Thursday, April 18, 2013

Nearly 66- Million Dollars For Bristol In 2014 Starting July 1st
The Bristol Tennessee City Council worked with City Manager Jeff Broughton to propose a budget that would raise the city’s real property tax rate by 13 cents and impose other fee hikes to raise revenue. Nearly 66-million dollars for fiscal year 2014 takes affect July first. Bristol will usually adjust property-tax rates every four years in line with Sullivan County’s new property assessments for homes. New fees also appear in the upcoming spending plan that is expected to be approved during the June fourth meeting. They want to move forward with what they consider to be important projects for the city. A recent community-wide survey of residents pointed to unfavorable results concerning the city's resurfacing efforts. (bg)

Saturday, January 31, 2015

  • Man Found Staying in a JC Home While Owner Was Away
  • Jury Convicts 70-year-old Johnson City Woman of Vehicular Homicide
  • "Trammel Property" Bill Chances Slim, According to Carrico
  • As Virginia General Assembly Formulates Budget, Highway Funding Up So Far for Bristol District
  • Hubbard Gives Perspective on Need for City Council Executive Sessions
  • Carrico Bill on Domestic Assault in Trouble Due to Cost
  • Wise County Dentist Gets Two Months in Jail for Fraud
  • Water Service in Portions of Elizabethton to be Interrupted Saturday
  • Washington County, VA Deputies Looking for Two Men Involved in Farm Machine Burglary
  • JCPD Prepares for Super Bowl Weekend, DUI Patrols with Additional Officers
  • Kingsport Police Search for Suspects who Stole Nearly $2,000 Worth of Items
  • Washington County Commissioner David Tomita Talks in Support of Project X
  • Eastman Chemical Earnings Up



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