Monday, April 16, 2012

Kingsport Leaders Trying to Set Priorities
The Kingsport Board of Mayor of Mayor and Aldermen is wrestling with the issue of setting priorities for the Model City's five year capital improvement plan. Road building appears to be at the top of the list with a major widening and up grade for Sullivan St. between Church Circle and Lynn Garden Drive getting close scrutiny. Other CIP projects includes extending Martin Luther King, Junior drive, moving a section of Riverport Road away from the South Holston River and also three intersection upgrades in Colonial Heights.The second highest ranked project is for Kingsport in the next five years is phase 5 of improvements to Gibson Mill Road. Some leaders are now referring to that project is the Cross Town Connector. A variety of intersection projects some of which could become roundabouts are also being closely looked at by city leaders.(CS)

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