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High Speed Chase on I-24

The search is on for a suspect who led the Tennessee Highway Patrol on a high speed chase overnight through Coffee County into Rutherford County.


Red Light Cameras Will Stay, More Likely To Appear

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Council voted through an extension of their contract for automated traffic enforcement, better known as the red light traffic cameras, at the group's November 7th meeting.  Earlier in the evening, several Nashville evening news programs ran segments on the revelation that revenue from Murfreesboro's red light cameras does NOT go back to the city, a fact that the MPD made public almost as far back as the cameras' installations, yet is still occasionally trotted out as breaking information.  Assistant City Manager Jim Crumley explains . . .   

 

Police Chief Glenn Chrisman notes that red light camera tickets do NOT appear on your driving record OR credit reports.

 

Another police officer commented on the "shaggy look" and explained the theory behind "No Shave November" . . .

 

The Parks & Recreation Department purchased 3 new elliptical machines, as well as moved forward with Phase 4 of the Stones River Greenway extension, and the City Traffic Engineer recommended a new traffic signal be installed at the I-24 eastbound off-ramp on South Church Street.  Elevators, security, and office space in City Hall will soon be renovated, and public hearings were scheduled for December 5th to consider annexation and zoning along Salem Highway & Veterans Parkway, as well as changes to the Zoning Ordinance.  Finally, Councilman Smotherman took a moment to explain the shadows creeping over the faces of the usually clean-shaven councilmen.

 

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