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What Goes Into Road Construction? Last month I asked y’all what I should write about this month and 56% of you said you wanted to learn more about the steps that go into road construction. So here we go…… The picture of President Trump above should be striking to everyone. The process map he’s standing […]

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Final 2021-2022 Budget post I promise this will be my last budget post (until next year). Monday night, BOMA wrapped up second and final reading of the 2021-2022 budget. As I’ve shared earlier, this year’s budget was heavily focused on roads, public safety and utility improvements. The final version of the budget certainly solidified those […]

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First Budget Vote You’re probably sick of hearing me talk about the City budget by now, but it’s really important, so I’m going to keep going. First (of two) votes on the FY21-22 budget passed at the BOMA voting meeting this past Monday night. A budget says a lot about BOMA’s priorities. This fiscal year […]

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Buckner Road 90 Day Closure About 900 feet of Buckner Road will be closed this summer for around 90 days. The June Lake (Alexander Farm) development will begin work on the newly realigned Buckner Lane north of the Buckner/ Buckner intersection in the next couple of months. June Lake will also be reconstructing the Buckner/Buckner […]

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Hwy 31 & Interchange Progress Spring Hill’s new I-65 interchange was in the news last week with the Design-Build contract being awarded by TDOT to Bell & Associates. In the Design-Build delivery process, the prime contractor partners with a designer to develop final design plans and complete right-of-way acquisition, permit approvals, utility relocation, and construction. […]

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Updates to Long Range Plans Spring Hill has a number of long range planning documents in place to serve as guides for elected and appointed officials and provide direction in our decision making process. These plans cover everything from land use, transportation, utility services, parks and recreation, and facilities. None of these plans are permanently […]

Land Purchase LOI   Monday evening, BOMA approved a letter of intent (LOI) to purchase 500 acres of land on Jim Warren Road, east of I-65. Last month, we discussed the City’s need to acquire additional land in order to facilitate relocating the public works department and expansion of the water treatment plant. Additionally, the […]

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Waste Water Treatment Plant   Spring Hill’s Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP or Sewer Plant) is nearing capacity. As the City continues to grow, BOMA will need to expand the capacity of the WWTP. Two things need to take place for the WWTP to be expanded, the City needs somewhere to discharge treated water and the Public […]

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Port Royal Rd Signal Timing You may remember, that a little over a year ago Spring Hill completed a traffic signal synchronization project along Highway 31. Port Royal Road is certainly a congested corridor, and the much needed and long awaited Port Royal / Saturn Parkway signals have further increased the need for all signals […]

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Buckner Road Transition Project We all know that the widening of Buckner Road, the widening and realignment of Buckner Lane and the construction of the new I-65 interchange is going to create some traffic nightmares during their construction (think Duplex on steroids). BOMA is working hard to ensure the 3 different projects sync up in […]

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