Property Assessor - Randy Turner   Leave Comment
901 Main Street; Suite 106
Maynardville, TN 37807
Phone: 865-992-3211
E-Mail: randy.turner@cot.tn.gov
Micheal Williams   Leave Comment
1423199830.jpg“I have the experience and the ability to work with groups statewide to help make Union County an even better place to live. One area we absolutely must improve is reducing the drop-out rate in order for Union County to compete in the world arena for higher paying jobs. Union County has unused and underutilized natural and home-grown assets which can be advertised and marketed to bring in business and industry, including attracting more tourism and travel dollars. It’s time we put all of our beautiful lakes, streams, mountains, and valleys to work along with the hard work ethic of the people who are the greatest resource Union County has.”

Mike Williams wants to open up the process of county government so that the people can see what really goes on. Williams offers to bring accountability to purchasing, funding, budgeting, and auditing of the people’s tax dollars.

“Government didn’t make those tax dollars. The people did and the people have a right to know those dollars are spent wisely, correctly, and in accordance with the law,” said Mike Williams.

901 Main Street, Suite 100

Maynardville, TN 37807

Phone: 865-992-3061

Fax: 865-992-1937

E-Mail: mikewilliams@unioncountytn.org

Debra Keck, Administrative Assistant
Judge Darryl Edmondson   Leave Comment
1429731129.jpgMarried to Sandra Foust Edmondson, they have two sons Darrick Logan and Dylan Tyler. The Edmondsons attend church at Little Valley Baptist Church.

Judge Edmondson received his B.A. Degree from Lincoln Memorial University and J.D. from the University of Tennessee School of Law. Since 1987, He has practiced law in Union County with office located in the old Howard Collett Building. Over the years Judge Edmondson has been very active in myriad community and public service organizations.

Administrative Assistant: Kim Miniard

901 MainStreet, Suite 204
Maynardville, TN 37807
(865) 992-7375
Clerk and Master Sandra Edmondson   Leave Comment
My name is Sandra Edmondson. I was appointed to the office of Clerk and Master for Union County on February 1, 2014. I am married to Darryl Edmondson. We have two children, Darrick and Dylan.

My past work experience in my husband’s law office for many years, where I prepared legal documents and did legal research, has greatly aided me in the performance of my duties as Clerk and Master.

I previously worked for a municipality, the City of Maynardville and for Congressman Fleischman in his congressional office for several years, which has taught me that serving the public in a friendly and efficient manner is always first priority.

Please feel free to call or come by the office if you need assistance, or to just say hello.

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8am-4pm
901 Main Street

Suite 206
Maynardville, TN 37807
Phone: 865-992-5942
Fax: 865-992-9338
Email: sedmondson@unioncountytn.org
Circuit, General Sessions & Juvenile Court Clerk   Leave Comment
1442024471.jpgCourt Clerks ensures the efficient operation of state courts by maintaining dockets and records, handling administrative matters and serving as goodwill ambassadors to the public. The responsibilities and duties of the Court Clerk served an important role in the operation of the court system. The clerk attends sessions of court with all the papers in the cases on the docket. The Clerk usually keeps minutes of the Court. That can be done in well-bound book or by electronic format so long as certain rules relating to the safe-keeping of the records are followed. The clerk deals with voluminous paperwork and the storage and retention of documents are important considerations. When a case is appealed from a court of record, the clerk compiles the record needed for the appeal, and it is extremely important that the records of the clerk’s office be well organized and accurate.

The clerk maintains the rule docket and execution docket in which all court judgments or decrees are entered in order of rendition by the court and in which all receipts and disbursements in a case are entered. The clerk collects state and county litigation taxes, criminal injuries compensation tax, county expense fees, funds for the impaired driver’s trust fund, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation fees, misdemeanant jail per diems, fines, sheriff’s fees, clerk’s fees, witness fees, judgments, restitution, other taxes and other items of court costs. The clerk prepares bills of costs in cases, account for these monies and make collection efforts when these amounts are unpaid. The clerk collects fees for their office according to the clerk’s fee statute and other applicable statutes.

The clerk maintains a general ledger to account for and summarize the cash transactions of the office and issue receipts for all collections. The clerk often serves in a fiduciary capacity to invest funds held for third parties. Additionally, the clerk may collect support, including alimony and child support, pursuant to court orders and the general law.

The clerk also writes and issues state and civil warrants, subpoenas, show cause orders and jury duty notification.

* The court clerk has an official duty to attend meetings of the state court clerk’s conference unless the clerk is otherwise officially engaged or is unable to attend for good and sufficient reasons. T.C.A. 18-1-501 et seq.

Barbara Jean Williams is a life long resident of Union County and a 1972 graduate of Horace Maynard High School. Barbara was elected as Circuit Court Clerk in 2002. Prior to her election she worked in the Union County School System for 22 years as Administrative Assistant and Bookkeeper.

Barbara and her husband, Ralph, have been married since December of 1975. Ralph is a Vietnam Veteran and owns and operates an excavating/trucking business. They have five children and eight grandchildren between them. They reside in Maynardville and are members of Hubbs Grove Church. Barbara is the daughter of Mrs. Ida Mae Monroe of Maynardville and the late John R. Essary of Tazewell.

