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During the latest in a series of monthly meetings, the county Strategic Planning Committee heard from the Manchester mayor and two aldermen their thoughts on growth in the city.

Some key issues discussed were opening the urban growth boundary, animal control, and the prospect of a city high school.

John has been with the Manchester Times since May 2011. John has won Tennessee Press Association awards for Best News Photo and placed in numerous other categories. John is a 1994 graduate of Tullahoma High School, a graduate of Motlow State Community College and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Middle Tennessee State University. He lives in Tullahoma, enjoys painting, dancing and exploring the outdoors.

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Download the free Manchester Times mobile app at the app store. John has won Tennessee Press Association awards for Best News Photo and placed in numerous other categories.

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