Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Association of Realtors® (CAR) will host a public debate on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018 which will include candidates from various Clarksville-area elections, including City Mayor, City Council, and the Tennessee House of Representatives.
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Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Association of Realtors® (CAR) will host a public debate on Wednesday, July 11th which will include candidates from various Montgomery County races, including County Mayor, County Commission, County Trustee, and School Board.
The School Board debate will begin at 12:00pm, which will include candidates Carol Berry, Lamar Coker, and Loretta Morris. Montgomery County Trustee candidates Corinthia Elder and Kimberly Wiggins will debate at 1:00pm.
Clarksville Association of Realtors to hold 2016 Clarksville/Montgomery County Candidate Debate October 4th
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Association of Realtors (CAR) will host a Candidate Debate on October 4th. The debate will feature candidates from the US House of Representatives for District 67, and Clarksville City Council (Wards 3, 4, 5, and 9).
The 2016 Clarksville/Montgomery County Candidate Debate, which will be held at the CAR office at 115 Center Point Drive, will be the second political debate hosted by CAR’s Governmental Affairs Committee this year.
Clarksville, TN – A public debate will be hosted by the Clarksville Association of Realtors (CAR) on Tuesday, July 12th, 2016 which will include candidates from the local Tennessee State Senate and Tennessee House of Representatives races.
The 2016 CAR Public Debate, which will be held at the CAR office at 115 Center Pointe Drive, will feature candidates representing Districts 67 and 74 of the Tennessee House of Representatives and District 22 of the Tennessee State Senate.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Association of Realtors (CAR) will be hosting a public debate on Tuesday, July 12th. The debate will feature candidates campaigning for Districts 67 and 74 of the Tennessee House of Representatives and District 22 of the Tennessee State Senate.
The public debate, which will be held at the CAR office at 115 Center Pointe Drive, will include Realtors from the Clarksville/Montgomery County area as moderators and panelists.
Clarksville, TN – Embattled Ward 1 Clarksville City Councilman, and state legislative candidate Nick Steward, admitted to stealing from the Army while serving in Afghanistan, and receiving a “general discharge” for his crime.
In an exclusive interview on Clarksville news talk radio station, WJZM, Steward said that he took some computer parts for his personal use while ordering supplies for his unit. Steward said he was caught “by my chain of command” and eventually discharged from service. This is the first time that Steward has admitted to his indiscretion publicly. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Several faculty and staff members at Austin Peay State University announce their recent professional and scholarly activities.
Dr. Mike Gotcher, chair of the APSU Department of Communication, Dr. Anna Filippo, assistant professor of communication, Tracy Nichols, communication instructor, and Dr. Melony Shemberger, assistant director of communication in the APSU Public Relations Office, judged various individual events and debate rounds at the Northeast High School Speech and Debate Tournament held February 4th at the school in Clarksville. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The Austin Peay State University Department of Communication will hold its eighth annual AP Debate Forum from 6:00pm-8:00pm, Wednesday, November 2nd in the Music and Mass Communication Concert Hall. The debate is free and open to the public.
The topic for this debate is “Resolved: In order to ensure more productive citizenship, all American citizens, who have graduated high school and reached the age of 18, must immediately complete no less than two years of military service, or participate in national or international service missions.” «Read the rest of this article»
The Joe Biden/Sarah Palin debate is over and history. The verdict: Biden held his own, scored particularly well in areas of foreign policy, and, I believe, won the debate. Palin, after a spate of blundered interviews and disingenuous flubbed questions from “Katie” (Couric) and “Charlie” (Gibson), did better than expected but still managed at best a break even score, up from her previous level — which was sounding ridiculous.
Watching the man/woman voter scrolling scoreboard at the bottom of the TV screen, a tally of sorts based on Ohio voters, both candidates managed to find sharp and prolonged spikes of interest, catching the attention of listeners not by political affiliation but rather by the issues that were being discussed. What were those topics: the economy, the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, the economy, the economy and the economy. The Economy encompassed middle class tax relief, health care/insurance, jobs, gas prices, and the high cost of higher education. «Read the rest of this article»
The citizens of Clarksville continue to oppose an ordinance approved by the Clarksville City Council that declared most of the downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods as “blighted.” This writer views “blighted” as the new buzz word for eminent domain.
The Clarksville Center Redevelopment Plan, orchestrated by the Downtown District Partnership, has the potential to place over 1300 acres of land and over 1800 homes, churches, businesses, which may also include the Historic County Courthouse, in danger of seizure by the city for redevelopment.
Some believe that under this plan, developers could receive significant tax incentives for their participation in any projects developed as a result of the “blighted” designation.
A public forum and debate on eminent domain and how it relates to this controversial “Clarksville Center Redevelopment Plan” will be held Friday, December 14, 2007 at 7 PM at the H.O.P.E. Resource Center, 120-A Legion Street in Clarksville. «Read the rest of this article»
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