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TDEC Awards Grant to Oak Ridge for Blankenship Field Renovation

Dec 14, 2017 - The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation approved a $496,000 grant that will be awarded to the City for renovating Blankenship Field. The grant will receive an equal match from the Blankenship Field Revitalization Foundation.
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CodeRED Updates Short Code for Emergency Messages

Dec 14, 2017 - CodeRED, the emergency notification system utilized by the Oak Ridge Fire Department, launched a new short code for SMS text messages and Weather Warning messages this week. Notifications will now come from 76993.
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DOE Grants 45-Day Delay for Electrical Transmission Line Project

Dec 12, 2017 - The Department of Energy’s NNSA electrical substation project that seeks to clear-cut 2.1 miles of trees along the top of Pine Ridge has been delayed for 45 days, though some logging will reportedly still occur during this time.
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Water Line Leak Detection Survey Now Underway in Oak Ridge

Dec 12, 2017 - Wachs Water Services, working under contract for the City, is conducting a leak detection survey on water lines. Crews will be listening to underground lines in an effort to detect leaks and areas for potential water main breaks through mid-January.
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City Council Authorizes Action in Response to DOE’s Electrical Project

Dec 08, 2017 - The Oak Ridge City Council unanimously approved three actions during a special called meeting on December 8th in response to the Department of Energy’s NNSA decision to proceed with an electrical transmission line project on top of Pine Ridge.
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Turtle Park Sewer Rehabilitation Project Update #9

Dec 08, 2017 - Work will continue on several new streets next week to rehabilitate sewer collection pipes in the Turtle Park Sewer Shed. Areas affected by phase two of the project include City easements in yards and in roadways.
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Oak Ridge and Clinton Police Team Up to Boost Safety at Christmas Parades

Dec 05, 2017 - Oak Ridge and Clinton are scheduled to hold Christmas parades on December 9. The police departments will share resources this year in order to boost traffic control and other precautionary safety measures.
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