The remainder of the meeting was fairly boilerplate, mostly focused on corrections and amendments to previous votes and administrative tasks. A Habitat for Humanity structure at 451 Evergreen Street was recommended for demolition, and the Murfreesboro Police Department purchased mobile video equipment for department vehicles as well as new computers, and took bids for new vehicles to be purchased later in the year. Two certificates of compliance were renewed, for Longhorn Liquors and Top Shelf Liquors, respectively, and the Planning Director scheduled a public hearing to consider the McKnight Park Redevelopment Master Plan for May 1st. The City Engineer gave a brief update on the improvement underway to Joe B. Jackson Parkway, which is running considerably ahead of schedule, and the Deputy Building & Codes Director passed an amendment to the 2012 International Residential Code and the 2008 National Electrical Code, mostly to correct a handful of typos and other minor errors.
NewsRadio WGNS has continuing coverage of the situation surrounding embattled Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold.
- Arnold in KY Jail; Considering Resigning
- Sheriff Jailed
- Who's In Charge Now?
- Pettus Read "Embarrassed"
- Arnold: "A lot going on."
- TBI Investigates Domestic Complaint
- Arnold Traveling Despite Indictment
- Feds Line Up Witnesses in JailCigs Case
- Commissioners Call for Resignation
- Indicted: Sheriff Facing 95-Years in Prison
- County Mayor "Concerned Uncertainty"
- Gammon Sues After Firing