The Johnson City Board of Commissioners will meet at 7:30 a.m. Thursday in a special meeting to consider a temporary occasion beer license application for the Little Chicago Downtown Music & Arts Festival this weekend.
Johnson City expects a 0.7% increase in general fund revenues next fiscal year, but overall, the total proposed budget is smaller than the previous year.
Looking to cities like Nashville, which the Tennessean reports is considering a ban on scooters after a 26-year-
Jun 6, 2019 at 11:22 PM
Johnson City residents of legal drinking age could soon have another reason to go see a classic play at their local theater.
Vance W. Cheek Sr., and his son, Vance W. Cheek Jr., share a special place in Johnson City’s history. The two are the only father and son to serve as mayor of the city.
Johnson City commissioners capped a busy meeting Thursday by selling off some of its downtown real estate and approving a letter in support of a $450,000 job retention and growth grant for Crown Laboratories Inc.
Johnson City commissioners are planning five work sessions during the month of May to discuss the 2020 fiscal year budget.
The first draft of the 2020 fiscal year budget is due in a few weeks, and Johnson City commissioners spent part of Monday night grappling with stagnant revenue projections, particularly for local sales tax collections.
Johnson City commissioners joined a growing list of Tennessee school boards and local governments opposed to legislation that could give voters a say on whether a school director’s contract could be renewed or not.
An amusement and arcade company is seeking to rezone its corporate headquarters in Boones Creek to create a family entertainment center that would be open to the public.
Between August and December, the cost of the Liberty Bell Middle School gym and cafeteria project unexpectedly increased $2.17 million, prompting Johnson City officials to search for ways to reduce construction costs.
The bike-sharing business model has yet to be introduced in Johnson City, but if or when it does, city leaders want to be prepared.
Johnson City commissioners will vote Thursday on $1.53 million worth of contracted design work for two significant projects, the Winged Deer Park ball field expansion and West Walnut Street infrastructure improvements.
Despite not knowing the company’s name or having any commitment the company will actually relocate, Johnson City commissioners voted 5-0 Thursday to approve the first reading of a rezoning request needed to possibly lure the company and its jobs to 220 E. Millard St.
Johnson City commissioners were presented with a peculiar proposition from Development Services Director Preston Mitchell during Monday’s agenda review meeting.