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Notice to the Public given by Montgomery County Commission

 

Montgomery County Government TennesseeMontgomery County, TN – Notice is hereby given that any member of the public who would like to address the Montgomery County Commission regarding a zoning case, or for the budget public hearing, may come to the Montgomery County Courthouse training room on the first floor on June 1st at 5:00pm for the budget public hearing, and 6:00pm for zoning cases. 

Comments will start promptly at 5:00pm and 6:00pm, respectively, and are limited to three minutes.

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Public Notice

 

clarksvillepolicelogoThe City of Clarksville and Montgomery County intend to submit a joint application for the 2009 Byrne Justice Assistance Grant in the amount of $118,542, with the funds to be shared for traditional law enforcement and crime prevention activities. Any person wishing to make a comment about fund use is invited to attend a public comment period June 30, 2009 at 9:00 am in the Police Department Roll Call Room, 135 Commerce Street, Clarksville, Tennessee.

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Public Notice: Justice Assistance Grant Public Comment session

 
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The City of Clarksville and Montgomery County intend to submit a joint application for the 2009 Byrne Justice Assistance Grant in the amount of $486,980, with the funds to be shared $219,141 to the County and $267,839 to the City to be used for traditional law enforcement and crime prevention activities. Any person wishing to make a comment regarding use of funds is invited to attend a public comment period April 30th, 2009 at 1:00 pm.  This session will be held downstairs in the patrol briefing room at The Clarksville Police Department, 135 Commerce St., Clarksville, Tennessee.

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TDEC permit public notice issued for Fairgrounds Marina Project

 

The city of Clarksville has submitted a permit application to the state’s Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Water Pollution Control under the Aquatic Resources Alteration Permit Office. This permit is sought as part of the approval process for the Fairgrounds Marina Project. With the publication of the city’s application on the TDEC Public Notice listing, as of March 11th, a public comment period of thirty days is open.

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Is the Fairgrounds Marina a failure to plan or a plan for failure?

 

Dave Ramsey has an adage, “People don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan.”

opinion-081The ongoing saga of the city of Clarksville efforts to construct a marina on the Cumberland River at Fairgrounds Park continues to astound. Having secured funds well in excess of the specified required amount, laying an enormous debt on the taxpayers in the process, the city is apparently stumbling along in baby steps to compile the paperwork needed to gain the federal and state permits to allow the construction to take place at all. All the while the public is being told these are great strides in advancing the dream of a marina into a reality.

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Recently, the City of Clarksville announced that excavation bids would be sought by May, 2009, for some excavation to begin at the fairgrounds in July of this year, with Marina construction to be completed by October, 2010.

On February 18, 2009, CO Author Turner McCullough Jr. received the following communication from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Conservation Biologist Tadd Potter in response to six questions asked of the USACOE: «Read the rest of this article»

 

Army of Corps of Engineers permit awaiting required information for marina development

 

united_states_army_corps_of_engineers_logoAlthough touted for months as being ready to go, the Clarksville Marina Development Project is still at a substantial standstill. In August it was announced that Fairgrounds Park would be closing in January to facilitate the beginning of dredging operations for the marina’s construction. That is not going to happen just yet.

Clarksville Online has learned that the US Army Corps of Engineers, [USACOE], has not issued the City of Clarksville a permit for dredging operations at the Fairgrounds. Without that permit, no dredging action can take place. The corps received the city’s Clarksville Fairgrounds Marina Application in late November, but it was lacking required information. The permit process is presently on hold. The USACOE expects to receive that information and issue a public notice within the next few months. This will mark the beginning of the process to obtain the dredging permit that will signal the start of construction for the marina. «Read the rest of this article»

 



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