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Final Group of 2012 Working Towards Green Certification

 

Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certification ProgramMontgomery County, TN – A seventh group of participants completed the Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certification Program (CMCGCP) workshops this month.

The group began the process in October 2012 with plans to complete their certifications by April 2013.

Back Row: Kenny Daugherty, Bridgestone Metalpha, USA and CMCGCP workshop presenter; Matt Lyle, Lyle-Cook-Martin Architects; Kevin Judish, Mann, Smith & Cummings; Joey Smith; Montgomery County Health Department; Deb Haines-Kulick, Clarksville Association of Realtors; Anthony Johnson, Moore Magnet School and Brad Martin, Lyle-Cook-Martin Architects. Front Row: Martha Hendricks, Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library; Lynn Hunter, Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library; Amanda Willis, Autobody America a Service King Company; Tara Curtis, West Gate Inn & Suites; Brenda Colley, Grace Church of the Nazarene and Diane York, advantage Learning Center.

Back Row: Kenny Daugherty, Bridgestone Metalpha, USA and CMCGCP workshop presenter; Matt Lyle, Lyle-Cook-Martin Architects; Kevin Judish, Mann, Smith & Cummings; Joey Smith; Montgomery County Health Department; Deb Haines-Kulick, Clarksville Association of Realtors; Anthony Johnson, Moore Magnet School and Brad Martin, Lyle-Cook-Martin Architects. Front Row: Martha Hendricks, Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library; Lynn Hunter, Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library; Amanda Willis, Autobody America a Service King Company; Tara Curtis, West Gate Inn & Suites; Brenda Colley, Grace Church of the Nazarene and Diane York, advantage Learning Center.

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Phase II construction of Austin Peay student housing now under way

 

Austin Peay State UniversityClarksville, TN – For the last few weeks, the Austin Peay State University community has watched the demolition of three student residence halls that have been a mainstay on the campus for more than three decades.

Now, another historical milestone will unfold, months after the new Castle Heights residence hall opened on campus. Construction for the second phase of the student housing complex is under way on Drane Street – and it has the potential to change the layout of the campus.

A drawing of Phase II construction of three new residence halls and Austin Peay's first residential mall.

A drawing of Phase II construction of three new residence halls and Austin Peay's first residential mall.

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City officially opens the newest section of the Riverwalk

 

In a formal ribbon cutting ceremony the City of Clarksville unveiled the new North Riverwalk Extension on Wednesday. Clarksville Mayor Johnny Piper listed the features to the attendees at the ribbon cutting ceremony which consists of a 12’ sidewalk lined with park benches, picnic tables, and lighting along the Cumberland River from Pilot’s Plaza (behind O’Charleys) to the mouth of the Red River.

With the cutting of the Ribbon, the North Riverwalk Extension is officially opened

With the cutting of the Ribbon, the North Riverwalk Extension is officially opened

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The City of Clarksville to Hold Ribbon Cutting Ceremony this afternoon

 

The City of Clarksville invites you to the unveiling of the North Riverwalk Extension Wednesday, June 23rd at 4:00pm. The North Riverwalk Extension consists of a 12’ sidewalk, park benches, picnic tables, lighting, landscaping and irrigation from Pilot’s Plaza (behind O’Charleys) to the confluence of the Cumberland and Red River’s as well as a development pad. City of Clarksville Project Manager, Daniel Binkley sees “this project as a stepping stone to many more great opportunities for quality of life initiatives for the City in the future.” «Read the rest of this article»

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Clarksville-Montgomery County plans for Civil War Sesquicentennial

 

It was just 150 years ago that our nation was torn apart by the Civil War. Brother faced off against brother in often brutal battles. Even after the Union’s victory and the eventual reunification of the southern states lingering tensions remained for many years.

It is said time heals all wounds and indeed and we are looking at the approaching sesquicentennial of the Civil War in 2011 with a air of celebration,recognizing of the history of America in a way that everyone can embrace.

We are fortunate to be in an area with a rich Civil War heritage including Fort Defiance (Fort Bruce), nearby Fort Donelson, and other Civil War sites. City and County leaders hope to be ready to attract tourists who will be the traveling the country visiting civil war era sites as a part of the Civil War Sesquicentennial.

Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers fires off the canon at the Sesquicentennial kick-off in Montgomery County on April 6th 2010.

Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers fires off the canon at the Sesquicentennial kick-off in Montgomery County on April 6th 2010.

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APSU broke ground today for new residence hall

 

Austin Peay State University LogoConstruction started today of a new $25.5 million student residence hall complex at Austin Peay State University. Actually, it started hours before the groundbreaking ceremony was held.

“This is a different kind of groundbreaking,” said Joe Mills, director of Housing and Residence Life at APSU. “Rather than having well-sifted ceremonial dirt, we’re actually using turned dirt.”

Officials with Austin Peay State University, Rentenbach Construction Co. and Lyle-Cook Martin Architects break ground Nov. 2 of APSU’s new residence hall complex, scheduled to open in Fall 2011. (Photo by Rollow Welch | APSU Public Relations and Marketing)

Officials with Austin Peay State University, Rentenbach Construction Co. and Lyle-Cook Martin Architects break ground Nov. 2 of APSU’s new residence hall complex, scheduled to open in Fall 2011. (Photo by Rollow Welch | APSU Public Relations and Marketing)

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APSU to break ground for new residence hall

 

Austin Peay State University LogoAustin Peay State University will break ground next week for a new residence hall complex.

A brief ceremony will be at 1 p.m., Monday, Nov. 2 in the gravel lot off of Marion Street near where the new $25.5 million complex will be built. The 416-bed facility will replace three existing residence halls on the APSU main campus: Cross, Killebrew and Rawlins, which now house a total of 392 students.

The public is invited to attend the ground breaking.

The new residence hall planned for APSU

The new residence hall planned for APSU

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New dorm planned for APSU campus

 

Austin Peay State University will begin construction of a new residence hall complex in Fall 2009.

The 416-bed facility will replace three existing residence halls on the APSU main campus: Cross, Killebrew and Rawlins. These three halls house a total of 392 students, Joe Mills, director of APSU Housing, said.

new-dormThe $25.5 million complex will feature two identical buildings joined by a common lobby and other common spaces at an “elbow,” said Lane Lyle, architect with Lyle-Cook-Martin Architects in Clarksville. «Read the rest of this article»

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