with the goal of providing a positive economic impact on the Carroll County community.

The person should have a Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Public Adiimstration, or relevant field; or equivalent proven grant experience. 

Examples the grant coordinator would have to deal with would include administering two separate grants for Carroll Academy totaling $1,743,884, and administering $5,400,000 in ARPA funds.

The salary and compensation for a year would be $45,865.63.

A resolution is on the agenda to authorize a contract submittal and contract agreement with the Tennessee Department of Transportation for assistance in construction and completion of an industrial access highway.

VP Facing Fuels of of Huntingdon plans to expand their operations in Carroll County in the purchase of a new facility on Rochelle Road of McKenzie. The construction of an industrial access road is needed to serve the plant and future facilities on the McKenzie Industrial site.

The total cost is $2,410,000 with no local funds involved.

A resolution will ask commissioners to pledge $50,000 of American Rescue Plan Act Funds for a new roof for the courthouse. Already, $130,000 ARPA has been pledged toward the the $171,215 bid. 

If commissioners pass a resolution to provide $40,000 In ARPA funds to the 80 Carroll County Board of Education employees, each one will receive a bonus of $500 each.

A resolution is on the agenda that will amend the General Fund Budget to decrease the salary of the Civic Center director by $15,000 and increase the airport manager’s salary by that much.

In other business, commissioners will vote on:

* A resolution to appoint Brittany Fowler, Philip Moore and Joey Simmons to the Carroll County Agricultural Extension Boar.

• A resolution to reappoint Willie Huffman and appoint Dr. Paul Evans to the Carroll County Airport Board.

• A resolution to reappoint Keith Priestley to the Carroll County Health and Educational Facilities Board.

• the election of notaries.

* a report on debt obligation.

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