Knoxville Neighborhood Advisory

Knoxville Neighborhood Advisory – Vol. 7, No. 4 – Friday, January 24, 2014


1.  Old North Elects New Officers, Board Members

2.  Send in Your Neighborhood News

3.  Fire Department, Red Cross Join Together for Smoke Alarm Service

4.  One Week to Go:  Nominate the Good Neighbor of the Year

5.  Consider Serving on the Neighborhood Advisory Council

6.  Know Your Government — and Learn How to Run for Elected Office

7.  Community Development Seeks Action on Blighted Properties

8.  Neighborhoods Can Testify on Blighted Properties

9.  KCDC to Present Five Points Master Plan for Walter P. Taylor Area

10.  Neighborhood and Government Calendar


Published by the City of Knoxville’s Office of Neighborhoods to report news important to Knoxville’s residential neighborhoods.


1.  Old North Elects New Officers, Board Members


Old North Knoxville has elected new officers and board members.


Andie Ray is ONK’s new president, replacing Lauren Rider, who has been in the post for several years. Andrew Ray (no relation to Andie) was elected vice president, succeeding Beth Booker. Joy Guilford was named treasurer, following in the footsteps of Rhonda Parker. Allison Rosenberg continues as secretary.


Board elections were held last fall, and the new board now includes Jonathan Ball, Beth Booker, Pete Creel, Kim Davis, Jeremy Jennings, Joy Guilford, Allison Rosenberg, Sean Bolen, Laurence Eaton, Lauren Rider, Rebecca McCurdy, Andie Ray, Andrew Ray, Dodi Payne, Marcus Phelps, James Pierce, Rebecca Ridner, and Donna Spencer, along with Board Member Emeritus Chester Kilgore.


The ONK neighborhood is located a) within the triangle formed by North Broadway, North Central, and East Woodland, and b) in the area bounded by Hall of Fame, North Broadway, First Creek, and East Glenwood.



2.  Send in Your Neighborhood News


Has your organization elected new officers or board members lately? Have you launched a new program or project? Set the dates for your regular meetings for this year?


If so, consider using this almost-weekly newsletter to spread the word about your organization. The Neighborhood Advisory is read not only by other neighborhood groups but also by members of City Council and other elected officials, Metropolitan Planning Commission and other appointed bodies, and city staff, among many others. It is a great way to raise your profile to a targeted audience that knows about, cares about and follows neighborhood issues and activities.


You can submit your news by contacting David Massey at or 215-3232.



3.  Fire Department, Red Cross Join Together for Smoke Alarm Service


The Knoxville Fire Department (KFD) and the American Red Cross of Tennessee Mountain Valley (ARC) are teaming up for a targeted approach to preventing household fires.


The two organizations will be distributing and installing smoke alarms in three strategic neighborhoods this Saturday (tomorrow). ARC and KFD chose Burlington, Lonsdale and Oakwood-Lincoln Park neighborhoods for this program due to their higher-than-average incident rates for household fires.


Starting at 11 a.m. this Saturday, January 25, ARC volunteers and KFD will go door to door in the three neighborhoods until 3 p.m. Residents can have their existing smoke alarms tested or receive new alarms. The service is free of charge to home residents.


Benjamin Prijatel, regional communications director for ARC, remarked that 90 percent of the disasters that ARC responds to are household fires. Every dollar that is spent on fire prevention saves four dollars on the back end and countless lives.


If you live within one of the three aforementioned neighborhoods and would like to be sure the KFD/ARC team visits you on Saturday, contact KFD Captain Paul Trumpore at 321-1166.


Any city resident can request free smoke detector servicing or replacement by calling KFD’s Fire Prevention Bureau at 595-4672.



4.  One Week to Go:  Nominate the Good Neighbor of the Year


The Office of Neighborhoods and the Neighborhood Advisory Council are accepting nominations for the Diana Conn Good Neighbor of the Year Award.


The award is presented annually to a Knoxville resident who — in a spirit of cooperation and with commitment to inclusive community — has devoted time and talent in service to his or her neighbors and neighborhood.  Named after the late Diana Conn, the award is meant to honor someone who makes a positive contribution at the neighborhood level without seeking recognition for their service.


Nominations are now open and will be accepted through Friday, January 31, 2014.  The nominee must be a resident of the City of Knoxville and must have made a contribution to their community during calendar year 2013, although their service may have begun long before.


