(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — State Representative Clark Boyd (R-Lebanon) recently met with Cannon County’s newly elected leaders, as well as officials from various state departments in efforts to better meet the needs of the county’s citizens.
The meeting was held at the Cordell Hull Building earlier this week and included Mayor/County Executive Brent Bush, Commissioners Kim Davenport, Jeannine Floyd, and Ronnie Mahaffey, as well as Director of Schools, Freddie Curtis.
Representative Boyd and the group met with officials from the Comptroller’s Office, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD), Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation (TDEC), the Office of Research & Education Accountability (OREA), and the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) to determine how their strategic partnerships can better improve community conditions.
“The citizens of Cannon County have some very strong needs in these specific areas that we must continue to address,” said Representative Boyd. “Together, I know our newly elected leaders, myself, and the departments who participated in this meeting will work together and identify additional resources to better address the critical and evolving needs of Cannon County.”
Clark Boyd serves as a member of the House Insurance & Banking Committee. He is also a member of the House Consumer & Human Resources Committee and Subcommittee. Boyd lives in Lebanon and represents House District 46, which includes Cannon, and part of Wilson and Dekalb Counties. He can be reached by email at: Rep.Clark.Boyd@capitol.tn.gov or by calling (615) 741-7086.