GOLDSWORTHY NAMED TO AIR QUALITY BOARD 

GOLDSWORTHY NAMED TO AIR QUALITY BOARD

East Tennessee's loss is Shelby County's gain in one recent respect. Germantown Mayor Sharon Goldsworthy has been named the municipal-government member of the 14-member state air Pollution Control Board. Goldsworthy was one of three mayors (the others being Ashe and Pulaski Mayor Dan Speer) nominated for the seat by the Tennessee Municipal League. She was selected by Governor Don Sundquist, at least partly because West Tennessee had been under-represented on the board, according to Elizabeth Phillips, a spokesperson for Sundquist.

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