The Mayor’s Neighborhood Advisory Council will choose the winner from the pool of nominees.  The winner will be honored during the Neighborhood Networking Luncheon to be held Saturday, March 8, 2014, at the Knoxville Convention Center.


To learn more, and to obtain a copy of the nomination form, visit this web page:


Call Natalie Crone at 215-3456 to have a hard copy of the nomination form mailed to you.



5.  Consider Serving on the Neighborhood Advisory Council


Applications are due Friday, February 7, for those interested in serving on Mayor Rogero’s Neighborhood Advisory Council.


Appointed by the Mayor, the NAC provides insight and advice to the city administration on a wide variety of neighborhood-related issues. NAC is composed of two neighborhood leaders from each of the six City Council districts and at least three at-large members. Under current NAC procedures, each member serves one full 3-year term.


NAC meets from 4:30-6:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at CAC’s L.T. Ross Building, 2247 Western Avenue.


Six NAC seats are up for appointment. The seats, areas covered and current occupants are:

Seat 1-A (South Knoxville and Fort Sanders) – Cathy Irwin

Seat 2-A (West Knoxville) – vacant (had been occupied by the late Suzanne Kurth)

Seat 3-B (Northwest Knoxville) – Mae Moody

Seat 6-B (Parts of East, West and Northwest Knoxville) – Rick Roach

At Large Seat A – vacant (had been occupied by Bobby Braly, who moved out of state)

At Large Seat B – Barbara Pelot


Appointees to the district seats must live in that particular City Council district, whereas appointees for at-large seats can live anywhere in the city.


To be considered for one of these positions, interested persons are asked to fill out an application form, which is available online:


Visit to learn more about the NAC, the duties of an NAC member, and details about the appointment process.


To obtain a hard copy of the application form, call David Massey, neighborhood coordinator, at 215-3232.



6.  Know Your Government — and Learn how to Run for Elected Office


The League of Women Voters of Knoxville and Knox County is now accepting applications for its Citizens Academy.


The annual program is designed to engage, educate and bring together Knoxville and Knox County citizens who want to make positive changes in their community with experienced government and non-governmental leaders.


This year’s academy will focus on the process involved with pursuing an elected office, teaching the participants the basics of running for office. The information presented will focus primarily on state and local positions.


The League is seeking about 30 participants for the Academy. Sessions will take place on three Saturdays —February 15 from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. February 22 from 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. and March 8 from 2 p.m.-5 p.m. with a reception to follow. There is no charge for the class.   Participants should plan to attend all three sessions.


The Citizens Academy application can be found at Click on “Citizens Academy” in the left-hand navigation column. Contact Rynn Dupes at 803-8763 for more  information or to have a hard copy of the application mailed to you.


Return completed applications by email to or by mail to League of Women Voters of Knoxville/Knox County, P.O. Box 31825, Knoxville, TN 37930.


The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government.



7.  Community Development Seeks Action on Blighted Properties


The city’s Better Building Board (BBB) next week will consider action on two properties that ultimately could be acquired by the city at fair market value using its eminent domain powers, if the owners fail to address codes violations.


Also, the BBB will hear an appeal of a 60-day repair or demolition order issued by the Public Officer last December to the owners of and/or parties with an interest in 438 Hiawassee Avenue. The property has accumulated over $6,000 in back city and county taxes and three lot liens totaling $1,000. Apparently, the owners failed to act on a June 2013 repair-only order on the burned-out structure.


Affected neighborhood groups may wish to be present to testify on the impact of these properties on the neighborhood. The BBB meets at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, January 30, in the Small Assembly Room of the City County Building.


The properties targeted by Community Development include a vacant lot on Cansler Avenue (Parcel ID 094F-N-031) and a blighted structure at 434 East Quincy Avenue.


The BBB — composed of five citizens appointed by the Mayor — will be asked by the Community Development Department to either “determine” or “certify” that the properties are blighted based on criteria spelled out in a city ordinance. These are the first steps toward the city possibly acquiring the properties at fair market value, if the owner fails to take steps to cure the blight.


See for a full copy of the January BBB agenda, with details and owner information on each property.


Blighted properties acquired by the city are put up for sale through Community Development’s Homemaker’s Program. For more on this program, see:



8.  Neighborhoods Can Testify on Blighted Properties


Twenty properties are on the agenda for the City’s next Public Officer Hearing at 9:30 a.m. Friday, January 31.


