One month after moving forward with a bid on three new buildings including the new town garage, members of the Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Aldermen and town staff discussed whether the project will fit within the monetary constraints set earlier this year.
With a year of events lined up for downtown Jonesborough, members of the town’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen discussed whether closing Main Street is beneficial to all of the downtown merchants.
The Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Aldermen looks a lot different than it did a couple of months ago, and two members of the board were sworn in by the end of Monday night's meeting.
Jonesborough’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted to increase water rates for Chuckey’s Utility district that has used a small amount of the town’s water for a few decades.
What to expect for the Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s first meeting of 2018:
After more than a year of discussion and a decision to remove fluoride from Jonesborough’s water supply, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen decided to reverse their decision and continue water fluoridation in a unanimous vote.
Some new police cruisers here, a fire truck there, a mix of new equipment on the way, and all without an increase in taxes or fees to balance the town of Jonesborough’s FY2018-19 budget.
Owners of Boone Street Market got the go-ahead for building plans to double the market in size, but the mayor warned that all might not go according to the current plan.
Plans to double the size of Jonesborough’s Boone Street Market have been pushed forward after a unanimous decision by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen at their monthly meeting Monday evening.
Progress on Jonesborough’s Jackson Theatre project has been stalled, but the Board of Mayor and Alderman passed resolutions that will help it move forward at Monday night’s BMA meeting.
Three months after the idea of removing fluoride from the water supply hit the table in Jonesborough, the public got to add their voices to the mix at the scheduled public hearing on the matter.
With budget season almost behind them and an important discussion on fluoride ahead, the Jonesborough Board of
Updated Jul 11, 2016 at 9:58 PM
Jonesborough’s residential garbage pickup customers will pay $24 more in the coming year for the service, an increase town Mayor Kelly Wolfe said will help establish a fund for equipment replacement.
The Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Aldermen turned their attention to the town’s budget at a Monday night meeting before finalizing the yearly budget next week.
In preparation for the upcoming public hearing on water fluoridation, the Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Aldermen sent a survey to town residents to get more feedback from the community.