Representatives of SWFT were among the more than 100 South Knoxville residents who attended the South Knox Town Hall Meeting (Feb 3). Updates were provided on the progress of Local Neighborhood Groups (including SWFT), Kerns Bakery project, Urban Wilderness project, IC King Park Expansion & Redesign project, and the BMX Bicycle Track project at South Doyle Middle School. Some of the other issues that were discussed with community input included, new South Knox resident owned businesses, restrictions on fast cash loan businesses, restrictions on ugly signage, hazardous narrow roads, Chapman Highway traffic flow improvements, traffic light coordination, traffic safety pertaining to children & cyclists, increased incidence of gun shots (not violence) in South Haven, litter control & pickup program, increased police patrols in South Knoxville, upcoming Gov. John Sevier Scenic Highway Community Meeting (Mar 4), and South Knoxville Cleanup (Mar 17).
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