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    Critz Ln Redesign Project Updates

    Critz Lane Redesign Project: Weather has pushed back start of construction for Stage 1 of Phase 1 into Feb. which will close a 1/4 mile section of Critz Ln for 3-4 months East of Clayton Arnold Rd. See project page for detour maps & project schedules. Read on...
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    TSCA Reforming with new Leadership

    The Thompson's Station Community Association has reformed with new officers and social media accounts. TSCA Facebook and Instagram pages are linked in the post. Upcoming meetings will be posted take place in the Community Center (1555 Thompson's Sta Rd W) Read on...
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    TSMS Boys Cross Country Wins State Teams Championship

    WCS student athletes made history by winning six state titles at this year’s Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA) cross country championship. The boys' team from Thompson’s Station Middle School came away with a Class A Team Championship. Read on...
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    New Historical Signs in Preservation Park

    The Town has recently installed new historical markers in Preservation Park that tell the story of early Thompson's Station and struggles during the Civil War. Big Thanks to MTSU Center for Historic Preservation & Williamson County Heritage Foundation. Read on...
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    How to Reduce Damage from Future Storms

    FEMA mitigation experts encourage all who live in areas prone to high winds and flooding to make some fairly simple changes to their homes to reduce damage from future severe storms. Read on...
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    New Park Rules Approved by Parks Board

    The Parks and Rec. Advisory Board approved an expanded list of rules for Town Parks at their monthly meeting in June. New rules include park specific rules for Sarah Benson Park, Preservation Park and the Nutro Dog Park. See post for details. Read on...
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    Wastewater Fee Cap Removed by BOMA

    New User Rates and removal of the $55.00 cap on Wastewater bills was approved by the Board of Mayor and Alderman at the March 9th BOMA meeting after a year of discussion with the both the Utility Advisory Board and MTAS consultants. Read on...
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