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6300 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville TN 37215 • phone 615/372-8677 fax 615/372-8680 • cityofforesthills@cityofforesthills.com

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February 19

Commissioners 5pm

February 24

Planning 5pm

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Commissioners 5pm

March 12

Planning 6pm

March 13

BZA 8am

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Planning meeting rescheduled to February 24

Because of inclement weather leading to lack of a quorum, the Planning Commission meeting has been moved to February 24 at 5 p.m. at City Hall. Agenda

Vandal

Help identify pump house vandal

The City of Forest Hills needs your help! We have footage of the infamous pump house vandal that “decorates” the pump house on the corner of Stanford and Hillsboro on an almost monthly basis.

Please review this video and alert the City if you recognize the person.

You might have also seen pictures on the news and The Tennessean. We are all trying to work together to end the graffiti. We strive to keep our community beautiful and this consistent vandalism defies that goal.

NES plans tree trimming in Forest Hills

In the next two to three weeks, Nashville Electric Service will trim trees and remove vegetation to protect the electric lines. This is done periodically to ensure residents have continuous and reliable power.

Contractors will be working along the Cromwell corridor and a portion of Old Hickory Blvd. The areas include Cromwell, portions of Montcrest, Melbourne, and Gardendale, Old Hickory Blvd. from Hillsboro Pike to Balleroy, and the Cambridge Downs and Balleroy subdivisions.

Affected residents should receive an automated call from and literature from NES before work commences. The contractor working for NES will be Trees Inc. You may have noticed markings on trees indicating if they will be pruned or removed. Trees Inc. will be operating according to those markings.

Should you have questions about the process, please call NES at 615/695-7400.


 

Meadow WatchBison

The namesakes of Bison Meadow, the nine steel sculptures created by Alan LeQuire collectively named "Bison," are included on a new public art website, explorenashvilleart.com, which provides maps, tours, links, and descriptions of little-known city art. MORE

FOREST HILLS HISTORY

Sled

Resident James Gardner III shared this photo of the family's first home on Otter Creek Road. More