County Mayor’s Office Starts Newsletter, See Their First Issue….

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County Mayor’s Office Starts Newsletter

The Robertson County Mayor’s office has started a monthly news letter. Here’s a look at their first issue. If you would like to sign up to receive it there’s an email contact below. According to County Mayor Howard Bradley, the purpose of the letter is to better inform people of county government.

Robertson County Mayor’s Office

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Volume 1 Issue 1 — January

Mayor BradleyA Message from the County Mayor

The year 2014 promises exciting possibilities for our community as we continue to move forward. Unemployment is significantly lower than state and national averages. In fact, our rate in Robertson County was 5.7 % in December compared with 7% nationally and 8.1% in Tennessee.

Many of our industries are rapidly expanding and early in 2014 Robertson County will take its place on the Metro­politan Planning Organization. The MPO directs highway construction funds in the region and our county’s new membership is a historic step forward.

Did You Know?

Mayor Bradley is a member of several regional boards, including:

* Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency

* Greater Nashville Regional Council (past president)

* President elect of the Tennessee Association of County Mayor’s

* Regional Transportation Authority

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2013 Quick Review

Completion of county-wide growth plan.

Establishment of county water advisory board.

Standard and Poor upgraded our bond rating from A+ to AA, placing us in top 20% of TN counties.

Extreme Makeover … Library Edition

library and quoteDiscussion about the renovation of the county/city-owned Gorham-MacBane Public Library has gone on for many years. But there is great news on the horizon.

Robertson County’s $1 million contribution will be made on or before February 28,” Mayor Howard Bradley said. “The expectation is that the city of Springfield’s matching $1 million will follow shortly thereafter.”

Bradley expects a groundbreaking ceremony in early spring.

It is our sincere hope and expectation that as the community sees the project come to fruition that individuals and groups will contribute to make this dream a reality. No contribution is too small. Let’s make this happen in 2014.”

Questions or comments?

Email HrBrad@robertsoncountytn.org

Need county information? Visit www.robertsoncountytn.org

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  1. denise routzahn

    I like it!

  2. Bout time

    Only took Howard twelve years in office to come up with this political rag. Timing is a little late. Maybe our next County Mayor will not wait until election time to get off his or her hind end and get something done. This is another unashamed attempt to use county resources for his reelection campaign and or personal gain. We did get the college but that’s about all I can think of he has helped accomplished in the last 12 years that I think he really had some role and impetus in accomplishing.(he will probably get a job there after he gets out office). Like a drunken sailor he has borrowed and spent more money than was borrowed by all prior administrations combined. Guess what robertson county? The credit card is maxed out and it is time to pay the piper.

  3. For real

    Wow. This appears to be a purely political move by HB.