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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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Fiscal Year 2021 Budget Well….I didn’t see this one coming, but Spring Hill still does not have a budget for fiscal year 2020-2021. Monday night’s second and final vote of the fiscal year 2020-2021 budget failed in a 4-4 tie. Aldermen Allen, Gavigan, Nieves and myself voted in favor of the proposed budget. Aldermen Fuqua, […]

A City’s budget represents it’s priorities. Spring Hill’s proposed Fiscal Year 2021 budget represents a focus on three essential services – Roads, Public Safety and Utility Services. 80% of all available funds are proposed to be spent towards these three essential services. Roads – $27.7M Water, Sewer and Sanitation – $20.3M Public Safety – $12.7M […]

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COVID-19 and Spring Hill   I’m not going to rehash everything that has occurred internationaly, nationally or at the state level related to Covid-19 over the past 6 weeks, but I would like to take a moment to identify some local Spring Hill changes and action items.   While much of Spring Hill experienced alternative […]

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Adequate Facility Tax Increase The Adequate Facility Tax is a tax charges to all new residential and commercial development. It is not charged to existing development or property owners.   For the past 14 years, Spring Hill has charged a rate of $0.50 per square foot, plus a $500 base fee. So a 2,500 sq […]

Spring Hill Debt Policy   Word document available in this link.     Overview   The following financial policies adopted by Resolution 11-121 of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen (“BOMA”) of Spring Hill, Tennessee on November 21, 2011(the “Resolution”), and later amended by Resolution 20-xx on March 16, 2020. (“Debt & Financial Policy Statements”) […]

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Sale of Northfield Building   Situated on the southern border of Spring Hill, the Northfield building is the former headquarters of the Saturn Corporation. The Northfield building is currently owned by the City of Spring Hill and houses the City’s Planning and Codes Departments along with several private companies who lease space from the City. […]

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