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Wilson answers call for Smoky Mountain fire help
Wilson answers call for Smoky Mountain fire help

Wilson County has stepped in to help a beloved vacation destination in East Tennessee during their time of need.

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WEMA breaks ground on station in Norene, dedicates another
WEMA breaks ground on station in Norene, dedicates another

Wilson Emergency Management Agency broke ground on Station No. 11 on Monday afternoon.

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Mayor looking to fill Veterans Service post
Mayor looking to fill Veterans Service post

Wilson County Veterans Service Officer Bernie Ash will vacate the office on Thursday, Dec. 8.

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Hutto: Wilson County has much to be thankful for
Hutto: Wilson County has much to be thankful for

The holiday season is officially in full swing here in Wilson County. With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it's easy to get caught up in busy schedules and long lines at the supermarket. We rush around trying to accomplish so many things that sometimes it's hard to wrap our minds around what this season is truly about: giving thanks.

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Nissan expanding, investing $57 million, creating 81 jobs
Nissan expanding, investing $57 million, creating 81 jobs

An upcoming expansion at Nissan in Lebanon has promised 81 new jobs for the area.

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Council discussing transportation issues
Council discussing transportation issues

As the county mayor, I deal with issues that arise on a county level. At times, I also deal with issues that arise on a city level within the county. Once a month, and sometimes more, I represent Wilson County on four different boards on a regional level.

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County introduces Expo Center GM
County introduces Expo Center GM

Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto's office formally announced the hiring of Zendel Murphy as the general manager of the Wilson County Expo Center last week.

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Expo Center hires GM
Expo Center hires GM

Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto announced this week that a general manager has been hired for the Expo Center.

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Wilson searching for new Tourism Director
Wilson searching for new Tourism Director

Wilson County is currently in the process of hiring a new director for the convention and visitors bureau. In an effort to effectively and openly communicate with the citizens of Wilson County, I would like to give you an update on where we are with the tourism department and the search for a new tourism director.

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Misty Cove gets a facelift

It has taken well over two years. Tremendous hurdles had to be overcome. Three separate government agencies had to cooperate.
But finally, not in a small part, through the efforts of Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto, we have a new, state of the art, boat ramp at Misty Cove.
Formerly known as Bentley's Boat Dock, Misty Cove has been in deplorable condition for a long time.

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Wine festival to return to Wilson County
Wine festival to return to Wilson County

Earlier this week, the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce announced plans to bring its signature event, the Toast to Tennessee Wine Festival, back to Wilson County for its 14th year.

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Could racing return to Nashville Superspeedway?
Could racing return to Nashville Superspeedway?

Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto indicated there might be some type of plans in store for the defunct Nashville Superspeedway track, possible by "some folks in Mt. Juliet."

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Jim Donnell Memorial Dove Shoot

It had been a while. I had not shot doves in several years.

To say my aim was rusty is an understatement.

More accurately, I could not hit a bull in the butt with bass fiddle.

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Site purchase for road dept. approved
Site purchase for road dept. approved

The Wilson County Commission gave the road commission permission Monday night to purchase a 22,600-square-foot building on 5.09 acres on Tennessee Boulevard and Surprise Lane for $1.125 million.

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RTA board elects new officers, Hutto re-elected vice chair
RTA board elects new officers, Hutto re-elected vice chair

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan has been re-elected chair and Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto re-elected vice chair of the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Board of Directors for 2016-17. Rutherford County Governor's Appointee Paula Mansfield will continue to serve as secretary of the 38-member board.

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Sports Village hosts fundraiser for Meals on Wheels
Sports Village hosts fundraiser for Meals on Wheels

Another big boost for Meals on Wheels, thanks to Sports Village Fitness Athletic Director Will Taylor. On March 19, Taylor hosted a two-hour fitness challenge fundraiser to benefit the Mid-Cumberland branch. The event raised nearly $5,000.

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Hutto invites community to event for St. Jude
Hutto invites community to event for St. Jude

Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto invites the community to join him at a St. Judes Heroes Reception on Thursday, March 24. The event will take place at Jonathan's Grille in Mt. Juliet from 5 to 7 p.m. and will provide information about the upcoming St. Jude Rock N Roll Marathon and Half-Marathon in Nashville.

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Turning ground on Expo Center
Turning ground on Expo Center

Wilson County Expo Center Marketing Director Charity Toombs is currently in negotiations with interested parties hoping to host events at the center in late 2016.

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A Little Vision Can Go a Long Way

It seems like we spend a lot of time talking about how great it is to have a healthy sales tax revenue to help to keep our property taxes low. While this is true, it's not the only contributor. The 24 businesses lining the route we know as the 840 corridor bring in over $4 million a year in both real and personal property taxes, but this hasn't always been the case.

