Moxley plans a party

Sandra ClarkGossip and Lies

Kelvin Moxley, conservative activist, entered law school (LMU Duncan School of Law) at age 51. On May 6, he graduated. So Kelvin is throwing a party for himself and his classmates at Crowne Plaza. He’s asking friends to kick in $5 or $10. He writes: “I am the oldest member of my class and do not have family nearby, so this will be my celebration of this significant next step in my life. I made Dean’s List, was president of the Federalist Society and Chief Justice of the Student Bar Association, and received a CALI award, as well as having secured an internship at the District Attorney’s office. Info: https://www.gofundme.com/law-school-graduation-blowout


 

Recode Knoxville launches website

Gerald Green

The city of Knoxville and the Metropolitan Planning Commission have launched a new website for Recode Knoxville, the project to update the city’s zoning code. Gerald Green, executive director of MPC, is eager to get community input. The city’s zoning has not had a thorough review in nearly 60 years, according to a city press release. The first meeting is set for 6 p.m. Thursday, May 18, at Central United Methodist Church, 201 Third Ave. MPC is assisted by Camiros, consulting firm which will also present information. The website www.recodeknoxville.com will host all information regarding the project. Info: Gerald Green at 865-215-3758 or gerald.green@knoxmpc.org

 

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