Paris approves city annexation, announces multiple proclamations


BLAIRSVILLLE, Ga. – Union County Sole Commissioner Lamar Paris approved city annexation from the city of Blairsville for a tract off of Pat Haralson Memorial Drive and approved several proclamations in his monthly meeting Thursday, April 19.

Paris explained a senior-living apartment development and a Fellowship of the Hills building project will be the main beneficiaries of a property annexation by the city of Blairsville. The city approved its end of the proposed annexation Tuesday, April 3, after two months of talks and negotiations between property owners falling within the annexation route, the developer of the proposed apartment complex and Fellowship of the Hills church.

The annexation route follows a 50-foot wide path from the current city limits through a portion of Butternut Creek Golf Course to the tract of land off of Pat Haralson Drive. As Paris explained, the annexation allows the city to provide and extend utilities to the tract of land to be annexed.

Paris also signed six proclamations during the meeting. The first officially designated May 3, 2018, as Union County Day of Prayer. According to the proclamation, in 1988, federal legislation, passed by both Houses of Congress and signed into effect by President Ronald Reagan, set aside the first Thursday in May each year as a National Day of Prayer. On hand for this year’s proclamation were Blairsville Mayor Jim Conley and civic leader Sharon Morrison. Of the day, Morrison stated, “Prayer changes things … (the nation) is very divided right now, among the country and the churches, and we just ask God to heal that.”

Peggy Deyton speaks of the importance of raising awareness of Parkinson’s Disease.

A proclamation declaring April to be Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month in Union County was announced by Paris. Local resident Peggy Deyton, who has Parkinson’s, spoke about the need for awareness and education of the disease. Deyton, who previously worked as Paris’ executive assistant, stated, “Parkinson’s Disease is one of the fastest growing diseases on the planet … to the extent that some have suggested it will soon become a pandemic.” Deyton continued to say that the number of people suffering from the disease has doubled in the last 25 years with approximately 6.9 million globally with Parkinson’s. Also, by 2040, it is projected that 14.2 million will have Parkinson’s world wide, and at present, the cause of the neurodegenerative disease remains unknown.

Paris also signed a proclamation declaring April to be National Donate Life Month in Union County. According to the proclamation, in Georgia alone, over 5,590 people await a life-saving or life-enhancing organ transplant and each day 22 people die while awaiting an organ transplant. However, more than 4.7 million Georgians have registered their decision to Donate Life via an organ transplant at or when receiving or renewing their driver’s license at a local driver’s license office.

Jennifer Addington, center, speaks of the dangers of food allergies as Union County Commissioner Lamar Paris, right, prepares to sign a proclamation declaring May 13-19 to be Food Allergy Awareness Week in Union County. Jennifer’s daughter, Abigail Addington, left, suffers from a severe food allergy.

A proclamation declaring May 13 through 19 to be Food Allergy Awareness Week in Union County was presented by Paris. On hand for the proclamation were Jennifer Addington and her daughter, Abigail, who has a severe food allergy. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 200,000 ambulatory care visits involving children under 18 in the U.S. are due reactions from food allergies. Jennifer Addington spoke of her own daughter’s allergy to certain foods and the overall importance of raising awareness saying, “Some people dismiss it as just an intolerance, but it’s a matter of life and death.”

Paris presented another proclamation declaring April to be Child Abuse Prevention Month in Union County. Paris spoke of the “sobering display” by Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), currently located on the lawn of the Historic Courthouse on the Blairsville Town Square. “This display consists of … 291 blue pinwheels, which represent the number of children in our district – I think it’s an 11-county district – who had to be removed from a home due to abuse or neglect this past year,” Paris stated.

Lastly, Paris announced a proclamation declaring April to be Confederate History and Heritage Month and April 26 to be Confederate Memorial Day in Union County. “It has been the practice of Georgia governors since 1984 to proclaim April 26 as Confederate Memorial Day,” Paris stated. “The month of April bears special significance since it marks both the beginning and the ending of the War Between the States.

