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Sister’s Whimsy has moved!
Sister's Whimsy is now open at their new location on N. Mt. Juliet Road in Falkner Landing, right next to Big Star Cigar.
New Stores in Providence Marketplace
Hallmark has opened in the building next to Men’s Warehouse. Kirkland’s will be opening soon between Which Wich and Men’s Warehouse.
Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits Considers Mt. Juliet Location
Bojangles’ is in currently in negotiations to open a new location on Lebanon Road in front of the Publix Shopping Center. An official announcement is expected soon.
Speedway Market & Fueling Station Coming Soon
Construction is expected to begin soon on their new project to be located on the NE corner of Lebanon Road and Nonaville Road.
Greenhill Development Properties Project Approved
Final approval was granted at the 09/08/14 City Commission Meeting to approve a zoning request from RS-40 to CRC (Commercial Retail Center) on a 7.5 acre parcel located at Lebanon Road and Tate Lane.
Commission Approves Special Census
MJ BOC has approved a Special Census for the City of MJ. A request for updated information regarding the number of household residents will be hitting residential mailboxes as early as today. With such explosive growth it is important to have accurate census information in order to insure the city receives appropriate benefit from the state shared sales tax. This amount equates to approximately $95-96 per verified resident. All MJ residents are encouraged to fill out their form and return it to the City. This may also be done online at www.mjcensus.org. Final totals are due by mid-January.
Final Approval for Park Glen Stoplight Expected Soon
Final approval for a new stoplight to be installed at the Park Glen entrance on Lebanon Road is expected soon. Funding details for this project are currently underway.
Which two cities are on the rise in Middle Tennessee?
I'll give you a hint.....Mt. Juliet made the list! Now, what's the other city?
Wallet feeling a bit heavier lately?
Maybe it's because Tennessee is considered one of 10 least expensive states to live!
New Technical Training Center in Lebanon to offer 3 Programs
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Wilson County will start with three student programs: welding, computer information technology and nursing.
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