"We decided to do it this way because it seemed silly to have to meet all the time in order to approve these applications. The committee does have the right, though, to ultimately reject all of them if it decides," Sabine said.
Over the past year, a chainsaw-carved nativity scene has been there as well as a massive carving of the Last Supper.
The free speech zone began in 2006 after the American Civil Liberties Union in Nashville sent the county a letter asking if the display of a Moses statue meant the county was creating a free speech zone.
The displays by various people and organizations have continued since. Hill said unless the situation gets out of hand, he feels the current policy will continue.