REVISED SPECIAL CALL BOMA MEETING AGENDA

CITY OF MANCHESTER SPECIAL CALL BOMA MEETING AGENDA BOARD ROOM July 30, 2018 6:00 P.M. Call to order: Pursuant to a call by Mayor Lonnie Norman, there will be a special called Board Meeting on July 30th at 6:00 p.m. for the following resolutions and ordinances: Ordinances: Ordinances: a)2nd reading of an ordinance of the …

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Tennessee Department of Health Announces Tullahoma Grant

The Tennessee Department of Health is pleased to announce recipients of the Access to Health through Healthy Active Built Environment grants, who are collectively being awarded more than $1.8 million in grant funding. The purpose of the grants is to award funding to communities to plan, develop, implement and assess sustainable projects and programs to …

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Fayetteville Man is on Tennessee’s Most Wanted

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has a new addition to its ‘Top 10 Most Wanted’ list: William Barnard Hawk, of Fayetteville. Hawk, age 50 is wanted by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department and TBI to face a charge of Attempted Criminal Homicide in connection to an incident that occurred in the Park City area on …

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Story of Tullahoma Art Sculpture Now on Display

After several months of collaboration between the City of Tullahoma, the Tullahoma Art Center and the senior community members, the Trash to Treasure art sculpture, The Story of Tullahoma, has been set in place at CD Stamps Recreation Center. This community art piece is now on display at CD Stamps Recreation Center 810 S Jackson …

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Video from July 12th Political Forum

Thank you to Al White Ford/Lincoln for sponsoring the video production of the political forum. “you can trade right, with Al White” 2002 Hillsboro Blvd, Manchester 931-728-2402 Candidates for Trustee, Road Superintendent, County Clerk Candidates for Coffee County Mayor Candidates for County Court Clerk and Register of Deeds Candidates for Coffee County Sheriff School Board …

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Political Forum News and Early Voting Starts Friday (13th)

The Manchester Times and Thunder Radio hosted a political forum on Thursday evening at “The Church at 117.” Candidates for Road Superintendent, Trustee, Circuit Court Clerk, County Mayor, Register of Deeds, County Clerk, school board, aldermen and Sheriff gave speeches and answered questions during the event. If you missed the forum or would like to …

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Former Grundy County Pastor Indicted, Accused of Attempted Child Rape

A grand jury indicted a former Grundy County pastor this week, who is accused of attempted child rape. District Attorney Mike Taylor told WRCB-TV that 48-year-old William E. “Tim” Smith, Jr. was indicted on charges of attempted rape of a child, aggravated sexual battery and possession of a controlled substance. Smith is accused of trying …

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Motlow Now Offering Associate of Science in Agriculture Degrees

Tennessee’s rural communities have a new pathway to higher education. This fall, Motlow State Community College will be offering associate of science degrees in agricultural business and animal science at the Fayetteville campus. The new degrees are part of the Tennessee Transfer Pathway program allowing students to earn an associate degree at Motlow while being …

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Tennessee Planning Execution Next Month

Tennessee’s first execution in almost a decade is now scheduled for next month. Fifty-nine-year-old Billy Ray Irick is set to die August 9th. He raped and killed a 7-year-old girl in Knox County 33 years ago. He is one of 60 people currently on death row. WBIR-TV reports that the Tennessee Department of Correction says …

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New Dog Park to be built in Manchester

The Boyd Foundation introduced the Tennessee Dog Park Dash earlier this year, a multi-year commitment toward making Tennessee the most pet-friendly state in America. Through the program, The Boyd Foundation will award a $1 million annual donation for building and enhancement of dog parks in communities across the state. The Tennessee Dog Park Dash will …

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