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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. 78% of all available funds are proposed to be spent towards these three essential services. Roads – $26.8M Water, Sewer and Sanitation – $16.1M 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”) […]

Buckner Lane Update With the 2024 opening of the new Buckner Rd Interchange, Buckner Lane is one of several additional roads which will need to be improved to help accommodate traffic flows to and from I-65.   Last week, the City’s design consultant Kimley Horn held a public input meeting to collect input and feedback […]

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Fiscal Year 2019 – 2020 City Budget   Creating and passing the City budget might be BOMA’s most important job. The City budget is more than just numbers on a spread sheet, it’s a representation of the BOMA’s priorities for the upcoming year. We must be good stewards of the City’s resources. Spring Hill’s fiscal […]

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Fiscal Year 2019 – 2020 City Budget Creating and passing the City budget might be BOMA’s most important job.   The City budget is more than just numbers on a spread sheet, it’s a representation of the BOMA’s priorities for the upcoming year. We must be good stewards of the City’s resources. Spring Hill’s fiscal […]

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2019 City Election Results – Meet your 2019-2023 Aldermen   John Canepari, Dan Allen, Hazel Nieves and myself were elected by Spring Hill voters on April 11th to serve for the City for the next four years. The newly elected Aldermen will take their seats prior to the May 2019 work session.   I want […]

The link below contains a high level overview of the 2018/2019 Spring Hill General Fund Budget. Restricted revenue fund numbers are not included in the overview. 2018/2019 Spring Hill General Fund Budget   A far more detailed breakdown of the General Fund budget, along with Restricted Revenue Funds, can be found here. Spring Hill will […]

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November 2018 Spring Hill Newsletter Like Alderman Matt Fitterer, Spring Hill – TN on Facebook for additional updates and news. 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 […]

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