Barbara is very active in her community and is presently a member of County Officials Association of Tennessee, a member of the State’s Court Association of Eastern Tennessee, a member of Leadership Class 2004, a member of the Business & Professional Association, member of the Union County Cancer Relay for Life, coordinator of the annual UCHS Veterans Day Program and named Union County’s Woman of the Year for 2008. She enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, reading and gardening.

Union County Circuit, General Sessions, and Juvenile Court Clerk

901 Main Street, Suite 201
Maynardville, TN 37807

Phone (865) 992-5493
Fax (865) 992-8099
E-mail address: barbara.williams@tncourts.gov
Website: http://www.circuitcourtclerk.unioncountytn.com

Office Hours
Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
County Clerk Pam Ailor   Leave Comment
The County Clerk is a constitutional officer and is elected every four years. The duties of the Clerk's Office are set forth by the legislature. These duties include issuing marriage licenses, business licenses, hunting/fishing licenses, and vehicle registrations. The County Clerk receives fees for these transactions as set by state law. The County Clerk's office also keeps the official records of the County Commission.

825 Main Street
Maynardville, TN 37807

Phone: 865-992-8043
E-Mail: pam.ailor@tn.gov
County Trustee Gina Buckner   Leave Comment


e-mail Trustee's Office at:
Trustee@UnionCountyTn.org
(865)992-5943
Union County Director of Finance Ann S. Dyer   Leave Comment
Ann S. Dyer Appointed 2012
Union County Director of Finance
E-mail: AnnDyer@unioncountytn.org
865-658-3400 (phone)
865-329-7428 (fax)

300 Main Street
Maynardville, TN 37807
Register of Deeds Mary Beth Kitts   Leave Comment
Ms. Kitts attends church at Hubbs Grove Baptist Church. She has worked as a bookkeeper for Valley Energy Corporation and ten years as Legal Secretary for K. David Myers, Attorney at Law.

Mary Beth is Chairperson for the American Cancer Society of Union County Relay for Life 2003 and 2004; Board Member and volunteer for Keep Union County Beautiful; Board Member of the Leadership Union County and Graduate of Leadership Class of 2003; volunteer for Toys for Tots; member of Union County Chamber of Commerce; member of County Officials Association; member of East Tennessee Registers Association; and presently a member of the Regional Leadership Class of 2004.

Lifelong resident of Union County, Mary Beth is married to Hugh Kitts. They have one son, Cody.

She was elected to Register of Deeds office in 1998. The Register of Deeds office was the first office of the Courthouse to become totally computerized in 2000. Office hours are 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday thru Friday. This office records and maintains all Warranty Deeds, Trust Deeds, Charters, Release Deeds, Affidavits, Power of Attorneys, Leases, State and Federal Liens and Judgment Liens. This office is mainly used by attorneys and Title Searchers to do Title Examinations for Banks and Mortgage Companies. We also have recorded instruments that date back to 1856. This helps the public to run their family tree. We receive money on a daily basis, make daily deposits, and maintain daily and monthly reports that show how this money is disbursed.

901 Main Street, Suite 105
Maynardville, TN 37807

Phone: 865-992-8024 - FAX 865-992-8025
E-mail: registerofdeedsunioncounty@hotmail.com

Ann Lutner - Deputy Register
Renea Anderson - Deputy Register
Election Registrar Deborah C. Viles   Leave Comment
Deborah C. Viles
Administrator of Elections
PO Box 39
901 Main Street, Suite 108
Maynardville, TN 37807
Phone 865-992-3471
Fax 865-992-7360
email: Dviles@unioncountytn.org
Pat Sexton, Deputy Administrator
W. David Cox Road Superintendent   Leave Comment
Elected August 2012
865-992-5286 (phone)
865-992-9967 (fax)

E-mail: williedcox9@gmail.com

PO Box 175
707 Highway 61 E.
Maynardville, TN 37807
Union County, Tennessee Historian   Leave Comment
Bonnie Heiskell Peters began significant history projects upon her retirement in 1990 and was appointed Union County Historian in February of 1994. She grew up in Union County and became a career federal employee. She spent most of her career in intergovernmental relations, coordinating federal projects with state and local governments and with the President's Office of Management and Budget. She also served as TVA liaison with the U.S. Agency for International Development for TVA's work in third world countries. Bonnie managed the TVA Employee Suggestion Program for 34,000 employees. Educated at Strayer College and The University of Tennessee, she holds a B.S. degree in Education and CPS certification. She has numerous professional and community affiliations, founded Adopt-A-Spot (a Beautification Program (1982)), and she has served on several boards, among them, are Friends of the Maynardville Public Library; the Knoxville YWCA and Fountainhead Conservatory of Music Board of Directors; Union County Historical Society, Union County Business and Professional Association; Knoxville Friends of the Library, Knoxville Dulcimer Club, the Southern Regional Steering Committee, Child Welfare League of America, Florence Crittenton Agency, United Way, and Tennessee's Bicentennial Committee. National endeavors are Tennessee Civil War Preservation Association and Union County Cemeteries Association.