West Hills Community Association held a special meeting in early September to discuss an application to rezone 50-plus acres of the Tennova land on Middlebrook Pike to allow for apartments. From the association newsletter:
It was recently discovered Tennova’s parent corporation, Community Health System, has filed an application to rezone the south 50-plus acres of wooded, hillside land from Agriculture to RN-5 Medium Density Residential (MDR). Such a change would permit the construction of apartments and town homes at a density of up to 25 units per acre. The West Hills Community Association shares the concerns of our neighbors on Ridgerock, Stockton and Wesley, and many other homeowners and residents.
Updates available at https://www.westhillsknoxville.org/