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Public comment for City Council meetings may be held before meeting
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 4, 2015

Council member Pam Harris has suggested a change in the order of business for Crossville city council meetings. Harris feels that citizens would be better served if they were allowed to offer comments before the meeting. While council members were in agreement to move comment to the beginning of the meeting, there was some question as to how long to allow an individual to speak and whether or not to allow comment during council votes.

 


City Council considers raising permit fees for house moving
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 4, 2015

After a recent controversial house move into the Deer Creek community, Council members are considering raising the fees for moving permits to $1000. The current fee is $200, however, due to the unique circumstances in the recent move, the City incurred costs well over the fee. Council is expected to take no action for November, but will address the matter again in December.

 


City Council met in work session on Tuesday
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 4, 2015

During the regular monthly work session of the Crossville City Council, council members discussed options for allowing bow hunting for deer on the airport property. Council members instructed the city manager to research the matter and consult with TWRA.

 


Nearly 60,000 High School Seniors Apply for Tennessee Promise
tn.gov Wednesday November 4, 2015

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam announced that for the second consecutive year nearly 60,000 high school seniors have applied for the Tennessee Promise, Tennessee’s scholarship and mentorship program that provides high school graduates last-dollar scholarships to attend two years of community or technical college free of tuition and fees. The governor’s office reports that 59,635 students submitted applications. In 2014, more than 58,000 students applied, and according to the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (TSAC), 15,830 students from the graduating high school class of 2015 are using Tennessee Promise benefits this fall, which is the first year of implementation. Haslam also encouraged adults to sign up to be mentors for Tennessee Promise students before the November 20 deadline by visiting http://tnpromise.gov/. Proposed by Haslam and passed by the General Assembly in 2014, Tennessee Promise is a key component of Haslam’s Drive to 55 initiative to increase the number of Tennesseans with a postsecondary credential to 55 percent by the year 2025.

 


SMHS Hosts Giles County In First Round of Playoffs
Submitted: Lance Kennedy, SMHS VP/AD Wednesday November 4, 2015

SMHS will host Giles County in the first round of the football playoffs on Friday, November 6 at 7pm. TSSAA has established the ticket cost of $8 for all in attendance. Unfortunately no county passes or season tickets can be honored for this game, therefore everyone will enter at the main ticket gates. Tickets will be available at the SMHS front office during the day on Thursday and Friday at $8 each for anyone wishing to avoid lines at the gate on game day. Everyone is encouraged to come out and support SMHS as the Panther Football Team strives for a perfect 11-0 record in this first ever home playoff game.

 

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