Cedar Bluff Town Park Will Be Ready For Liberty Day

Cedar Bluff Town Park Will Be Ready For Liberty Day

During the Cedar Bluff Town Council meeting Monday afternoon, Mayor Crane asked employees for a status of the electrical work being done in the Town Park. She was told the contractor said the work would be done in 14 days. The Park’s electrical system had to be upgraded to accommodate the need for Liberty Day and other activities in the Park. The Town’s new sign is to be installed this week also. The small pavilion was torn down and a metal frame pavilion is to be built and ready for the June 29 Liberty Day event.

Mayor Crane said Liberty Day would begin at 8 am with activities going on throughout the day with vendors, entertainment and culminating with the annual fireworks show over the water at 9 pm. Crane said the fireworks show would be twice as long as 2023. She told the group the Town is accepting donations to cover the extra costs.

Fire Chief Steven Kimmons told WEIS Radio News, the fire department will be selling Ribeye Steak Sandwiches at the small pavilion in the Park this year.

Police Chief Jeremy Stepps said the department patrolled 12,700 miles for the month of May with 17 felony arrests made, 32 misdemeanor arrests, issued 44 citations, 108 warnings, served 10 warrants, issued 70 incident and offense reports, and made 6640 business checks at night during the month.

Firefighter Bill Warren gave the Fire Department report for May with the department assisting on 9 medical calls, one electrical fire, one controlled burn, answered 4 false alarm calls, and one structure fire.

The Building Inspector’s report indicated there were 5 building permits issues, 3 sewer permits, and 222 camper permits issued.

The next meeting of the Cedar Bluff Town Council will be July 8 at 5:00 pm.



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