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Neighborhood Watch helps residents live safer
The 2014 Spring Meeting of the Fairfield Glade Neighborhood Watch Coalition was held on March 13. There were more than 100 residents in attendance. If you were not able to attend this key meeting, below is a summary of the information shared.
Palmer to entertain at RHA April 28
Cast in the lead role for the program of the Fairfield Glade Resident Homeowners Association on April 28 will be Shani Hedden Palmer from Hixson, TN presenting A Tribute to Patsy Cline at The Legends, starting at 6 p.m.
Hiking Group goes to Norris Dam Friday
On Friday, April 11 the FFG Hiking Group will travel to Norris Dam State Park and TVA property for two easy waterside trails. We will begin with the first mile of the hike which is the TVA’s River Bluff Trail along the Clinch River where an abundance of wildflowers will be in bloom. The second hike is along Clear Creek and should also have wildflowers in bloom. We will have a chance to visit Norris Dam State Park’s Lenoir Museum (free) and eat lunch near the Grist Mill and Threshing Barn.
Difficulty: The first hike is an in and out trail that is a total of two (2) miles. The second hike is a total of 1.4 miles and is also an in and out.
Co-operative efforts provide habitat for Lake Malvern
On Saturday, March 8, nine students from Tennessee Technological University, 13 members of the Fairfield Glade Bass Club, Lakes Consultant Fred Heitman and his grandson worked together to assemble approximately 500 pieces of fish habitat structure to be placed in Lake Malvern.
Fire Department requests $50K from county
Fairfield Glade Fire Chief Howard Robb and Jim Etzel recently put together a letter to Cumberland County Mayor Kenneth Carey and the county commission requesting $50,000 in appropriations for Fairfield Glade. The letter also reportedly explains why Fairfield Glade should get more money on a regular basis instead of only when there is a special project.
Preliminary plans OK'd for 16-lot subdivision in Fairfield Glade
Preliminary plans for a 16-lot subdivision in Fairfield Glade were approved by the Cumberland County Planning Commission during last week's monthly meeting.
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Understanding our county government
To all of our warm weather travelers: Welcome back to beautiful Fairfield Glade. And to those of you who have enjoyed our own typically divergent weather patterns in wonderful Tennessee over the past few months: Spring is here, golf is nearly back in full swing, and it's time to start planning ahead.
PATCHES OF LIFE: A mouse nest in my washer
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