A sizable amount of the work that goes on “behind the scenes” in local government is handled by boards; many of the boards are staffed by knowledgeable citizens who accept a nomination for a board position and are then approved by elected county leaders collectively; Hall County is no exception.
It seems that the Manager of Gainesville’s Convention and Visitors’ Bureau must have some fishing skills; Regina Dyer, it appears, knows a “bite” when she feels one. And it is apparent that Dyer has “set the hook” on a lucrative source of revenue for the city.
Students at eight schools in Hall County now have one more avenue of giving back to the community, something founders of Anchor International believe is a “need” the current generation has deep within them.
When the Gainesville City School Board of Education met Monday evening Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Williams said he wanted to add something to his recent list of legislative priorities, submitted in draft form to the Board at the November 6th work session.