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Speed limits to change on two city streets
Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 10, 2015

The Crossville City Council approved changes in speed limits on two streets, with one getting an increase and another getting a decrease. The speed limit on Kings Row will be reduced from 30 mph to 25, while West Adams street will see a 5 mph increase from 20 to 25. The new limits will go into effect as soon as signs are posted.

 


City interested in keeping County building inspections
Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 10, 2015

A letter from the County Mayor to the City indicates that Cumberland County may not want to form it's own codes department. County Mayor Carey, in the letter, asked the Council to notify him if they were still interested in continuing the service. In a 3-1 vote Council indicated they were indeed interested.

 


Sales tax in the City of Crossville continues to grow
Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 10, 2015

Sales tax collections in the City are at $7.2 million for the year to date, the largest collection since 2008/09. Collections for wholesale beer taxes are down by $11,000 for the year, while income from liquor is up by about the same amount. And so far for the year the City has collected $274,955 in building permits.

 
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Leon Houston's threat conviction thrown out
WVLT Thursday July 9, 2015

Leon Houston will get a new trial. Local 8 Now reports that the 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals threw out his conviction last year for threatening to kill his former lawyer. Houston had been sentenced to five years in prison. According to authorities, Houston called his girlfriend and threatened to kill his lawyer, Jim Logan, while he was awaiting trial on a firearms offense which was later tossed out. According to court papers, Houston was upset that Logan had attempted to acquire part of Houston's land as compensation for working as his lawyer. Houston and his brother Rocky were found not guilty of first degree murder of a Roane County deputy in 2006. Rocky is serving a nine year sentence on federal gun charges. (Photo Courtesy WVLT)

 


Cumb. Co. Storm Debris Removal Schedule Sunday, July 12,2015
Submitted: Jill Ritzman, Crossville-Cumberland County Emergency Management Agency Thursday July 9, 2015

Roads that Kaiser Kane the County Debris Removal Contractor will be working on Sunday July 12, 2015.

1. Souix rd
2. Pahokee Ln.
3. Bear Creek Lp
4.Hiawatha Dr.
5. York Rd.
6. Gray Fox Dr.
7. Fox Trail
8. Hutoha Dr,
9. Kiowi Dr,
10.Hopi Dr.
11. Flynn Cove

 

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