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Agriculture in Wilson County

We talk a lot about our booming economy in Wilson County; all the new industries that are bringing in new jobs and sales tax dollars. While this is wonderful news for our county, perhaps we don't celebrate, as often, the hard-working men and women who leave their homes each morning to go the barn rather than the office, put on a pair of overalls instead of a suit or uniform, climb up on a tractor, not board the Music City Star. In light of this, let's take a look at the role agriculture plays in Wilson County.

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'Partnerships make a lot of things happen': Craighead on Expo Center
'Partnerships make a lot of things happen': Craighead on Expo Center

County commissioners, Lebanon City officials and other supporters gathered Friday on the ground where - a year from now - the Wilson County Expo Center will stand.

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East Wilson County growth something to be proud of

Oftentimes, we find ourselves saying, "Nothing good ever happens around here." Well, for the east side of Lebanon and Wilson County that simply isn't true. There have been so many good things happening here that maybe some of them have gone unnoticed or unmentioned. I feel this is a fitting time to remind everyone of the hard work that is taking place.

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Bids for Expo work open Thursday
Bids for Expo work open Thursday

Bids for work on the Wilson County Expo Center open Thursday, and the county mayor hopes local trades fill most of the work.

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Vaden named County Stormwater director
Vaden named County Stormwater director

Wilson County Urban Type Facilities Board named James Vaden as Stormwater director.

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Toombs to market EXPO Center
Toombs to market EXPO Center

Announcement made Thursday --
Mt. Juliet native Charity Toombs has been named the marketing director for Wilson County's forthcoming 78,000-square-foot EXPO Center, Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto announced Thursday, Sept. 24.

A graduate of Mt. Juliet High School, Toombs graduated summa cum laude from Tennessee Technological University in 2008 with a bachelor of science degree in professional communications with a minor in business communications.

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Africa Rd. resident calls foul on mayor, road commission
Africa Rd. resident calls foul on mayor, road commission

Wilson County resident Toni Corbin told The Wilson Post that she feels disgusted with how Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto and the Wilson County Road Commission have handled this week's snow and ice storm.

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They use to call it Bentleys

Remember when the boat ramp at Misty Cove was a going concern? It's at the end of Ramsey Road . . . or whatever that road is now called.

You know, just past where Chuck Keel's mother had the old trailer house. Not only was the ramp in good shape, Hank Bentley had a dock and even a sorta restaurant there. He bought it from J.R. Ramsey long time ago. Great place for breakfast.

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Patricia Price leaves $5K to WHS
Patricia Price leaves $5K to WHS

Donation will go to scholarship fund --
As a graduate and teacher at Watertown High School, Patricia "Trish" Price was a Purple Tiger through and through.

At her passing October 23, 2014 at 78 years old, Price indicated in her will that she wanted to leave a $5,000 gift to the school that gave so much to her.

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WPIM - Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto

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Job Fair sees big turnout

Job seekers of all ages were at Cumberland University’s Dallas Floyd Recreation Center on Tuesday morning to find part-time and full-time employment.

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24-page ethics complaint filed with DA

The heart of a 24-page ethics complaint sent to the District Attorney General by the Wilson County Commission Ethics Committee on April 3 is the question of residency of individual commissioners when they move.

The issue has been a topic of contention for some commissioners since December, when former County Commissioner Adam Bannach of District 18, resigned his seat due to moving out of his district.

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Residency issue has long history

While some may think this is a new issue, it is not and its roots go back six years when Commissioner Wendell Marlowe served for nearly seven months after moving out of his district.

According to local media reports in January 2008, Marlowe, who was then commissioner of District 1, did not submit his resignation until November 2007, almost five months after he had moved out of his district.

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Tennessee Code Annotated Laws cited in Ethics Complaint

Here are the three laws from the Tennessee Code Annotated, Harold Huber alleges in his 24-page Ethics Complaint that members of the Wilson County Government may have violated.

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24-page ethics complaint filed with DA

The heart of a 24-page ethics complaint sent to the District Attorney General by the Wilson County Commission Ethics Committee on April 3 is the question of residency of individual commissioners when they move.

The issue has been a topic of contention for some commissioners since December, when former County Commissioner Adam Bannach of District 18, resigned his seat due to moving out of his district.

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Veterans Park, Museum bids go out Jan. 6
Veterans Park, Museum bids go out Jan. 6

Bids for the Wilson County Veterans Park and Museum will go out Monday, Jan. 6 and be reviewed on Jan. 17 with hopes of starting construction in February.

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Veterans Park public meeting set Dec. 30

Wilson County Veterans Park and Museum is projected to open at the end of May 2014 and is now accepting bids and donations.

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