Monthly Archives: January 2015

Knox County gets rebate for E-card use

From a release: This morning, SunTrust Bank presented Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett with a $538,329 E-commerce card rebate check. For the first time, the annual rebate topped a half-million dollars.   Knox County earned the half-million-dollar rebate from the … Continue reading

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Rogero’s comments on E-911

Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero’s statement about the E-911 board, from a release: Mayor Madeline Rogero has directed her staff to fully review the sequence of events leading up to last week’s meeting of the E-911 Board of Directors. Mayor Rogero … Continue reading

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Boardwalk on Neyland greenway replaced

Fresh wood is nice. I ran on this the other day and it was good to not have to worry about turning an ankle. From a release: Neyland Greenway runners and bicyclists can focus on their heart rate and speed … Continue reading

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Back to life: 2015-16 budget season begins

Budget season is upon us, which means that there are budget questions and budget (we hope) answers to come in Knox County. Just this morning, Knox County Finance Director Chris Caldwell held a meeting with department heads to give out … Continue reading

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