Holiday city services schedule
The City of Sevierville announces several changes in building and service schedules for Memorial Day, May 29, 2006, as follows:
There will be no bulk/junk collection on Monday, May 29. Bulk/junk collection services will resume on Tuesday, May 30.
Sevierville City Hall offices will be closed on Monday, May 29.
The Sevierville Community Center and Civic Center will be closed on Monday, May 29.
City Park Pool will be open from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Monday, May 29.
Sevierville Water Department offices will be closed on Monday, May 29.
PF Planning Commission meets today
The Pigeon Forge Regional Planning Commission will be convening tomorrow with several subdivisions, site plans, planned developments, rezonings, etcetera, including a final plan for the second phase of Riverstone Resort.
To be located on Dollywood Lane in Pigeon Forge, the second phase of this planned unit development (PUD) involves 156 units, as presented for review by Jim Barnes.
Another agenda item involves the review of a preliminary PUD plan for Engle Town Road, off of Wears Valley, in the city’s planning region. The Heartland PUD Development involves 38 lots to be situated on 40.8 acres, as presented by James Temple.
The planning commission will be meeting at 5:30 tomorrow at the Pigeon Forge City Hall Council Chamber, located at 225 Pine Mountain Rd.
WSCC leadership team chasing national title
Walters State’s Students in Free Enterprise Team may be just days away from a national title.The team is now in Kansas City preparing for the first round of competition, planned for 2 p.m. on May 22. With a win in the first round, the team becomes one of only four teams to advance to the finals on May 23.SIFE is an international organization that helps students learn leadership skills through community service projects. At this competition, teams make presentations detailing projects completed during the last year and are judged by leaders of many prominent corporations.
Knoxville-based NCC promotes exec.
National Coal Corp. has announced the promotion of Bill Snodgrass to Chief Operating Officer, effective May 15. Snodgrass has served as National Coal’s Operations Manager since the Company was founded in 2003. Snodgrass will replace Ken Hodak, who resigned to pursue another opportunity effective May 12, 2006.
Snodgrass was part of the Company’s initial management team, having served as Operations Manager since January 2003. Since then, the Company has grown from operating one to six mines, with three more expected to begin production this summer.
Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., National Coal Corp., through its wholly-owned subsidiary, National Coal Corporation, is engaged in coal mining in East Tennessee and Southeastern Kentucky. Currently, National Coal employs more than 220 people and produces coal from two mines in Tennessee and four mines in Kentucky.