Womack Recognized for 28 Years of Dedicated Service to City

Terry Womack of the Murfreesboro Parks & Recreation Department was recognized for her years of outstanding work at the May 15th meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council.  Womack will be retiring this July, and among her many accomplishments during her 28 years with the department, Womack established the Sunshine Players children’s theatre group as part of the Cultural Arts Division, a program which she hopes continues to thrive and inspire…

 

Terry Womack will retire in July after 28 years.

Among other issues discussed at council, a motion changing the date of city elections to coincide with the date of the August general elections beginning in August 2016 was passed, and several public hearings were scheduled for June 19th and 26th to discuss rezoning and land amendments, the details of which can be found on the city’s website, MurfreesboroTN.gov.  Police Chief Chrisman, in letter form, urged the council to accept the 2014 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant in excess of $67,000, and Community Circle in the Kimbro Woods Subdivision will be renamed to Jerry Anderson Drive, in honor of the actions of former professional football player Jerry Anderson, who during his time in Rutherford County, tragically lost his life saving several children from raging flood waters.  Finally, the city’s 2014-2015 Budget reviews and public hearings have been set for June 2nd, 3rd, and 5th, and Kim Lawson, a veteran of Nashville Fire Department, was formally introduced as the Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department’s new assistant chief of medical services.

Kim Lawson joins the Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Dept.

 

 

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