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McMinnville Board
Jay Walker Tuesday January 9, 2018

The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet Tuesday night to consider a light agenda.
The board will consider a letter requesting permission for the Sip and Saveur event to be held downtown in April, and a letter requesting the City serve as a co-sponsor for the annual Kids Funfest and Safety Day on May 19th.
The board meeting begins at 7pm Tuesday at City Hall. It will be preceded by a meeting of the Water and Sewer Committee at 6:30.


New DUI Bill to be Proposed
WKRN Monday January 8, 2018

An east Tennessee lawmaker wants to make it more difficult for DUI offenders to buy alcohol by putting a mark on their driver's license.
State Representative Bud Hulsey will be in Nashville this week to propose the new bill.
When someone is convicted of a DUI, Hulsey wants a red strip across the license for three years that says they can't buy alcohol.
The bill would also include a misdemeanor charge for anyone who sells alcohol to that person.
The new session for the General Assembly starts January 9th.


Committee Meetings
Jay Walker Monday January 8, 2018

Three committees of the Warren County Commission have scheduled meetings for Monday night.
The Policy and Personnel Committee will meet at 5pm for Audit Committee appointments.
The Education Committee will meet at 5:30 to get an update on school projects.
The Safety Committee will meet at 6:30 to receive an EMS update.
All meetings will be held at the Administrative Building.


THP Graduates New Troopers
Monday January 8, 2018

50 cadets earned their badges officially becoming the newest members of the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP). Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally served as the keynote speaker at the graduation ceremony at Hermitage Hills Baptist Church.
The 50 new state troopers, also known as Cadet Class 118, took their oaths of office after completing 19 weeks of intense, physical and classroom training
As part of their community service project, Cadet Class 118 participated in a blood drive with the American Red Cross, a can food drive for Second Harvest Foodbank and a toy drive for Toys for Tots.
The new graduates begin a field training period lasting 10 weeks.


Officials Warn of Thin Ice on Lakes and Ponds
WTVF Friday January 5, 2018

Officials across Middle Tennessee urged residents to stay off of frozen lakes and ponds as temperatures have not been consistently cold enough to create ice thick enough to walk or skate on.
According to state resource officers, ice under 4 inches thick is never safe to walk on and even at that thickness temperatures across the state have fluctuated too frequently in recent weeks to create surfaces that could safely hold a person without them falling in.
The biggest danger isn't the ice itself, but severe hypothermia which could set in in minutes after a person falls through.


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