MJ sets community conversation
“He said we were the first to do this in Middle Tennessee, and maybe all of Tennessee,” said Mt. Juliet City Manager Randy Robertson.
Robertson said he sees it as a possible wave of the future for how the city interacts with the community on important issues.
There will be several door prizes at the event as well. There will a self-propelled Cub Cadet, a Dewalt Power Tool set, a handmade quilt, restaurant gift certificates and 52-inch ceiling fans that could be won.
In addition, the 600th person through the door will win a 32-inch flatscreen television.
Editor’s Note: Kenny Howell is the managing editor of The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet. He may be contacted at Editor@thechronicleofmtjuliet.com.