Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Kingsport Annexation Goes Into Affect in Thirty Days
The Kingsport Board of Mayor and Aldermen gave final approval for two major annexations in Colonial Heights. In thirty days the city will officially include almost 400 new residents and over 200 acres in the Fort Henry Drive area at Interstate 81, portions of Woodmere Drive, Green Hills Drive and Bright Wood Lane. Colonial Heights Middle School will be included however the county will continue to operate the school. On the west side of Lebanon Road between Meadow Lane at I-81 and portions of Claymore Drive, Red Oak Plantation Drive and Harding Road were also annexed. Some property owners can expect to pay at least 597-dollars in city property taxes while others will pay nearly 12-hundred dollars a year. Savings on water, sewer, and garbage collection could save these same tax payers nearly 600-dollars a year. Kingsport is planning to annex three more nearby areas by the end of the year. (bg)

Friday, November 21, 2014

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  • State Certificate Granted for Lee County Hospital Project
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  • Bristol, Virginia Now Marketing Revenue Bonds for The Falls Development Project
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