Commissioner Paris signed an agreement with CHA Consulting, Inc. to provide design services to the county for the new access road to be located at the intersection of U.S. 76 and Glenn Gooch Bypass. The cost for the services are to exceed $44,513.00, according to the agreement. The access road will provide enhanced access to the Farmers Market and youth sports complex, and Paris stated, “Probably after the season, or maybe even during the season, we hope to have (the road) completed.”

An agreement with AMR Business Products was approved by Paris for remote software maintenance and services for system failures of the recording equipment at the 911 dispatch center. The cost of the agreement is $2,834 and the agreement is valid from March 12, 2018, to March 11, 2019.

Paris also approved an agreement for Indigent Defense Services from the Public Defender Office of the Enotah Judicial Circuit, which consists of Union, Lumpkin, White and Towns counties. Paris explained Union County’s share was $95,563 for services for fiscal year 2017-18.

An agreement with Air Methods Corporation for emergency air medical transport services for the county was approved by Paris in the amount of $57,320. The agreement will take effect June 1, 2018, and will run through May 31, 2019. Paris explained the county is only responsible for half of the total amount of the contract and stated, “We want to thank everyone involved in this decision, especially Air Methods and Union General Hospital. Without this assistance, this invaluable program to assist our citizens would not be possible.”

Paris approved an agreement between the county and Legacy Link for the required local share of $95,000 during the 2019 fiscal year. “These funds are used by the Area Agency on Aging as match to draw down the federal and state monies for administration, coordination, information and referral, employment and training of older workers and volunteer programs. This program is provided through the Union County Senior Center … We really appreciate all the work they do,” Paris stated.

An Accountability Courts grant in the amount of $30,000 for Family Drug Court was accepted by Paris.


Jason Beck

Born in Merrillville, Indiana, raised in Cleveland, Tennessee, and currently resides in Copperhill, Tennessee. Graduated from Bradley Central High School in 1996 and attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, eventually earning a B.A. and M.A. in English. Hobbies include hiking, camping and fly-fishing. Interests include baseball, hockey and cliff jumping.

Paris adopts fiscal year 2018 proposed budget


Sole Commissioner Lamar Paris

BLAIRSVILLE, Ga. – Sole Commissioner Lamar Paris convened the December commissioner’s meeting Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017, at 6 p.m. following the 2018 Budget hearing, which commenced at 5 p.m. at the Union County Court House. Laura Driscol, Union County Finance Director, was available at both the budget hearing and the commissioner’s meeting for questions. No comments were made at the budget hearing. Paris adopted the proposed budget at the commissioner’s meeting with Resolution R-2017-17.

Administration 487,270 SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Building Maintenance 835,609 Revenues 1,384,353
Elections 161,197 Expenditures 1,384,353
Inspection 234,767
Tax Commissioner 327,033 Revenues 7,840,200
Tax Assessor 332,479 Expenditures 7,840,200
Risk Management 240,000
Gen. Government Bldgs and Plant 293,014 Revenues 2,663,535
Judicial Administration 3,500 Expenditures 2,663,535
Superior Court 122,500
Clerk of Superior Court 280,098 DEBT SERVICE
District Attorney 97,011 Revenues 1,464,150
Magistrate Court 193,590 Expenditures 1,464,150
Probate Court 234,873
Juvenile Court 184,500
Grand Jury 1,200
Public Defender 85,000
Sheriff 2,743,644
Jail 1,622,332
SRO 162,153
Animal Control 154,972
Coroner 33,282
Ambulance 300,000
Fire 1,148,800
Highways and Streets 1,229,389
Solid Waste and Recycling 62,200
Maintenance and Shop 134,698
Health 152,386
Welfare 25,000
Senior Citizens Center 171,491
Community Center 59,420
City of Blairsville/ UGH 135,000
Transportation Services 84,640 REVENUES
Drug Court 1,000 Taxes 10,853,319
Culture/Recreation Administration 47,100 Sales tax 3,310,000
Library 263,500 Licenses and Permits 312,100
Conservation Administration 77,833 Charges for Services 244,900
Development Authority 170,000 Intergovernmental Revenues 551,173
Agricultural Resources 46,514 Fines and Forfeitures 513,000
Forest Resources 5,355 Investment Income 38,000
Engineering Planning & Land Use 148,242 Contributions and Donations 5,000
Economic Development 52,000 Miscellaneous 726,600
Operating Transfers to Other Funds 3,400,000 Other Financing Sources 60,500


