The Johnson City Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on the following ordinances on second reading at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 1. The hearing will be held in the Municipal and Safety Building, 601 E. Main St.
Oridnance 4698-19 - Rezoning of 4505 Bristol Highway from B-4 (Planned Arterial Business) to RO-1 (High Density Residential-Professional Office).
Ordinance 4699-19 - Rezoning of 0 Cherokee Road, at the intersection of Brook Hollow Road and Cherokee Road (Tax Map 062G, Group A, Parcel 041.02) from R-2 (Low Density Residential District) to R-3 (Medium Density Residential).
The City of Johnson City, Tennessee will conduct a public hearing on Thursday, July 18, 2019, at 6 p.m., in the Municipal and Safety Building, on the City’s intent to round up the certified tax rate from four digits past the decimal point to two digits, resulting in exceeding the certified tax rate.
The certified tax rates calculated by the State Board of Equalization are $1.7069, $1.8275 and $1.9434 for City properties lying within Washington, Carter and Sullivan Counties, respectively. Since the City establishes its tax rate in full pennies, Ordinance 4702-19 proposes rounding up the City tax rates by 31/100, 25/100 and 66/100 of a penny, to $1.71, $1.83 and $1.95 for Washington, Carter and Sullivan Counties, respectively.
The Johnson City Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on the following ordinance at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 18, 2019 in the Municipal and Safety Building.
Ordinance 4693-19 and Resolution, Hawk Landing Annexation - to annex portions of properties with Tax Map 037, Pacels 084.03 and 083.04 at the end of Mizpah Hills Drive, and zone said properties R-2 (Low Density Residential); and consider plan of services for Hawk Landing Annexation.
The Johnson City Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on the following ordinance on Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the Municipal and Safety Building.
Ordinance 4700-19 – An ordinance appropriating additional funds to the various departments and divisions of the City of Johnson City, Tennessee, with the additional revenue from local, state and federal sources.
In accordance with the application instructions from the Tennessee Department of Education, the City of Johnson City submits a public notice announcing our intent to submit an application for a 21st Century Community Learning Centers After School Programs grant to serve city residents at the Langston facility. Posted 3-22-19