The Public Officer — David Brace, director of the Public Service Department — will hear testimony on buildings that inspectors contend are in violation of the city’s building codes. Testimony can also be made by the property owners, neighbors, neighborhood groups, and other stakeholders, such as lien holders.


The Public Officer then decides whether to issue an order requiring that the violations be addressed in a certain period of time. Failure by the owner to cure the problem may result in the boarding or demolition of a structure, or the cleanup of a dirty or overgrown lot, with costs billed to the owner. A property owner may appeal the Public Officer’s decision to the Better Building Board and, ultimately, to Chancery Court.

The properties that have been approved to be heard for repair/demolition orders are: 1365 Armstrong Avenue (Accessory structure only), 1220 West Baxter Avenue, 1351 Bertie Rand Street, 714 N. Broadway, 718 N. Broadway, 1104 Buena Road, 6124 Cougar Drive (pool only), 1024 Crozier Avenue (including accessory structure),4213 Drifting Dr. (including accessory structure), 3310 Forestdale Avenue (garage only), 621 Hiawassee Avenue (including accessory structure), 3617 Montgomery Avenue, 3003 Pine Lane (pool only), 2312 Sam Houston Street, 3736 Skyline Drive, and 1007 Tennessee Avenue.


The properties that have already been given emergency repair/demolition orders and are now to be confirmed are: 927 Knoxville College Drive (Brandon Hall), 2805 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., and 1523 Reynolds Street a/k/a 901 Knoxville College Drive.


BBB will also be asked to approve the emergency boarding of 3310 Forestdale Avenue.


If any of these properties are in your neighborhood, you might wish to consider sending a representative of your organization to the meeting to submit testimony about the impact of the property on the neighborhood.


The full January 31 agenda, with details on each property, can be found at by close of business today.



9.  KCDC to Present Five Points Master Plan for Walter P. Taylor Area


Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) will present the Five Points Master Plan for the redevelopment of the footprint of Walter P. Taylor Homes and Dr. Lee L. Williams Senior Complex at the Walter P. Taylor Boys and Girls Club on Monday, January 27, 2014 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

KCDC’s Master Planning team led by Johnson Architecture has held two previous public workshops to gather resident and stakeholder input on the project. This input has been incorporated into the Master Plan and includes proposals for different types of housing and new infrastructure, including roads, sidewalks and green spaces for the community.

“KCDC and our Master Planning team have been meeting with community members and working on this Master Plan process for months,” KCDC President and CEO Alvin Nance said. “We cannot succeed without the full cooperation of those who live and work in Five Points, and we are very excited to be able to unveil our plan to the public to hear their feedback and gain their support.”

The Master Planning Team consists of Johnson Architecture, Urban Collage, The Communities Group, Vision Engineering and Development Services, Carol R. Johnson Associates and the Real Property Research Group.

The Master Plan will outline a phased redevelopment strategy, and KCDC will discuss the next steps to accomplish the objectives. The total cost of the Five Points revitalization will be approximately $85 million and is estimated to take place over 10-12 years. KCDC is already nearly three years into the process, and KCDC and its owner’s representative, Partners Development, have already completed several major construction projects in Five Points.

Beginning in August of 2012, 86 units of Walter P. Taylor Homes and 97 units of Dr. Lee L. Williams Senior Complex were demolished as part of a first phase to replace older public housing in Five Points with new units.

In total, 122 units of senior and family-style housing have been constructed to replace the demolished units. Residents displaced by the demolition of units at Walter P. Taylor Homes have received priority placement in a new unit in Five Points, priority placement at another KCDC property or a Section 8 voucher.

After the meeting, the Five Points Master Plan will be posted with summary reports from the two previous public meetings on KCDC’s website ( under the “Five Points Revitalization” icon.

Since 1936, KCDC has been dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for the citizens of Knoxville and Knox County. KCDC’s mission is to improve and transform neighborhoods and communities by providing quality affordable housing, advancing development initiatives and fostering self-sufficiency. For more information, call 865-403-1100or visit



10.  Neighborhood and Government Calendar


Include your neighborhood-related event or meeting in this space. Call 215-3232.


