Author Archive for Lola D.

Bye-Bye Fire Sprinklers


Let’s face it. The ordinance requiring fire sprinklers to be put into new construction homes is dead. Or it will be in a couple of months. After the effort to revoke that ordinance fizzled last month, we thought it was…

Our Police Got It Going On


After seeing the horror of police being killed in different parts of the country, I am writing to challenge our residents to consider signing up for the city’s “Citizens Police Academy” that is starting in January. I know the deadline…

On the Horizon for LaVergne Schools


Rutherford County School Board Member Aaron Holladay contacted one of our readers earlier today who passed the information to us about an upcoming meeting.  On Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 5:30pm, there will be a special called meeting of the Board of…

New Faces, New Directions


The people have spoken and on November 18, a new mayor will be sworn in, along with new aldermen to serve the city and its citizens.  With a 133 vote lead, Dennis Waldron is now responsible for the economic growth and…

A Progressive LaVergne

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We have seen some questions popping up online asking how the city has changed in the last four years – what in the world kind of progress has there been?  One of our readers actually submitted this information (unsolicited) and…

When Character Counts


Candidate David Driggers has said he does not like how long-time residents are being treated by this administration. They no longer have free reign and now have to follow the rules and ordinances of the land. He doesn’t like it one dang…