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Three companies set to bring 333 jobs to Rutherford
Three companies set to bring 333 jobs to Rutherford

La Vergne, Smyrna, Rockvale see economic development after tax incentives approved

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New Fortress Boulevard development changes approved
New Fortress Boulevard development changes approved

Council agrees to 185 single-family units on 38 acres

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Impact of apartments key topic at south Murfreesboro council forum
Impact of apartments key topic at south Murfreesboro council forum

Holding apartment complex owners more accountable for traffic and nuisance problems created by high-density growth was among the topics discussed at a Murfreesboro City Council community meeting Sunday.

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Tensions bubble at Planning Commission
Tensions bubble at Planning Commission

More growth, more neighbors -- but current residents worry about traffic, flooding.

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 Lowry Street plan approved at Smyrna Town Council
Lowry Street plan approved at Smyrna Town Council

Mayor Mary Esther Reed and the Smyrna Town Council unanimously approved the Lowry Street Revitalization Overlay Plan at Tuesday night's meeting.

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La Vergne McDonald's upgrade looks like a million bucks
La Vergne McDonald's upgrade looks like a million bucks

"We invested quite a bit in the remodeling of the outside and the interior, and we especially redeveloped the Play Place for the kids and their families," Daughtry said. "We wanted to support the location, here in the city of La Vergne, and help improve the aesthetics of the area."

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La Vergne residents' passion sees rezoning issue defeated
La Vergne residents' passion sees rezoning issue defeated

A full house of more than 75 people saw a rezoning issue defeated by a four to one vote at La Vergne City Hall chambers.

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Council puts hold on apartment rezoning
Council puts hold on apartment rezoning

Two month 'cooling off period' will allow for assessment of impact on government services.

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Bottoms up
Bottoms up

Development ideas for historic Bottoms area include breweries, studios.

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TrustPoint grows and Purlingbrook lowers numbers

Hospital to double in size, while PRD reduces density of development.

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2035 is lookin' mighty fine
2035 is lookin' mighty fine
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OPINION: We all have a stake in middle Tennessee's future transportation plans
OPINION: We all have a stake in middle Tennessee's future transportation plans

Between 2010 and 2040, Rutherford County's population is projected to increase by 135 percent from 251,000 to 592,000 residents, second only to Williamson County.

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Half a million in county by 2035
Half a million in county by 2035

City making plans now for booming growth.

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City School Board plans expansions
City School Board plans expansions

'Dynamic growth' says Anderson.

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New facility at old Medical Center will aid Murfreesboro Police Department

Rather than focus on a west-side police station to keep up with the fastest-growing part of town, Murfreesboro Police Department is emphasizing renovation of a former medical clinic as a new headquarters. The city recently sought bids for work on transforming the old Murfreesboro Medical Clinic on North Highland Avenue into a police headquarters to house all of the department’s units, except its vice squad.

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South Wal-Mart ready to break ground
Public meeting scheduled on north facility
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Campus growth continues
MTSU looks to future with multiple building projects
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City rezoning tells story of changing economic times
The Murfreesboro City Council approved several rezoning requests Thursday, including one property that was to become a $146 million mixed use million development in better economic times.
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County approves two new Dollar General Store locations
Commissioners disagree on who should pay for traffic improvements.
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'Boro among nation's fastest growing, msn.com says
Murfreesboro among the 12 fastest-growing cities in the country, according to a recent posting on the msn.com website.
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TVA identifies 'Boro as good for data center development
A Tennessee Valley Authority program identified Murfreesboro as one of a dozen sites in the Southeast as prime locations for developing a data center industry.
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City Council approves bulk zoning and annexation
The zoning change has broader implications for future development.
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Growth doesn't pay for itself, consultant says
Rutherford County needs a better balance between residential and commercial/industrial growth.
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Council approves annexation, denies rezoning on Wilkinson Pike property
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Funding of SportCom rehab slated for city council
Murfreesboro City Council will consider taking out loans to revamp the aging pools at SportsCom at its regular Thursday night meeting.
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SportsCom pools to get facelifts
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RuCo needs to manage growth
Parsons Brinkerhoff presented its Existing Conditions Report on Monday night.
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New fire station, public hearings before council tonight
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RuCo to get FEMA funds for tornado clean up
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County launches blog to help develop land-use plan
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'Boro qualifies for $3 million in FEMA aid for tornado
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Public Agenda: June 22-26
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New look for New Salem
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Sign ordinance, Dill Lane apartments before council
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Positioning RuCo for the future
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City approves Dill Lane apartment complex
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RuCo to take advantage of stimulus funds
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City to start next phase of Veterans Parkway
Council will also hear tentative budget, update on city manager search
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Public Agenda: May 11-15
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Public Agenda: March 9-13
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Public Agenda: Feb. 23-27

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Council approves East Main Apartments
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Public Agenda: Jan. 26-30
 
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Building tennis courts 'foolishness,' commissioner says
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East Main apartments look for final city council approval
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Public Agenda: Jan. 12-16
 
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Council delays East Main apartment decision
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Sustainability is key to county planning
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Traffic concerns neighbors of proposed East Main Street development
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Public Agenda: Oct. 6-10
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County working to draft new zoning resolution
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County planning director to speak at community meeting
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Planners OK site for East Main townhouses, retail
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City approves VA golf lease
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$12M road realignment proposed, up for discussion
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StoneCrest ER waits below national average

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Chamber: It takes a community to land better-paying jobs
Chamber: It takes a community to land better-paying jobs
Michael Malone took the reins as president of the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce on July 14. A month after taking the job, Malone sat down to talk with The Murfreesboro Post about his goals and the future of the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce.
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Burnt Knob Road could be widened
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Boro to allow churches sale of Christmas trees
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Boro planners to consider plans for new bowling alley
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Boro planners approve initial plans for apartments, retail
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La Vergne population hits 26,472
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Boro's expanding population means $2.1 million more
It's official. The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development certified Murfreesboro’s population at six figures.
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Murfreesboro population tops 100,000
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