The Blackman High School boys and girls basketball teams, as well as cheer squad, were all honored at length at Thursday’s Murfreesboro city council meeting, and issued proclamations of recognition for their accumulated championship victories this year. The proclamations officially made April 24th “Blackman Blaze Day”, three times over.
Blackman athletics recognized:
Mayor Bragg & the Blackman Boys Basketball team. Mayor Bragg & the Blackman Blaze Cheer Squad.
Boys State Championship Basketball trophy. Girls State Championship Basketball trophy.
Championship Cheer trophy (center).
Several other items of interest were also covered at Thursday’s council meeting. An ordinance changing the date of city elections to coincide with the date of the August general elections beginning in August 2016 passed on first reading, and Ms. Terri Schultz was set to be introduced as the new Executive Director of Rutherford County Area Habitat for Humanity. A last minute cancellation forced that to be rescheduled for a future meeting. Three public hearings were held with little turnout, and a batch of several more were scheduled for rezoning. Those hearings are scheduled for May 22nd, and you can find additional details on the city’s website, MurfreesboroTN.gov.
Finally, a resolution was passed in support of an application for a FastTrack Economic Development Program for Enovate Medical, who has mentioned at previous meetings, will soon be moving it’s headquarters to Murfreesboro…