The Lakeland Board of Commissioners has created a Stakeholders Committee to work with the consulting engineers on developing the alignment and amenities of
The Board established the membership of the Stakeholders Committee to include a member selected from Lakeland boards and commissions, a representative of (and selected by) each homeowners association/neighborhood association along the route, four representatives of businesses and landowners along the route, and two members from the Lakeland community.
Residents interested in appointment to the New Canada Road Stakeholders Committee should submit a letter/e-mail of interest to CityHall@lakelandtn.org (put New Canada Road Stakeholders Committee in the subject line), mail or drop off at City Hall, 10001 Highway 70,
Appointments of the representatives of businesses and landowners are made by the Board of Commissioners.
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER MANAGERIAL CLUBHOUSE
The Board of Commissioners’ September 4, 2008, Agenda will include an agreement with the International Harvester Managerial Clubhouse for the City of
The agreement specifically provides for the International Harvester Club Managers to continue to utilize the Clubhouse and property in accordance with the original donation agreement, with the exception the City will handle the scheduling of the Clubhouse for civic and private groups.
Since the original lease agreement, the City has established and increased its capacity to provide recreational activities to
The Lakeland Board of Commissioners has established guidelines to provide for continued use by the IH Clubhouse by
The City is currently in the process of upgrading the clubhouse. The upgrade started last year with the installation of central air conditioning.
The Lakeland Community certainly owes a lot to the foresight of the International Harvester Managers who purchased the property in the (I understand) mid- fifties and agreed to donate the building and 66 acre park to the Lakeland Community. The clubhouse and property will always be used for park and recreational purposes and will be a significant recreational feature in
The City agreed to name the park the
FIRE STATION # 2
While a lot of details remain to be worked out, the City of
The Agreement, which is on the September 4, 2008, Board of Commissioners Agenda, must be approved both by the City of
The station will provide enhanced fire protection to
Preliminary plans are for Fire Station # 2 to be located in the City Hall area along Highway 70, although this could change.
STONEBRIDGE GOLF COURSE
The September 4, 2008, Board of Commissioners Agenda will include a proposal to establish a “Purchase Committee” to negotiate for the purchase of the Stonebridge Golf Course.
If the City is successful in purchasing the Stonebridge Golf Course, the City will renovate the greens and make clubhouse improvements. Tentative plans are for a restaurant at the clubhouse and upgrading of the clubhouse.
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
Perhaps the most significant potential change in the future of
The schedule of “1 on 1” meetings is posted on Channel 19 and at www.Lakelandtn.gov, and at www.youtube.com (search for