All government meetings will be held in either the Large or Small Assembly Room unless otherwise noted. For a complete list of meetings of various city boards and commissions, visit


Also see: Community Events Calendar:


If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order to attend a public meeting, please contact Stephanie Brewer Cook at 215-2034 or no less

than 48 hours prior to the meeting you wish to attend.


Saturday, January 25 — 5-8 p.m.

Understanding Place: A Community Dialogue on Race, Geography and Home

Potluck Dinner and Dialogue

Speaker: City Councilman and Former Mayor Daniel Brown

Sponsored by KnowHow, a community organization

UNITE Building, 1124 N. Broadway

Elizabeth Wright,, 202-5447


Monday, January 27 — 1:45 p.m. (zoning at 5 p.m.)

Knox County Commission

(Fourth Mondays, Jan.- Oct. Third Mondays, Nov.-Dec.)

Agenda: Click on “Commission Agendas”

Public Forum held at beginning & ending of meeting

Zoning Issues heard starting at 5 p.m.


Monday, January 27 — 5:30 p.m.

Pembroke Condominium Association (Last Mondays except May and December)

Lobby of Pembroke, 508 Union Ave.

Jessie Brown, 525-6500


Monday, January 27 — 5:30-7:30 p.m.

KCDC Five Points Master Plan Presentation

Walter P. Taylor Boys and Girls Club, 2248 MCalla Avenue

865-403-1100 or

See article above


Monday, January 27 — 7- 8:30 p.m.

South Woodlawn Neighborhood Association

Bi-Monthly Meeting (Fourth Mondays, odd months, except holidays)

Woodlawn Christian Church, 4339 Woodlawn Pike

Janice Tocher, 686-6789


Tuesday, January 28 – 6 p.m.

Inskip Community Association (Asociación de la Comunidad de Inskip)

Community Meeting (Fourth Tuesdays)

Inskip Baptist Church, 4810 Rowan Rd.

Betty Jo Mahan, 679-2748,


Tuesday, January 28 — 6:30 p.m.

Chilhowee Park Neighborhood Association (Last Tuesdays)

Administration Building, Knoxville Zoo

Paul Ruff, 696-6584


Thursday, January 30 — 3:30 p.m.

Better Building Board

(Last Thursday, Jan.- Oct. First Thursday, Dec.)

Small Assembly Room, City-County Building


Thursday, January 30 — 5:30 pm

Knoxville City Council Workshop

Topic: Proposed Changes to the Sign Ordinance

Main Assembly Room, City-County Building


Thursday, January 30, 2014 — 6 pm

Police Advisory and Review Committee (PARC)

Knox County Library West (Bearden Branch) 100 Golf Club Rd.

PARC office, 215-3869


Friday, January 31 — 9:30 a.m.

Public Officer Hearing – Neighborhood Codes Enforcement

(Usually held on the Friday following Better Building Board meetings)

The PO considers action on violations of city’s building codes.

Small Assembly Room, City County Building


Monday, February 3 — 5 p.m.

Knox County Board of Education – Work Session

(Monday before the regular meeting and the third Mondays, except holidays or holiday weeks)

First Floor Board Room, Andrew Johnson Building, 912 South Gay St.

For agenda, work sessions, and other items:

Visit Click on “Board of Education.”


Monday, February 3 — 5:30 p.m.

Council of Involved Neighborhoods (COIN)

(First Mondays except holidays)

CAC/L.T. Ross Building, 2247 Western Ave.

Dave Gartner, 862-2066


Monday, February 3 — 6:30 p.m.

Wesley Neighbors Community Association

(First Mondays, even-numbered months)

Bearden Branch Library, 100 Golf Club Rd.

Donnie Ernst, 207-9355


Monday, February 3 — 7 p.m.

Cedar Heights Residents Association (First Mondays)

5316 Cedar Heights Rd. or 765-1047


Tuesday, February 4 — 5 p.m.

Dandridge Avenue. Neighborhood Watch (First Tuesdays)

Beck Cultural Exchange Center, 1927 Dandridge Ave.

Lawrence Washington, 524-4498


Tuesday, February 4 — 6:30 p.m.

Parkridge Community Organization (First Tuesdays)

Cansler YMCA, 616 Jessamine St.

Jerry Caldwell, 329-9943


Tuesday, February 4 — 7 p.m.

City Council (Every Other Tuesday)



Tuesday, February 4 — 7 p.m.

Mechanicsville Community Association (First Tuesdays)

Fairview Recreation Center, 1628 Dora St.

