The story “Nashville Chamber Holds General Membership Meeting” on page A3 of the February 18 edition of The Nashville News omitted that there is a branch of the Community Trust Bank in Irvington as well as in Nashville and Centralia.
The Nashville News regrets the error.
on the side of the new trailer the boosters acquired for the band.
“I think it’s a worthwhile project,” said Mayor Ray Kolweier. “The Band promotes the city where ever they go.”
The board voted to increase the city’s donation to “Simply the Best,” which they had voted on at the last meeting. They voted to donate $250, then raised the donation to $500 after discovering that was the amount of last year’s donation.
There will be an open house for the city street shed. The event will be from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 8, and is open to the public.
“We’re settling in there nicely,” Street Supervisor Richard Schuette told the board. “We’re still getting things organized and put together.”
Schuette also commented on the city’s winter salt supply, saying that it was “holding up well.”
Due to inclement weather, Utilities Superintendent Blaine Middleton stated that this month’s water bills will be estimated.
The city did not vote on an excavating permit yet. The issue was to be discussed at their sewer committee meeting on Tuesday evening.
Councilor Josh Fark told the rest of the council that golf course superintendent John Forys had turned in a letter of resignation with intent to retire.
Forys has been the golf course superintendent since 2002, in his most recent stretch working for Nashville.