Out and About – August 2018

Award-winning guard Rob Gray signs with Houston Rockets…

Traffic stop.

Poor Markie at the drive through telling me that they couldn’t broil burgers.

Public comments are often a good way to bring awareness to boards. Complaints of noise from the gun club have abated.

Health department talks of the delays in inspections and permits.

Thanks to the citizens who take an active interest in local government.

Making a video.

Michelle Daigle’s artwork is for sale at My Green Room in downtown Rutherfordton.

Tommy’s Corner Barbecue is now open until 3 p.m. Great news for the late lunch bunch.

Seth Watson, manager of 53 bank in Rutherfordton, hears my dismay at this branch closing in October.

Outgoing Tourism Development Authority board chair Richard Lundy says his farewell. As manager of the WEG/TIEC housing needs, Lundy will have his hands full.

Willard Whitson was named board chair for the TDA.

Public Comments – Madge Flack was back before the commissioners regarding the flooding issues with construction on the Rails to Trails. She stated she was NOT going to sell her property for the construction of a hotel.

 Butterflies stop by on their migration.