Category: City Management

Viva Las Vegas! GO LaVERGNE!


LaVergne is sending a delegation to the 2017 retail conference hosted by the International Council of Shopping Centers, scheduled May 21-24 in Las Vegas. I won’t talk about taxpayer dollars sending people to Vegas because it’s just a fact that the…

Fresh Ideas: About Greenways


When I campaigned for alderman, other people who were also running kept yelling out that they would have “fresh ideas!” if they were elected. I asked, “What kind of fresh ideas do you have?”  The answer was they hoped to…

City Looking at Space Needs


As many readers already know, I am running for the office of Alderman in the City of La Vergne. A hot topic of conversation has been about building a City Hall Complex. Today I met with the City Administrator and I…

Road Work Finally Underway


The intersection at Murfreesboro Road and Nir Shreibman Road has long been a thorn in the side of drivers that live in the Lake Forest, Madison Square, Watersedge, Lakewoods, and other subdivisions as they leave for work in the morning…

The Day Democracy Died


3,225 votes. That’s how many don’t count according to newly sworn in Alderman Melisa Brown. That’s how many do not count according to her logic in going along with Mayor Dennis Waldron to select Calvin Jones to fill the mayor’s…

A Progressive LaVergne


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…