Brian Nicholson of Studio Four Design, at left, lead architect working on the Phillips 66 site, shared some updated preliminary plans with Farragut officials and Town staffers during the regular Staff/Developer meeting Oct. 1. At right is Town administrator David Smoak, and, center, are Brian Russell and Kim Firkins, both of Studio Four Design.
Plans for Admiral Landing are scheduled to be on the upcoming Farragut Municipal Planning Commission agenda Thursday, Oct. 17.
Brian Nicholson of Studio Four Design shared several prospective drawings with Town staff and officials Tuesday, Oct. 1, during the regular Staff/Developer meeting, which went into a little more detail of what owners Doug Justus and Carols Cortez have in mind for what was the former Farragut Phillips 66 convenience story at the corner of Kingston Pike and Campbell Station Road.
FHS Homecoming Queen, senior Janine Morris, escorted by her father, Danny Morris.
Senior Janine Morris, is crowned 2019 Farragut High School Football Homecoming Queen by 2018 FHS Queen Maddie Smith.
‘Shave’ of support for FHS’s Howe, Fuller after $3,000 to fight breast cancer pledged
dam Fuller, and fellow Farragut High School senior Garrett Howe flash smiles as they get their heads shaved by Studio 135 professionals during the third quarter of the Science Hill-FHS Football Homecoming game. These section leaders promised to have their heads shaved if they reached the $3,000 fund-raising mark to benefit American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Prayer Warriors team.
Two Farragut High School seniors put their locks on the line and paid the price last Friday, Oct. 4 —all for a great cause.
Garrett Howe and Adam Fuller had their heads shaved during the third quarter of the FHS versus Johnson City Science Hill Football Homecoming game, after exceeding a $3,000 fundraising goal they had set just days before to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer FHS Prayer Warriors team.
Following the monthly Town of Farragut Staff/Developer meeting in Town Hall Thursday, Oct. 1, John Baker of Horne Properties has decided to postpone, by at least one month, a rezoning request for 32.7 acres behind the old Ingles shopping center.
Instead, he is supporting a workshop and discussions to perhaps amend the Town’s zoning ordinance, which is set to be discussed during the Oct. 17 Farragut Municipal Planning Commission meeting.
=More than 30 Farragut residents, elected officials and Town staffers attended a visioning workshop for the McFee Road and corridor Thursday, Oct. 3, in Farragut Town Hall Community Room.
In response to the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s ongoing Concord Road Expansion project, First Utility District is planning what is estimated to be a maximum 12-day nighttime road closure at the intersection of Turkey Creek and Concord roads, which began Monday evening, Oct. 7.
• I’m writing to you all today because I’m very concerned for our local environment. We, as a community, are causing serious harm and probably not even aware of it. Our beloved pets are a huge source of this pollution.