Charles Wright, 637-1802


Wednesday, February 5 — 5 p.m.

Knox County Board of Education (First Wednesdays, except holiday weeks)

Large Assembly Room, City County Building

For agenda, work sessions, and other items:

Visit Click on “Board of Education”


Saturday, February 8 — 1-3 p.m.

Neighborhood Cleanup

Oakwood Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association

Meet at the clubhouse, Henegar at Shamrock

Emily Ellis,,  924 3882


Monday, February 10 — 3 p.m.

Northgate Resident Association (Second Mondays)

Social Hall, 4301 Whittle Springs Rd.

David Wildsmith, 219-0417


Monday, February 10 — 5-6 p.m.

Michael Meadowview Neighborhood Watch (Second Mondays)

CAC East Neighborhood Center, 4200 Asheville Hwy.

Marian Bailey, 525-5625


Monday, February 10 — 6 p.m.

Cold Springs Neighborhood Watch (Second Mondays)

Magnolia Avenue Methodist Church, 2700 Magnolia (Harrison St. Entrance)

Terrell Patrick, 525-4833


Monday, February 10 — 6 p.m.

Lyons View Community Club (Second Mondays)

Lyons View Community Center, 114 Sprankle Ave.

Mary Brewster, 454-2390


Monday, February 10 — 6 p.m.

Vestal Community Organization (Second Mondays)

South Knoxville Community Center, 522 Old Maryville Pike

Newman Seay, 577-4593


Monday, February 10 — 6:30 p.m.

Old North Knoxville (Second Mondays)

St. James Episcopal, Parish Hall, 1101 N. Broadway

Lauren Rider, 964-3905


Monday, February 10 — 6:30 p.m.

Annual Meeting and Community Potluck

Historic Fourth & Gill Neighborhood Organization (Second Mondays)

Central United Methodist Church, 210 Third Ave.

Judith Neff, 567-7980


Monday, February 10 — 7 p.m.

Belle Morris Community Action Group (Second Mondays)

City View Baptist Church, 2311 Fine Ave.

Rick Wilen, 524-5008


Monday, February 10 — 7-8 p.m.

Fountain City Town Hall (Second Mondays, September-April)

Church of the Good Shepherd, 5337 Jacksboro Pike

Ken Cloninger, 688-6257,


Tuesday, February 11 — 11:45 a.m.

Agenda Review, Metropolitan Planning Commission

(Tuesday before MPC’s monthly meeting)

Small Assembly Room, City County Building


Tuesday, February 11 — 2 p.m.

Western Heights Resident Association (Second Tuesdays)

Building to the right of the mail boxes when you enter Western Heights

Jamesena Nolan, 237-5558


Tuesday, February 11 — 5:30 p.m.

Public Meeting / City of Knoxville

Topic: New Plan on Homelessness in Knoxville

Cansler YMCA, 616 Jessamine St. at East Fifth Ave.


Tuesday, February 11 — 6 p.m.

Brown Avenue Neighborhood Watch (Second Tuesdays)

Hoitt Avenue Baptist Church, 2121 Hoitt Ave.

Jimmy Ramsey, 637-0243


Tuesday, February 11 — 7 p.m.

Mechanicsville Neighborhood Watch Association (Second Tuesdays)

Clinton Chapel AME Zion Church, College St.

R. Bentley Marlow, 607-4357

Wednesday, February 12 — 11:30 a.m.

Community Forum (Second Wednesdays)

West Knoxville Library, 100 Golf Club Rd. Kingston Pike

Sue Mauer, 690-0269


Wednesday, February 12 — 1 p.m.

100 Block Association (Second Wednesdays)

Dewhirst Properties, 123 S. Gay St.

Jody Freeman, 525-1554


Wednesday, February 12 — 4:30 p.m.

Neighborhood Advisory Council

(Every Second Wednesday, except December)

Venue to be determined

David Massey, 215-3232

Thursday, February 13 — 1:30 p.m.

Metropolitan Planning Commission (Second Thursdays)



Thursday, February 13 — 5:30 p.m.

City Council Workshop

Topic #1:  Economic Development Activities in Innovation Valley

Topic #2: Complete Streets

Small Assembly Room, City County Building, 400 Main St.


Thursday, February 13 — 6 p.m.

Lonsdale Homes Resident Association (Second Thursdays)

Community Building, 1956 Goins Dr.

