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New Wayfinding System Going Up Around Downtown
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Finding your way around downtown Knoxville is getting easier by the day, thanks to a comprehensive system of signs being installed this winter. The first of nearly 250 new signs in the downtown Wayfinding project were installed this week, and work will continue into April.

Hundreds of Stakeholders Weigh in on 2015-19 Five-Year Consolidated Plan
On Tuesday night, Jan. 27, the City's Community Development Department staff presented preliminary findings from surveys of more than 900 stakeholders - residents and neighborhood leaders, researchers and planners, advocates with nonprofit agencies, and others - gathered over about a three-month period. The public meeting on the 2015-19 Five-Year Consolidated Plan was held at the John T. O'Connor Center, 611 Winona St.

Knoxville a Semifinalist for $5 Million Energy Efficiency Prize
Knoxville has been selected as one of 50 communities to advance to the Semifinal round of the Georgetown University Energy Prize, a national competition that challenges small- and medium-sized communities to develop and implement creative, sustainable, and replicable strategies to save energy. Through this competition, the City of Knoxville will work with utility and community leaders to reduce energy consumption in homes, schools and municipal buildings. The community that reduces energy consumption the most over a two-year period has a chance to win up to $5 million to fund local energy and sustainability programs.

Celebration of Voting Rights Act Begins
Voting Rights ActThe City of Knoxville is planning a series of events in 2015 to mark the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This legislation outlawed discriminatory voting practices that had been responsible for the widespread disenfranchisement of African Americans in the United States.

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City Seeks Nominations for 'Good Neighbor of the Year'
Do you know someone who goes the extra mile to make his or her neighborhood a better place? Here is a chance to recognize those efforts: The City of Knoxville is seeking nominees for its Good Neighbor award. Perhaps he or she welcomes new neighbors, volunteers to help neighbors in distress, or works tirelessly in service to the entire neighborhood and/or neighborhood organization.

South Waterfront Newsletter
A new edition of the South Waterfront newsletter is now available online. If you would like to be added to the South Waterfront Newsletter email list, send email to southwaterfront@cityofknoxville.org.

Healthcare Enrollment Event Feb. 7 with Knoxville Area Project Access
KAPA logoWith the upcoming Feb. 15 Healthcare Enrollment deadline closing in, Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero and Knoxville Area Project Access are sponsoring a Saturday, Feb. 7, Healthcare Enrollment event to offer support to citizens. The event will be held on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Pellissippi State Magnolia Campus in the Library Technology Lab - 1610 East Magnolia Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37917

Affordable Care Act Enrollment Nov. 15-Feb. 15
HealthCare.govMayor Madeline Rogero is urging Knoxvillians without health insurance to learn about their options, as open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)begins Nov. 15 and continues through Feb. 15, 2015.


KUB's Round It Up Program Helps Others
KUB Round It Up ProgramKUB announced a new program in partnership with the Community Action Committee (CAC), called "Round It Up: Pennies for a Purpose." Starting in May 2015, KUB customer bills will be rounded up to the next dollar, with all of the excess money going to a CAC program to weatherize housing for low-income residents, which lowers utility bills and helps our environment. This is a voluntary program - any KUB customer can opt out by calling KUB at 865-524-2911. The program could produce as much as $600,000 a year to help some of our most vulnerable citizens. Your change can help change our community for the better for less than $12 a year.

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Lunchtime Tunes
WDVX 89.9 FMEnjoy free live in studio performances at 12 noon on Mondays thru Saturdays at the WDVX 89.9 FM studio in Downtown Knoxville at 301 South Gay Street.

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