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River District Commission reviews website, programs and budget

 

Cumberland RiverThe River District Commission will meet February 4 at 4 p.m. in the Mayor’s  Office at City Hall to hear the following agenda:

I.        CALL TO ORDER

II.      ANNOUNCE MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE  (VERIFY QUORUM)

III.    ADOPTION OF MINUTES:   December 3rd «Read the rest of this article»

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Art Walk to showcase diverse artists

 

Downtown Clarksville’s Art Walk  will be held on Thursday, February 5th from 5 – 8 p.m.

art-paletteHodgepodge will host its first mother/daughter team of artists:  Sophia Eisenbart, a 16 year-old high school student, has been drawing and painting for five years. Her art is influenced by Dan Hiller. Elizabeth Valdez is a self taught contemporary painter who loves to try different mediums,including photography. She is originally from the Caribbean, but has lived here over 20 years.  Her art reflects some of her experience and travels around the county. «Read the rest of this article»


State Senate 1st day legislation bin fills up, awaits committee assignments

 
Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey calls 106th TN Senate into session

Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey calls Senate into session

When the 106th Tennessee General Assembly convened January 13th, along with administering oaths of office and electing Senatorial and House officers, the Tennessee General Assembly also filed a slate of legislative bills for this session. These bills represent the initial onslaught of favored governmental proposals expected be to placed before the now GOP-dominated legislature.

Here is summary listing details of some of the introduced legislation: «Read the rest of this article»




City offers yard-debris pick-up

 

yard-debrisClarksville residents who have storm debris in their yards from last week’s severe weather can have it picked up by the Clarksville Street Department.

Citizens are asked to put the items that they would like to have picked-up close to the road. Items to be removed must be in biodegradable paper bags or cardboard boxes.

Yard debris is defined as normal yard waste such as grass clippings, leaves, limbs and etc. Tree limbs must be 4-foot in length or less. Tree limbs left from tree pruning by a commercial company will not be accepted.

If you have yard debris that you would like to have picked up, please call the Clarksville Street Department at 645-7464.

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