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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Public Notice

On March 28, 2013 an Application for Authority to Construct a FM Translator Station was tendered for filing with the Federal Communications Commission by American Family Association to serve the community of Memphis, TN, on channel 294 (106.7) with a power of  0.05 kw from an antenna of  RCAMSL-300m/RCAGL-198m. The Applicant proposes to locate its […]

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City of Bartlett

City of Bartlett City Owned & Seized Assets Internet Auction www.govdeals.com   Thursday April 25th – Monday May 6th 96 Monte Carlo, 98 Camry LE, 01 Silverado 1500, 98 Mazda B2500, 01 Impala, 92 Mercury Sable, 2000 Silverado 1500, 04 Malibu, 95 Crown Vic, 02 Regal LS, 01 Blazer LS, 01 Eclipse GT, 93 Camry […]

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Notice to all property owners

NOTICE TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS As required by § 67-5-508, Tennessee Code Annotated, the property assessment records of Shelby County will be available for public inspection in Room 619, 160 North Main Street, and at 1075 Mullins Station Road. These records may be inspected Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Any person […]

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City of Bartlett Notice of Public Hearing

City of Bartlett Notice of Public Hearing The Bartlett Planning Commission will consider the following request at the Planning Commission meeting on Monday, May 6th, 2013, at 7:00 p.m.  in the Bartlett City Hall Assembly Chamber. Ron Sklar, MARS Development Company, is requesting approval for amendment to Fletcher Hollow PD, Vacant Lots 1, 2, 3, […]

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Second string to no one

By BRIAN BLOOM Regional Manager Randall Goosby is your typical high school junior. He likes to play video games, often has friends over to shoot some hoops and has performed in front of thousands at some of the most renowned concert halls in America. Randall Goosby is also a violin prodigy. The oldest of three […]

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Bartlett man nets fishing program

By MATT SAXTON Bartlett Express Editor What started as a kid’s hobby more than two decades ago has earned a former Bartlett man national recognition. “If it can bite and pull, I’m not ashamed to catch it,” said Cody Smith, a full-time professional guide and angler who will be featured on the Outdoors channel this […]

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Suburbs plan for schools

By MATT SAXTON Bartlett Express Editor Smaller, better districts that spend less money. That was the consensus of suburban Shelby County officials who weighed in on the need to create municipal school districts here. “I think it’s great,” said David Reaves, a Shelby County School Board member and Bartlett resident, following the passage of two […]

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Soccer squad falls to Collierville, crushes Craigmont

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Facing defending Tennessee state soccer runners-up Collierville is a daunting enough challenge. Face them one man short proved to be near impossible for coach Robby Midyett Wednesday night at the Panthers fell 5-0. “Our keeper got a red card when he went to defend the goal,” Midyett said in explaining goal keeper Emanuel Barrientos’ early […]

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‘Watching’ out for crime

By Kim Steele Bartlett Express Editor   Bartlett Police Lt. Todd Halford is eager to let people know about the benefits of Neighborhood Watch in the city. “Neighborhood Watch is an amazing program, and it works, without a doubt,” said Halford, the department’s public affairs and education officer.  “We are really pushing hard to get […]

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Aldermen appoint citizens, OK beer permit

Bartlett’s Board of Aldermen approved amending an ordinance for an additional member to the City Beautiful Commission and recognized five employees of the year in a recent regular session. Juanita Long and Joe Bledsoe filled two City Beautiful Commission seats, with Bledsoe’s appointment increasing the number of commissioners. Other appointees, approved without discussion, included Melissa […]

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Musicals return to Bartlett High School

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By Kim Steele Bartlett Express Editor   After 16 years, the curtain is finally going up on a musical production at Bartlett High School. “It’s been a very long time,” said Kevin Rogers, director of theater and forensics at the school for two years. “Let’s just say we’re under new management. I’ve always liked musicals. […]

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CERT training brings power to the people

By Kim Steele Bartlett Express Editor   When it comes to disasters, the Bartlett Fire Department is all about preparedness throughout the community. That’s why it’s offering Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 20 and 27 at the Bartlett Station Municipal Center, 5868 Stage Road. The two-day event […]

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