Thursday, April 11, 2013

Who Gets In On Legislation To Collect Early Tax Revenue?
In Abingdon the Washington County Virginia Board of Supervisors had a closed meeting to discuss the Virginia Code section that refers to developments of regional impact. The meeting was closed to allow conversation with legal counsel regarding specific matters requiring advice concerning the legal implications of the Virginia Code. No action was taken as a result of the closed meeting which included County Administrator Nadine Culberson, County Attorney Lucy Phillips, County Treasurer Fred Parker and Christy Parker, the county's director of economic development. Legislation could allow the city of Bristol, if they meet requirements as a regional impact development at Interstate 81's Exit 5 to collect tax revenue after the first phase of construction is complete on The Falls. Board Chairman Dulcie Mumpower says they heard from the county attorney. (bg)

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

  • Gas Prices Continue to Drop Across the Tri-Cities
  • Controversial Superintendent Announces Plans to Retire
  • Two Charged in Johnson City Home Robbery
  • ETSU Goes Public with Student Report of Rape
  • Kingsport Earns Highest Bond Ratings in History
  • House Fire in Bristol Contained to Kitchen
  • Sullivan County Commissioners Consent to Support of Wellmont staying local, State Constitution Amendment 1
  • Fire Department Promotion in Johnson City
  • Kingsport Mom Booked Again After Children Found Wondering the Streets
  • Deer Versus Vehicle Crashes on the Rise, THP Reports
  • Man Arrested After Fight With Father Ends With Gunfire



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