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2304, 2020

Local Agencies Supporting Tullahoma’s Small Businesses During COVID-19

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      NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 23, 2020 Contact: Winston Brooks, Public Information Officer, 455-2648 Local Agencies Supporting Tullahoma’s Small Businesses During COVID-19 In Tullahoma and the surrounding area, the hardest hit workers have been our locally-owned, small businesses, small retailers, hospitality and restaurant industries, and sole-proprietors.  Despite financial relief programs being offered by the federal government, many owners are wondering whether these programs will be enough to help them be able to return once the crisis subsides. Here are ways Tullahoma’s local government, public utilities, and Motlow College are working together to provide economic relief or assistance: [...]

1704, 2020

City of Tullahoma Extends Modified Operations Through Sunday May 3

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      NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 17, 2020 Contact: Winston Brooks, Public Information Officer, 455-2648 City of Tullahoma Extends Modified Operations Until Sunday May 3 Tentative City Hall Opening May 4   City Administrator, Jennifer Moody, announced today that City Hall will now be closed to the public for the safety of employees and the public during the COVID-19 pandemic through Sunday, May 3, 2020. All services performed at City Hall will continue online or by phone. “In light of Governor Lee’s extended order requiring Tennesseans to stay home and our own City Stay at Home order through [...]

604, 2020

City of Tullahoma is Temporarily Suspending Residential Curbside

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NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 3, 2020 Contact: Winston Brooks, Public Information Officer, 455-2648 City of Tullahoma is Temporarily Suspending Residential Curbside and Drop-off Recycling Programs Beginning Monday, April 13th, the City of Tullahoma will no longer collect residential or commercial recycling items that must be directly picked up by hand and will suspend garbage cart fees for residents that request a second cart during the COVID-19 emergency. Due to the impact of Coronavirus on the city’s public service employees and as an additional precaution in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the City of Tullahoma is temporarily suspending residential [...]

404, 2020

Police seek voluntary compliance with Stay at Home Order

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NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 4, 2020 Contact: Winston Brooks, Public Information Officer, 455-2648 Police seek voluntary compliance with Stay at Home Order To help ensure the safety of Tullahoma residents: Tullahoma Police will work to ensure citizen compliance with Mayor Curlee’s Stay at Home Order and the Governor’s 04/02/2020 Executive Order requiring citizens to stay at home except for when engaging in the essential activities or services defined by the orders. We are counting on our citizens for voluntary compliance. When a business or individual is found in violation, Tullahoma Police Officers will be working with them to ensure [...]

304, 2020

Updated Status Report From Mayor Lane Curlee Regarding COVID-19 April 3, 2020

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Hopefully, everyone is aware Governor Lee has issued Executive Orders 22 and 23 which affect every resident and business in Tullahoma and the state. The current COVID-19 pandemic is impacting everyone now. Everyone needs to do their part to help return our community to normal. This includes staying  home. Click here to learn how the CDC recommends protecting yourself. Governor Bill Lee has required citizens to stay home with executive order number 23 until April 14, 2020. Executive Order #22 states  all non-essential businesses must close.   Click here to see the list of essential business categories. Interpreting the list of essential [...]