The commissioner adopted Resolution R-2017-15 authorizing the filing of an application with the Georgia Department of Transportation and the United States Department of Transportation for a grant for public transportation assistance under Section 5311 of the Federal Transit Laws. He said the grant has historically paid for 40 to 45 percent of the cost of the Union County Transit System.

Resolution R-2017-16 was approved by Paris authorizing participation in the ACCG – Interlocal Risk Management Agency (IRMA) Supplemental Medical, Accident and Disability Fund for the purpose of providing coverage, by state law as of Jan. 1, 2018, for those risks imposed upon the county. This resolution, he said, authorizes him to sign a participation agreement with ACCG Insurance for the company to provide cancer insurance for all full-time and volunteer firefighters in Union County. The agreement, which Paris approved, between ACCG-IRMA and Union County for the county’s participation in the Firefighter’s Cancer Benefit Program will cost $12,225 per year.

Paris approved a notice to proceed for Stahlman-England Irrigation, Inc. to commence work in accordance with a contract dated Nov. 16, 2017, on Nov. 27, 2017. The work shall be completed on or before April 30, 2018.

A contract between Union County and Correctional Resource Group, a restaurant management and development firm located in McDonough, Georgia, to provide meals at the Union County Jail was approved by Paris. The contract meal price is guaranteed through Dec. 31, 2018. There is no increase in the meal price over last year. Paris said meals ran under $2 per unit.

The commissioner approved an amendment to the health services agreement between Union County and CorrectHealth Union, LLC to be effective Jan. 1, 2018, to Dec. 31, 2018. The contract price remains the same as last year at $12,279.84 per month. CorrectHealth Union, LLC manages the medical needs of inmates at the Union County Jail.

Out with the old, in with the new.

Paris approved a Business License for Rock Ridge Retreat, a cabin rental business located at 89 Flat Rock Ridge Road, Blairsville, Georgia. This is the only type of license issued in Union County, he said, for the purpose of collecting the hotel/motel tax.

In his commissioner’s comments, Paris remarked that the county made it through the first winter snow with a minimum of hardship and only one automobile accident with serious injuries. Paris also made mention of the retirement of the old courthouse video camera that uses VHS tapes and its replacement, a new digital video camera.

A question was raised regarding the cost to people who use the county transportation system. Paris responded that there had been no complaints about it, but if there were people who were financially strapped to use the system, they would need to contact Jenifer Queen at the Commissioner’s Office to see if some concession could be found. Queen said the fee to anyone who uses the system is $3 for the first mile and $0.25 per mile after that and that because state and federal funding is involved, the rules are very strict.

Another question was raised regarding the economic development of Union County, specifically, if any incentives were being offered to attract business to this area. Paris responded that it is still early in the recovery and nothing was being offered at this time. However, he said, Advanced Digital Cable is expanding their facility at the Industrial Park, doubling their square footage, so they can double their production. Also, he said, Advanced Corrugated Replacement will likely expand in the next year.


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Union General talks parking expansion during monthly board meeting

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BLAIRSVILLE, Ga. – Chief Executive Officer of Union General Hospital Lewis Kelley recommended to the hospital’s Board of Directors at their monthly meeting Tuesday, Nov. 28, to proceed with plans to expand parking at its Blairsville facility.

Kelley explained the hospital owns a forested strip of a land adjacent to Union General that, if cleared, would allow for approximately 50 more parking spaces. The lot, located just across Deep South Farm Road, would be used for employee parking and would make available more spaces in its main lot for patients and visitors to the hospital.

“We’re in desperate need of parking,” Kelley told the board. “If you come over here on some of our days, every piece of parking we have is full.”

