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Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services Recognized at Utility Council Meeting

Recognized at the meeting yesterday were (left to right) Zach Arnold, City of Holly Springs, Tim Prather, Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tamarin Gullett, Accreditation Manager for Cherokee County Fire, Josh Rogers, City of Holly Springs, Kristi Bosch, City of Waleska, (Cherokee County), Lori Jones, GUCC Cherokee County Chairman, Meghan Wade, GA811 President and Carroll Millsaps, GUCC Cherokee County Co-Director (GA Power). Not pictured: Geoff Morton, Cherokee County, Karla Weaver, City of Ball Ground and Pat Flood and Robert Mull, City of Woodstock.
Recognized at the meeting yesterday were (left to right) Zach Arnold, City of Holly Springs, Tim Prather, Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tamarin Gullett, Accreditation Manager for Cherokee County Fire, Josh Rogers, City of Holly Springs, Kristi Bosch, City of Waleska, (Cherokee County), Lori Jones, GUCC Cherokee County Chairman, Meghan Wade, GA811 President and Carroll Millsaps, GUCC Cherokee County Co-Director (GA Power). Not pictured: Geoff Morton, Cherokee County, Karla Weaver, City of Ball Ground and Pat Flood and Robert Mull, City of Woodstock. (click image for slideshow)
October 18, 2018 | Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services was recognized yesterday at the regular monthly meeting of the Utility Coordinating Council (UCC) that was held at Fields Landing Park. Lori Jones, who works with Cherokee County Engineering and is Chairman of the local GUCC, said “We wanted to thank and recognize all who participated in the “Safe Digging Proclamations” this year by inviting them to our luncheon meeting. The ones who participated were the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners, City of Holly Springs, City of Ball Ground, City of Woodstock, City of Waleska and last but not least, the first fire department in the state to make a proclamation, Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services! These “Safe Digging” Proclamations this year has resulted in new work relationships and strengthened Cherokee County as a whole. ... (read complete story)

Meghan Wade, GA811 President, was the guest speaker at the meeting.
Meghan Wade, GA811 President, was the guest speaker at the meeting.
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Burning is allowed between the dates of October, 1st 2018 and through April 30th, 2019.

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