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- Willard J. Collis — Candidate for Board of Directors
- Virgil English — Candidate for Board of Directors
- Bruce Wyatt — Candidate for Board of Directors
Challenges facing Lake Tansi
Lake Tansi – it’s a really good place to live, play, retire, meet new neighbors and enjoy old friends. In June, I wrote about the Lake Tansi POA – its history, organization and structure, as well as its finances. Last month, I covered some of the amenities and activities available to POA members; and this month, I want to give you my thoughts on future challenges and opportunities for our community.
TSUD accepting applications
William Corbin, the newly selected commissioner for Tansi Sewer Utility District, has resigned citing health problems. Corbin attended his first meeting in official capacity on April 9 but has not been able to attend the most recent meetings.
Rain, rain, go away
In what is not a common event, siphon tubes at the Lake Tansi dam were opened as a result of heavy rains over the past week. With Cumberland County being 680 square miles, exact rainfall varies, but officials said that just over six inches of rain fell over the past week with most falling between Friday and Sunday morning.
TSUD votes to remove ECE bill
The Tansi Sewer Utility District held its monthly meeting on July 8. Several items were on the agenda, most notable was the discussion of the ECE bill, which shows a liability for TSUD upwards of $430,000.
Bankruptcy leaves POA with questions
Parties to a number of lawsuits surrounding the Lake Tansi sewer system gathered July 15 for the purpose of working toward a solution in the different lawsuits and moving forward. What they learned was that a May bankruptcy filing by Tansi Waste Management, Inc., could have dramatic impact on the lawsuits.
Plan for a fun, busy Fourth of July
Barbecue, cruise-in, concert, games and boat parade planned in Lake Tansi
Hole-in-one wins car
After being rained out in April, the Lake Tansi Exchange Club Golf Tournament was played June 15 at the Tansi Golf Course, but the highlight of the tournament was a hole-in-one by Kay Ward of Murfreesboro. She recorded an ace on the par 3, third hole to win a new car from Dave Kirk Automotive.
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