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2014 GNRC Annual Awards Banquet

Marshall S. Stuart Memorial Award

MARSHALL S. STUART MEMORIAL AWARD FOR INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

The Marshall S. Stuart award honors local governments in the Greater Nashville Region which have exhibited excellence, outstanding accomplishment, achievement, or innovation in intergovernmental cooperation and coordination.

Accepting on behalf of Williamson County local governments:

Rogers Anderson, Williamson County Mayor

Betsy Crossley, Brentwood Mayor

Ken Moore, Franklin Mayor

Maynard Pate Award

MAYNARD PATE REGIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD

This award is presented to an outstanding individual in the region to recognize his strong leadership and support for excellence in regional cooperation, planning and coordination.

Accepting this award is Doug Demosi, Rutherford County Planning Director

Hank Thompson Award

R.J. “HANK” THOMPSON AWARD

This award is presented to an outstanding individual in the region to recognize personal and political integrity.

Accepting this award is Ken Moore, Mayor of Franklin

City of Gallatin Communication Award

COMMUNICATION AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Gallatin for their Innovations in communications for employees and the community

Sumner County and Westmoreland Community Facilities Award

COMMUNITY FACILITIES AWARD

Accepting this award is Sumner County and Westmoreland for their Library Improvement Program

City of Mt. Juliet, Wilson County Community Facilities Award

COMMUNITY FACILITIES AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Mt. Juliet, Wilson County, Universal Construction and Civil Site Design for their Walkability through Intergovernmental and Private Firm Cooperation

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COMMUNITY INSPIRATION AWARD

Accepting this award is “Scooter” for his inspirational example of what “man’s best friend” can do and become for a community. By his service to Cheatham County, be it a Grand Marshall for the Special Olympics, encouraging children to read, or providing companionship while roaming the halls of the Courthouse, Scooter leads the way as the Official Mascot for the Cheatham County Animal Control and its numerous endeavors in animal control. It seems he has his paws in a lot of activities, including his own Facebook page.

Wilson County Economic Development Award

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AWARD

Accepting this award is Wilson County for Tennessee College of Applied Technology – Wilson County Campus

City of Gallatin Economic Development Award

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Gallatin for their “Economic Development chooses Gallatin” campaign.

City of Lebanon Economic Development Award

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Lebanon for their Renovation and Reuse of an old industrial facility.

Montgomery County Parks and Rec Facilities Award

PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES AWARD

Accepting this award is Montgomery County for their spur line trailhead and park ADA accessibility measures.

City of Hendersonville Parks and Rec Facilities Award

PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Hendersonville for their Parkland Activities for all Walks or Life.

City of White House Parks and Rec Facilities Award

PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of White house for their All-Inclusive Playground that accommodates all children regardless of a disability.

Sumner County Parks and Rec Facilities Award

PARKS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES AWARD

Accepting this award is Sumner County for their “Historic Preservation meets Greenway” project.

Wilson County Parks and Rec Facilities Award

PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES AWARD

Accepting this award is Wilson County for the creation of their Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee

City of Lebanon Planning Award

PLANNING AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Lebanon for their Historic Preservation Commission.

City of Hendersonville Planning Award

PLANNING AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Hendersonville for their New Zoning Ordinance.

City of Westmoreland Public Safety Award

PUBLIC SAFETY AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Westmoreland for their Fire Safety Program in which they reduced their ISO rating from a 6 to a 4 in public protection.

Williamson County Public Safety Award

PUBLIC SAFETY AWARD

Accepting this award is Williamson County for their Feline Animal Control.

City of Hendersonville Public Safety Award

PUBLIC SAFETY AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Hendersonville for their “Educating the Community through Protective Services” program.

City of Gallatin Public Safety Award

PUBLIC SAFETY AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Gallatin for their Police Use for Property Maintenance Enforcement.

Cheatham County Public Safety Award

PUBLIC SAFETY AWARD

Accepting this award is Cheatham County for their Comprehensive Fire Plan.

City of Dickson Solid Waste Management Award

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Dickson for their Innovations with Fill Material and Parkland Use.

City of Lebanon Solid Waste Management Award

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Lebanon for their Fuel-Efficiency and Clean Air Program.

Cheatham County, Ashland City, Kingston Springs, Pegram and Pleasant View Tourism Award

TOURISM AWARD

Accepting this award is Cheatham County, Ashland City, Kingston Springs, Pegram and Pleasant View for their Economic Development through Tourism and Recreation.

Sumner County Tourism Award

TOURISM AWARD

Accepting this award is  Sumner County for their History, Heritage, and Home Cookin’ Tour.

City of Gallatin Water and Wastewater Services Award

WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICES AWARD

Accepting this award is the City of Gallatin for their Outstanding Water and Wastewater systems management.

Rogers Anderson and Kim McMillan President Switch over

GNRC’S PAST PRESIDENT AWARD

Accepting this award is Rogers Anderson, Mayor of Williamson County, who was the GNRC President for the past year and is now handing over the job to Kim McMillan, Mayor of Clarksville.

Kim McMillan and Patty

Kim McMillan, Mayor of Clarksville handling her first official duties with Patty Cavanah from GNRC.

Everyone chatting before awards After Meeting Chat

Everyone socializing before dinner and the awards ceremony.

Hendersonville Crew and their awards

Hendersonville Crew with some of their awards

 

 

 

 


Posted on: 25 Sep, 2014

 

TREEDC Conference at Tennessee Tech

The Tennessee Renewable Energy and Economic Development Council Conference will be held at Tennessee Tech University Oct. 12-14, 2014

 

This conference will feature a wide selection of renewable energy approaches and dialogue for networking and fellowship among our supporters in Tennessee and the rest of the world. Our International Renewable Energy Conference will showcase Tennessee and Philippine renewable energy technologies, leaders and local governments and university best practices to our state, national and international members of TREEDC.

 

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Posted on: 9 Sep, 2014