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The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet Tuesday night in regular session to consider a brief agenda.
The only resolution on the agenda is a measure to accept the low bid from Rogers Group to pave the Rescue Squad parking lot. The bid is in the amount of $10,800.
Tuesday night's meeting begins at 7pm at City Hall. It will be preceded at 5:30 by a meeting of the Finance Committee, which will discuss budgets.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency said a bear has been spotted multiple times in the Manchester area.
According to Barry Cross with the TWRA, the bear is believed to be a young cub and has been seen in the area of New Bushy Branch Road.
Cross said the TWRA has responded to several sightings but it was gone each time upon their arrival.
Wildlife officials warn anyone who sees the bear to leave it alone and call 800-624-7406.
County unemployment rates for May show the rates decreased in 58 counties, increased in 11 counties, and remained the same in 26 counties.
Warren County's jobless rate was unchanged from April to May at 3.7 percent. The rate one year ago was 5.7 percent.
White County's unemployment was 4.1 percent, down from 4.2 in April. The rate a year ago was 6.3 percent.
Van Buren County's unemployment dropped from 4.8 to 4.7 percent. Coffee County went from 3.8 to 3.7 percent. DeKalb County went from 4.6 to 4.5 percent. Grundy County went from 5.0 percent to 4.8. And Cannon County was unchanged at 3.7 percent.
Williamson County had the state's lowest unemployment rate at 2.7 percent, while Houston County had the highest at 6.6 percent.
Friday night's Main Street Live concert will feature the Rhythm and Blues sound of Utopia. The band, based in Tullahoma, has performed at Main Street Live on previous occasions. Utopia will take the stage at 7pm on the west lawn of Security Federal Bank.
The opening act will be Griffin Winton and Sam Young at 6pm.
Admission is free and concessions will be available.
Tennessee has been approved by the U.S. Department of Defense to offer a National Guard Youth ChalleNGe program.
Youth ChalleNGe is a residential program for young people aged 16-18 who have dropped out of school and have no criminal record. The voluntary program gives them the opportunity to obtain a high school equivalency diploma outside of a traditional school setting.
Cadets begin with a two-week acclimation period followed by a 20-week residence phase and one-year post-residence mentoring phase.
According to the governor's office, Tennessee's program will be called the "Volunteer Youth ChalleNGe Academy."
Funding of $5.7 million was included in Gov. Bill Haslam's 2016-17 budget. The state's investment is $1.35 million with the remainder coming from federal funds. The first class should begin by mid-2017.