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Collierville’s Fleet Maintenance Team Tightens the Bolt on Repair Costs

unit 614 optFleet Maintenance is one of eight divisions of the Collierville Public Services Department. It’s a division that doesn’t have much visibility, but behind the scenes they are solving problems in innovative ways with the end result of making the most of every one of your tax dollars.

One example of their capabilities is the case of Units 614 (pictured) and 312. In Public Services speak, “units” are vehicles used in the performance of the services the department provides. These units visit Fleet Maintenance when they need a tune-up or some other service.

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James Lewellen Speaks at May Collierville Chamber Luncheon

james chamber lunch 2017 optTown Administrator James Lewellen was the featured speaker at the Collierville Chamber of Commerce May General Membership Luncheon on May 10, 2017. With the topic of "The Benchmarks of a Great City," he shared with the audience a glimpse of the past, since his start with the Town in 1995, and how different the Town of Collierville is today.

To view the slides from his presentation, click here.

Town Strives to Maintain Pristine Parkland with New Ordinance

refuse on greenbelt optIt’s no secret that the Town of Collierville prides itself for beautifully landscaped greenspace throughout Town parks, roadways and greenbelt trails. What may be lesser known is the expanse of parkland and continuous dedication of the Town’s Grounds and Parks Maintenance Division to keep Collierville in pristine shape.

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Collierville Mayor Stan Joyner to Receive Dunavant Public Service Award

Stan Joyner Mayor of Collierville optCollierville Mayor Stan Joyner will be honored by the Rotary Club of Memphis East as the recipient of the 2017 Dunavant Public Servant Award. The award, which is named after long time Probate Court Clerk Bobby Joe Dunavant, is presented annually to one non-elected official and one elected official in Memphis and Shelby County for their commitment to public service. Keenon McCloy, Director of the Memphis Public Library and Information Center, has been selected as the non-elected recipient.

Serving his third term as Mayor, Joyner was nominated for his commitment to serve the citizens of Collierville based on the values of honesty, integrity, transparency and accountability.

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Town Moving Forward with Improvements at the site of the Collierville Schools Administration Office

admin construction optThe buildings at Poplar and Walnut that are known as the Historic High School and now serve as the administrative offices for Collierville Schools are getting a face lift. A portion of buildings constructed in the 1970’s is being torn down and the original Historic High School which houses the Collierville Schools administration is undergoing building system upgrades. The building that is being torn down had become too costly to renovate and maintain and is not part of the buildings that has historical significance.

“This land has been the site of education in Collierville since the late 1800’s,” said Derek Honeycutt, Director of General Services. “There are a lot of memories associated with the historic building, therefore we are not only preserving the building but improving it too.”

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