Charter Changes Derailed

Amelia Parker discusses proposed city Charter changes

Council nixes Parker’s bid to place eight amendments to the city Charter on the November ballot.

Council OKs Budget, Tax Hike

Kincannon’s $434.1 million budget proposal and the accompanying 50-cent property tax increase get reserved but solid support.

City Budget Vote Looms

Council will take up Mayor Indya Kincannon’s proposed $434.1 million budget and accompanying property tax increase on Tuesday.

Infrastructure Tab

Street improvements and new plazas around the new stadium could cost the city as much as $14 million.

Safe at Home

On a split vote, City Council gives the final approval needed to move the publicly financed multi-use stadium forward.

Unions Pitch Benefits Pact

Labor groups seek workforce standards for the proposed multi-use stadium in Knoxville through a community benefits agreement.

Policy Appraisal

The city will launch a review of its anti-racism and anti-sexism policies, but without the goal of requiring a zero-tolerance system.

A Zero-tolerance Proposal

Police cruiser with lights on

A City Council member wants to adopt zero-tolerance policies addressing racism and sexism, though administration officials say measures are already in place.

PILOT Gets Green Light

Andrew Johnson Building

City Council signs off on a tax incentive for the Andrew Johnson Building that will allow the renovation of the historic hotel to move forward.

City Budget Approved

Knoxville Mayor Indya Kincannon’s $383.4 million spending plan emerges unchanged after Council scrutiny.