November 2018 Spring Hill Newsletter

November 21, 2018by Matt Fitterer0
November 2018 Spring Hill Newsletter

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Capital Improvement Funding Finalized for 2018/2019

Spring Hill BOMA completed a budget amendment this past month to move forward with the preliminary engineering and environmental work needed for the Buckner Rd/I-65 interchange, widening of Buckner Rd, widening of Buckner Ln AND the construction of the Crossing Circle North bridge.

Construction on the Crossing Circle North bridge will be sent to bid, with construction to begin shortly thereafter. This will be a significant safety enhancement to the Crossings area, and provide a much needed second entrance.

Preliminary engineering is followed by construction documents, and then right-of-way acquisition – so we’re still a ways off from construction, but none the less this is an important step in getting the project moving and providing Spring Hill with an alternate route to I-65.

You can find a complete copy of the 10 year capital improvement plan, including non-road projects, using this link.

Upcoming Road Closures – Turkey Burn Half Marathon and Christmas Parade

Tennessee Children’s Home will be hosting the second annual Turkey Burn Half Marathon on Saturday, November 24th. As part of the race, portions of Kedron Rd will be closed from 7 am to 11 am. Be sure to look at the course map HEREif your Small Business Saturday plans will take you near Kedron.

Saturday, December 8th will be the 11th annual Spring Hill Christmas Parade by the Kiwanis club.

The parade is a great family outing, and you and your family should consider attending.

However, with the necessary road closures, TRAFFIC WILL BE TERRIBLE.
Make sure you’re aware of the road closures, you can find them HERE

If you do end up stuck in traffic, don’t be a Grinch. It’s Christmas.

Ward 1 Alderman Resignation
After nearly 8 years of service, Ward 1 Alderman Chad Whittenburg has announced he will be moving outside of City limits, and therefore resigning, in December.This means the BOMA will need to appoint an interim Alderman to fill the remainder of Alderman Whittenburg’s term.The interim Alderman must live in Ward 1, be at least 18 years old, and be a registered voter. (You can find Spring Hill Ward boundaries HERE.)Do you fit the requirement or know someone who does?

I’d love to hear from you on who you think should fill this seat for the next four months. Please email me at

If you know Alderman Whittenburg, be sure to send a word of thanks for his service to the City.

I’m running for Alderman in 2019.

I have loved serving the City for the past 3 1/2 years, and remain excited and optimistic of our future.

Spring Hill has plenty of work to do, and I look forward to being part of the solution.

Quick Items of Note
Closure of Miles Johnson south of Duplex has been extended until December 7th due to unexpected utility challenge, however both Duplex Rd and Beechcroft Rd construction projects overall remain on schedule….the Pipkin Hills neighborhood streets will be resurfaced in the spring….the City moved forward with purchasing land for a dedicated police training facility this past month.Please connect on Facebook or email with any questions, comments or feedback. What items would you like covered in future newsletters?
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