Allied Dispatch Solutions is expected to acquire a Johnson City building permit soon, marking the start of renovations on the historic Kress building downtown where the company plans to move its corporate headquarters.
Retired 1st Judicial District Chancellor Richard Johnson became the Washington County Commission’s 25th member Monday, besting three other nominees.
Michael Mahara’s Cheap Taxi has become Johnson City’s fourth choice among taxi services in a city the owner sees as a quickly expanding market.
On March 2, Johnson City will offer City Commission and Planning Commission meetings via live streaming.
Washington County Commissioner Katie Baker is expected to nominate Jodi Polaha Jones on Monday to fill the District 4 County Comission seat left vacant by former commissioner and now-Johnson City Mayor Tomita.
Legislation that would end the Washington County Commission’s authority to delineate school districts and hand the task over to the Board of Education has drawn criticism, but it also has revealed what some claim is a purposeful shift in power.
Feb 18, 2017 at 11:34 PM
Johnson City’s fiscal 2016 audit includes some positive findings, including the fact the city increased its total holdings by nearly $32 million.
Though there is nothing official on Thursday’s Johnson City Commission agenda regarding a programming plan for the renovated Langston High School gymnasium, it appears there will be a slight delay in cleanup at the site.
Sunshine and mild temperatures Monday allowed workers to gain ground on the King Creek Basin project, which is set for completion in just under five months.
Findings within the 2016 Citizen Survey likely will play into Johnson City’s projected $245 million, five-year spending plan.