The Crossville City Council on Tuesday night voted unanimously to select Mr. Adams to take the place of the retiring city manager Ted Meadows. Crossville which is a retirement and recreational center, has 12,000 residents. It owns the local water company and has 168 city employees. His first day on the job in Crossville is May 17.
Mayor Graham says Commissioner Adams' 22-years of experience will be an asset to their community. The city manager job pays 105-thousand-dollars a year and comes along with a new Impala.