City Planner explains Land Use Plan
“The people of Mt. Juliet want to keep that small-town feel.” City Planner Lisa Keylon said there is a need in Mt. Juliet for “more diversified housing stock. . . As we grow, we have to consider higher density options.”
Will Mt. Juliet become a college town?
The City has sent letters to UMC and Cumberland University
Has Mayor Elam call you? Here’s how she did it
She bought the names & numbers of registered voters from the Election Commission. Mayor Elam added, “I have worked very hard to develop a campaign plan that will show my accomplishments during my term, and they are closely held plans.”
D1 candidate running an ‘uninfluenced’ race
Jonathan Brydalski said not being involved in City government previously keeps him from being currently influenced, and instead open to new ideas.
The heat is on: MJ citizens offer questions for the candidates
Bradshaw, Elam, Mack & Marlowe answer three hot questions. The responses are quite interesting. Click here to read them all.
City Moves to finalize purchase of old MJES
City Attorney Jason Holleman is trying to work out an option/lease deal, because “the city is not in the position at this time to get a bond.” The YMCA sent a “memorandum of understanding” to the City. The City has responded with a “letter of intent.” City Planner Lisa Keylon said there may be a movement to “re-examine” the Town Center District zoning that covers the site.
City officials look to expand city with a hospital, university
MJN to host candidate forum Thursday, Oct. 9
At the Charlie Daniels Park Community Center, at 6:30 pm
District 1 candidates weigh in on issues
Justice, Brydalski, and Floyd all think traffic is the number one issue