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Three additional resumes have been received for Crossville City Manager. They are: Michael Chesney, Knoxville, TN Church Administrator, First Baptist Church, Morristown TN; Dennis Sparks, Hopewell, VA, Self Employed, Management and Aviation Consultant; Greg Wood, Baker, FL, County Manager, Harris County, GA. The field of City Manager applicants now stands at 18.
Others applying for the position are: Adam Rabe of Marengo, Iowa; Steve Foote of Dunwoody, Georga; Daron Jordan of Madisonville, Kentucky; Wayne Bodie of Orlando, Florida; Frank Horvath of Crossville; Bobby Goney of Crossville; Allen May of Urbandale, Iowa; Christian Saxe of Spring Hill, TN; Louis Ogaard of Utah; Jason Hall of Georgia; Jordan Shaw of Columbia, TN: Tina Tuggle of Kingston, TN; Catrina Maxwell of Wisconsin, Robert Bray of Clearwater, Florida and Terence Arrington of Greenville, South Carolina.
Deadline to submit applications for Crossville City Manager will be September 30th.
Stone Memorial High School will be holding our parent-teacher conference Thursday, September 8th from 3 until 6pm. Please make plans to attend.
Rumors, Press Releases and Performance are some of the items on the Agenda for Thursday’s (9/8/16) Crossville City Council meeting. Councilman Pete Souza is requesting discussion and action on the performance of Interim City Manager Steve Hill. Mr. Souza alleges that Mr. Hill has misused City vehicles and violated numerous policies. Souza has also placed an item on the agenda pertaining to rumors affecting the morale of City employees. Councilwoman Pamala Harris is sponsoring an item regarding Press Release policy. Thursday’s Crossville City Council meeting begins at 6 p.m. at City Hall and is open to the public.
Delta Kappa Gamma will host Coffee and Conversation with Janet Graham, Director of Cumberland County Schools, Monday, September 19th from 5:00-7:00pm at the GrinderHouse. GrinderHouse is located at 73 N. Main St, Crossville, TN. This event is open to the public. Ms. Graham will discuss her plans as the new director of schools followed by a Q & A. GrinderHouse menu items will be available to purchase. (Photo Courtesy BOE)
The Tennessee Higher Education Commission is working to assist students of ITT Technical Institute with information and resources following the school's announcement that it is closing.
Students with questions regarding the closure can contact THEC at (615) 741-5293. Additionally, THEC has posted information on its website for students at www.tn.gov/thec, along with an online form that students can complete to receive email updates.
The U.S. Department of Education has also set up a website for updates and information available at http://studentaid.ed.gov/itt. Students should check this website for the most recent information regarding federal student loans.