Monday, January 20, 2014

MLK Street In JC
While one group in Johnson City is saying it is a must to get a street named after Martin Luther King, Jr., members of the cityís commission says itís an idea that has never been brought to them. While most surrounding localities of the same size do have a street named after the famed civil rights leader, Johnson City does not, and several steps would have to be taken just to rename a portion of any street. First, members of the group must meet with city planners, a fee of 335-dollars must be paid, and then it must be approved by the planning and city commissions. Some difficulty that comes with the attempt to rename the street has to do with changing addresses for emergency services.(CC)

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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