Shelby County commissioners plan investigation into county contracts

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SHELBY COUNTY, Tenn. – On Thursday, Shelby County commissioners voted to hire one or more experts to advise them on ways to increase the number of minority- and women-owned businesses getting county contracts.

Meanwhile, some commissioners were talking about ousting fellow commissioner Henri Brooks for violating residency rules.

Brooks also resigned her job at Methodist University Hospital following a highly publicized run-in with a hospital visitor.

Watch the video to hear what the Informed Sources team had to say.

3 comments

  • Hard Truths

    Terry Roland is no better than a mirror image of Henri Brooks — but he’s absolutely right about Henri Brooks.

    She does NOT meet the residency requirement for her office. She should be ousted from the County Commission.

    • Don

      TERRY ROLAND LIVES WHERE HE SHOULD BE AND HE HAS NO PROBLEMS. HE IS JUST TRYING TO KEEP THE COUNTY COMMISSION HONORABLE, THE COMMISSION NEED MORE LIKE HIM.

  • luvbreamfishin'

    If this was a reversed situation you think the shelby county commision would hire someone to investigate,,HECK NO they wouldn’t!

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