Phyllis Patrick, 323-7224


Thursday, February 13 — 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Greenwood Heights Neighborhood Watch (Second Thursdays)
Corner of Buttercup Circle and Sundrop Dr.
Alice Wershing at


Saturday, February 15 — 10 a.m.

South Haven Neighborhood Association (Third Saturdays)

Hillcrest United Methodist Church, 1615 Price Ave.

Pat Harmon, 591-3958


Monday, February 17 — 7 p.m.

West Hills Community Association (Third Mondays)

Executive Committee: Jan., March, April, July, Aug., Sept., Nov., Dec.

General Meeting: February, May and October

First Church of the Nazarene, 538 Vanosdale Rd.

Ashley Williams, 313-0282


Monday, February 17 — 7 p.m.

Alice Bell Spring Hill Neighborhood Association

(Third Mondays except June, July, December)

All are welcome to attend.

Ronnie Collins, 637-9630


Monday, February 17 — 7 p.m.

Historic Fourth & Gill Neighborhood Organization

Board Meeting (Third Mondays except January)

Contact Judith Neff for Location

Judith Neff,, 567-7980


Tuesday, February 18 — 5 p.m.

Knox County Board of Education – Work Session *Rescheduled from February 17

(Monday before the regular meeting and third Mondays, except holidays or holiday weeks)

First Floor Board Room, Andrew Johnson Building, 912 South Gay St.

For agenda, work sessions, and other items:

Visit Click on “Board of Education.”


Tuesday, February 18 — 6 p.m.

Delrose Drive Neighborhood Watch (Third Tuesdays)

Riverview Baptist Church, 3618 Delrose Drive
Corina and John Buffalow, 523-0102


Tuesday, February 18 — 6:30 p.m.

Lonsdale United for Change (Third Tuesdays)

Lonsdale Recreation Center, Stonewall Ave.

Steve Ritter, 973-0877


Tuesday, February 18 — 7 p.m.

Edgewood Park Neighborhood Association (Third Tuesdays except December)

Speakers: Barbara Bunting and Marsha Lehman from Knox County Master Gardeners

Larry Cox Senior Center, 3109 Ocoee Trail


Thursday, February 20 — 8:30 a.m.

Historic Zoning Commission (Third Thursdays)


Thursday, February 20 — 12 p.m.

KUB Board of Commissioners (Third Thursdays, except July)

Historic Miller’s Building, 445 S. Gay St.

See Click on “About Us” at top of the page.


Thursday, February 20 — 4 p.m.

City Board of Zoning Appeals (Third Thursdays)

Small Assembly Room

Pre-Agenda Meeting: 3 p.m. in Room 511


Thursday, February 20 — 6:30 p.m.

Oakwood Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association

Monthly Meeting (Third Thursdays)

Community Club House, 916 Shamrock Avenue at Henagar St.


Saturday, February 22 — 1 p.m.

Burlington Homeowners & Residents Association

Burlington Library, Asheville Highway

Next Meeting: March 22

Kimberley Fowler,, 524-7094


Thursday, February 27 — 5:30 p.m.

Knoxville City Council Workshop

Topic: Proposed Homelessness Plan

Main (Large) Assembly Room, City-County Building


Saturday, March 8 — 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

            Neighborhood Awards & Networking Luncheon

            For All City Neighborhoods and Neighborhood Organizations

            Office of Neighborhoods

            David Massey, 25-3232,


Monday, March 10 — 7 p.m.

Town Hall East

(Second Mondays in September, November, January, March and May)

Fellowship Hall, Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 409 Asheville Highway

Mac Goodwin, 524-9954


Thursday, March 13 — 5:30 p.m.

Knoxville City Council Workshop

Topic:  Pocket Neighborhoods

Small Assembly Room, City-County Building


Friday, March 14 — 6 p.m.

Beaumont Community Organization (Second Fridays)

Community Room, Solid Waste Transfer Station, 1033 Elm St.

Natasha Murphy, 936-0139


Saturday, March 29 — 9 a.m. until last person is heard

“Coffee with the Councilman”

(Last Saturday of Each Quarter)

Vice Mayor and First District City Council Member Nick Pavlis

Bring your concerns or stop by to chat; open to all city residents.

Roundup Restaurant, 3643 Sevierville Pike

Nick Pavlis, 454-7216


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