Rogero joins opposition to KCS policy change

Sandra ClarkUncategorized

Mayor Madeline Rogero sent the following email today to each member of the Knox County Board of Education and Superintendent Bob Thomas, about proposed wording changes in the board’s harassment …

Rogero, Burchett launch ‘Give a Day’

Sandra ClarkUncategorized

Registration is open for volunteer projects connected to Give a Day Knoxville, a new community-wide volunteer initiative that will run Sept. 2-8. Register at
Give a Day Knoxville aligns with United …

Interns honor Summitt’s legacy

Sandra ClarkUncategorized

At the closing ceremony of the city’s “Summer in the City” internship program today, Mayor Madeline Rogero and officials unveiled a community art project that the 20 interns had completed …

Campaigning for City Council

Sandra ClarkFountain City

Everybody talked but the candidates when the city-sponsored Go Vote! roadshow rolled into the Milton Roberts Recreation Center at the edge of District 4 last night.
Gary Loe asked Mayor Madeline …

Work begins on city sidewalk projects

Sandra ClarkUncategorized

Mayor Madeline Rogero announced recently that the city has quadrupled its budget for sidewalks. Last week she said work will begin this month on five major new sidewalk construction projects …

14 projects to get almost $600K

Sandra ClarkUncategorized

The city of Knoxville is awarding $595,000 to 14 of 23 projects that sought historic preservation funds for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
Mayor Rogero established the fund in the 2014-15 budget …

City kicks off Recode Knoxville

Betsy PickleUncategorized

Sixty may be the new 50, but not when it comes to zoning codes.
That’s why the city of Knoxville kicked off its drive to update codes with a presentation on …