Knoxville Council to Consider Zoning Ordinance Overhaul Today

The Knoxville City Council could decide today if it will take the next steps in its Recode Knoxville initiative, which would drastically overhaul the city’s zoning ordinances, the Knoxville News Sentinel reports. Initially proposed in 2016, Recode is intended to revise land use divisions and clear up confusing or redundant regulations, particularly involving mixed-use commercial and residential developments. The zoning ordinance applies only within Knoxville city limits and excludes county, state and federal properties. The city council will vote on the initiative in its meeting tonight at 6 p.m., EDT in the Main Assembly Room of the City County Building.

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