It’s been a busy summer for the Recode Knoxville project. Since July 26, ten public meetings have been held in different areas of the city to give people an opportunity to learn more about the second draft of the ordinance and the first draft of the zoning map. A Stakeholder Advisory Committee meeting and a City Council workshop were also held and were open to the public.
Each of the public meetings included a brief presentation (below) and an opportunity to learn about the online mapping tool. Displays from a series of meetings held earlier this year were set up again to explain components of the ordinance. The meetings were well attended with 420 people participating in all.
|8/9/18||Burlington Meeting||Burlington Community Meeting||33|
|8/20/18||West Knoxville Public Draft 2 meeting||Deane Hill Recreation Center||52|
|8/21/18||Knoxville Chamber Public Draft 2 meeting||Knoxville Chamber||40|
|8/23/18||West Knoxville Public Draft 2 meeting||Unitarian Universalists Church||50|
|8/29/18||Central City Public Draft 2 meeting||Central United Methodist Church||46|
|8/30/18||North Knoxville Public Draft 2 meeting||Church of the Good Shepard||93|
|09/04/18||DDRB Workshop||City County Building||8|
|09/05/18||KAAR Residential Meeting||KAAR||18|
|09/06/18||KAAR Commercial Meeting||KAAR||35|
|9/10/18||Vestal Meeting||South Knox Community Center||45|
Have thoughts or ideas you’d like to share? Send them to email@example.com, directly through our website, or on the map. Comments on the second draft of the ordinance and the first draft of the map are due on Thursday, September 13. All general comments and those specific to the map that have been submitted thus far can be viewed online (and below). This feedback will inform the third draft of the ordinance and the second draft of the map, both of which are expected to be released in early October.