6-54-145. Municipal notice requirements. [Effective on July 1, 2022. See the version effective until July 1, 2022.]A municipality shall display in the city hall or other building that houses the municipality's seat of local government, a sign at least eleven inches (11″) in height and seventeen inches (17″) in width stating:
PURSUANT TO TENNESSEE CODE ANNOTATED, § 33-2-405, IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR A PERSON, PARTNERSHIP, ASSOCIATION, OR CORPORATION TO OWN OR OPERATE A SERVICE OR FACILITY THAT PROVIDES ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND/OR TREATMENT WITHIN THE MEANING OF TITLE 33 OF THE TENNESSEE CODE ANNOTATED WITHOUT HAVING OBTAINED A LICENSE. A VIOLATION OF THIS REQUIREMENT IS A CLASS B MISDEMEANOR. EACH DAY OF OPERATION WITHOUT A LICENSE CONSTITUTES A SEPARATE OFFENSE. REPORT ANY SUSPECTED UNLICENSED ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND/OR TREATMENT SERVICES TO THE TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES' OFFICE OF LICENSURE BY DIALING [WEST TENNESSEE LICENSURE OFFICE PHONE NUMBER; MIDDLE TENNESSEE LICENSURE OFFICE PHONE NUMBER; OR EAST TENNESSEE LICENSURE OFFICE PHONE NUMBER, AS APPLICABLE TO THE LOCATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY].
- If a municipality maintains a website, then the notice required under subsection (a) must be placed prominently on the municipality's website.
(c) As used in this section, “municipality” means an incorporated city or town, or a county with a metropolitan form of government.PUBLIC NOTICE: FORMAL RESPONSE TO ADDRESS RECENT MEDIA REPORTS REGARDING SECRET MEETINGS OF THE CITY
FAILURE TO PAY THIS TAX WILL RESULT IN VOIDING YOUR BEER PERMIT
PUBLIC NOTICE: This letter acknowledges receipt on May 18, 2017, of the City's request to review its Plan for the issuance of an estimated $2,095.000 General Obligation Refunding and Improvement Bonds, Series 2017 (the "Refunding Bonds"), to the current refund an estimated $2,115,000 Water and Sewer Revenue and Tax Bonds, Series 2007 (the "Refunding Bonds"). The City plans to contribute funds to the transaction.
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PUBLIC NOTICE: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 1, CHAPTER 5, SECTION 1-503 OF THE SHELBYVILLE MUNICIPAL CODE TO UPDATE PROCEDURES FOR INSPECTION OF, ACCESS TO, AND DUPLICATION OF PUBLIC RECORDS PURSUANT TO THE TENNESSEE PUBLIC RECORDS ACT AND THE MODEL POLICY ESTABLISHED BY THE OFFICE OF OPEN RECORDS COUNSEL IN 2017.
PUBLIC NOTICE: The City of Shelbyville has a current Alarm Ordinance that requires registration of all existing and new Commercial and Residential alarms. Please register your Alarm with the Shelbyville Police Department, 109 Lane Parkway. Applications are also available at City Hall, 201 N. Spring Street. There are no fees for existing Alarm Registrations through March 31, 2016. Individuals sixty-five (65) years or older are exempt from residential permit fees. For more information on the Alarm Ordinance contact 931-684-5811. A copy of the full Ordinance is available at City Hall during normal business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
PUBLIC NOTICE: On April 13, 2017 the Shelbyville City Council Amended the City Code, Title 3, Chapter 2 regarding dogs. All interested parties are strongly encouraged to read the Ordinance in full, located in the City Charter. For any questions regarding the Ordinance please contact the Shelbyville Animal Control Office at 684-6552.
PUBLIC NOTICE: Willow Mount Cemetery Public Notice
Acknowledging that Willow Mount Cemetery is a publicly owned cemetery, the City of Shelbyville is responsible for the maintenance and landscaping of the grounds only. Please be advised that grave sites, headstones, or grave markers are considered to be personal property, and any vandalism or damage sustained are a private expense. For many your home owner’s insurance policy may provide coverage for any expenses incurred in the repair or replacement of damaged monuments. We suggest you contact your insurance agent for any inquiries on coverage. The City of Shelbyville takes great pride in maintaining Willow Mount Cemetery as a place of peaceful rest and respect. We regret the damage inflicted by vandals.
Open Records Request should be submitted to the City Recorder’s Office at 201 North Spring Street or by mail at 201 North Spring Street Shelbyville, TN 37160
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