MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Talks on how to best invest the proceeds from the city selling Murfreesboro Electric to Middle Tennessee Electric will progress on Wednesday, June 2nd.
The Community Investment Study Group will meet to continue developing recommendations on best management of the Murfreesboro Electric Department Proceeds. The special committee will meet at 4:00 p.m. at the Murfreesboro Airport (1930 Memorial Blvd.).
The purpose of the temporary committee is to make recommendations to the Murfreesboro City Council on the structure and processes for management of the proceeds received from the sale in the “best long-term interests of citizens.” Expenditure of the funds in the future will remain solely a Council decision.
Murfreesboro Councilman Rick LaLance is Chairman of the 5-member voting committee. The Murfreesboro City Council selected four members of the community to serve on the committee: Bob Mifflin, former executive director of Christy-Houston Foundation; Amy Farrar, Murfreesboro attorney; Eric Meriwether, financial advisor, Northwest Mutual; and Andy Womack, State Farm insurance agent. The City Manager, City Attorney, Financial Director, and Budget Director serve as non-voting, ex-officio members of the Study Group.