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Cleveland Permits top $73.7 million for 2005

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The Cleveland Daily Banner published the latest construction figures for Cleveland Tennessee 2005

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Hey thats a good clip of investment for the city. Good to hear that Cleveland is seeing alot of investment dollars come in. I'm always glad to hear about Tennessee cities growing and doing well, esp. the smaller metros which so often get overshadowed by the bigger cities of the state.

Places like Cleveland, Jackson, Clarksville, Mufreesboro, etc are all doing very well, and in many cases percentage wise doing better for pound for pound in some areas of growth than the larger cities of the state.

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Thanks for the investment update on Cleveland. Cleveland is doing well, and I see nothing but good things for the area in the future.

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I got the word on Bradley County housing starts... in 2005 there were 610 residential home starts in unincorporated areas of Bradley County and the City of Charleston... The city housing starts were in the 300 range for 2005 bringing the total for Cleveland and Bradley to ~900 home starts for 2005

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Places like Cleveland, Jackson, Clarksville, Mufreesboro, etc are all doing very well, and in many cases percentage wise doing better for pound for pound in some areas of growth than the larger cities of the state.

I've seen M'boro recently (amazing)... and even Cleveland last summer. But I haven't seen Clarksville. I've heard that it's bursting at the seams.

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^ Clarksville's growth (esp residential) is pretty amazing, you can see signs of it from I-24, lots of woodframes or newly finished housing divisions just sprouting up all over the place. I think it would be a nice place to locate if you wanted to live in Middle Tennessee in a city, but not in Nashville per se.

Cleveland as Habanaro has stated before seems to be very comparable Jackson on many levels, so I just love to hear about whats going on there and compare it to Jackson. Jackson's new growth can mainly be seen from where US 45 intersects I-40 north, mainly along US 45 and its major crossroads/streets. Back to Cleveland though, the more I hear about it the more it sounds like it would be a great place to live if one was after a nice growing city in the East Tennessee area.

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