Kelley stated about 50 trees would need to be cut and cleared, and the bid cost for site development is approximately $49,600. The CEO further explained paving for the lot would not be able to completed until spring; however, prior to the paving, the lot could be graveled to allow for sooner use. Kelley also stated the hospital would speak with Union County Sole Commissioner Lamar Paris about the possibility of adding a crosswalk with a caution light to provide employees safe crossing from the lot.

Though the amount for the project is under Kelley’s $50,000 spending limit, the CEO asked the board to approve the expenditure, which was approved unanimously.

Kelley also brought to the board’s attention the need to replace a piece of ear nose and throat (ENT) equipment for the operating room that failed two weeks prior to the meeting. According to Kelley, hospital officials are evaluating the situation and taking bids to replace the equipment. The equipment, Kelley stated, would cost between $190,000 to $225,000. Currently, the hospital is using a piece of equipment on loan from a private company until a permanent replacement can be attained, according to Kelley.

Also during the meeting, Julia Barnett, chief nursing officer for Union General, announced the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) gave the hospital a five-star rating for the quarter in its latest quality measures rating. “I just want you all to understand how hard that all of our folks have worked to get to a five-star rating,” Barnett said.

In addition, Chatuge Regional Hospital in Hiawassee received a four-star rating from CMS.

The board also approved the hospital’s updated Organizational Plan for Patient Care Services, which, according to Barnett, is a CMS required document that outlines and explains all of Union General’s patient services and is updated annually.

Chief Financial Officer Nick Townsend delivered the monthly financial statement and reported Union General has netted $2.5 million this fiscal year to date in comparison to $3.6 million this time last fiscal year. Rising healthcare and health insurance costs across the industry, Townsend stated, are contributing factors to the decrease.

Townsend also reported Union General received $74,000 from the Georgia Rural Hospital Tax Credit while Chatuge Regional received $17,000 from the tax credit. As for the hospital’s clinics, Townsend stated, “Overall visits continue to trend upward each month.”

Michael Gay, chief operating officer, presented a construction update for the hospital’s orthopedic wing expansion stating the demolition phase has been completed and walls have been constructed in the wing. Gay estimated a completion date of February 2018 for the construction.


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Jason Beck

Born in Merrillville, Indiana, raised in Cleveland, Tennessee, and currently resides in Copperhill, Tennessee. Graduated from Bradley Central High School in 1996 and attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, eventually earning a B.A. and M.A. in English. Hobbies include hiking, camping and fly-fishing. Interests include baseball, hockey and cliff jumping.

Sole Commissioner Paris Recognizes Outstanding Citizens, Secures Hwy 515 Access to Farmers Market


Lamar Paris congratulating Allison McGraw

Blairsville, GA – Union County Sole Commissioner Lamar Paris convened his September Meeting at the Union County Court House on Sept. 21, 2017 at 6 p.m.

Allison McGraw, known locally as “The 4-H Lady”, was recognized for her outstanding service to the community through 12 years of work with the UGA Extension as a family and consumer science agent and for her “unselfish dedication and unending compassion” in all the volunteer endeavors she has been involved with since her retirement in 1996. Paris said she was responsible for getting 2000 balloons aloft at the Hwy 515 opening. He declared Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 as Allison McGraw Appreciation Day in Union County.

Lamar Paris with UCSO Deputy David McGregor

David McGregor was recognized for his service to our country and in law enforcement. McGregor served in the United States Navy during the Vietnam years, was an Atlanta Police Officer and a Dekalb County Police Officer. In 1998, McGregor moved to Blairsville and, with another Dekalb County Police Officer, started the Blairsville Police Department and was “instrumental in setting up the Municipal Court and introducing a complete set of Ordinances”. In 2011, McGregor retired from the Blairsville Police Department and became a Union County Deputy Sheriff where he continues to serve our community. In all, McGregor has served over 50 years in public service. Paris declared Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 as David McGregor Appreciation Day in Union County. Sheriff Mack Mason, Chief Deputy John George and over a dozen UCSO Deputies and Blairsville Police Officers were on hand for the recognition.

Tract 4 not designated; intersection of Gooch Bypass and Hwy 515 at bottom left.

