Archive | November, 2013

Former Collierville mayor Kerley passes

Linda Kerley was a beloved member of the Collierville community and a dedicated public servant to the Town of Collierville. She was the first female Collierville Alderman (1995-1999), she was also the first female Mayor, serving two terms before retiring from public office in 2008. There were many other firsts that occurred during Mayor Kerley’s career as […]

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Legal Notices Oct. 30

TOWN OF COLLIERVILLE PUBLIC NOTICE APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR 2014 TOWN BOARDS/COMMISSIONS The Town of Collierville is accepting applications for Town Boards and Commissions for the year 2014. Any citizen of Collierville interested in serving on any of the following advisory boards or commissions is encouraged to submit an application: Arts Council, Beer […]

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Collierville hosts Cure

A crowd of more than 17,000 met Saturday morning in Collierville to fight cancer. The 21st annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure 5K began at 9 a.m. at Carriage Crossing. This was the first time the event was held in Collierville. Funds raised by the annual race are primarily dedicated to providing local […]

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Town to negotiate for schools

The Shelby County Board of Education approved an ordinance Monday night allowing Collierville to negotiate a 40-year lease for the eight school buildings within the town. The Bailey Station, Collierville Elementary, Collierville High, Collierville Middle, Crosswind Elementary, Schilling Farms Middle, Sycamore Elementary and Tara Oaks Elementary School buildings will be leased for 40 years contingent […]

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Town hires another school consultant

The Collierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen has agreed to hire Mike Simpson as a consultant for the town’s municipal school district. Board members voted unanimously Monday night to pay Simpson $200 an hour to assist former Shelby County Schools superintendent John Aitken plan for the future school district. Aitken was hired this summer at […]

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