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Selmer, Tn Downtown (1) Compressed

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The Selmer Business Alliance is applying for a grant to help beautify our downtown. I can in to help create this slide show to include with the grant application.

The Selmer Business Alliance is applying for a grant to help beautify our downtown. I can in to help create this slide show to include with the grant application.

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  • 1. Selmer Tennessee
    STATE OF TENNESSEE
     
    DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC
    AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    TENNESSEE MAIN STREET PROGRAM –
    TENNESSEE DOWNTOWNS
     
    2010 TENNESSEE DOWNTOWNS
    Submitted By:
    SELMER BUSINESS ALLIANCE
     
     
     
     
    Date:
    February 5,2010
  • 2. Courthouse
  • 3. Main Street
    Selmer, Tennessee
    3
  • 4. Latta Building
    Selmer, Tennessee
    4
    Proposed future home of the McNairy County visitors and culture center, this circa 1930 building was once used as a public gathering space and soon will be again; corner of Fourth Street and Court Avenue just across from the courthouse.
  • 5. Pat’s Cafe
    Selmer, Tennessee
    5
    Pat's Cafe is a landmark business and purveyor of everyone's favorite "slug burger."
  • 6. Museum
    Selmer, Tennessee
    6
    The old Ritz Theatre houses the
    McNairy County Historical Museum at the
    corner of Third Street and Warren Avenue.
  • 7. Rockabilly Mural
    Selmer, Tennessee
    7
    Commissioned in 2008 and finished in 2009, the Rockabilly Highway
    Mural at the Corner of Court Avenue and Second Street
    celebrates Selmer's Rockabilly Music roots.
  • 8. Chamber of Commerce
    Selmer, Tennessee
    8
  • 9. Selmer Chiropractic Center
    Selmer, Tennessee
    9
    Several medical professionals practice in the downtown area including two General
    Practitioners, a Dentist, an Optometrist and a Chiropractor shown here.
  • 10. Village Coffee House
    Selmer, Tennessee
    10
    Thoroughly refurbished and recently
    opened, Village Coffee House on
    Court Ave. is one of the most
    attractive additions to downtown
    in many years.
  • 11. Thrift Store
    Selmer, Tennessee
    11
  • 12. First Christian Church
    Selmer, Tennessee
    12
  • 13. Feeney Law Firm
    Selmer, Tennessee
    13
  • 14. 4th Street Church of Christ
    Selmer, Tennessee
    14
  • 15. Train Station
    Selmer, Tennessee
    15
    Turn of the century passenger depot on
    the Mobile and Ohio railroad (looking north).
  • 16. Shelter Insurance
    Selmer, Tennessee
    16
  • 17. Streets
    Selmer, Tennessee
    17
  • 18. Street Lighting
    Selmer, Tennessee
    18
    Decorative lighting (foreground)
    installed in the 1990s is functional
    and adequate.
    Three of the older buildings in
    downtown (background)
    date to the late19th century.
  • 19. China King
    Selmer, Tennessee
    19
  • 20. City Hall
    Selmer, Tennessee
    20
  • 21. Drug Store
    Selmer, Tennessee
    21
  • 22. Arts in McNairy
    Selmer, Tennessee
    22
    Glass artist's studio on Warren Ave. (left) with
    Selmer's first municipal fire station next door (right).
  • 23. Community Center
    Selmer, Tennessee
    23
  • 24. Post Office
    Selmer, Tennessee
    24
  • 25. Paper
    Selmer, Tennessee
    25
    Corner of Second Street and Warren Avenue, the Independent Appeal (Weekly Newspaper)
    is the oldest continuously operating business in McNairy County.
  • 26. Historic Homes
    Selmer, Tennessee
    26
  • 27. Funeral Home
    Selmer, Tennessee
    27
  • 28. Future Green Space/Farmer’s Market to the Right
    Selmer, Tennessee
    28
  • 29. Future Parking for Famer’s Market
    Selmer, Tennessee
    29
    (looking south) Railroad tracks on the far left; old depot with green roof in the distance;
    typical downtown building in the middle; future public green space on the far right.
  • 30. Cypress Creek
    Selmer, Tennessee
    30
    Cypress Creek a tributary of the Tuscumbia River was once an important waterway
    into the interior of the county. It runs near the downtown district.

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