Archive | December, 2017

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TOWN OF COLLIERVILLE LEGAL NOTICES

TOWN OF COLLIERVILLE   Design Review Commission  – 5:00 PM   Notice is hereby given that the Design Review Commission will meet on Thursday, January 11, 2018, for a regular scheduled meeting. At that time, consideration will be given to the following:   The agenda is subject to change until formal approval by the Board […]

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Town on pace to exceed last year’s home sale numbers

With 2017 coming to a close, Collierville has seen the second most home sales among Shelby County’s suburban municipalities. Through 11 months, the town has 1,155 sales, which exceeds every municipality but Bartlett (1,216). According data from the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, Collierville saw a strong November that included 91 overall sales and 15 […]

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Top 10 new TN laws for 2018

Tennesseans welcoming the new year on Monday will be under 16 new laws. Some are so highly specialized the average person won’t need to know them, but citizens should know at least these top 10, listed in no specific order. In this list, the specific bill is noted in the description (SB for Senate Bill […]

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Non-residents will pay school tuition next year

County students attending Collierville Schools but living outside of the district will have to pay a tuition beginning next year. During its regularly scheduled monthly meeting, the board approved changes to Policy 6.204, Attendance of Non-Resident Students. The amended policy requires the collection of tuition payments, which are estimated to be $400 next school year, […]

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New Collierville park will serve those with Autism

An “exploration” park for Autistic children and their families is being planned on 32-acres in southwest Collierville. Mark’s Park will be a private, non-profit park north of Holmes Road and west of Rowen Oak Drive, less than a mile south of Carriage Crossing. The town’s Planning Commission has granted Joe and Gayle Ennis a conditional […]

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Memphis Hustle down Greensboro 112-94

By Bill Sorrell Unselfish play helped the Memphis Hustle shoot a sizzling 61.9 percent in the third quarter as they took their largest lead of the season into the fourth quarter and defeated the Greensboro Swarm 112-94 on Dec. 9 at the Landers Center in Southaven. “I was really proud of our guys the way […]

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TOWN OF COLLIERVILLE LEGAL NOTICES

TOWN OF COLLIERVILLE LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS   The Town of Collierville Procurement Division is requesting sealed bids on the following items: BID # TC2017-38 – “NEWSPAPER PUBLIC NOTICES”   Each BID must be submitted on forms provided in the BID PACKET DOCUMENTS provided. The Bidder’s license number, its expiration date, and that part of […]

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Mueller Industries breaks ground in Collierville

Courtesy of Town of Collierville Mueller Industries, a manufacturer and distributor of industrial products, is celebrating its centennial and making a change. Having been headquartered in Memphis for several years, Mueller is moving to Collierville. The company broke ground on its new office building at Schilling Farms in October, and Collierville Economic Director John Duncan […]

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Southern Styles and Boutique

The Collierville Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting for Southern Styles & Boutique at 146 Highway 72, Suite No. 106. The business offers boutique shopping, facial waxing, smoothing and relaxing for hair, blowout styles, shampoo sets, color highlights and more. For more information, call 901.854.6500. PICTURED: Owner Melissa Cannon and manager Alisa Dewberry […]

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Ice Cold: MUS kicker drills game-winner for Red victory in All-Star Game

MEMPHIS – From practices to at least five games a season, Memphis University School senior place kicker Trey Thomas has lined up hundreds of attempts on the turf of Owl Stadium. With 2 seconds remaining in the 16th Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl All-Star Game Saturday night, Thomas had one more chance to kick a field […]

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