The Clarksville City Council will discuss the 2021 street improvements project between the city and Gist Enterprises and afterwards discuss the remaining street funds budget at Tuesday evening’s meeting.
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The Clarksville City Council will consider a bid for a contractor to build six new U.S. Department of Agriculture Home Program houses and discuss purchasing camera systems for police cars.
The Clarksville City Council met Tuesday night to discuss the allocation of CARES Act funding, potential purchases with the 2020-21 budget, repairs to local infrastructure and partnering with an inspection agency.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville City Council is continuing its efforts to beautify the city and remove run down and uninhabited properties. To that end, the council has ordered a handful of damaged houses be taken care of by the property owners.
Clarksville City Council discussed its proposed water and wastewater budgets in a public workshop Monday evening, which saw reductions in several budget line items.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville City Council has agreed to help fund a student resource officer for the local school district, despite oppositio…
CLARKSVILLE — A Clarksville couple who lost their home in a fire late last year will need to find a way to demolish the property. That decision was handed down Tuesday as part of officials’ ongoing efforts to beautify the city by removing vacant and damaged houses.
CLARKSVILLE — Property owners Dennis and Deborah Wandrey have up to 60 days to vacate and remove or demolish rundown homes on nine of their 19 properties, or they’ll face a daily penalty of $100 per property that’s out of compliance.
CLARKSVILLE — Finding the city’s police department shorthanded after the recent departures of former police chief Jarrett Ehlinger and Lt. Kaleb Hackney, the Clarksville City Council in a special called meeting Thursday hired two part-time police officers.