2017 KS Board of Commissioners Annual Retreat
On February 17-18, 2017 the Kingston Springs Board of Commissioners held their annual working retreat at Montgomery Bell State Park. The retreat was open to the public and the Commissioners discussed current town events as well as initial planning discussions for the 2017-2018 budget year. In addition, Gary Jaeckel, Management Consultant from the University of Tennessee Municipal Technical Advisory Service spoke to the group on topics ranging from municipal finance to the roles of the Commissioners in the community.
(Pictured left to right: Mayor Tony Gross, Commissioner Geoff Lorenz, Vice Mayor Bob Stohler, Assistant City Manager John Lawless, Commissioner Glenn Remick. Present but not pictured: Commissioner Gary Corlew and Interim City Manager/City Recorder Debbie Finch)
KS Spring Youth Soccer Sign-Up
Kingston Springs Youth Soccer registration is open through February 4, 2017. Drop off your forms at City Hall - we'll also be here Saturday (February 4th) from 9:00 - 12:00 for Soccer Registration. Late registration will be the week of February 5th – 10th, 2017. No applications will be accepted after February 10th. Season is scheduled to run March 11th - May 13th 2017.
Applications can be picked up at City Hall or found HERE
Holiday Decorations Installed
It's looking a lot more festive around town, including new decorations on Luyben Hills Road south of the Interstate 40 intechange - more decorations on the way. A big thanks to Dickson Electric for the assistance in hanging our decorations
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