A (maybe) final draft and another round of public meetings for the revampof Knoxville's zoning code.

by scott barker • October 17, 2018

Terrence Carter, left, director of business and economic development for the Knoxville Area Urban League, talks about Recode Knoxville on Tuesday with Rachel Warren and Ben Neds.

Early Tuesday morning, about three dozen people converged on the Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee’s East Neighborhood Center, located in a strip mall on Asheville Highway. Fortified by pastries and fueled by coffee, they tackled the city’s proposed new zoning code.
Recode Knoxville likely will shape the city's development for decades to come.
The Metropolitan Planning Commission, which has been heading the Recode Knoxville effort for the city, had released the third draft of the code late ...

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