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“We have a place here that people travel a long way to get. I hope we can keep it this way as long as we can.”Name

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City seeks ideas for beautification

Know the perfect place for a new tree or a trash cleanup? The City is looking for areas that could use beautification and places that need more plants and trees. Call 615-372-8677.

Amanda Rhinehart

Welcome new City Manager Amanda Rhinehart

The City of Forest Hills is pleased to introduce Amanda Rhinehart as the new City Manager.

Amanda comes to us with a strong background in planning and community development. She's formerly the head of that division for the city of Shelbyville. Amanda has also worked in local public offices in Bloomington, Indiana, and Colton, California, as well as for the states of Indiana and Tennessee in community development capacities.

She holds a B.S. degree in public affairs and a master's degree in public administration. Amanda is the section director for Middle Tennessee’s Chapter of the American Planning Association.

Watch for an article in the next City newsletter about Amanda.

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BISON MEADOW

A fiery skipper butterfly fuels up for fall on Bison Meadow’s purple asters, the colorful perennials with starry-shaped flowers. Butterflies love them for the nectar, and caterpillars for their foliage. Learn More

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FOREST HILLS HISTORY

Inhabitants enjoyed hunting and camping in these forested hills as long as 12,000 years ago. In the late 18th century, land grants brought the first settlers to the area. Soon the Natchez Trace through Forest Hills. Learn More