Since Johnson City leaders are seeking feedback on conceptual plans for West Walnut Street, the Washington County Democratic Party decided to provide its two cents: They’re concerned.
With yet another school shooting weighing heavy on their minds, Johnson City commissioners on Monday discussed the prospect of holding a referendum in November to give city voters the chance to raise their local sales tax by .25 percent to fund
May 21, 2018 at 10:30 PM
Johnson City officials want to know what you think about the
May 18, 2018 at 2:13 PM
Dissatisfied with the original contractor’s work on the new Carver Park playground, the Johnson City Commission will spend another $89,931 to get another contractor to fix “numerous deficiencies in construction.”
In their first budget workshop of the year with city commissioners, the Johnson City Board of Education requested $240,000 in safety enhancements, $1.25 million for capital needs and $1.52 million for operations.
From the Knob Creek Road overpass project to the West Walnut Street redesign, Johnson City commissioners meticulously ran through a long list of proposed future capital projects during a budget session Monday night.
Beginning July 1, it will be a municipal offense for anyone to “camp” on property owned, leased or controlled by the city of Johnson City.
“Solutions, not citations” was the message shared by members of the Washington County Democratic Party and the Northeast Tennessee Democratic Socialists of America during a Wednesday press conference at King Commons Park regarding a ban on sleeping on public property proposed by city leaders.
Johnson City officials are dissatisfied with the way an Oak Ridge-based contractor installed a new playground at Carver Park, citing an inspection report that found “numerous deficiencies in construction.”
It was lunch hour for most people in downtown Johnson City Thursday afternoon, but not for Air Force veteran Mark Fulwiler.
Should the homeless, or anyone for that matter, be banned from sleeping on Johnson City’s sidewalks, parks and public properties?
Johnson City commissioners sped through a light agenda Thursday, approving a resolution to apply for funds to build a new splash pad and a resolution to designate a local highway in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Instead of designating University Parkway as the Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway, Johnson City commissioners will instead vote Thursday to request the Tennessee General Assembly designate another Johnson City highway to honor the civil rights icon.
Apr 2, 2018 at 9:32 PM
The clock is ticking for international investors to get enough commitments to fund the construction of a sports science research facility in Johnson City.
Worried the public might believe the Knob Creek Road overpass project is closer to construction than it actually is, the Johnson City Commission spent considerable time Thursday reviewing the project’s timeline and voting to proceed with
Mar 22, 2018 at 11:57 PM