Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) has completed a year-long Statewide Aviation Economic Impact Study, finding Tennessee’s public-use airports contribute $40 billion to the state’s economy and support 220,936 jobs in Tennessee.
Clarksville, TN – I’ve always been a morning person. I spent the last twenty years of my broadcasting career as a morning talk show host, so, the “crack of dawn” is no stranger to me.
I had a dream the other night that I was riding my Harley out through the Land Between the Lakes National Preserve, so when I woke up, I put on my gear and took off.
After a quick cup of coffee, I headed down Highway 79 towards Dover, TN. As the sun was coming up behind me, it was a cool 57 degrees and I couldn’t be closer to heaven than at that moment.
Bikers know the solitude of early morning riding and how it touches your soul. I wrote about it here.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Regional Airport announces its new website, www.ClarksvilleRegional.com, which offers users quick and easy access to essential airport services and information.
The website boasts a modern, colorful design which compliments the new airport logo, signage and tagline introduced last summer.
Tennessee Department of Transportation announces $10,000 Aeroautics Grant to Clarksville-Montgomery County’s Outlaw Field
Aeronautics Grants Totaling $316,650 Provides for Infrastructure and Other Improvements for Seven Tennessee Airports
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) announced today that state aeronautics grants totaling $316,650 have been approved for seven Tennessee airports.
Clarksville-Montgomery County’s Outlaw field has received a $9,500 State grant and a $500.00 local grant totaling $10,000 for obstruction clearing.
$17.9 Million Provides for Infrastructure and Other Improvements
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) announced today that federal and state aeronautics grants totaling $17,968,888 have been approved for 14 Tennessee airports.
The grants are made available through the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s Aeronautics Division. The Division administers federal and state funding to assist in the location, design, construction and maintenance of Tennessee’s diverse public aviation system. «Read the rest of this article»
June 9, 2011
Dear Council Members and Citizens of Clarksville:
The budget process provides an annual opportunity to examine the City’s performance and our community’s economic health. Through the budget process, we have the ability to review what we did right and wrong in the current budget, assess our strengths and weaknesses, and plan for future opportunities and challenges that face the community of Clarksville. As your new Mayor, I have stated that my Administration will be transparent and open about our priorities and goals and that I will keep both the City Council and our citizens apprised of the City’s ongoing projects and our financial condition. Despite serving 12 years on the Tennessee House Finance, Ways and Means Committee and having a good understanding of governmental accounting, I think you can appreciate that with an overall City budget in excess of $418 million in one of the fastest growing Cities in Tennessee, that it has taken a few months for me to review all the areas included in the City’s budget. Therefore this budget will serve not only as the annual budget, but as my first update on the status of City projects and City finances. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The city council held its usual first of the month regular council session. It was an unusual meeting due to finishing in little over an hour.
Here are the results on the few major items we had. «Read the rest of this article»
The Clarksville city council met in its usual regular session on the first Thursday of the month. I have been on the council for almost four years and been going to council meetings regularly since 1996. Tonight’s session may have been a record for the quickest. I believe we were in and out in under 25 minutes. Councilman Harris was absent tonight. «Read the rest of this article»
By Councilman Bill Summers
The council met in another marathon round. A number of changes that added and deleted budget items took place, and while I don’t have the final exact numbers, we kept our 20% reserve with around a half-million plus.
I tried to take good notes for you, but I may have missed an item or two. Here is what was accomplished: «Read the rest of this article»
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