Lots happening in La Vergne!Â There are plenty of great things happening here, fo sho.
From the city,
The La Vergne Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted [Tuesday night] to offer the city administrator position to Steven Mayer.
The city administrator is responsible for the day-to-day operations of La Vergne, including financial, human resources, and public safety oversight, as well as management of public works, water, sewer, parks and recreation, city library, and the tax office.
The current operations director of the Rutherford County Emergency Management Agency, Mayer worked closely with La Vergne during the flooding of May 2010. Mayer also worked as an area coordinator for the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1975 to 2003 where he retired as a training unit commander at Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi. Mayer is a Golden Gate University graduate with a B.A. in human resources and an A.A. in public administration.
The La Vergne Senior Center also had its ribbon cutting ceremony where it opened a newly remodeled wing that used to house one of the police department’s investigation units.Â It was really nice seeing so many very very happy faces.
Also, Save A Lot has officially opened!Â I had the privilege of walking through the store as they opened and it was beautiful.Â Everything is clean! shiny! pretty!Â And don’t tell me these bananas don’t look beautiful.
So welcome Mr. Mayer.Â Welcome the reserve police officers who are being sworn in as full-time officers.Â Welcome Sav A Lot.Â Welcome another sumpin sumpin I can’t officially say anything about yet.Â And welcome to the new wing of the Senior Center!