Affordable housing, density, ADU’s: Forum highlights issues arising from the City of Knoxville zoning update.
by scott barker • November 26, 2018
How the City of Knoxville regulates land use will help determine the quality of life for all its residents -- those already here and thousands of new arrivals anticipated in the coming decades. Knoxville hasn’t updated its zoning code in more than 50 years.
Decoding Recode forum will be held 6-7:30 p.m. today at the East Tennessee History Center.
The Metropolitan Planning Commission staff has been drafting a new zoning ordinance for the city for close to two years now. As the public has become more aware of its contents, people have been speaking out more in the dozens of public meetings as part of the process, known as Recode Knoxville, since the summer. Population density, accessory dwelling ...
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