Greeneville BMA considers land sale and school applications | Local News

The Greeneville Mayor and Aldermen’s Council will consider selling approximately 35 acres of City of Greeneville-owned property in the Hardin Industrial Park to an adjacent owner when it meets Tuesday afternoon at 4 p.m.

The board will meet in the G. Thomas Love Conference Room in the Greeneville Light and Power Building, 110 N. College St.

The board will also consider financial requests from schools in the City of Greeneville.

Among those requests is a resolution to consider allocating $275,000 to match the total cost of replacing the turf at the Greeneville High School football field.

Council will also consider funding and approval for the City of Greeneville Schools HVAC and Lighting Project.

The council will consider a resolution asking the Tennessee Department of Transportation to make the Newport Highway a four-lane highway rather than the proposed two-lane super highway.

Council will also consider giving final approval after second reading and public hearing to an application to rezon a property along West Vann Road.

The property is currently divided, with part being zoned low density residential and part medium density residential. The applicant wishes the entire property to be zoned medium density residential.

This measure was presented to council as part of a possible future subdivision plan.