Hello Loves, Long time no Blog, I will say my blog has been untimly quiet for the past year, due to life changes and taking time off of the blogworld. I decided to take a break from blogging to figure out what I would like this blog to grow into. Knoxville is an amazing place to … Continue reading McCalla Around Knoxville Who?
Hello Loves, Mayor Jacobs is hosting the first round of public meetings to hear your input, check them out and attend! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Knox County Greenway Corridor Study Meetings set for June KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Knox County will host the first round of public meetings designed to hear community input about a major … Continue reading We Need To Hear What You Think!
Hello Loves, Here is Mayor Glenn Jacobs' Weekly Update. You can always find them on his facebook but starting today you can find them right here on McCalla Around Knoxville. Enjoy loves and a huge thank you, for this great videos from our hard-working County Mayor. Mayor Jacobs Update Dec. 7, 2018
Hello Loves, We are getting into the Christmas Spirit on McCalla Around Knoxville. Commissioner-at-Large Justin Biggs has our very first Holiday Ad. It's refreshing to see a younger commissioner that is reaching out by almost every avenue to make sure he reaches his constituents. Thank you, Commissioner Biggs.
Hello Loves, This morning I had a post about The Knox County Republican Party and who could possibly be running for chairman. The blog got lots of questions so here is Randy Pace's information straight from his facebook. Enjoy. I just copied and pasted it so it was easier for you to read. "My Name … Continue reading Randy Pace in a Facebook Status
Hello Loves, Election season has finally at an end... for now. January we will start full force on City Elections and I have noticed something that I think we need to look at. As many of my readers know, I normally vote Republican. On the rare occasion I have walked over that line and voted … Continue reading To Many Meetings?
Hello Loves, Did you know you can attend County Commission meetings and Committee meetings? You can hear and see for yourself what is going on in Knoxville without watching or hearing the fake news that sometimes floats through our community. The Joint Education Committee Meeting will meet on Wednesday November 28, 2018 at 4pm in … Continue reading Hear and See for Yourself