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Loudon City Council again Monday considered splitting the roles of Loudon Utilities Board manager and city manager Ty Ross.
Loudon Utilities Board discussed improvements to its operations center during a Monday workshop.
A peaceful protest against racism was held June 2 at the Lenoir City Municipal Building.
A consolidation agreement between Lenoir City Utilities Board and Martel Utility District appears closer than ever after Lenoir City Council o…
Loudon Utilities Board approved May 26 a $10 million fund transfer from the natural gas department to the water department to pay for improvem…
Loudon County election workers are in the midst of preparations for the August state and federal primary and county general election.
Annual budget preparations are approaching as Lenoir City and Loudon assess the financial impact of COVID-19.
Loudon City Council discussed at length Monday a new paving project that would see almost every street in the city repaved.
A proposed housing development has sparked controversy with Loudon City Council, the Loudon Regional Planning Commission and residents of a ne…
Loudon Utilities Board discussed Monday moving $10 million from the gas department to the water department.
Severe weather April 12 left Cleveland no choice but to put out a call for help from nearby utility systems.
Local governments are each taking steps in combating COVID-19 and conducting necessary meetings.
Loudon County, Lenoir City and Loudon mayors held another press conference Monday at Loudon City Hall in hopes of sending a signal to the comm…
Discussion of rezoning and amending the city’s zoning ordinance sparked debate among Loudon City Council at Monday’s online workshop.
Loudon City Council on Monday considered ways to help local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A couple of weeks after Loudon City Council discussed separating the city manager and utilities manager roles, council voted Monday for Ty Ros…
Medical insurance renewal and changes in insurance plans were discussed at length Monday during the Loudon Utilities Board workshop meeting.
Loudon City Council on Monday mulled breaking the city utilities manager and city manager position into two.
A recent University of Tennessee graduate publicly confronted Loudon City Councilman Tim Brewster last week about offensive posts on Facebook.
Loudon County Election Commission is already busy preparing for the 2020 elections.