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Arts Build Communities Grants Available

Applications are being accepted for Arts Build Communities (ABC) grant applications. The grant is available to local governments, not for profit organizations, schools and universities for providing arts education, programing and up to $2,000. Only online applications accepted.

 

To apply on line go to www.tn.gov/arts

 

Rutherford, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson and Wilson

 

Online Grant applications due July 1, 2015

 

For questions contact Greer Broemel at 615-862-8848, or gbroemel@gnrc.org


Posted on: 12 Jun, 2015

 

Metro Nashville Mayor Karl Dean Awarded Tennessee Municipal League’s “Mayor of the Year”

Nashville Mayor Karl Dean was named the 2015 Mayor of the Year by the Tennessee Municipal League at their 76th Annual Conference in Nashville. Each year since 1954, the League honors a city mayor that typifies the attributes of intelligence, effectiveness, hard work, dedication, and sacrifice. Dean was recognized for his strong focus on education, economic development and public safety throughout his two terms as Nashville’s mayor.

 

To read the TML Press Release detailing Mayor Dean’s accomplishments, click here: Mayor of Year 2015

 

Source: Carole Graves, Tennessee Municipal League


Posted on: 10 Jun, 2015

 

Eagleville presented with Tennessee Municipal League Award

The City of Eagleville was presented with Tennessee Municipal League’s “Small City Progress” award at their 76th Annual Conference, held on June 9th, 2015 at the Nashville Convention Center. The City of Eagleville recently installed sewer improvements, redeveloped their downtown, and hired new personnel.  In addition, the local school was also expanded to accommodate additional students.  The 3.5 million dollar sewer system lifted a halt on development, and new commercial businesses have been able to open, providing both services to the residents and tax revenue for the city.  Eagleville School, Rutherford County’s only K-12 school, was also able to expand as a result of the addition of sewer service.  This much needed expansion added nine classrooms, more room for educational programs and offices, as well as an expanded cafeteria.  Andrew Ellard, the city’s first full time city manager, was also hired to oversee daily government and plan for future needs.  The first full-time firefighter and additional police were also added to the staff.

 

TML is an organization that assists communities throughout the state with various needs.  They also work with the Tennessee General Assembly to craft and keep legislation that helps city governments.  Awards are given to cities that have been able to progress and make exceptional moves to enhance the quality of life for their citizens.  GNRC prides itself on working together with TML to help cities achieve these goals.

 

Source: Eagleville News


Posted on: 10 Jun, 2015