Next Town Council Meeting is: June 10, 2008 - 7:00 PMI'll post the agenda below.
The Town Council for the Town of Smyrna will consider on first reading an ordinance relative to the storm water user fee on June 10, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. at Smyrna Town Hall, 315 South Lowry Street.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Town Council for the Town of Smyrna will hold a public hearing on June 10, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. at Smyrna Town Hall, 315 South Lowry Street, in order to receive public opinion prior to considering on second and final reading an ordinance adopting the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008 and ending June 30, 2009.
The second meeting is the project assistance.
Project Assistance: June 10, 2008 -5:30PMOn the non-government side this week we will be getting a bit more chubbier as BBQ is in town.
5th Annual Tennessee Heritage BBQ FestivalI loved the one last year but have to admit my BBQ heart is stuck in the giant Owensboro BBQ festival. Forgive me Smyrna.
Held at the Sam Davis Home and Museum, 1399 Sam Davis Road, Smyrna. Event includes professional and amateur barbeque cooks vying for cash prizes along with entertainment, crafts, good food, living history demonstrations and lots of family fun. Contact: Sam Davis Home and Museum, (615) 459-2341
This week it came to my attention by way of one of the DNJ's new blogs by Taylor Loyal that the Lamplighter's Theatre is going to be putting on a play that deals with a small and mostly unknown piece of American history.
Next weekend (June 12 - 15), there's going to be a great play in Lamplighter's Black Box Theatre -- a smaller room upstairs that features more personal productions.More can be read on Andersonville here.
The play is called The Andersonville Trials. It's a historical courtroom drama about the only soldier in the Civil War to be tried of war crimes, convicted and hanged.
The director, Mike Parker, is a veteran. He told me the play is designed to be entertaining, but also to raise some ethical questions.
Well that is a basic roundup of what is happening in Smyrna this week.