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Yes, ACH. Complete and return ACH registration form.
No. Review the terms you have with your credit card processor.
Preferred method of payment is a virtual card. It’s more secure. Each payment
has a unique credit card number, expiration date, and security code for each transaction.
Can we count on your participation?
Yes, each virtual card payment will include the invoices that are being paid.
Can you accept an ACH payment?
MJTV is the City of Mt. Juliet's Government Access television station.
MJTV is broadcast to all local Comcast and TDS television subscribers. MJTV can also be viewed on live web stream.
Government Access TV stations like MJTV, are a resource of the city to address local municipal programming needs. The City may use the channel to cablecast city council meetings, local emergency announcements and other events and programs as related to the local government. Public Access TV stations provide the forum for the general public to air programming. The City of Mt. Juliet does not currently have a Public Access TV Station.
No commercial advertisements are accepted to run on MJTV. If a business / organization is sponsoring a community event, then that company may be mentioned on the slide announcing that event.
The preferred method is to submit a PowerPoint slide with all the information about your event. It should be brief, use font sizes 20pt or larger and avoid large amounts of the color red. Email your slides or if you don't have access to PowerPoint, then you can email your event information to email@example.com
Yes. The inflatable company must have an Amusement Device Operating Permit from the State of Tennessee as well as Certificate of Liability insurance that is up to one million dollars, with the City of Mt. Juliet Parks and Recreation being an additional certificate holder on that policy.
For more information please call the Mt. Juliet Parks & Recreation Department at 615-758-6522.
Eligibility requirements include: age/ disability; ownership/ residency; and income (except veterans and their eligible surviving spouses). To apply for property tax relief you must meet these three basic criteria - these are described below. Reimbursements for the property taxes of low-income homeowners who are elderly or disabled are provided by the state of Tennessee. Income does not apply to disabled veterans or their surviving spouses. Reimbursements are given on all orpart of the local taxes paid on property which the taxpayer owns and uses as his/her residence. These benefits are paid on the first $27,600 market value of the property. If your residence is a mobile home, a copy of your title or bill of sale is required.
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Stormwater runoff is the water that flows off roofs, driveways, parking lots, streets and other hard surfaces during rain storms. Stormwater runoff is also the rain that flows off grass surfaces and wooded areas that is not absorbed into the soil. The runoff that is not absorbed into the ground pours into ditches, culverts, catch basins and storm sewers. It does not receive any treatment before entering the streams and lakes.
Water from rain or melting snow either seeps into the ground or “runs off” to lower areas, making its way into streams, lakes, and other water bodies. On its way, runoff water can pick up and carry many substances that pollute water. Examples of common pollutants include fertilizers, pesticides, pet wastes, sediments, oils, salts, trace metals, grass clippings, leaves and litter. Stormwater polluted runoff can be generated anywhere people use or alter the land, such as farms, yards, roofs, driveways, construction sites, and roadways.