Police Chief Glen Chrisman stopped by the Valentine‚Äôs Eve meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council to reiterate that the police headquarter relocation to North Highland Avenue will result in huge taxpayer savings; whereas a new building from scratch is estimated at near $50 million, renovation of an existing one comes in at only around $25 million. City Councilman Doug Young spoke to Chief Chrisman‚Ä¶
Payments for the custom trucks allocated to the fire department at the last council meeting were approved, and 7 public hearings were held to rezone properties throughout the city, to little fanfare.¬† Outdated language in the city‚Äôs zoning appendix was updated to reflect more politically correct terminology, and a public hearing was scheduled for March 13th to rezone an area along New Salem Highway.¬† Johnson & Bailey Architects was chosen for upcoming building renovations to the Sports*Com, and finally, Director of City Schools Dr. Linda Gilbert stopped by with a positive update on technology in the schools‚Ä¶
Blue Raider Sports Properties, a division of Learfield Sports, is happy to announce that a three-year extension has been added to the broadcast agreement with NewsRadio WGNS Radio. The affiliation between Blue Raider Athletics and WGNS dates back to 1947 and, for the biggest part of those 68 years, has been a broadcast outlet for Middle Tennessee. The new agreement will mean that Blue Raider Network programming will be heard on NewsRadio WGNS through at least 2018.