Wednesday, September 1, 2010 at 10:37 am (Updated: September 2, 5:39 pm)
During the campaign for Roane County executive, Ron Woody promised to make changes to the emergency management department. He was true to his word.
Shortly after being sworn in at the courthouse Wednesday morning, Woody said emergency management director Howie Rose and assistant director Scott Stout will each have a 9 percent pay reduction.
“We will save enough money on the 9 percent to pay someone part time to come in and give us some leadership and direction,” Woody said.
That person has already been hired.
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