A proposed housing development has sparked controversy with Loudon City Council, the Loudon Regional Planning Commission and residents of a neighboring subdivision.
Loudon County, Lenoir City and Loudon mayors held another press conference Monday at Loudon City Hall in hopes of sending a signal to the community that leadership is staying on top of COVID-19.
A couple of weeks after Loudon City Council discussed separating the city manager and utilities manager roles, council voted Monday for Ty Ross to keep both positions.
Loudon City Council during its Monday meeting denied the go-ahead for a memorandum of understanding between the city and Loudon County regarding the future construction of the riverside courthouse location after a motion failed for lack of a second.
Remnants of last month’s conversation about the Centre 75 Business Park in Loudon continued to be the central topic of conversation at Thursday’s Loudon County Economic Development Agency board meeting.
Greenback Alderwoman Robin Blankenship released a public resignation letter May 23 on social media in which she criticizes Mayor Dewayne Birchfield and other board of aldermen members Delmar Davis, Johnny Walker and Linda Black.
The Lenoir City School Safety Task Force met Thursday afternoon to discuss, in part, ways to encourage the public to support a sales tax increase that will generate nearly $2 million annually for school safety initiatives.
A week after Loudon County Election Commission voted to remove Earlena Maples from November’s Lenoir City Council ballot, the panel settled a matter related to four other candidates.
A little more than a week after Lenoir City Council moved to contest candidate Earlena Maples’ qualification for the November ballot, Loudon County Election Commission on Monday affirmed that decision.