Waste Connections halts pickup of excess trash, bulky items

Waste Connections halts pickup of excess trash, bulky items

Beginning tomorrow (Wednesday, March 25), the City of Knoxville’s residential trash contractor, Waste Connections, will be limiting trash and recyclable pickup service to “content of carts” only. Excess material outside of carts and bulky waste items, such as discarded televisions or furniture, will not be collected by Waste Connections.   Waste Connections has adopted the […]

Special-Called BOE Meeting, Executive Session

The Knox County Board of Education will hold a special-called meeting electronically, pursuant to Executive Order No. 16 issued on March 20, 2020 by Gov. Bill Lee, to discuss online instructional materials at 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 26, 2020. Prior to the called meeting, there will be an executive session at 3 p.m., also […]

University of Tennessee Medical Center Visitor Restrictions

By Elaine Davis UT Medical Center states that there have been posts circulating on social media with incorrect information. Please understand: UT Medical Center is not on lockdown. However, “For the safety of our patients and team members, local hospitals are no longer allowing visitors, with exceptions in place for certain situations. In addition, we […]

2020 Census

What is the 2020 Census? Every ten years, the census counts every person living in the U.S. to provide critical data that lawmakers, business owners, teachers and many others will use to support their communities It’s easier than ever with only 10 questions and for the first time, you can respond online! In order to […]

What To Know About Covid-19: City Launches Chatbot, Expands Its Online Information

As residents need easy-to-find authoritative facts on the COVID-19 pandemic and what’s happening locally, the City of Knoxville has launched a chatbot and also expanded its online information. A chatbot is software that conducts a conversation and directs people – anytime, day or night – to accurate and dependable online information. The “bot” on the […]

Knoxville City Council Notice of Electronic Meeting 3/24/2020

In accordance with Governor Lee’s Executive Order No. 16, Vice Mayor Gwen McKenzie has determined that it is necessary for Knoxville City Council to meet and conduct essential City of Knoxville business by electronic means to protect the health, safety, and welfare of Knoxvillians because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Therefore, the Knoxville City Council meeting […]

Legal and public notices for the week of March 23, 2020

TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE   WHEREAS, by Deed of Trust, dated November 2, 2017, Beulah L. Mitchell, unmarried, *Beulah L. Mitchell, Beulah Mitchell and Beulah Lee Mitchell are one in the same person*, conveyed the following described premises to Larry Pressley, Trustee, for City Employees Credit Union to secure the indebtedness due therein, and […]

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