Paris announced an exchange and purchase agreement between Charles Jenkins, Edgar Jenkins, Marilyn Thomasson, Kenneth Jenkins and Patricia Chambers, and, Union County for Real Property located in Land Lot 269 9th District, 1st Section of Union County. The Jenkins agreed to transfer to Union County Tract 3 and Tract 4 totaling 1.13 acres and Union County agreed to transfer Tract 2 to the Jenkins which totals 1.02 acres plus $35,000 in additional compensation. This exchange and purchase allows Union County unobstructed access from Hwy. 515 to the Farmers Market and the adjoining Davenport property that Union County acquired in May 2017.

Paris also announced that the parcel of land acquired for the Union County 4-H Clay/Trap Shooting Range is no longer a viable location for that purpose due to recent residential developments being constructed in close proximity. As a result of this development, two Lease Agreements, at no cost to Union County, have been signed for access to a temporary location where clay shooters can practice. The first Lease Agreement is between William Lee Wood and Carol L. Wood, and, Union County for the use of a 5-acre tract of land located in Land Lot 251, 9th District, 1st Section of Union County to be used for a shooting range. The second Lease Agreement is between Joel Miller, Trustee of the Colwell Children’s Trust, and, Union County for ingress and egress along or about that road from Hwy 325 to the shooting range located on Hwy 325. Said access will cross that tract or parcel of land being described in Deed Book 864, Page 300-301.

A Second Reading and Acceptance of the Revised Union County Alcohol Ordinance was made by Paris. Copies of the Revised Ordinance may be obtained at the Union County Commissioner’s Office.

Paris declared Sept. 17 – Sept. 23, 2017 as Constitution Week in Union County and Constitution Day was declared as Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017.

Paris declared Sept. 22, 2017 as Surgical Technologists Day.

Resolution R-2017-13 adopting the Records Retention Schedules for Local Government Records established by the (Georgia) Secretary of State’s Office was accepted by Paris.

Pawnee Cherokee Daniel Horsechief next to statue of Native American stick ball player.

Paris accepted Lee Harkins Road into the county maintained road system.

In his Commissioner’s Comments, after the business of the Meeting was concluded, Paris praised the most recent class of Leadership Union for their hard work over a two year period to bring about the “We Are Still Here” event at Meeks Park, where a 10-foot tall bronze statue of a Native American stick ball player was unveiled on Thursday, Sept. 21st. A Pawnee Cherokee, Daniel Horsechief, of Oklahoma, cast the statue. It will serve as a reminder of the Native American roots of our community.



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Union County Fire Department Station 4 Open House a Fun Day for All

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Sole Commissioner Paris and Montana’s mom.

Blairsville, GA – On Saturday, May 20, 2017, UCFD Station 4 opened up their house to residents of Union County and plied them with hot dogs, burgers and soft drinks. UCFD Lieutenant David Ueltzen and the volunteers of Station 4 put the event together. Union County Fire Chief David and his wife were there along with along with UCFD Battalion Chief Richard Jones and Lieutenant Brent Long and his family. Sole Commissioner Lamar Paris was on hand to greet residents and sample the ‘dogs’; and there were lots of kids around to keep the adults busy.

Lt. Ueltzen, Chief and Mrs Dyer, Battalion Chief Jones and friend

How ’bout a dog?

One cold one comin’ up!

Station 4 Volunteer Montana Tinture and daughter

Station 4 volunteer Andy Tinture cookin’ up some ‘dogs’.

One resident of Union County made the suggestion that Station 4 develop a Website. Lt. Ueltzen thought that was a great idea; so, look for Station 4 on the Web soon.

There was a silent auction as well as a bundle of prizes that were given away to some happy visitors. All the items were donated by local businesses:
• Davis Jewelry of Blairsville
• Home Depot
• Walmart
• Chick-Fil-A
• Auto Zone
• O’Reilly Auto
• American Cowboy Store
• Ace Hardware
• Rose Auto
• Circuit World
• Pat’s Hallmark
• Brasstown Drug and Gun
• Fatz Restaurant
• Butternut Golf Course
• Union County Pool
• Christian Quilters

Lt. Brent Long and family.

