Topic: Rotary Park
Clarksville, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) reports that Blake Thomas Ludy has been taken into custody at 10:05pm by multiple agencies in Greenbrier, Tennessee.
MCSO would like to thank the Greenbrier Police Department, Robertson County Sheriff’s Office, and the Tennessee Highway Patrol for their assistance in apprehending Ludy.
Ludy was wanted by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office for the shooting that occurred Sunday morning at Rotary Park.
Clarksville, TN – Early this morning, Sunday, July 28th, 2019, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office began investigating a shooting that occurred in Rotary Park.
One victim with non-life threatening injuries has been treated and released from a hospital.
It appears that all three men know each other so therefore this incident is not considered a random act of violence.
Blake Thomas Ludy is a suspect in a shooting that occurred at approximately 4:00am, Sunday at Rotary Park.
Montgomery County, TN – On Tuesday afternoon, June 4th, 2019, around 70 people came out to celebrate the groundbreaking for the Wade Bourne Nature Center at Montgomery County’s Rotary Park. Expected to open summer 2020, the nature center is named in honor of Wade Bourne because of his long-time passion and commitment to conservation and the outdoors.
Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett, Director of Parks Jerry Allbert, Architect Lane Lyle and Becky Bourne, widow of Wade Bourne, spoke to the crowd prior to the ceremonial groundbreaking.
Montgomery County Government
Montgomery County, TN – If you need a place to recycle your Live Christmas Trees you have two options through Montgomery County.
Rotary Park will accept trees December 20th – January 18th, 2019.
The drop location is at the top of the park in the back of the gravel lot across from the playground, just follow the signs.
Montgomery County Parks and Recreation
Montgomery County, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) announced the list of Tennessee Communities this week that would receive a series of grants totaling more than $15 million to help fund parks and recreation projects in Tennessee communities across the state.
“Easy access to parks, trails, walking paths and other recreational facilities can make a good community a great community,” said Haslam. “These grants provide the resources needed to help make Tennessee an even more desirable place to live, work and raise a family.”
Montgomery County Government
Montgomery County, TN – This week Montgomery County added Gold Star Family parking signs at Civitan Park, Richellen Park, Rotary Park, War Memorial Park and Woodlawn Park as well as Veterans Plaza for Gold Star Family Members.
The idea for the signage came from a local citizen who shared it with Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett.
Austin Peay State University Drone Club’s machines zip, dip and dive for APSU Governor’s School students
Austin Peay State University
Clarksville, TN – Harpeth Hall senior Mohini Misra didn’t account for the wind at Austin Peay State University.
As she tried to maneuver the Spark drone through a small obstacle course set up in front of APSU’s Dunn Center, the breeze pushed the tiny quadcopter to the side just a bit. Clearing the gate was harder than she thought.
Montgomery County, TN – Thanks to a grant from Clarksville Montgomery County Community Health Foundation acquired by students from Clarksville Academy in partnership with Montgomery County Parks and Recreation, Phase II of the Rotary Park Disc Golf Project has been completed.
The course is now 18-holes with a red and yellow basket for each of the 18 concrete tees, giving players of all ages and skill levels an opportunity to enjoy the game.
Montgomery County, TN – Beginning Monday, June 19th, 2017, Montgomery County will temporarily close a larger portion of Rotary Park to begin Phase 2 of the Infrastructure Improvement Project.
The only portion of the park that will remain open to the public at this time will be the front entry parking lot loop. The road and parking lot areas to the Creekside ADA Trail and the playground will be closed during this phase. The park is not scheduled to be fully reopened to the public until late September.
Montgomery County, TN – Beginning Monday, April 3rd, 2017, construction on Montgomery County’s Rotary Park Infrastructure Improvements is scheduled to begin.
Montgomery County apologizes for any inconvenience; however, this construction is for necessary improvements to Rotary Park including a roadway widening and repaving, ADA accessibility upgrades, an expansion of parking areas, installation of a new water line, and remediation of drainage issues.
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