City and Public Meetings

Option for FCTA expansion includes adjacent property
The Fulton County Transit Authority has recently submitted $1,000 in earnest money in conjunction with the purchase of property adjacent to the FCTA office in...
Public use of private dumpsters prohibited in City
At the request of Fulton City Commissioner Elaine Forrester, Fulton City Manager Mike Gunn and Mayor David Prater have issued a plea to area residents who might be using...
KET to visit Fulton for Banana Festival events
After extensive discussion and research, Fulton’s city officials heard the first reading of a signage ordinance, establishing specific guidelines which will govern and...
UC Industrial Board may assist South Fulton; motel violations aired
Union City, Tenn. businessman and member of the Union City Industrial Development Board Bedford Dunavant addressed members of the South Fulton Regional Planning Commission...
Fiscal Court updated on Detention Center’s programs, popularity
Fulton County Judge/Executive Jim Martin reported during the Aug. 13 meeting of the Fiscal Court that at one time Fulton County was known to take the worst inmates in the...
Heritage Days discussed by Columbus Council
The Columbus City Council met Aug. 13 at City Hall in Columbus and heard from City Attorney Mary Potter, who reported that she had sent letters to owners who are in...
WATER CONDITIONS QUESTIONED — Bob Pickler with Bell Engineering of Hopkinsville attended Hickman’s City Commission meeting Monday night, to help answer questions from citizens about the discoloration of water, and potential plans for improvement. (Photo by Barbara Atwill.) Water conditions concern in Hickman
Approximately one dozen residents of the city of Hickman attended the regular City Commission on Aug. 13 concerned about the water situation within...


Mechatronics, safety upgrades coming to Obion County Schools
Funding sources for school safety equipment and procedures, as well as a new program coming to Obion County School system’s students were bright spots of discussion during...
Fulton City Manager Mike Gunn, right, met for the first time Monday night with members of the Park Board, including Teresa Johnson, Sam Dluzniewski, Jayden Padilla, Kim Jobe, Darcy Hamrick, and Kenney Etherton. (Photo by Benita Fuzzell) City of Fulton’s reinstated Parks Board elects officers
Fulton City Manager Mike Gunn introduced members of the recently reinstated Fulton Parks Board to each other Aug. 6, and following an explanation...


Wastewater project now complete at Clinton facility
The Clinton City Council met on Monday, August 6 at City Hall in Clinton, as Mayor Campbell reported that the project at the wastewater treatment facility was completed...
SF city budget, tax rate approved
Following the approval of the first reading, the second reading of Ordinance 2018-001 was conducted by South Fulton City Manager Jeff Gabbert Aug. 6 at 3:30 p.m. in the...
Public meetings set for Monday night
Two special called meetings and one regularly scheduled meeting are scheduled for Aug. 6, as the South Fulton city commission meets at 3:30 p.m., the city of Fulton's...
HCEDA updated on ‘REAP’ interest
The Hickman County Economic Development Authority, Inc. Board met July 17 in Clinton, with Wendy Puckett reporting that there had been two job fairs held in Fulton County...
Fulton’s Park Board appointments made
After lying dormant for over a year following official support from the Fulton City Commission for reinstatement, the city’s Parks Board may now convene with the...
SF budget second reading set for Aug. 6
The 2018-2019 fiscal year budget for the City of South Fulton was presented in its first reading to South Fulton city officials, with a second and final reading set for...