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Harriman, TN 37748
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P. O. Drawer  433
Harriman, TN 37748
FAX 865-882-7031

DATE: May 27, 2015

FROM: Angela Skidmore
Harriman City Clerk

SUBJECT: Public Hearing


Notice is hereby given that, a Public Hearing will be held before the City Council
of the City of Harriman in the City Municipal Complex, located at 609 N. Roane
Street, Harriman Tennessee at 6:45 P.M. on June 2, 2015 for

Taking public comments, on a proposal, to replace the tennis courts at Drack’s Track in
South Harriman with an infield to be used by teams warming up prior to games at the
adjoining field. Written comments regarding this proposal can be submitted to the City
through June 8, 2015. For more information, contact City Hall at 865-882-9414.

Angela Skidmore
Harriman City Clerk
As Mayor, I am continuously proud of the commitment our local leadership
and citizens keep while moving  forward in tough economic times. As a
result, our city is seeing some really positive improvements.
Our Midtown area has seen growth recently and is continuing. Our historic
downtown area is seeing some movement with proposals on the available
downtown properties being reviewed by the Harriman Industrial
Development Board. Details are now being ironed out that will bring
additional businesses to our city.
Chris Mason
Mayor, City of Harriman
Meeting Minutes
Harriman is the perfect spot for entrepreneurs looking to start a business because:
•   Downtown Harriman has available buildings/properties (SOME ON THE MAIN
STREET!) and are asking you to make an offer. Look at website for more
•  We have Roane State Community College and Tennessee College of Applied Technology
within a few minutes drive, not to mention several other Universities and Colleges nearby. 
•   We have recreational/outdoor activity locations most within walking distance of ball parks,
the Emory River, Harriman Farmer’s Market, historical sites/homes. We have cultural venues
such as entertainment at the Princess Theatre, Roane State Community College and other hot
spots around the city.
•   Harriman was voted the “Best City to Live In” by the Roane County News Readers’ Choice
•  Tourism is one of the largest industries for the state of Tennessee. Harriman is located between
two of the most visited tourist attractions in the state; the City of Nashville and the Great
Smoky Mountains National Park. Great business clientele resource.
•  There is a low cost of living, business tax incentives through the state, and Harriman is one of
the most welcoming and friendly places to live in the nation.
For these reasons and more, companies are looking to Harriman to open businesses and to make it
their home.
If you are interested in making Harriman your home to live and/or work, please contact us for
any information you may need.
Chris Mason, Mayor
Roane County is a Sustainable Silver Community. 
The City of Harriman
609 N. Roane Street
Harriman, Tennessee 37748

Open Monday through Friday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Phone: 865-882-9414
FAX: 865-882-7031