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Comments favor Tylertown-Oakland project


Clarksville, Tn — Comments submitted by residents about a proposal to improve Tylertown and Oakland roads show that 70 percent of respondents have a positive view of all or part of the project.

As a result, Mayor Kim McMillan has recommended that the Clarksville Street Department and its consultants move forward to complete the right-of-way design for the project.

Tylertown Road Project Meeting

Tylertown Road Project Meeting/photo by city of Clarksville

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Proposed 2011 City Budget – Amendments


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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City of Clarksville to hold information meeting on East/West Corridor


The Clarksville City Council will host a meeting this week regarding the proposed East/West Corridor.  The proposed road project would connect Fort Campbell’s Gate 1 to Wilma Rudolph Boulevard, stretch across land between Jack Miller Boulevard and the Hampton Plaza shopping center, and run between 101st Airborne Division Parkway and Tiny Town Road.

The City Council, Regional Planning Commission, Street Department and other City representatives will be there to answer questions, address concerns and hear input from home/land owners who could be affected by the proposal.

The meeting will be held Thursday, June 10th, at 6:00pm at the Kleeman Community Center, 166 Cunningham Lane.  This meeting is open to the public.  For additional information, call Christie Hill at (931)-648-6128.

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City Reminds Home and Business Owners of Removal Service


During the recovery process, the City of Clarksville will continue to pick up and dispose of business and household items damaged by the recent flood . If property owners stack their items that cannot be salvaged by the roadside, the Street Department can pick it up at no charge.

You do need to contact the City of Clarksville to request this service. To make a pick up request, call the City Building and Codes Department at (931) 645-7426.

PLEASE NOTE: The Street Department WILL NOT pick up discarded sheetrock, insulation or other building materials damaged by floodwaters.

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Clarksville Street Department to conduct a fall clean up


top-spot-logoOn November 2nd, the Clarksville Street Department will begin pickup up yard debris, leaves and limbs.  This service will continue through December 1st. Yard debris, such as leaves must be placed in biodegradable paper bags and placed near the street. Tree limbs must be cut to 4’ or less in length, the Street Department will not pick up limbs that are left over from a commercial company pruning your trees.

In order to have your yard debris picked up, you must contact the Clarksville Street Department by telephone at (931) 645-7464 between 7:00 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. Monday thru Friday.

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Kiwanis Club & Marine Corps League donates flags to city


kiwanisclubThe Kiwanis Club of Clarksville, with the help of the Marine Corps League, donated 100 new US Flags to the City in time for Patriots Day and Riverfest. The Street Department has mounted the flags on Riverside Drive, Madison Street, and 101st Parkway.

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Lynn Hunter, Clarksville Mayor Johnny Piper, and Ron Smithfield, Chm. Kiwanis Memories of Service & Sacrifice Committee, at last Tuesday's Kiwanis meeting. (L-R)

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