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C'mon government. You're not helping the people (those of us paying you to serve) by erecting barriers. Food is one thing, but no one is going to get sick off fashion.
Quit making Josef Stalin proud. Power to the people.
The court sight would be a fine option. Just keep the grass.
I loved Hoskins, and found the Kefauver material fascinating. It must be displayed prominently.
We have urban green space. That's phenomenal! Let's leave it that way.
This is a great addition to Knoxville radio.
This has to be stopped. That's a horrible use of the building, and detrimental to future neighborhood development.
If enhanced bike and pedestrian access are a part of the new Henley Bridge project that would be huge.
It also wouldn't hurt to close Neyland from the light by Thompson-Boling to the boathouse. A sizeable riverside park would be nice, and access to I-40 wouldn't be impeded.
Good thinking. Knoxville isn't a destination by itself, but it works well as a weekend getaway.
Some great folks go to St. John's. Hopefully they'll get involved. Wait, didn't Jesus something about being a good neighbor (paraphrasing)?
Keep it green. And btw, there's already an outdoor theater in the park.
If a UT degree provides a good return on investment (ROI) students shouldn't mind footing the bill. If there is a poor ROI, students should spend their time and money elsewhere. Taxpayers certainly shouldn't be on the hook.
As for university employees, let them take their skills elsewhere if they think they're underpaid. If they can't get more money, the market is probably telling them their compensation is fair.