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Scott Gregory bid farewell to Tullahoma’s planning commission last week after seven years of service to the board. Mayor Curlee presented Gregory with a plaque thanking him for his years of service at last week’s Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting.

Scott Gregory bid farewell to Tullahoma’s planning commission last week after seven years of service to the board.

Mayor Curlee presented Gregory with a plaque thanking him for his years of service at last week’s Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting.

“I remember asking Mr. Gregory to serve all those years ago, and he agreed willingly,” Curlee said. “He has done a great job and I appreciate him and the time that he gave to serve our community.”

Gregory was initially asked to step in and finish out a term for two years and went on to serve another five year term.

“I have had the seat for seven years and 84 meetings and I’ll proudly say that I made it to most of those meetings,” Gregory said. “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve.”

 “It is hard to believe that I have been serving that long,” Gregory said. “I am proud that I was able to serve my community this way.”

As far as future plans go, Gregory is going back to what he knows. As a local custom home builder, it was a great experience for him to serve on the board and learn more about the planning side to complement his years of contracting experience.

“It was a good experience for me, as a builder, to sit on the board and learn so much about the guides and regulations for subdivisions in our community,” Gregory said. “I will continue on with my custom homes business and take that knowledge with me.”

Katelyn Lawson may be reached at klawson@tullahomanews.com.