Recode Hits the Pause Button
More time, public discussion on tap before the Metropolitan Planning Commission votes on the comprehensive revision to the city's zoning code.
by scott barker • October 25, 2018
Metropolitan Planning Commission Executive Director Gerald Green, left, discusses Recode Knoxville with Amy Nolan of the Knoxville Chamber on Wednesday.
In a concession to a variety of interests, Metropolitan Planning Commission Executive Director Gerald Green tapped the brakes on Recode Knoxville on Wednesday.
Delay on Recode Knoxville vote will allow more time for stakeholder scrutiny.
Green agreed with several Recode Knoxville Stakeholder Advisory Committee members to schedule two day-long workshops to work through the details of the new city zoning code MPC has developed at the city’s direction.
That will push MPC considerati...
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