The last operating Clinchfield Railroad caboose is coming to the town of Unicoi.
The Unicoi Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Monday got its first look at alternate proposals for a 4.8-mile walking and biking trail to connect the town’s Pinnacle Fire Tower trail with the Linear Trail in Erwin.
Officials with the towns of Erwin and Unicoi got their first look Thursday at preliminary designs for pedestrian and bike trail to link the towns’ popular Pinnacle Fire Tower Trail in Unicoi and Erwin Linear Trail.
Construction of the first leg of a walking and biking trail to connect Unicoi’s Pinnacle Fire Tower Trail and the Erwin Linear Trail will not begin until sometime next year.
On Monday, the Unicoi Board of Mayor and Aldermen gave second and final reading approval to $2.3 million budget for 2019-2020 budget that includes just over $100,000 to establish a town police department.
The town of Unicoi will continue to prohibit off-premises beer sales within 300-feet of schools, daycare centers and churches.
The Unicoi Board of Mayor and Aldermen met in a specially called meeting Thursday to hash out terms of contract offer for the top candidate selecgted to fill he vacant Town Recorder’s office.
On notice that MedicOne Medical Response will leave Erwin as soon as a new ambulance service can be brought on board, the Unicoi County Commission Ambulance Committee got a new offer on Tuesday.
The Unicoi Board of Mayor and Alderman wants to hear more from town residents before finalizing an ordinance amendment that would lift a required 300-foot distance between establishments that sell beer and any school, church or daycare.
the Unicoi Board of Mayor and Alderman tended to a couple of orders of financial housekeeping Monday, approving ordinances to simplify purchasing practices and to transfer
available budget funding to town projects.
The Unicoi Board of Mayor and Alderman on Monday approved a $5,000 settlement of the town’s request for the repayment of $14,000 in insurance premiums improperly paid by former Town Recorder Mike Housewright.
The Unicoi Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Monday narrowly passed a resolution opposing the city of Johnson City plan to create about 25 acres of natural wetlands area on the former Buffalo Valley Golf course property.
Incumbent Alderman Kathy Bullen and Wanda Wilson Radford were the top vote getters in Tuesday’s five-candidate race for two seats on the Unicoi Board of Mayor and Alderman.
Voters in Unicoi on Tuesday will have their choice of five candidates in the running for the two aldermen seats currently held by Kathy Bullen and Roger Cooper.
Unicoi Mayor Johnny Lynch said a series of personal criticisms included in an alderman candidate’s answers to a survey published last week in Johnson City Press are false and misleading.