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CITY OF CROSSVILLE ASSUMES MANAGEMENT OF THE HISTORIC DEPOT

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The City of Crossville has assumed the management of the historic downtown Depot. City Manager Greg Wood says that the city received the news as a default from the CATS organization, the group that has been running the operation for the last few years. The Crossville City Council approved a motion this week to create a budget amendment of $62,000 for running expenses of the business, which includes the hiring of two part-time employees, stock and some capital improvements. Wood also stated that a group from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology has been tapped to install a new wood floor in the Depot’s meeting room which will also be upgraded with a projection and audio system.

 


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