Winter events continue to use up salt and pile up overtime in the Street Department, a tired Superintendent Tom Hinkle reported Friday at the mayor’s weekly press briefing.
It will be at least a month before the fate of the old Mount Vernon Middle School at 301 N. Mulberry St. in known, but demolition is likely in the near future.
As U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown prepared to take off on a “listening tour” of early presidential campaign states, he was already sounding like a presidential candidate.
Mayor Richard Mavis announced Friday he has completed filling a committee to work with the consultant hired by the city to develop and fund a stormwater utility.
Last weekend’s snow event, plus some more need to attack city streets in the middle of the week, used a lot of salt and ran up overtime hours in the Street Department.
Knox County Regional Planning Commission Thursday rejected the recommendation of its Land Use Committee to approve a lot split and preliminary plat in Miller Township on Weaver Road.
The Municipal Planning Commission voted 5-0 Thursday to recommend denial of a zoning change from R-1 (single family residential) to R-3 (multi-family residential) for 197 Mansfield Road.
The Knox County Board of Health voted Wednesday to endorse the Heath Center Board of Directors in seeking New Access Point funding for the Danville health center location.
The traffic light at the intersection of Parrott Street and South Main Street is now operating, but turn arrows, specific lane signals and pedestrian lights are not yet part of the sequence.