Topic: Ajax Turner Senior Center
New plan eliminates Tax Increase, Transportation 2020+
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts will ask the City Council to consider a new proposed 2022 City Budget during special called meetings on Monday and Wednesday.
The Council approved the Mayor’s original proposed budget — which called for a 20-cent tax increase to fund a comprehensive Transportation 2020+ Strategy — on a 7-3-1 vote on first reading June 17th, but then rejected it 6-7 on a second and final vote June 22nd.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting registration for the 50 plus games for adults 50 and up from now until May 4th, 2020.
This year’s events will be May 11th-16th at venues across Clarksville, including Crow Recreation Center, Swan Lake Sports Complex, Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center, Austin Peay State University Foy Center, Ajax Turner Senior Center, D&D Black Light Mini Golf and Rossview High School track.
City of Clarksville
Clarksville, TN – Independent external auditors have issued a clean bill of health for the financial statements of the City of Clarksville.
Crosslin PLLC, Nashville, completed and issued its audit in December after reviewing the financial statements of the City of Clarksville for the year ended June 30th, 2018.
City of Clarksville funded expansion provides space for The Shoppe
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan and Ajax Turner Senior Center officials on Friday dedicated The Shoppe, a thrift store that offers high-quality donated and consigned clothing and household goods to center patrons and the public.
Hands on Clarksville Awarded National September 11th Day of Service Grant to continue Serve to Remember Program
Success of first-year effort receives National Recognition
Clarksville, TN – The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) announced today that Hands On Nashville’s Hands On Clarksville program has been awarded a $25,000 September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance 10th Anniversary Challenge grant. With these funds, Hands On Clarksville’s 9/11 program, called Serve to Remember, will be supported through 2014.
Hands On Clarksville’s service effort was selected because it connected 890 volunteers with diverse community-enhancing projects between September 1st and 11th, 2011. That’s 48 percent more volunteers than organizers initially anticipated. «Read the rest of this article»
Opportunities for Volunteers and Service Agencies to Participate
Clarksville, TN – September 11th, 2011 is the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that forever changed the United States and its people. It’s designated as the National Day of Service and Remembrance.
To bring Americans together in the same spirit of compassion, unity and service as so many had after 9/11, Hands On Clarksville is coordinating Serve to Remember, an event that offers a variety of volunteer activities between September 1st and 11th. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan will lead a group of residents on her first “Walks with the Mayor” at 1:30pm Tuesday, May 17th from the Ajax Turner Senior Center, 953 Clark Street. The monthly walks will be part of the Mayor’s Fitness Council that will be established to promote healthier lifestyles and choices among people in the community. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Winter continues its assault on Clarksville-Montgomery County with another round of snowy weather. A fresh snowfall blanked the city creating treacherous driving conditions causing vehicles to skid out of control creating a slew of accidents and tying up area Police and EMS workers. Motorists are advised to get home as safely as possible, and stay there until the road conditions improve. School and business closings are already pouring in. Keep checking in to stay up to date on the latest developments.
Bio-diesel Processing System housed at the Wastewater Treatment Plant
A Bio-diesel Processing system was purchased through a CMAQ grant from FHWA at 100% federal funding. Pat Hickey, General Manager of Clarksville Gas and Water, has housed it at the Wastewater Treatment Plant under the direction of Mike Gray, Assistant Plant Manager.
The system will convert used restaurant and household vegetable oil into biodiesel fuel which will be used to operate public transit vehicles and other local government vehicles. This initiative will bring about cleaner air, less oil and grease in our sewer lines and lower fuel costs. Currently Gas and Water has agreements with 12 businesses in Clarksville to collect their used cooking oil. The following businesses are currently participating in the program: «Read the rest of this article»
The Clarksville Montgomery County Chapter of AARP will meet Tuesday, October 14, at 10 a.m. at Hilldale United Methodist Church on Madison Street. The featured speaker for the day will be Jeff McKissack, CEO of the Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Centers, which operates a special health clinic at Phillips Square, 230 Dover Road. Joe Pitts, State Representative for House District 68, will attend and introduce Mr. McKissack. «Read the rest of this article»
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