Ashland City breaks ground on new city hall
Officials with Ashland City broke ground on the city’s new $9.4 million city hall facility, which has been several years in the planning. The funding comes from the Tennessee Municipal Bond Fund, USDA funds, and $750,000 in town funds. Architect Josh Wright and officials with Solomon Builders were also on hand to help in the groundbreaking. The town also hosted a ribbon cutting for the new Fire Station No. 1, which will serve as the new headquarters for the Ashland City Fire Department.