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The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen has approved the purchase of land for the construction of a future industrial spec building to attract prospective industry.

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The Pulaski Regional Planning Commission passed a recommendation for the annexation of property located on Highway 31 South (past the bypass behind the funeral home) to go to the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen for approval.

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After considerable discussion Monday the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen have tentatively agreed to continue its funding of non-profit organizations at almost the same level as last year, with two additions.

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The Giles County branch of the NAACP has requested the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen relieve what they called years of flooding and sewer issues in neighborhoods inside the city limits.

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While multi-family residential use was previously permittable within the C1 district of downtown Pulaski, the Pulaski Regional Planning Commission voted to keep residents off the ground floor and limit residential living to the second floor and above.

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The University of Tennessee System is painting every corner of the state — west, middle and east — and the goal is to remind travelers in all 95 Tennessee counties of the impact of UT’s statewide presence.

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Tennessee’s Seventh District Congressman Mark Green (R) visits Giles County April 5. Among his stops was a visit to Giles County’s vaccination site at the old Elliott Popham car dealership on East College Street. Green, who is a Rotarian, spent the lunch hour last Monday providing a legislat…

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While a local business owner claims Pulaski’s North First Street sidewalk project has changed and is now taking away parking spaces in front of their building, city officials and engineers say no parking spaces actually exist there.

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Non-profit organizations have until April 30 to submit their appropriations requests to the City of Pulaski for the 2021-22 fiscal year.

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Demolition has started on the Pulaski Recreation Center pool, which will make way for a new splash pad. The splash pad is expected to be ready by July and will remain open through October, since it will be opening later than usual.   Ron Mayes / Pulaski Citizen

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Those who had expressed their interest in being a member of the Community Advisory Council on Inclusive Recognition and Acknowledgment were in attendance at the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Alderman’s March 1 work session.

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City Administrator Terry Harrison has informed the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen of a meeting with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT), where he said a pedestrian/bike trail on a map of Pulaski was examined to determine “strengths and weaknesses.”

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The Pulaski Regional Planning Commission continues to consider how to handle zoning in the Historic Downtown commercial district in light of requests to possibly allow street level residential use.

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Phase I of sidewalk construction on North First Street is nearing its completion. Watkins Construction will continue on with Phase II which will include North First Street from Thomas Street to the intersection at Highway 31-A.  Barbara Harmon / Pulaski Citizen

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The requirements for the proposed dog park on Rhodes Street have been met, according to information Mayor Pat Ford gave the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen at its work session last week.

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With the recently announced expansion of the Frito-Lay facility to start producing PopCorners products, approximately 30 parking spaces would be lost. As additional jobs and square footage are added, more than 60 parking spaces will be needed.

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Pulaski Fire Department Chief Don Collins and Engineer Roger Bledsoe (right) are recognized for 45 years of service to the department. Bledsoe joined the department in July 1975, while Collins arrived soon after in September of the same year. Collins’ father, Frank Collins, holds the record …

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Per request from the Giles Chamber, the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen will consider amending the beer ordinance to allow the sale and consumption of beer at approved events in downtown Pulaski.

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A proposed splash pad to replace the Pulaski Recreation Center pool is ready to go out for bids. City Administrator Terry Harrison said it is expected to be one of the largest in Middle Tennessee.

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With the addition of a 4-foot tall star, the Giles County Christmas Tree now tops out at a massive 40 feet. Community members gathered at last week’s Mingle Jingle to witness the annual lighting of the Christmas Tree and Giles County’s iconic Courthouse.   Cary Jane Malone / Pulaski Citizen

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The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen heard a request at its work session Monday to amend the city’s beer ordinance to allow the sale and consumption of beer at approved events.

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What better way to celebrate the upcoming holiday season than with parades of floats, lights and Christmas cheer! Best of all, social distancing and hygienic decorum can be practiced at these events.

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The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet in regular session at noon tomorrow (Tuesday) at City Hall.

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At the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen's Nov. 16 work session, EDC Director David Hamilton told the board there is a plastic manufacturer looking to lease a building and would hire 150-200 people. This is a $3.8 million project that could potentially be located in the Timken building.

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The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Alderman set an end-of-the-year deadline for submissions for the Community Advisory Council at its Nov. 2 work session, so a committee could be in place by the beginning of 2021.

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State officials and Frito-Lay announced this morning that the snack manufacturer will expand its operations in Pulaski, creating 100 new jobs over the next three years and investing $100 million in Giles County.

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