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Crossville Mayor Says Redesigned T-DOT Project Maintains Homestead Triangle

Crossville Mayor James Mayberry said he likes the changes T-DOT has made redesigning the US-127 and State Route 68 intersection. Mayberry said the new plan maintains the character of the Homestead triangle, a greenspace area important to the community. “It’s keeping the historic overview, but still yet it’s modernized with the traffic that we have to deal with today, which ... Read More »

Crossville Subdivision Speed Limit Reduction Could Be New Standard

The Crossville City Council reduced the speed limit of the Crossroad Village Subdivision Tuesday. Mayor James Mayberry said the speed limit for the newly built 60 home subdivision is now 25 mph. “They’re fairly close together and fairly close to the road,” Mayberry said. “There are basketball goals down by the road and so on and so fourth. Speed limit ... Read More »

Crossville Credits Cooperation To Deliver What Citizens Need

Crossville Mayor James Mayberry said cooperation and good character have been key to moving Crossville in the right direction. That’s part of the reasoning behind September’s Cooperation Month. Mayberry said it was not always easy to reach an agreement within the city council and with Cumberland County. However, Mayberry said the relationships have grown strong to reach goals benefiting the ... Read More »

No Tax Rate Raises For Crossville Residents

The City of Crossville passed a new fiscal year budget with no property tax increase. The tax rate remains at .5901 cents per $100 of assessed value. Mayor James Mayberry said the tax rate is one of the lowest in the state. “Our sales tax has not been hit as hard as bigger metro areas,” Mayberry said. “We raised our ... Read More »

Crossville Approves Hwy 127 Contracts

The Crossville City Council approved $1.4 million in contracts with T-DOT for the Highway 127 widening project. The contracts will begin the process of water and sewer easement acquisitions and relocations from Interstate 40 north to Potato Farm Road. The city currently has about $2.48 million in its utility system account with another $440,000 loan payment due on other projects. ... Read More »

AARP Designates Crossville an Age-Friendly Community

Generally, during monthly City Council meetings, Crossville Mayor James Mayberry is accustomed to making proclamations and presenting plaques to various recipients. However, earlier this week, members of the AARP turned the tables and made a presentation to Mayor Mayberry and other members of the community – including representatives from the Fairfield Glade and Lake Tansi Property Owners associations. AARP State ... Read More »