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This Week Cookeville Planning Considers Subdivisions, Monterey Street Committee Meets

This week in the Upper Cumberland the Cookeville Planning Commission will meet Monday. A preliminary Plat for 132 lots along East Spring Street the largest development being considered. Members will gather at the Cookeville Municipal Building at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Cookeville Regional Medical Center Committees will meet in a work session to prepare for its full meeting. The meeting ... Read More »

Byrdstown Holds Initial Meeting for Upcoming 5k

The City of Byrdstown held its initial meeting Thursday to discuss their upcoming 5k run this Fall in benefit of St. Jude. The meeting consisted of changing the event’s date to October 22nd. Mayor Sam Gibson said the local officials changed the date in order to allow more people to participate. “Before, it was held during Fall break here at ... Read More »

White Co BOE Postpones Selling Central View School

After eight months of discussion, the White County School Board decided to postpone selling the Central View School building. Members voted 4-2 Thursday on a twice amended motion to not sell the property until October 31st 2024. The motion includes a contingency that if facility upkeep exceeds $100,000 per year that the school board could revisit dealing the property. The ... Read More »

Putnam Schools Calls Special Meeting To Discuss New Park View School

Putnam County School Board has called a special called meeting Wednesday evening. The board will discuss the next steps for the future Park View School project. Director of Schools Corby King said Monday night the project cannot move forward in the current financing plan. The meeting will be held at 5:15 p.m. at the Board of Education. Read More »

This Week Overton Considers Land Purchase, Livingston Aldermen Meet

This week in the Upper Cumberland the Overton County Commission will consider purchasing over 200 acres Monday. A $2.3 million price tag for 210 acres in Rickman. The purchase has been recommended by the county’s industrial board and budget committee. The meeting starts at 5:00 p.m. Monday. A healthy turnout expected at the Livingston Board of Aldermen meeting Monday as ... Read More »

This Week Livingston Aldermen Meet, White BOE Works On Budget

This week in the Upper Cumberland the Livingston Board of Aldermen will meet Monday at 6:00 p.m. The regularly scheduled meeting comes just three days after the State Comptroller Office sited several issues regarding evidence and missing money in the Livingston Police Department. In a letter to the board and mayor, District Attorney Bryant Dunaway said that the “awful circumstances” ... Read More »

This Week Cookeville Planning Considers Lovelady Road Development For Study

This week in the Upper Cumberland the Cookeville Planning Commission will consider a 316 lot subdivision for study Monday. Titan Development proposing a preliminary plat for Timberwalk Subdivision on Lovelady Road. Several residents have spoke out against the development during the rezoning phase. The Commission will also consider amending it 2030 Land Use Concept Plan to depict a parcel on ... Read More »

Monterey Finance Committee Held First Meeting On New Budget

The Monterey Finance Committee began the process of creating a new budget for 2022-2023 Thursday. Committee members heard requests from department heads prioritizing needs for funding. Chair Nathan Walker said supply and equipment prices rising is a main concern entering next fiscal year. “It’s going to hit us all,” Walker said. “I think all of us as citizens are feeling ... Read More »

Clay Hosting Special Called Meeting To Fill Property Assessor Position

The Clay County Mayor’s office accepting letters of intent from candidates interested in filling the vacant property assessor position. Mayor Dale Reagan said the county commission will hold a special-called meeting Monday to appoint a new assessor. “They play a very important role in county government especially when it comes to your property,” Reagan said. “If you build a new ... Read More »