Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Solid Waste
Washington County, Tennessee has spent the past several weeks looking into various options on saving money on their solid waste disposal. Currently the county hauls all of their waste to the iris glen facility in Johnson City. County and city officials seem to be at odds on whether the county could save money. County mayor Dan Eldridge says three-hundred-thousand dollars could be saved by using different pricing options. Phil Pindzolla, Johnson City's public works director has different calculations he presented to the board. Officials say that the process could take several weeks. The board will meet again the first week in January.

Monday, September 15, 2014

  • Sullivan Highway Worker Lawsuit Settlement Approved by County Commission
  • Wellmont Names Interim CEO
  • Lease/Purchase of Emergency Radio Communications System Approved by Sullivan Commissioners
  • Work will Disrupt Water Service in Jonesborough
  • Jeff Byrd Indoor Playground dedication at Bristol YMCA
  • Local residents to speak in Richmond on Medicaid expansion
  • Beer sales in movie theaters in Bristol, Tenn. to be discussed
  • Amend the Rave Act
  • Johnson City Man is Arrested for Fourth DUI and Possession of Gun
  • Bar Fight in Johnson City Gets an Erwin Man Arrested
  • McAuliffe to Announce Budget Cuts Today
  • ETSU Researchers Will Study Poisonous Snakes Seized from Preacher
  • Woman From Gray is Arrested for Kroger Embezzlement
  • No Injuries Reported in Overnight Johnson City Fire
  • Pigeon Forge Officer Involved Shooting Still Under Investigation
  • Traffic Stop in Downtown Johnson City Leads to Drug Bust
  • Sullivan County Commissioners Expected to Vote on Settlement



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