In the City” Showcases Murfreesboro’s May Events

In the City" offers a glimpse into Murfreesboro's community activities in May.

In the City,” hosted by CityTV’s Michael Linn White, brings another edition filled with exciting developments and activities in the vibrant City of Murfreesboro. This May edition takes viewers on a journey through several key projects and events happening around the city.

One of the highlights is the Town Creek culvert project, which is set to be daylighted to create an urban park. This initiative aims to revitalize an area that has been hidden underground for decades. CityTV’s Steve Burris delves into the history of Town Creek and the ongoing work to transform the space, with insights from City Project Engineer Gabriel Moore and the Ragan Smith team. Viewers can explore this project further through a dedicated segment available on YouTube.

The show also features the transformation of public housing near downtown Murfreesboro, with a focus on Oaklands I and II. The Murfreesboro Housing Authority, led by Executive Director Thomas Rowe, has undertaken a seven-year redevelopment project to provide 150 new affordable homes. Mayor Shane McFarland and Councilwoman Madelyn Scales Harris are among those celebrating this achievement, highlighting the importance of affordable housing solutions in the community.

In addition to these projects, “In the City” covers a range of topics including Earth Day celebrations, the Solar Eclipse viewing, the Read to Succeed Spelling Bee, and the construction of Legacy Pointe by Habitat for Humanity. The program also touches on the popular ‘Lunch on the Plaza’ event, the M’boro Traffic Minute focusing on left turn issues, and a special feature on dolls from the Mid Tenn Doll Club displayed at Cannonsburgh Village.

For those interested in following these stories and more, “In the City” airs on CityTV throughout May at various times, and is also available on the City of Murfreesboro’s YouTube channel and Facebook page. Additional segments and information on the featured stories can be accessed through individual YouTube links provided in the show’s details.

“In the City” is produced by Steve Burris at the studios in Murfreesboro City Hall, and viewers can tune in on Comcast Xfinity Channels 3 and 1094, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and mobile devices. For more city news and updates, visit the Murfreesboro city website or watch past episodes and newsbreaks on their YouTube channel.

For further information on Murfreesboro city events and projects, visit the official website.

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