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Englewood was established in 1870, two miles southeast of the location where two railroad lines crossed, and was originally known as Tellico Junction.
Several shops, mills and houses were built to take advantage of the railroad construction. By 1907, the Eureka Cotton Mill moved there and became the primary establishment in town.
In the following years, the name was changed to Englewood at the suggestion of Nancy Chesnutt because it reminded her of a home of Robin Hood she had read about when she was a child.
The Englewood City Commission members are Mayor Raymond Roach, Vice Mayor Amos Brock and Commissioners Neal Moses, Terry Hanner and Gene Coleman. The Town Manager is Bob Cass and City Recorder is Sondra Denton. City Commission meetings are held at 6 p.m. the second Monday of the month at the Municipal Building.
The Englewood chief of police is Darrell Wright and Bill Roach is the chief of the fire department. City departments can be reached at 887-7224.
Matters of planning and zoning nature for the area inside the Englewood city limits and out to five miles beyond the city limits are administered by the Englewood Planning Commission, under the overall supervision of the mayor and Board of Commissioners.