Clarksville city code allows for a $10 fine to be issued for staying past the time on a parking meter on the Street. After Scoop: Clarksville began calling out the bad practices of the meter maids last month, who were standing at cars waiting for them to expire, some employees are now receiving $40 tickets, in violation of city code.
The Clarksville Parking Commission started issuing parking tickets every two hours. Previously, one parking ticket would be issued per day but the City Code allows for violations every 2 hours, per meeting minutes the change was brought on by the City Accounting Manager and Roxy Director.
The after-hours club KTK located at 3441 Fort Campbell Boulevard was the scene for multiple public disturbances in the early morning hours after their soft opening on September 4th. The business is now seeking an after-hours permit from the city.
Though county officials have not officially confirmed, multiple employees have reported the county IT department is battling a #ransomware attack that has disabled all county computer systems, servers, and user accounts – including 911 operators, who say they’re working on “pen and paper” as of Saturday mid-day.
On September 3rd during the monthly regular session, the Clarksville City Council passed on first reading an ordinance brought forward by Ward 11’s Gary Norris that would permit the council the ability to pay attorney fees for those facing ethics violation complaints.
Tarboosh Hookah Bar in downtown Clarksville has agreed to a six-month suspension of its liquor license, after the TABC (TN Alcoholic Beverage Commission) filed suit, alleging violations of multiple executive orders, refusing to provide records to the TABC, failing to keep records of purchases and sales of liquor, and overall posing a risk to public safety.
23-year-old Chase Bowman-Raines was federally indicted with possession and distribution of child pornography. His wife continued to offer child care services out of their Fort Campbell home.
Montgomery County Director of Public Health Joey Smith confirmed via social media that Montgomery County made the list of the top twenty cities in Tennessee for COVID-19 deaths.
Mayor Jim Durrett disregards his own mask mandate while swearing in Wendy Davis as the interim circuit court clerk.
29-year-old Amy Lynn had her pharmacy technician registration revoked by the Tennessee Board of Pharmacy for diverting 10,884 pills, including oxymorphone, oxycodone, and alprazolam. Her workplace suffered a loss of $90,000.