2018 Revue: Reshaping a City
Newcomers on City Council, public improvement projects and a new zoning code are signs that major changes are in store for Knoxville.
by scott barker • December 27, 2018
City Council watches a presentation during debate over an affordable housing project in October.
This story is part of a series looking back at 2018. See also:
2018 Revue: The turnover in county offices was expected, but some of the results were still surprising.
The Bully Pulpit: Three months in, Glenn Jacobs is finding his voice as Knox County's chief executive.
The City of Knoxville’s 2018 was a year of new faces and major initiatives that will help shape the city for years to come. Here’s a look back at the highlights from the city government’s year.
Newcomers and major initiatives augur change in Knoxville.
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