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Lewis County Board of Commissioners

The Lewis County Board of Commissioners, as of 2022, consists of nine members elected from each of the nine County Commission Districts that make up Lewis County. The County Commission serves as Lewis County’s legislative body and oversees the fiscal and economic stability of the county.

The Lewis County Commission meets in the Commission Chambers on the top floor of the Lewis County Courthouse on the 3rd Monday of each month (EXCEPT if there is a holiday on a Monday which usually moves meeting dates back one week).

Pictured below are the individual commissioners along with the district they represent and their contact information:

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Larry Pigg

District 1

(931) 964-3375

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Brian Peery

District 2

(931) 285-2202

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Timmie Hinson

District 3

(931) 796-4344

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Kyle Bobo

District 4

(931) 628-1643

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Austin Carroll

District 5

(270) 887-5851

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Aren Ragsdale

District 6

(931) 628-8489

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Bradley Loveless

District 7

(931) 306-9605

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Bill Dyer

District 8

(931) 628-1116

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Caleb Feichtinger

District 9

(931) 628-0801



2020 Community Data Profile

Lewis County Mayor

Jonah Keltner

County Mayor Jonah Keltner is the chief financial officer for Lewis County.  As CFO, the County Mayor is responsible for compiling a budget for all county departments, offices and agencies, which he then presents to the Board of Commissioners for approval.  Once the budget is approved, the County Mayor routinely examines the accounts of all county offices to ensure they are being properly managed.

Mayor Keltner and his staff, which includes Houston Hamblin, Sandra Collins, and Renee Odom, are also responsible for administering the payroll function of all Lewis County Government employees, as well as managing various bank accounts, finance, accounts payable, accounts receivable and solid waste payment duties.  Additionally, the County Mayor’s office is responsible for supervising the county’s insurance and liability needs, administering employee benefits, and serves as the Lewis County Government human resources department.

The County Mayor serves as a non-voting, ex-officio member of the Board of Commissioners and on each committee of the Board of Commissioners, in addition to each board, commission, or authority of the county government.  The County Mayor has a large role of leadership throughout the community, and has the care and custody of all county property, unless it is placed with another official.




110 N Park Street, Room 108

Hohenwald, TN 38462

(931) 796-3378

8:00AM - 4:00PM

Monday - Friday

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