Knoxville (WVLT) - What changes, if any, would you make to Knox County's government?
A newly formed organization called "Knox County - One Question" is attempting to answer that question.
Organizers hope to meet with the public to hear what changes the citizens of Knox County would want to make to the local government.
Here's a list of a series of public meetings taking place throughout May.
Monday, May 14
Halls High School
Tuesday, May 14
Bearden High School
Thursday, May 17
Central High School
Monday, May 21
South Doyle Middle School
Tuesday, May 22
Fulton High School
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