Supervisors advise new state senator

The Marshall County Board of Supervisors welcomed new District 10 State Senator Neil Whaley to the boardroom recently and offered some good advice.

Whaley, from Potts Camp, is serving out the term of former senator Bill Stone, who resigned his position in the Senate to take over the general manager’s position at the Holly Springs Utility Department.

Whaley said he will be totally accessible to the supervisors and his constituents in his new capacity.

He is serving Marshall and Tate counties.

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