Former Niota Mayor Speaks on Current Town Problems

Reported by: James Mahon
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Updated: 4/24/2013 11:45 pm
        NIOTA, TN, (WDEF)-After five days without insurance, Niota has been given a lease of life with a 60 day period where services will be returned to the historical Tennessee town.
        After complaints against local commissioners by staff members of harassment many in the community told News 12, they are fed up and annoyed.
        An emergency meeting was called last night and former Mayor Cecil Black gave us his view from his nursing home nearby in Athens.
        Black is concerned "Niota is going to have to pay up", he added that he is concerned for the towns future.
        He feels this is a "touchy subject" and many in the community are afraid to talk about the issues that have left them without basic fire and police services.
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