Congratulations Mayor elected Terry Jones and welcome to our city Town of Lucy!
Terry Jones received 54 percent of the vote and Ken Uselton received 46 percent.
The Town of Lucy voted 52 percent in favored of being annexed by Millington and 48 percent against. The Kerrville area voted 83 percent against being annexed by
Millington and 17 percent in support.
Millington School Board members are: Gregory Ritter Position 1, Christopher Grow Position 2, Louise Kennon Position 3, Charles Reed Position 4, Oscar Brown Position 5, Jason Dupree Position 6 and Anne M. Reed 7.
Regardless if you voted for Terry Jones or Ken Ulseton, Millington we need to work together to move our city forward. With the completion of Veterans Parkway and
the future of I-69 and I-269 Millington is the choice for future economic growth and development in Shelby County. That was evident when Shelby County Mayor Luttrell addressed the Board Monday night.
At November’s Regular Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting there were 22 items on the agenda. Aldermen Pike was a no show again. The Board tabled the annexations items on the agenda, Alderman Lowery questioned the term limit of the appointment of B. Barber for the Planning Commission Board and there were many questions by the Aldermen on renewing the Inter-governmental agreement for ambulance services for almost thirty minutes. According to Aldermen Lowery tabling the annexation item and questioning the term limit and the Inter-governmental agreement was out of consideration to the incoming new Mayor and new majority Aldermen Board starting January 2013.
There are tough decisions ahead and business of the city must continue. With that said, Why wait until January 2013 to swear in the new Mayor and Board of Aldermen? Why not swear in the new Mayor and Aldermen Board at the December MBA meeting? It is not like it cannot be done because Mayor Harvell did it when he did not seek re-election in 2004. The other reasons why our newly elected officials needs to be in place are because of several personnel issues going on in the City of Millington; such as employees dropping like flies in the front office at City Hall, the search for a City Manager and the inflated Arts, Recreation and Parks Department doing questionable hiring again.
When it comes to our youth I am always 100% in support for a good cause. The follow is the petition letter by the Millington Skate Board Project. After you read the petion please click on the link that follows and sign the petition. With the right kind of support MILLINGTON WE CAN get this project done by raising awareness, community donations and grants. Thank You Alderman Dakin for bringing this to LIM attention.
Millington Skate Park
Project is an organization that is working for a public skate park for our
community’s youth. We estimate that there are hundreds of kids in our town that
are passionate about skateboarding but have nowhere to do it safely. We feel
that this athletic drive should be supported by a safe, sanctioned place for
these kids to exercise, socialize, and develop skills that will be useful
throughout their lives. Our organization is dedicated to the process of making
that happen but we need your help.
By signing this petition, you will help bring us closer to
our goal of 1,000 signatures to show our community leaders the interest that
exists for a skate park. Many business and community leaders are on board as
well as hundreds of individuals. Our community is clearly excited and eager to
see this project succeed. You can be a part of that excitement by supporting
our youth simply by signing this petition.
If you have any queries regarding our organization in
regards to the project, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or
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