City Council endorses a resolution proposed by students urging state lawmakers to pass gun safety legislation.
The Art of Governing
During their annual retreat, Knoxville City Council members agreed to focus on housing and poverty in the coming year.
Core PILOT Passes
Council approves a five-year tax incentive for a development that would add roughly 2,000 residents to the Cumberland Avenue corridor.
Looking for Long-term Solutions
Council members are considering tweaking the city’s short-term rental ordinance to bolster enforcement in residential areas.
Funding Affordable Housing
City Council votes to help developers build and renovate hundreds of apartments for low-income residents through its Affordable Housing Fund.
A Day for Dominion
City Council takes on a trio of unrelated matters involving a single West Knoxville development firm.
The city has installed cutting-edge technology to identify traffic noise violations downtown, but there’s no means of enforcement.
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.
Sustaining Services, Raising Taxes
City Mayor Indya Kincannon proposes a 50-cent property tax hike to pay for a budget that would increase pay for city employees.