Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Kingsport Women Want Decisions Declared Null & Void
A lawsuit has been filed against the Kingsport Board of Mayor and Aldermen, Kingsport Board of Education and the Sullivan County Board of Education. Angie Stanley and Monica Comsa of Kingsport claim that elected officials held meetings on school consolidation in violation of the Tennessee Open Meetings Act. According to the lawsuit the meetings were held in regards to consolidation and in violation of the state open meetings act, or often referred to as the Sunshine Law which states that a meeting is any gathering of two or more members of a public body in order to deliberate or decide on public policy. The lawsuit seeks for the meetings to be ruled in violation and ordered to cease immediately and any decisions declared to be null and void. (bg)

Saturday, January 31, 2015

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  • Jury Convicts 70-year-old Johnson City Woman of Vehicular Homicide
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  • As Virginia General Assembly Formulates Budget, Highway Funding Up So Far for Bristol District
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  • 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
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