Weekly Wrap Up


  • This Week
    • Committee and Board of Mayor & Aldermen meetings were held on Tuesday. 
    • Staff meeting held on Wednesday.
    • I (Nolan Ming) worked on the upcoming budget.
    • I tracked several different items impacting municipalities that are moving through the State legislative process.
    • I met with several community members about different issues.
    • I worked with the City Attorney on preparing the quitclaim deeds for the surplus properties that were recently sold.
  • Next Week
    • I will collaborate with several departments, organizations, and representatives as we work on our upcoming budget. 

Strategic Plan Progress 

  • Click HERE to see progress towards our 2023-2026 strategic plan goals.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Click HERE for a list of current job openings.


  • You can now pay your taxes online or by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Simply go to our website and click ‘Lookup or pay property taxes,’ go to bit.ly/mcmtaxesonline, or call us at 931-473-1200 anytime.
  • Click HERE for general budget information.
  • Click HERE to see Balancing Act and an interactive version of our current budget (23/24).
  • Click HERE to see your estimated taxpayer receipt.


  • This Week
    • There are still a few open positions for our Teen Citizens Police Academy. Please come by the Police Department located on the 3rd Floor of City Hall for an application. 
  • Next Week
    • Department personnel continue to attend various training sessions in a variety of areas. 


  • This Week
    • Submitting another THSO grant application for a battery-operated extrication spreader tool.
    • Firefighter / EMT Joel McGlothen attended a Hazardous Materials Awareness class.
    • Firefighter Andrew Curry attended an EMT refresher class.
    • Engineer/EMT Caleb Barnes is doing a six-week online class for fitness training.
    • Interviewed for two firefighter positions.
  • Next Week
    • Deputy Chief Marty White will be at TFACA for his Firefighter Two commission class.
    • All shifts will be doing pre-plan and walkthrough at the Warren County Jail.
Parks & Recreation 

  • This Week
    • Spring Break activities all week at the Milner. Good job, Rene!
    • Continuing to work on budgets.
    • Working on Phase 2 of the marketing grant for signs.
    • Spring soccer practices began at Pistole Park this week.
  • Next Week
    • Continue working on budgets.
    • Begin drafts for spring/summer baseball and softball.
    • Set up for Ben Lomand Annual Meeting.
    • Sat, March 23rd- Ben Lomand Annual Meeting at the Milner Center.
Park Theater 

Last week was another great week at the Park! We had some great crowds for Puffs (or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic), which included a school field trip on Thursday morning and shows on Thursday and Friday evening. The U.S. Navy Band Sea Chanters show was excellent, too. Nearly 600 people reserved free tickets for the show, and we had a crowd of around 400 there.

  • This Week
    • Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder) – Saturday, March 16 @ 7:00 pm – SOLD OUT!
  • Next Week
    • End of the Line: An Allman Brothers Tribute - Saturday, March 23 @ 7:00 pm – Tickets are currently on sale.
  • Upcoming
    • Journey from the Heart: A Tribute to Journey and Heart – Friday, April 5 @ 7:30 pm – Tickets currently on sale
    • Town Mountain Day – Friday, April 19 @ 7:00 pm – Tickets currently on sale
    • Gangstagrass – originally scheduled for Friday, January 19 (postponed due to winter weather conditions) – has been rescheduled for Sunday, July 14 at 7 pm! Tickets are on sale now.
Click HERE for more information and tickets.

Community Development 

  • This Week
    • Met with a developer about possible annexation of property into the city.
    • A special called Historic Zoning Commission meeting was held where four Certificates of Appropriateness were approved. 
  • Next Week
    • Preparation for the Historic Zoning, Board of Zoning Appeals, Planning Commission, and BoMA meetings.
    • Meetings with potential developers.
Water & Wastewater 

  • This Week
    • Roof replacement continues at 202 Bell Street (the main warehouse is complete)
    • Ran several service calls and locates.
    • Replaced jumbo meter box on N. Chancery St.
    • Met with contractors to repair manholes on Lagoon Drive.
    • Replaced a broken stop at the meter on Lagoon Dr.
    • Abandoned water and sewer services at 206 Potter Lane.
    • Installed an E-1 pump station on Bradford Rd.
    • Installed 4-inch sewer services and cleanouts on S Arrowhead and Garfield Street.
    • Repaired a water leak on Rivermont Drive.
    • Repaired a water leak on Old Smithville Rd.
    • Replaced a 2-inch meter where the register had stopped working.
    • Checked all water and sewer pump stations.
    • Collected several samples from both wastewater and water plants.
  • Next Week
    • We will be installing an E1 on Bradford
    • Working on water tap installations.
Public Works 

  • This Week
    • We’ve continued working on the second floor of City Hall  
    • Remove the house at 206 Potter Lane. 
    • Installed a Culvert on Towles Ave. 
    • Swept the bike lanes. 
    • Spoke with Tinsley Asphalt and created a list of streets that will be paved soon. 
  • Next Week
    • We’ll continue to work at City Hall 
    • We’ll be finishing the planters in the back parking lots. 
    • Continue patching water cuts around town.