All in all, it was a fun day for everyone. Lieutenant Ueltzen and the volunteers of Station 4 wish to thank all those residents who kindly donated to our cause.

Someone had a good time getting there!


Union County Commissioner Lamar Paris announces acquisition of property for recreational use


Union County Sole Commissioner Lamar Paris shows map of new land acquisition

Blairsville, GA – Union County Sole Commissioner Lamar Paris announced in his May Commissioner’s Meeting on May 18, 2017 that an Option Agreement between Union County and the Estate of Leon Davenport, Sydney Vandiver, Laurie Shelnut and Kenneth C. Chambers for a 90-day option had been executed to purchase the property located in Land Lot 269, 9th District, 1st Section of Union County. The cost of the option was $500. The parcel of land is 13.080 acres and runs generally north to south bordering the east side of Blairsville Farmer’s Market property which Union County already owns. The price of the land is $678,500; which is $51,873 per acre. Paris said he anticipates closing on the property in the next 45 days. He said the acquisition of this property is a boon for the citizens on Union County as it will enable the County to further expand its recreational capabilities. He expressed a heartfelt thank you to the Davenport Family for working with Union County in this matter; he said the original asking price was about $1.2M. The Davenport Family is excited for Union County to be able to utilize this property, he said.

Paris said work on the reconstruction of the Hunter-England House, the oldest house in the County and on the Farmer’s Market property, was going very well. He estimated it to be about 75 per cent complete at the time of this meeting, if you don’t count the chimney.

Work on the old Blairsville Graveyard, he said, is coming along well. He said that about two years ago it was established that there were 104 unmarked graves plus the 60-70 marked graves. He said that five of those graves are those of Confederate Veterans and that the Sons of Confederate Veterans had been instrumental in helping with the revamping of the old cemetery. “We owe it to those that came before us to at least take care of their graves”, he said.

Butternut Golf Course is getting a new irrigation system, said Paris. He said the cost will be in the $600-750K range. He said the old system, after over thirty years, finally gave out. It’s a big expense, he said, but a necessary one.

Paris said that the developers of Hidden Harbor out on Hwy 129 donated two acres of land (near the entrance) to Union County and the County bought another acre. He said a fire and rescue station is planned for that property and possibly a recycling center. He said preliminary grading might get started this year for that project.

Paris said that he, County Manager Larry Garrett and Magistrate Judge Cary Cox went to Washington D.C. earlier in the week and witnessed the Military Service and burial for Leon Davenport. He said the event was “indescribable”; that he didn’t think a President could have been treated any better. He said the three of them were as touched by the event as any three people could be. He said they marched with a group of about 35 people behind the caisson for about a third of a mile until they reached the burial site. It was something he said he’d never forget.

Paris approved the Business Licenses of MLFD, LLC, located at 58 Hawk Dr.; Premier Mountain Rentals, located at 670 Arrowood Landing and Cabins at Critter Crossing, located at 27 Critter Crossing.

Union County Resident Pat Thibodeaux, during public comment, asked Paris when the Union County Jail would get some attention. She said that she had toured the jail and that there were inmates sleeping in makeshift beds on the floor and others that had to be transported to surrounding county jails. Paris responded that the County Jail had been built by the previous Commissioner. He said that it had been built too small in the first place and that he had been compelled to sink $600-800K just into grading around it to keep it from sliding off the hill shortly after he took office. He said that he had replaced all the heating and AC units about four years ago. He said he had given the Sheriff’s Office the go-ahead to fix anything that breaks down. Normally, he said, overcrowding only happens for short periods of time. He said it is less expensive to house inmates at remote facilities than it would be to build a new facility. Paris said: “If they’re not having a good time over there, I don’t care. I want it to be rough on them”. He said where he draws the line is if the Deputies are not safe. That, he said, can’t happen. But, he said, he would not allow inmates, who caused problems for Union County citizens, to detract from County projects that benefit Union County citizens.

A video of the entire Meeting can be viewed here.

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