In a quest to obtain some acreage from Wilson County Schools for a fire station, Mt. Juliet city commissioners revisited their latest liquor-by-the-drink lawsuit settlement offer with the district Monday night.
The mayor and two commissioners were sworn in at Mt. Juliet's city commission meeting Monday and the vice-mayor was reappointed.
The Wilson County School Board rejected the City of Mt. Juliet's counteroffer to settle a lawsuit by the board to secure unpaid liquor-by-the-drink taxes.
It looks like the offer to settle the Wilson County School Board's lawsuit against Mt. Juliet to secure unpaid liquor-by-the-drink taxes has some traction.
Results of the investigation by the District Attorney General into an ethics complaint filed against the Wilson County Board of Education alleging mishandling of government property and the renovation of the former Lebanon High School has been released and deemed, as a whole, to "appear to be legally sound" and "no illegal acts occurred."
A lawsuit filed by two Mt. Juliet residents Sept. 1 has been resolved, according to the attorney representing the residents, and it has allegedly cost the City of Mt. Juliet between $10,000-$15,000 in legal fees.
A pending lawsuit filed by two Mt. Juliet residents Sept. 1 has been resolved, according to the attorney representing the residents.
The Wilson County state house candidate who said she will sue the City of Mt. Juliet over their temporary sign ordinance that regulates placement and duration of political signs is sticking to her guns.
And the City of Mt. Juliet is not backing down, either.
Two supporters of Wilson County District 57 state house candidate Trisha Farmer filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Mt. Juliet and Mayor Ed Hagerty in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee Thursday afternoon.
A Mt. Juliet challenger for State House Dist. 57 announced late Friday night she intended to sue the City of Mt. Juliet for removing her campaign signs.
The Wilson County School Board has offered an olive branch to the City of Mt. Juliet April 4 in a nearly two-year-old lawsuit over the city's past failure to share its liquor-by-the-drink (LBD) tax revenues with the county schools.
While Mt. Juliet's city manager was mum about the status of the lawsuit filed by the Wilson County School Board against the city to get unpaid liquor-by-the-drink taxes, the mayor said he still wants a "fair settlement."
Bill Moss, a 31-year veteran of the Wilson County School System whose position was eliminated by the director of schools in September, has filed a lawsuit in Wilson County Chancery Court against Dr. Tim Setterlund and the Wilson County Board of Education alleging wrongful termination.
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