Commission votes down $76 million school developing approach

Maury County Commission Chair Don Morrow attends a county commission meeting in side the Tom Primm Commission Meeting Room in Columbia, Tenn., on Monday, July 19, 2021.

Pursuing an evening of extreme discussion, the Maury County Fee unsuccessful to pass the county college district’s $76 million funds jobs finances for the 2021-22 fiscal 12 months that would make it possible for the building of new schools.

If passed, the proposed funds resolution would have licensed the county to borrow a typical obligation bond, spurring an boost in property taxes.

The resolution narrowly failed, 10-11, all through Monday’s complete fee conference, leaving the university district’s 5-12 months prepare for new amenities and renovations unfunded.

Commissioners Talvin Barner, Wayne Patterson, Terry Potts, Michelle Haney, Connie Eco-friendly, Gary Stovall, Linda Whiteside, Debbie Turner, Kevin Markham, Tommy Wolaver and David Mischke voted in opposition to the proposed budget, though Eric Previti, Craig Harris, Brian McKelvy, Jordon Shaw, Larry Brown, Gwynne Evans, Don Morrow, Ken Financial institutions, Scott Sumners and Sue Stephenson cast their votes in favor of the prepare.