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Murfreesboro 2035 Meets This Week
Murfreesboro 2035 Meets This Week

The Murfreesboro 2035 Task Force will gather this Wednesday as work continues on the city's 20-year comprehensive plan. The meeting will be held in the City Council Chambers from 5:30 until 7pm.

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City Council Says
City Council Says "No" To Handguns on Greenway System

A rather routine meeting ended up becoming an all-out debate of the 2nd amendment at Thursday night's meeting of the Murfreesboro city council...

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Reminder: Murfreesboro wants to hear from you
Reminder: Murfreesboro wants to hear from you

The City of Murfreesboro wants to hear from citizens as part of the process to develop its 20-year comprehensive plan. The community kickoff meeting, the first of three public meetings...

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Council Thanks Community for Involvement, Urges More With Comprehensive Planning

Mayor and council thanked the community for Tuesday's excellent National Night Out attendance, and urged citizen input for the upcoming 20 year comprehensive planning...

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More news on the City of Murfreesboro 20-year comprehensive plan
More news on the City of Murfreesboro 20-year comprehensive plan

Murfreesboro City Manager Rob Lyons told WGNS that a city wide comprehensive plan will help guide the city into the future…

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Murfreesboro to Gain NEW Comprehensive City Plan as Rutherford County is Forecasted to Reach 420,000 Residents Within 20-Years
Murfreesboro to Gain NEW Comprehensive City Plan as Rutherford County is Forecasted to Reach 420,000 Residents Within 20-Years

City Manager Rob Lyons told WGNS they are in the process of putting together a new Comprehensive Plan.

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City of Murfreesboro Seeking a NEW City Wide Comprehensive Plan for the New Year! Last
City of Murfreesboro Seeking a NEW City Wide Comprehensive Plan for the New Year! Last "Plan" was Adopted in 1989...
The comprehensive plan, once formulated and adopted, will serve as the principal guide for community and governmental decision making regarding land use, zoning, transportation planning, utility capacity and construction, economic development, traffic management, recreation, capital budgeting, provision of municipal services and facilities, housing, and community engagement. 
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