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Property Transfers

• Michael T. Kopp and Jeanette Kopp to Joseph Ardiel Lubrico and Noemi T. Lubrico for $175,900 (Waters of Hidden Springs) • Bradley Loeffel, Brandi Loeffel and Brandie Loeffel to Christopher T. Chatfield and Amanda H. Chatfield for $134,000 (Village of Oakland) • Jason K. Brigham to CarriAnn Bingham for $140,000 (Gardens of Hidden Springs) […]

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Oakland Property Transfers

• JP Morgan Chase Bank to Michael J. Choate and Deborah K. Choate for $42,000 (1 acre) • George Burt Young to Larry R. Carroll and Georgeine Carroll for $60,000 (5.9 acres) • Riverbend Building Corporation Inc. to Geneva Homes Inc. for $130,000 (Fair Meadows of Oakland) • Douglas B. Andersen to Douglas B. Adersen […]

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Fayette home sales the highest in five years

Fayette County reached the 350-sales mark for homes last month faster than it has in any previous year since 2008.  According to data released this week by the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, the county has seen 373 sales this year through August. The median sales price in Fayette has climbed $5,000 to $170,000, the […]

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Ribbon Cutting

The Oakland Regional Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Do Work Training Systems at 445 S. Bowers Road, Suite 6 in Oakland. For more information, call owners Clint and Rachel Cox (cover) at 490-6868.

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Ribbon Cutting

The Oakland Regional Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Ubiquisoft Technologies on June 28 at the Renaissance Center in Hickory Withe. The store also had an open house that day with a gourmet lunch catered and giveaways, including an iPad mini. Ubiquisoft owners are Keith and Tonya Wimberly. Ubiquisoft Technologies is a […]

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Ordinance would prohibit junked vehicles placed in view of public

The Oakland Board of Mayor and Aldermen has unanimously passed an ordinance on first reading that would prohibit the placement of junked motor vehicles in public view. Board members took the action during their April 18 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Karl Chambless and seconded by Alderman John Troncone. The proposed […]

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Board postpones ordinance that would re-zone 61 acres

The Oakland Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted unanimously last week to postpone the final reading of an ordinance that would re-zone property from High- to Low-Density Residential. Board members took the action during their Dec. 20 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Karl Chambless and seconded by Alderman Chris Goodman. The […]

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Somerville-based farm equipment company sold to H&R Agri-Power

The Willie German Equipment Company in Somerville and Brownsville has been acquired by H&R Agri-Power. The acquisition occurred last week and consists of two farm equipment dealerships that feature farm equipment for Case IH, Zimmatic, Bush Hog, Kuhn, Woods, Great Plains and other manufacturers. H&R Agri-Power officials said they plan to “preserve and build upon […]

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Property Transfers

District 7 • Billy C. Duncan and Sue Duncan to Ronnie M. Cowles and Virginia S. Cowles for $285,000 (2.136 acres) • Gary L. Aaron and Susan P. Aaron to Steven B. Hansen and Tammy R. Hansen for $280,000 (Woodmont Estate) • Mallorie Lindsey to Derrick R. Duell and Melanie D. Duell for $405,000 (Aston […]

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Action postponed for third time on purchase of office building

By Bill Short For the third consecutive month, the Oakland Board of Mayor and Aldermen has unanimously postponed the purchase of an office building at 70 Clay St. Board members made that decision again during their Aug. 16 regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Alderman Maggie Powers and seconded by Alderman Karl Chambless. […]

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