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County considers lease extension for UCHRA
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The full Warren County Commission will determine whether to continue the lease agreement with UCHRA for $22,734 a year.

A lease between Warren County and Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency is under consideration.
“I’ve got a resolution to redo the lease for UCHRA,” said County Executive Herschel Wells. “It’s for $1,894.50 a month, which comes to $22,734 a year.”
Meeting to review the measure were members of the county Building and Grounds Committee, who unanimously approved sending the resolution to the full Warren County Commission for its consideration.
UCHRA is housed in the county’s Administrative Office Building on Locust Street in Suite 16. The service was established by the Tennessee General Assembly in 1973 to be the delivery system for human resources in the 14 counties of the region. UCHRA supplies a wide range of services that use a combination of funds from federal, state and local organizations to meet the needs of the communities it service.
Among the services offered are: job access program, low-income home energy assistance, nutrition for older adults and adults with disabilities, personal care services, child and adult care food program, and UCHRA public transportation services, just to name a few.
If you or anyone you know needs assistance, UCHRA can be reached at 473-6652. More information can be found online at www.uchra.com/warrencounty.html.
The current UCHRA lease expires in July.