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We are fortunate to have two such accessible and engaged City Councilwomen as Gwen McKenzie and Lauren Rider representing us. I look forward to hearing what these well-informed and thoughtful people think are the major issues and opportunities for us in East Knoxville. They are also two of the very small circle of nine individuals who will decide what form Recode Knoxville takes.
Many civic issues have long-term implications, but most of them are narrow in scope. Recode Knoxville is different because it will affect how our communities look, how well they function, how well they can accommodate varying income levels, how we travel through them, and whether we can preserve their unique features.
Jack Neely, Knoxville Historian will describe East Knoxville history.Find out more »
Strong schools make for strong communities. The Town Hall East March 9 membership meeting will feature students and personnel from seven THE area schools. Talk with them, hear and see what they are doing, and show them your much needed support. School board member Evetty Satterfield will introduce the program. The schools represented by a mix of students, teachers and administrators will be Chilhowee Elementary School, Fair Garden Family Center, Holston Middle School, Vine Middle School, L&N Stem Academy, Berean…Find out more »
Join us for our first membership meeting of the 2022 - 2023 year on Monday evening, September 12, at 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of Eastminster Presbyterian Church. Our guest speakers will be Shawn Griffith, Homeless Program Coordinator for the City of Knoxville, and Yolanda Grant, Director of Housing Systems for the United Way of Greater Knoxville and Principal Officer for the East Tennessee Coalition for the Homeless. We will talk about the growing presence of the homeless and…Find out more »