The town of Mosheim has a Governing Board consisting of Mayor and Aldermen. This system of governance is known as "Mayor/Aldermanic Charter". The officials are elected to four year terms and consist of the Mayor and Four Aldermen. The board meets every month on the 4th Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm at the Town Hall.
The town currently has No Property Tax.
The town has a Planning Commission whose members are appointed by the mayor. This commission regulates different aspects of Zoning, Planning and Building Construction within the city limits. This board meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 6:00 pm at the Town Hall.
There is public utilities consisting of water, sewer, streets maintenance/public works and the Town of Mosheim Fire Department. We also have a Public Library, and an Elementary Schools, Middle School and West Greens High School. While technically Greene County Schools they all three serve Mosheim citizens children.
We are pleased to announce the 2017 Moshiem Fun Days is currently in the planning. The events taking place are being established now and we will be posting them as we have more information
We are currently seeking volunteers to help and will have more information on this as we move ahead. The next Moshiem Fun Days festivities is scheduled for the 2017. Stay Safe and have a great summer.
Mosheim Ruritan hosts an "All You Can Eat Breakfast" the first Saturday of every month.
The hours are 6:30 am to 10:00 am and it is $7.00 per plate for all you can eat.
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Mosheim, originally called "Blue Springs" after a spring that flows through the town, was settled circa 1800. Many of its initial settlers were German Lutherans. In 1872, the Lutherans established a local college at Blue Springs known as Mosheim Institute, after the German theologian, Johann Lorenz von Mosheim (1693–1755). That same year, the name of the town was officially changed to "Mosheim", after the college.
The Civil War Battle of Blue Springs was fought near Mosheim on October 10, 1863. The town of Mosheim held reenactments of this battle every year from 1991 until 2008. Several participants of the East Tennessee bridge-burning conspiracy, including noted potter Alex Haun, hailed from a community known as "Pottertown," which was located just outside of Mosheim.
In 1998, the Town of Mosheim Volunteer Fire Department station 1100 split into two separate departments. With this major split happening the birth of the Mosheim Volunteer Fire Department station 2700 was on the rise. The New Department has a total of five fire apparatuses which are used to serve and protect the greater area of the Mosheim community.
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