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Spring Hill Battlefield Task Force
Created by the adoption of Resolution 15-10 in February 2015 by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, the Spring Hill Battlefield Task Force was created to explore the opportunities to preserve and protect the integrity of Spring Hill Civil War Battlefield.

The charge of the Task Force includes: 
  • To identify the geographical location of Spring Hill Battlefield, and determine the current condition of cultural and natural resources.
  • To assist private land owners, the City and other entities, such as non-profit land trusts, in the coordination of exploring opportunities that might exist to preserve and protect the integrity of Spring Hill Battlefield.
  • To explore opportunities that might exist for the City or other entities to acquire additional portions of Spring Hill Battlefield for the purpose of preservation, and explore opportunities of funding sources, including public and private grants.
  • To assist the Board of Mayor and Aldermen in developing a plan for the preservation, management, and interpretation of Spring Hill Battlefield, including, but not limited to, exploring the possibility of establishing land use policy that would protect the integrity of Spring Hill Battlefield through establishment of a Battlefield Overlay District.

The Battlefield Task Force will meet as needed, and will expire on the earlier of December 31, 2015 or immediately following the presentation to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of such reports or recommendations as are required to complete its charge.

Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. 
Most Recent AgendaView All Agendas and Minutes

Contacting the Battlefield Task Force
Task Force members serve in an appointed role and are employed elsewhere during the day; therefore, questions and correspondence should be directed to the City Administrator, Victor Lay.

You may also contact Task Force members via their individual email addresses.  Any correspondence, whether written or emailed, is considered public information.

Membership
Pursuant to Resolution 15-10, membership of the Battlefield Task Force consists of members appointed by the Mayor, with one (1) member each of the following Commissions and Committees of the City of Spring Hill:  Historic Commission, Budget and Finance Advisory Committee, and Transportation Advisory Committee, along with up to four (4) additional members from the community.
  • Alderman Jonathan Duda - Chairman (Email)
  • Alderman Amy Wurth - Vice-Chair  (Email)   
  • Dan Allen - Secretary (Email)
  • Alderman Chad Whittenburg (Email
  • Gwynne Evans, Maury County Commissioner (Email
  • Eric Jacobson, Battle of Franklin Trust (Email)
  • John Maher, Homebuilder

 Spring Hill Battlefield Task Force Resources

 Document Name Date
Garrow & Associates, Inc. - Limited Archaeological Assessment of the 1864 Civil War Battlefield at Spring Hill, Tennessee.
A limited archaeological field survey of the Civil War battlefield at Spring Hill, Tennessee, was conducted by Garrow & Associates, Inc., for the Spring Hill Battlefield Preservation Council.
 July 1995
The Countryside Exchange - Spring Hill Report.
Completed in Fall 1995, in conjunction with the American Battlefield Protection Program of the National Park Service, this study was completed to study battlefield preservation, economic development and growth policy opportunities in Spring Hill.
 Fall 1995
White Star Consulting - Detailed Interpretation Plan for the Spring Hill, Tennessee Battlefield.
White Star Consulting was commissioned by the Maury County Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Association for the Preservation of Civil War Sites to prepare a Detailed Interpretation Plan for the Spring Hill, Tennessee 
battlefield. Funding for this project was provided by the American Battlefield Protection Program of the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
February 14, 1997


 Document Name Date
BOMA Resolution 11-122
(Resolution Establishing the Transportation Advisory Committee for the City of Spring Hill)
 11-21-2011
TAC Report to Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
(Statement of purpose and proposed policy priorities)
 02-13-2012
TAC Report to Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
(Recommendations for FY2012/2013 Operating Budget and 2012/2017 CIP Funding for Transportation Projects)
 05-02-2012
TAC Report Supplemental to Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
(Regional Transportation Projects 'RTP' and Road Improvement Plan 'RIP' Project Details)
 05-02-2012
TAC Report to Nashville Area MPO
(Recommendations for Amendments to Major Roadway Network - Response to Call for Amendments to MPO Major Roadway Network) 
 06-29-2012
TAC Report to Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
(Recommendations for 2012/2017 CIP Funding for Traffic Signalization)
 11-19-2012
 Document Name Date
BOMA Resolution 11-122
(Resolution Establishing the Transportation Advisory Committee for the City of Spring Hill)
 11-21-2011
TAC Report to Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
(Statement of purpose and proposed policy priorities)
 02-13-2012
TAC Report to Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
(Recommendations for FY2012/2013 Operating Budget and 2012/2017 CIP Funding for Transportation Projects)
 05-02-2012
TAC Report Supplemental to Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
(Regional Transportation Projects 'RTP' and Road Improvement Plan 'RIP' Project Details)
 05-02-2012
TAC Report to Nashville Area MPO
(Recommendations for Amendments to Major Roadway Network - Response to Call for Amendments to MPO Major Roadway Network) 
 06-29-2012
TAC Report to Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
(Recommendations for 2012/2017 CIP Funding for Traffic Signalization)
 11-19-2012