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McMinnville Parks And Rec Seeking Public Input For Master Plan

McMinnville’s Parks and Rec Department is seeking public input to develop its five-year master plan. Director Michael Benusches said that the open house Thursday night at the Milner Center will have representatives from a Nashville consulting firm speak with residents about the strengths and weaknesses of their facilities. “What our community wants to see out of us in the next ... Read More »

White Co. Gets Public Input On Parks And Rec Master Plan

White County Parks and Recreation Committee held its first public meeting to start the process of creating a system-wide master plan. Chair Jayson McDonald said that the county noticed a need to create a five-year plan that would improve and enhance the activities it has to offer. “Disc golf, or whether it be walking trails, or greenways, or boat launch ... Read More »

TTU Finalizing Master Plan Update For Board Approval

Tennessee Tech reviewing its final draft to update its 2014 master plan for the Board of Trustees to consider come March. Capital Projects and Planning Director Jim Cobb said the university has been working on the revisions since fall 2019. “THEC requires us to revisit or redo the master plan every 10 years, and this 2014 plan that I mentioned ... Read More »

Monterey’s Meadow Creek Park 4-Phase Master Plan Complete

The future vision of Meadow Creek Park in Monterey will bring together community, ecology and recreation. The Board of Aldermen got its first look at the park master plan Monday. Cultural Administrator Rafferty Cleary said having that pathway to develop Meadow Creek is exciting. “To know that there is always going to be something going on out there through this ... Read More »

White County Working On Contract For Parks And Rec Master Plan

White County wants to enter into a consulting contract to create a 5-10 year parks and recreation master plan. County Executive Denny Wayne Robinson said the parks and rec committee has recommended moving forward with Nashville firm Ragan Smith Associates. “There going to do a survey of what we have to offer and what we possibly have to offer,” Robinson ... Read More »

Cookeville City Council Approves Final Draft Of Leisure Services Master Plan

Cookeville City Council approved the final draft of its ten-year Leisure Services Master Plan Thursday evening. Leisure Services Director Rick Woods said the plan will help in efforts to get parks and recreation grants for Cookeville. “And this is a requirement for eligibility for grants, including the LPRF grant administered by TDEC,” Woods said. “I’m very pleased with the outcome ... Read More »

Algood Park System Town Hall Focusing On Family Opportunities

Algood gave residents the chance to comment on the systemwide parks master plan during a Tuesday night town hall. Putnam County Commissioner Cathy Reel was in attendance and said she likes what she heard when it comes to affordable recreation opportunities in her district. “Not everybody gets to go to the Titans games in Nashville, or go to the Predators ... Read More »

Leisure Services Will Share Master Plan First Draft

Cookeville’s Leisure Services Department will unveil the first draft of its 10-year recreation master plan at a Monday public meeting. The draft is the result of research, surveys, and comparisons done by consulting group Kimley-Horn in partnership with the Leisure Services Department. Director Rick Woods said the master plan will as a road map for how Cookeville can improve its ... Read More »

The Monterey Man Behind The Meadow Creek Park Master Plan

Meadow Creek Park and the man behind its master plan is a perfect match for the Town of Monterey. Trevor Lee of Olin Studio is contracted with the town to complete the long term outlook for the some 300 acres. Lee said his family history in Monterey is why he is passionate about the project. “I grew up coming to ... Read More »

Jackson County Meeting Army Corps of Engineers For Roaring River Enhancements

Jackson County officials will meet with the Army Corps of Engineers Thursday to talk expansion and enhancements for Roaring River Park. Mayor Randy Heady said the Army Corps of Engineers has shown interest in improving the park themselves. Heady said they had floated the idea of adding things like a Frisbee golf course, however now the county has its own ... Read More »