The Knoxville City Council met in regular session Monday evening. At the meeting the council read a proclamation in regards to National School Breakfast week which will be held the week of March 8th-12th. They also discussed a zoning ordinance amendment request by Frank and Mary Peak prohibiting livestock within city limits. The Peak’s requested the amendment so that they would be able to sell their 17 acre piece of land, which lies within city limits to buyers who would like to have horses on the property. The council chose to send the recommendation to the Planning and Zoning committee for further consideration.
For more on last night’s city council meeting, tune into today’s Let’s Talk Knoxville at 12:40pm when I’ll speak with City Manager Dick Schrad about these and other items on the agenda.