The Mosheim Board of Mayor and Aldermen have a lengthy list of capital projects in mind for the coming 10 years, according to Vice Mayor Tommy Gregg.
The board met last Thursday at Mosheim Town Hall to discuss future projects.
The Greeneville Sun was not in attendance at the meeting, but spoke with Vice Mayor Gregg on Monday.
The project that the board is likely to address first, Gregg said, is a historical walking trail at Bridge Burners Cemetery, formerly known as Harmon Cemetery.
The Town will determine more details on the length of the trail and, from there, will estimate a cost before applying for grants through the First Tennessee Development District, Gregg said.
"We have to turn this in by May," he explained. "The minimum grant you can apply for is $20,000 with a $5,000 match. The maximum is $200,000 with $50,000 matching."
Other proposed projects included:
* purchasing property to expand the town;
* expanding the Mosheim Library;
* establishing a police department;
* making improvements to the town park;
* putting up new street lighting;
* improving storm drainage control; and,
* extensive paving.
In other business, Gregg noted announcements, including Mosheim Fun Days on June 1, which will feature a car show, crafts, entertainment and fireworks.
In addition, the Mosheim Library will be closed March 7 and 8 for maintenance.
The board met in closed session at the close of the regular meeting on Thursday to discuss a land dispute lawsuit between the Town of Mosheim and Rogers Petroleum.