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Action on moving City Council meeting days deferred
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday April 15, 2015

A request to change the day of the regular meeting of the Crossville City Council to accommodate Council member Jesse Kerley was deferred. Councilman Kerley recently received a promotion at his job, preventing him from attending the regular meeting on Tuesdays. Council is considering moving the monthly meeting to the second Thursday of each month. Being that Kerley was unable to attend Tuesday's meeting, action was postponed last night until such time that Kerley could attend a special call to address the issue.


Crossville City Council approves 1st reading of beer ordinance
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday April 15, 2015

The Crossville City Council in regular session on Tuesday passed the 1st reading of an ordinance changing the requirements for beer sales. The revision will remove any distance requirements in proximity to churches, schools or other places of public gathering. The change comes after a permit was issued to Bottom's Up on Highway 70 that was within 500 feet of the Place of Refuge Church. Since that permit was issued 3 years ago, Council was not willing to revoke it, and according to the City Attorney, the City could no longer enforce the distance rule with that permit still active. The revision will bring the City in line with state regulations on high gravity beers, wine and liquor, which have no distance limits.


Two Injured In Roane County When Fire Truck Flips
Wednesday April 15, 2015

Two firefighters were injured late Tuesday afternoon when their fire truck flipped on Roane State Highway. 21 year old Ty Puckett and 19 year old Travis May were traveling westbound on Highway 70 when the pumper/tanker ran off the road and landed on its top. Both firemen were wearing seatbelts and received only minor injuries. No charges will be filed.


AG election proposal passes Senate
AP Wednesday April 15, 2015

A proposed constitutional amendment calling for the popular election of the state's attorney general has overwhelmingly passed the Senate. The measure, which has failed for a number of years, was approved 23-9. Under the state's constitution, the attorney general is appointed to an eight-year term by the state Supreme Court. The sponsor of the proposal, Republican Sen. Mae Beavers of Mt. Juliet, says the current process is a conflict of interest because the attorney general is being "chosen by judges that he himself interviewed and helped put on the bench."


Bill to do away with Tennessee helmet requirement shelved
AP Wednesday April 15, 2015

A proposal to do away with Tennessee's motorcycle helmet requirement has been shelved for the year. The bill sponsored by Republican Rep. Jay Reedy of Erin was deferred on Tuesday until the first calendar of next year's legislative session. Under the proposal, motorcycle riders at least 21 years old carrying private health insurance would be able to decide if they want to wear a helmet. The Tennessee Highway Patrol opposes the bill because it wouldn't allow troopers to verify the age and insurance status of motorcyclists. About 167,000 motorcycles are registered in Tennessee.


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