Committee comes on the heels of council’s decision to limit alcohol on all municipal properties

Cookeville – At the Thursday, Jan. 18 meeting of the Cookeville City Council, the Council agreed to establish a committee that would “evaluate and develop procedures and policies to allow the consumption of alcohol on public property.”

The new committee comes on the heels of the council’s decision to limit alcohol on all municipal prpertires. Applications are now open for the Committee, according to the city.

“… Please complete this short application and return by email to the executive assistant to the City Manager, Kristina Buttram at kristinab@cookeville-tn.gov or return a physical copy to Cookeville City Hall, 45 East Broad Street,” according to a release. 

Deadlines for applications are Jan. 31.

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