Council Meeting Shows, Finances Thrive and Love Blossoms in Murfreesboro

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Mr. Jimmy Jobe of Jobe, Hastings & Associates presented the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report at Thursday's Murfreesboro City Council meeting, the first for the month of February. The report covers the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, and shows the city's assets, as usual, in excellent condition.

That report is available on city's website, 


The Water & Sewer Board was allotted funds for new software which will allow for remote meter readings, email bills, and other technical enhancements, all of which will cost just over $90,000 over the course of five years, and the fire department opened bidding to purchase two new custom-built trucks.  Finally, the city acquired a property located at 608 W. Main Street, and five public hearings were scheduled to consider annexation progress reports for five separate locations; those hearings have been scheduled for March 6th.

Additionally, being that February is Black History Month, Mayor Bragg took a moment to urge everyone to attend Tuesday's Unity Luncheon, to be held on the MTSU campus...

And with Valentine's Day just around the corner, Councilman Smotherman noted that, as in previous years, Murfreesboro has once again achieved an online ranking as one of the nation's most romantic cities...

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