Community Development Block Grant Public Meeting Notice

Lincoln County, Tennessee will hold a public meeting at 4:45 p.m., Tuesday, November 19,2019, in the Lincoln County Courthouse, Circuit Courtroom- 2nd Floor, to discuss the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program administered by the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the guidelines of the program and to solicit input from area residents regarding potential uses of CDBG funds. CDBG funds can be used for public infrastructure such as water line extensions, water system improvements, sewer line extensions, sewer system improvements, housing rehabilitation, and other community development projects such as fire protection, drainage, rural health departments, etc.


All residents or entities with projects are encouraged to attend this meeting or mail suggestions to the County Mayor's office, Lincoln County, P. O. Box 32, Fayetteville, TN 37334. Lincoln County does not discriminate. The location of the meeting is accessible to persons with disabilities. Special accommodations may be provided to persons with disabilities by contacting the County Mayor's Office at (931) 433-3045.


Bill Newman
County Mayor
Bill newman cut out20170905 27088 19pbl34
Welcome from County Mayor Bill Newman

Greetings from Fayetteville, Lincoln County, Tennessee.  I am Bill Newman, the mayor of this wonderful county in southern middle Tennessee.  Our county is 570 square miles of southern hospitality, from our viable, attractive historic downtown square to our scenic country side, you will be amazed at what Lincoln County has to offer.

We are a very diversified county, with agriculture being our largest industry. Lincoln County is one of the top producers of fine cattle in the state.  Our agriculture sales include soybeans, corn, hay, wheat,
cotton, nursery products, poultry, and vegetables.  We are fortunate to be home to manufacturers of bimetallic wire, automotive parts, snack foods, stainless steel kitchen equipment, fiberglass swimming pools, wood pallets and yes two (2) distilleries.  Our dedicated work force takes pride in their work and community.

The Lincoln County Fair is one of the most decorated and recognized fairs in Tennessee.  There is no better place to enjoy the variety of entertainment and displays of agricultural products than our county fair.  We are the only county fair in Tennessee that has harness horse racing.

Education is important to our residents. Lincoln County is home to a college and technology center. Our three (3) school systems (2 public, 1 private Christian) have great traditions of excellence in the classroom and on the playing field.

Lincoln County is the home to numerous historical landmarks.  Camp Blount is one of the few historic sites in Tennessee associated with the War of 1812.  History is one of our best subjects, right there next to hospitality.

Our town square is a destination for those that love antiques and good food.  The Lincoln County Courthouse sits in the middle of the Square and I would like for you to come and visit me.  Whether it’s for a day or the rest of your life, Lincoln County will find a special place in your heart.

Bill Newman
  • Stonebridge20170905 27088 118158f