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2903, 2020

Short Spring Natural Area Closed

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The State Division of Natural Areas has closed Short Spring Natural Area. In the interest of public health, Short Springs State Natural is closed to the public. This closure will last until April 14th, at which time staff will re-evaluate the situation. This is being done because it is attracting people from all over the an eighty plus mile radius. Please remember to limit travel and avoid crowded parks and trails.

2903, 2020

Mayor Curlee Confirms First COVID-19 Case in Coffee County

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  NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 28, 2020 Contact: Winston Brooks, Public Information Officer, 455-2648 Mayor Curlee Confirms First COVID-19 Case in Coffee County We have been notified by the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) that a resident of Coffee County has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The patient has been placed in quarantine and is recovering at home. This is not unexpected. Your local officials have been preparing for and expecting this for weeks. We are coordinating with the TDH and the healthcare community to make sure all Coffee County residents are protected. The worst thing we can [...]

2703, 2020

City of Tullahoma Announces Change to Operations During COVID-19

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  NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27, 2020 Contact: Winston Brooks, Public Information Officer, 455-2648 City of Tullahoma Announces Change to Operations During COVID-19 Modified Operations Extended until April 27, 2020 The City of Tullahoma is doing its part to serve and respond effectively to the needs of the community. Like our community, we all must make changes that will help get us back to normal as soon as possible.  Community centers, public lobbies and walk-in service areas will remain closed to the public until April 27,  2020. All City of Tullahoma departments remain fully operational and ready to assist [...]

1603, 2020

City of Tullahoma Steps Up Measures to Reduce COVID-19 Exposure

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City of Tullahoma COVID-19 Press Release             NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 16, 2020 Contact: Winston Brooks, Public Information Officer, 455-2648 City of Tullahoma Steps Up Measures to Reduce Exposure to COVID-19 Starting tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17th, the City of Tullahoma is closing all public walk-in services and lobbies. This includes access to the Recycling Center, Tullahoma Animal Shelter, Fire Halls and City Hall; with the exception of the Tullahoma Police Department’s lobby that will remain open. Following similar precautions being taken across the state, these precautionary measures are being taken in order to limit [...]

1303, 2020

City of Tullahoma Prepares for COVID-19

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  NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 13, 2020   Contact: Winston Brooks, Public Information Officer, 455-2648 City of Tullahoma Prepares for COVID-19 Recognizing the increasing concern over COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus), along with recent announcements by President Trump and yesterday’s Executive Order from Governor Bill Lee, the City of Tullahoma continues to make preparations for the possibility of COVID-19 in our community. For several weeks, we have been working jointly with Coffee County Emergency Management, Coffee County Department of Health, and all other partner agencies in preparation for coordinated prevention and response plans. Currently, no city services have been impacted.  City [...]