Travel requests approved for county employees
By By Chris Allen Baker / staff writer
May 8, 2002
Six Lauderdale County employees will be heading to conferences and meetings out of town after receiving approval from the Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors.
County supervisors gave permission on Monday for the following travel requests:
n Shirley Adams, victim's assistance coordinator for the district attorney's office, will attend the 28th annual NOVA Victim Assistance Conference, Nashville, Aug. 18-23. The county will pay registration and travel expenses.
n Belinda Taft, comptroller, will attend an educational seminar by the Mississippi State Chapter of Certified Public Accountants regarding government accounting standards board requirements. The county will pay registration and travel expenses for the June 10 meeting in Jackson.
n Cathy Lummus, county engineer's office, will attend the meeting of the Mississippi Association of Floodplain Managers, May 22-24, in Jackson. The county will pay registration and travel expenses.
n County engineer Neal Carson, Ernest West and Harris Wilder will attend the Mississippi Public Works meeting in Philadelphia. The county will pay registration fees only; the date of the meeting was unavailable.
n Clarence Butler, county fire coordinator, and Teri Davenport, operations officer, will attend the Mississippi Emergency Management Association conference, June 4-9. The county will pay registration and travel expenses for the conference in Jackson.
n Bryon Dehek, sheriff deputy, and Tim Chesney, data processor, will attend a report writer class, May 15-16, in Port Allen, La. The county will cover $750 for the two-day class and $70 for a per diem.