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Gainesboro Studying Downtown For Additional Parking And Connectivity

Gainesboro has partnered with UCDD to conduct a community transportation feasibility study of the downtown area. Mayor Lloyd Williams said over 100 residents indicated through a preliminary survey that parking and connectivity are the highest wants. “It is the first step in maybe getting some more grants on making our sidewalks more ADA accessible,” Williams said. “More parking, getting some ... Read More »

West End Park Getting New Playground Equipment

Cookeville’s West End Park will be getting multiple upgrades after neighborhood residents let the city know what they want to see improved. Leisure Services Director Rick Woods said they addressed safety concerns at the multi-purpose field by cleaning up brush and trees surrounding the area. Woods said the city will re-purpose the volleyball court with new swings, playground equipment and ... Read More »

Crossville City Council Moving Forward With 4 Parking Option

The Crossville City Council has narrowed down its downtown parking additions from 10 to four during Tuesday’s work session. Option one adds 45 parking spots behind Express Lunch on West Avenue. Option four includes Craven’s Building Parking and a used car lot for 68 spots. Option five is by the Courthouse with 33 spots. Option six is behind Mitchell’s Drugs ... Read More »

Commissioner Wants Justice Center Parking Relief Offsite

A Putnam County Commissioner has an idea on how to relieve parking issues at the Justice Center by moving some vehicles off site. Commissioner Jonathan Williams said he recommends building a protected car lot to store the vehicles. Currently, he said about a quarter of the lower parking lot appears to be used for vehicles that are not immediately needed ... Read More »

New Parking Area Opens At Meadow Creek Park

Parking at Monterey’s Meadow Creek Park has expanded. The new gravel parking area is located towards the mountain bike trail head under construction. Cultural Administrator Rafferty Cleary said the additional parking will serve additional park visitors once the trail is completed. “This was needed in that area,” Cleary said. “Previously, just some dirt, very uneven. There was also some washouts ... Read More »

Cookeville Red, White and Boom Parking and Viewing Guidelines

If you plan to watch fireworks at the Putnam County Fairgrounds Saturday, be prepared to social distance. Putnam County Parks and Recreation Director John Ross Albertson said on arrival, viewers will be guided to specific parking spots with enough space to practice social distancing. County officials ask groups to stay within the designated parking throughout the show. “We have also ... Read More »