Leadership class of 2021 learns lessons of local government

assistant district attorney speaking to adults about District Attorney job.

Assistant District Attorney Matthew McClung discusses the duties of the District Attorney General with the Leadership Union County Class of 2021 of Glenda Phillips, Alyshia Victoria, and Gordon Bright along with Colleen Beeler, LUC President.

Colleen Beeler, Leadership Union County President, introduced the Class of 2021 to Government Day on July 20.
The itinerary began with a trip to the Union County courthouse to become acquainted with the elected officials. Kicking off the day was Judge Darryl Edmondson, Sessions and Juvenile Court, who related the duties of the various courts.

Meet the Union County, Tennessee, County Attorney

David Myers, County Attorney

Whether an elected official or appointed official, there are hundreds of people serving Maynardville and its neighboring communities within Union County in local, county, and state government offices every day. Some carry familiar titles (thanks to fictional TV characters and highly publicized local elections), such as City Commissioner, Mayor, or County Sheriff. There are dozens of other titles, not as commonly known but no less vital, that are given to people who are as dedicated to our communities as high-profile positions.

County Commission Continues to Support Growth in Union County

Union County Commission Members

The latest Union County Commission meeting was held on Monday, July 22 at 7:00pm at Union County Courthouse. The meeting was opened with invocation by Commissioner Jody Smith and the pledge led by Commissioner Bill Cox. All commissioners were in attendance, with the exception of Janet Holloway.