Washington County Chancery Court will review a complaint against Johnson City early next month that argues the City Commission did not follow the correct procedure when it approved the boundaries of an incentive district in Boones Creek.
After his mother’s death two years ago, Johnson City resident Ted Bowers said he felt lost.
Since her son’s mysterious death in October 2006, Sharon Shade’s life has been “hell.”
On Oct. 7, 2006, Gordon Banner II left home for a night out.
Amber Riddle is looking to turn a devastating loss into an opportunity to create “meaningful change.”
For $500,000, Johnson City could be the owner of the Chamber of Commerce’s building on East Market Street, which sits next to the city’s municipal headquarters on East Main Street.
The boundaries of a controversial incentive district in Boones Creek have received the final go-ahead from the Johnson City Commission.
Even before the Johnson City Commission casts its final vote on the boundaries of the zone, local developers and property owners are considering at least two projects in the yet-to-be certified Boones Creek incentive district.
Johnson City, a government that a city official said builders have found “difficult to deal with,” is reorganizing its Development Services department to improve customer service and streamline the development process.
Arguing that the district could apply to other interstate exits in Johnson City, four businessmen and lawyers are urging Johnson City commissioners to delay their final vote on the boundaries of an incentive district in Boones Creek.
An area retail developer hired a lobbyist to push for state legislation that would prevent existing businesses at his Bristol development from moving to the Boones Creek incentive district.
About one thousand dollars.
This year, economic development experts anticipate 50% of the U.S. workforce will have the ability to work remotely.
Johnson City employees who lost their jobs following the closure of the local U.S. Marble facility, 2416 Watauga Road, may have to wait for what could be their final paycheck from the company.
A manufacturer of countertops and related materials with a Johnson City location, 2416 Watauga Road, has reportedly shut down operations, according to a former employee and an email to staff.