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City Employees will not be facing a higher deductible for health insurance. The City Council debated passing on part of a rate increase by raising the employee’s family deductible from $2500 to $5000 a year. The Mayor stated that he wanted the City to absorb the more than 9% increase, which would leave the deductible as it currently is, as a way to show employees how much the City appreciates and values them. The rest of the Council agreed with the Mayor, and the motion passed unanimously.
Crossville City Mayor JH Graham III has designated November 16th-24th, as Graham read that the purpose of the proclamation was to “educate the public about the many reasons people are hungry and homeless including the shortage of affordable housing in Crossville for very low income residents; and to encourage support for homeless assistance service providers as well as community service opportunities for students and school service organizations.” Mayor Graham’s proclamation noted several local entities which assist residents in this need, including the Crossville Housing Authority, Bread of Life, and Volunteer Behavioral Centers, and notes that this week will “encourage all citizens to recognize that many people do not have housing and need support from citizens, and private/public nonprofit service entities.”
Third Grade student Jordan Thompson was honored by Crossville City Mayor JH Graham III t Tuesday’s City Council meeting. The Martin Elementary student was nominated for the character trait “manners” because “he comes to school each day with a fine display of impeccable manners. Jordan also uses good manners by helping others in his school.
A Crossville police officer was subjected to a blood test after he was accidently pricked with a syringe during an arrest. According to reports, the officer had arrested 24 year old Kristin C Sherrill of Peavine Road on various charges including possession of drug paraphernalia. Sherrill was found with a needle in her pocket with the cap broken off. The officer discovered that he had been pricked by the needle while cleaning his hands. The officer was advised to bring himself and Sherrill to Cumberland Medical Center’s ER for blood testing
Representatives from the Tennessee State Library and Archives and the Tennessee State Museum will be in Crossville on November 20th to record and digitize Civil War memorabilia owned by local residents for an exhibit titled, "Looking Back: The Civil War in Tennessee."Archivists will be at the Cumberland County Archives, 95 E. First Street in Crossville, from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. on that day. During that time, they invite area residents to bring in original photographs, documents and other artifacts related to the Civil War.The archivists will scan or take digital photographs of the materials, some of which will be featured in the exhibit, located online at www.tncivilwar150.org. The archivists will not actually take possession of the items from their owners.Individuals may call (615) 741-1883 or e-mail email@example.com to schedule a reservation with the archivists. Reservation forms and available times may be found on the State Library and Archives’ section of the Office of the Secretary of State web site.