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Supervisor named to special committee

By Staff
special to The Star
July 12, 2002
Paul Mosley, Clarke County District 4 Supervisor since 1991, has been elected to serve on the Mississippi Association of Supervisors Legislative Committee.
Nominated and ratified at the annual meeting of the statewide Planning and Development Districts, this will be Mosley's seventh consecutive year to serve as a member of this legislative committee.
Clarke County is a member of the East Central Planning and Development District. Other counties in the district are Jasper, Kemper, Lauderdale, Leake, Neshoba, Newton, Scott and Smith.
Mosley is a member of the Clarke County Chamber of Commerce, Noon's Lions Club and the Clarke County Economic Development Board. He serves as president of the Clarke County Board of Supervisors.
Mosley is a graduate of Clarkdale High School, Meridian Junior College and the University of Southern Mississippi.
He currently lives in the Snell Community of Clarke County with his two children and serves as a trustee at the Snell Church of God.