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Clarksville Gas and Water Department announces Sewer System Smoke Testing in North Clarksville

 

August 7th-15th, 2014

Clarksville Gas and Water Department - CGWClarksville, TN – Clarksville Gas and Water will begin sewer line smoke testing in the Northridge, Cunningham Farms and Thistlewood subdivisions in the North Clarksville area on Thursday, August 7th, 2014.

The work will commence daily at 8:00am until 3:00pm, excluding weekends, through August 15th, 2014. «Read the rest of this article»

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County Mayor Carolyn Bowers looks back at the last eight years and ahead at Montgomery County’s Future

 

Election 2014

Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers was born and raised in Clarksville-Montgomery County. She graduated from Clarksville High School, then attended Austin Peay State University where she received her Bachelor and Masters Degrees. For 29 years, she taught high school business and computer classes in the school system. It was something she enjoyed and loved to do.

Serving as Montgomery County Trustee for two terms before becoming Montgomery County Mayor gave her experience with the county budget and the revenue end. As mayor, she began working on the expenditure end as well as managing the revenues and the bonds that you sell to fund capital projects.

Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers.

Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers.

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Montgomery County Parks and Recreation announces Rotary Park Sewer Project to begin Monday, July 7th

 

Montgomery County TennesseeMontgomery County, TN – The Montgomery County Parks and Recreation Department would like to make the public aware of a gravity sewer project, by the Clarksville Gas and Water Department, at Rotary Park that will begin on Monday, July 7th.

This project will have several phases, including easement clearing, rock blasting and general construction. The park will remain open for normal operation hours during the course of this project. The project is expected to be completed by spring 2015.

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Clarksville Greenway Restrooms at the Pollard Road Trailhead will be temporarily closed

 

Clarksville GreenwayClarksville, TN – Due to sewer repair work, the restrooms at the Pollard Road Trailhead of the Clarksville Greenway will be temporarily closed. This closure will take place beginning Wednesday, November 21st, 2012 and will continue until further notice.

The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department asks that patrons of the Clarksville Greenway observe the posted closure signs.

For more details on the Clarksville Greenway, please contact the Clarksville Parks and Recreation at 931.645.7476 or visit www.cityofclarksville.com.

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Clarksville Parks and Recreation reports Trice Landing Park to Close Temporarily

 

Clarksville Parks and RecreationClarksville, TN – Trice Landing Park, located at 99 Oak Street, will be closed to the public beginning Thursday, September 27th, 2012 through Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012, for a sewer main replacement.

The park will reopen to the public at dawn on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012.

For more information, please contact the main office at 931.645.7476.

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Montgomery County Departments to hold Rotary Park Public Input Meeting

 

Montgomery CountyMontgomery County, TN – The Montgomery County Engineering Department, in conjunction with the Montgomery County Parks and Recreation Department, will hold a Public Input meeting to allow interested citizens to express their comments concerning Rotary Park, located at 2308 Rotary Park Drive. «Read the rest of this article»

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Southridge Subdivision caught in the middle of a messy situation

 
Hank Bonecutter

Hank Bonecutter

Clarksville, TN – When the homeowners bought their dream home in Southridge Subdivision, they thought they had discovered the best of both worlds.  First, they were in the Montgomery county.  Taxes were lower, quiet place to live, just away from the Clarksville city limits.  Beautiful homes, neighbors who knew each other.  Kids playing in the streets.

Little did they know, that they were going to be paying through the nose for water and sewer service from the City of Clarksville.

Now wait, didn’t you say they lived in the county? «Read the rest of this article»

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