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Congratulations to Oak Ridge Schools' Teacher of the Year

Feb 16, 2018 - Last month, Oak Ridge Schools announced their school-level teachers of the year. Now, they have announced the district-wide Teacher of the Year: Steve Reddick of Jefferson Middle.
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Spring Softball Registration Opens February 20

Feb 12, 2018 - Team registration for the City of Oak Ridge Recreation and Parks Department’s 2018 Spring Softball season opens Tuesday, February 20. Softball leagues for men, women and a co-ed league will be offered.
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Lane Closures on South Tulane Avenue to Begin Feb. 12

Feb 09, 2018 - Public Works is providing notice that a portion of S. Tulane Avenue will be closed beginning Monday, February 12, and continuing for an estimated three weeks. The closure is necessary for construction activity near Main Street Oak Ridge.
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Public Progress Meeting on New Oak Ridge Senior Center Project

Feb 09, 2018 - The Senior Advisory Board will hold a progress meeting on February 15 at the Civic Center regarding the City’s new senior center project. Board members and all other interested citizens are encouraged to attend.
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Oak Ridge Municipal Planning Commission Meeting Changes

Feb 06, 2018 - The Oak Ridge Municipal Planning Commission's meeting on Thursday, February 15, 2018, will be a work session for members. The meeting set for Thursday, February 22, will be a business meeting.
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Higher Energy Bills on the Way Again Due to Cold Weather

Feb 05, 2018 - Electric bills for residents across our region are much higher than normal as a result of the extreme winter temperatures. As this cold weather persists, customers will continue to see significant increases in their utility bills.
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Turtle Park Sewer Rehabilitation Project Update #13

Feb 05, 2018 - Work will continue on several new streets this 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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