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Adams recognized for winning 11th term as county commissioner

October 3, 2018

Bill Adams
Bill Adams

By Tamas Mondovics
Editor

Recently reelected Johnson County Commissioner Bill Adams (District 1) smiles while proudly holding a plaque of special appreciation acknowledging his longtime service for the citizens of his district. County Mayor, Mike Taylor presented Adams with the award along with a letter from Tennessee County Commissioners Association, Executive Director Charles Curtiss, which was read to all present.

“I wanted to congratulate you for the job you have done and will continue to do for your district,” Curtis stated in his letter.

Curtis emphasized that very few people are elected beyond five terms as commissioners and that the fact that Adams is beginning
his 11th term “speaks volumes.” This achievement reinforces that the citizens of your district trust you and are happy with the job that you are doing for them and Johnson County overall,” Curtis said.

The director also noted that in his opinion there are only two types of public servants: those who care and those who pretend to care.
“It is obvious that you truly care for the people you represent,” he said.

Congratulations to you, Bill. Keep up the good work.