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Knoxville-Knox County Metropolitan Planning Commission Executive Director Search

MPC's Executive Director leads and manages all aspects of the organization, which serves a population of more than 400,000 citizens in the City of Knoxville and Knox County, Tennessee. The deadline to apply for this position is December 31, 2014. Please see the job posting on the American Planning Association website for details.

Google Capturing Local Sights for Online Viewing

Trekking
If you’ve seen an odd contraption carried along greenways and trails in the Knoxville area in the last few weeks, you might have guessed that some new Google technology was in town. You would be right – the green backpack-mounted orb is a Google Trekker camera that records ground views of local attractions. What you may not have known is who brought the Google Trekker camera to our area. More >>


Jack Sharp with tablet
Planning Commission Going Paperless at Monthly Meetings

If you’ve been to an MPC meeting in the last couple of months, you might have noticed that planning commissioners are spending less time thumbing through pages and more time swiping touch screens. That’s because the agency has taken the first steps toward running paperless meetings. Each commissioner has been issued a tablet to view case-related materials, though they haven’t completely given up their four-inch binders yet. More >>


Contacting the Planning Commissioners

MPC is streamlining the process for contacting planning commissioners. With an ever-increasing volume of citizen comments coming in the form of email, we needed a more efficient way of managing and distributing those comments so each planning commissioner receives the same information before each meeting. Beginning on July 14, emails sent to commission@knoxmpc.org will be automatically sent to every planning commissioner, as well as several staff members. This process simplifies things on both ends of the e-mail: planning commissioners and staff have access to all correspondence in one place and citizens don't have to find email addresses for 15 commissioners. As always, we welcome your feedback as we introduce this new process. Learn more >>

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