Topic: Montgomery County
Montgomery County – Montgomery County Commissioner Wallace Redd, District 16, will host a community meeting on Tuesday, August 30th, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, at the Kleeman Community Center, 166 Cunningham Lane.
The public is invited to attend. Commission Redd will take audience suggestions, questions and concerns at the meeting.
Montgomery County, TN – Constantia Flexibles – Labels Division, is the most recent industry to become Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certified.
There to congratulate the staff and leadership of Constantia were Montgomery County Chief of Staff, City of Clarksville Chief of Administration Charlie Gentry, Montgomery County Communications Director Elizabeth Black and CMC Green Certification Steering Committee Members Daryl Pater and Bill Harpel.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting its sixth-annual Sportsfest from 10:00am until 2:00pm on Saturday, August 20th at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center located within Liberty Park at 1188 Cumberland Drive.
Sportsfest will offer a variety of sports, athletic and outdoor activities for the entire family.
Clarksville, TN – F&M Bank is pleased to announce the rollout of its new CardValet® program for cardholders who want to manage their debit card through their mobile devices.
With the new F&M CardValet Mobile App, customers can control card spending on the go.
It is simple, download CardValet from Google Play™ or the App StoreSM and immediately begin enjoying it’s features.
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Assessor of Property Erinne Hester was recently designated as a Certified Public Administrator by The University of Tennessee County Technical Assistance Service (CTAS) at a Capstone Event held at Montgomery Bell State Park.
To be designated a Certified Public Administrator; one must complete 80 credit hours in the County Officials Certificate Training Program (COCTP).
Tennessee Highway Patrol and Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office to conduct Sobriety Checkpoint August 19th, 2016
Montgomery County, TN – The Tennessee Highway Patrol and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a sobriety roadside safety checkpoint on Friday, August 19th, 2016 on Highway 48 south of Hawkins Road in Montgomery County.
Impaired driving is a serious crime that kills more than 16,000 people and injures 305,000 others, every year, in the United States. Troopers, deputies, and officers will evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol impairment. Troopers, deputies, and officers will target those who operate a vehicle while impaired and take corrective actions for other violations observed, while ensuring the protection of all motorists.
Montgomery County, TN – In an effort to make the public aware of the animal problem in Montgomery County, Montgomery County Animal Care and Control has released the statistics on the intake, adoption and euthanasia.
In July, Montgomery County Animal Care and Control took in a total of 495 companion animals (217 cats and 278 dogs).
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Health Department Director Joey Smith was recently honored as a member of the inaugural class of Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam’s Excellence in Service Awards.
This award recognizes outstanding state employees, in each of the 22 departments, who are progressive leaders for the State of Tennessee Government.
Cunningham, TN – On Saturday, July 30th, 2016 the Central Civitan Club hosted the 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic at the Central Civitan Building. The event began at 10:00am and went on until around 3:00pm.
There was plenty of good conversations, entertainment and great food to go around. Those running for office were allowed to address everyone in attendance starting at 11:00am.
“We had a pretty good crowd this year. Appreciate everyone being here. If you weren’t able to be here, I’m sorry you missed it. Maybe you can be here next year,” said Larry Pitts with Central Civitan.
Cunningham, TN – On Saturday, July 30th, 2016 City Judge Charles Smith talked at the 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic put on by the Central Civitan Club.
“I am the City Judge. I have had the privilege of being in that positive for 15 years now. I am on the ballot in November,” Smith stated.
“I have talked to a couple of folks out here today that said they had voted for me. I appreciate that vote. But, it’s so confusing that you have some judicial races on the August ballot and the city judge race is on the ballot in November,” said Smith. “Remember in November as your voting for other candidates, when you get to the city judge position, vote for Charles Smith.”
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