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Archive Material - Data Not CurrentFIFTH-BROADWAY COMMITTEE
NOTE: The task force completed its work in December 2006.
Fifth-Broadway Committee
June 22, 2006 - Committee to focus on Broadway/Fifth Avenue area
September 28, 2006 Meeting
September 7, 2006 Meeting
August 17, 2006 Meeting
August 3, 2006 Meeting
July 21, 2006 Meeting
July 6, 2006 Meeting
June 20, 2006 Meeting
June 8, 2006 Meeting
View the Special Report given to Mayor Haslam - PDF file
The Fifth-Broadway Committee was appointed by Mayor Bill Haslam after City Council approved allocating federal funding to help renovate the former Fifth Avenue Motel into apartments for homeless individuals.

The committee will focus on the Broadway/Fifth Avenue area and will meet monthly with City staff to discuss issues ranging from neighborhood safety to the design of new buildings within the corridor.

Dr. Bill Lyons, the City's senior director for policy development, will serve as Co-Chairman with Chris Woodhull who will represent City Council.

Meetings Schedule

The Committee's next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 21st at 12 noon at St. John's Lutheran Church.

Committee Members

CO-CHAIRMAN - Dr. Bill Lyons, City of Knoxville Senior Director for Policy Development
CO-CHAIRMAN - Chris Woodhull, City of Knoxville City Council
Major Alderson, Salvation Army
Dan Schuh, Old North Knoxville Neighborhood
Capt. Gordon Catlett, Knoxville Police Department
Mike Dunthorn, City Community Development
Duane Grieve, Emory Place
Mark Hipshire, Fort Sanders Neighborhood
Judy Holder, City People
Patrick McInturff, 4th and Gill Neighborhood
Rev. J. Stephen Misenheimer, St. John's Lutheran Church
Alvin Nance, KCDC
David Nix, Park Ridge Neighborhood
Dr. Roger Nooe, Knoxville/Knox County Ten-Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness
Grant Rosenberg, Knox County Community Services
Burt Rosen, Knox Area Rescue Ministries
Ginny Weatherstone, Volunteer Ministry Center
Tina Rosling- Fourth and Gill
Cathy Chesney - City of Knoxville
Dan Tiller- KCDC
Mike Carberry - MPC
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