The Oak Ridge City Council will consider a contract with a veterinarian at the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter and potential changes to the property transfer agreement with TN Oak Ridge Illinois LLC during a special meeting this evening (Tuesday, August 20).
The veterinary services contract would be with Matt Jinks of Maryville.
TN Oak Ridge Illinois LLC is the company helping to lead the redevelopment of the former American Museum of Science and Energy site, and it is affiliated with the company developing Main Street Oak Ridge at the former Oak Ridge Mall. The changes to the property transfer agreement could include extending the first tax revenue condition by one year and requiring a letter of credit for the community-oriented amenities, according to Council’s meeting agenda.
The special meeting starts at 6 p.m. in the Oak Ridge Municipal Building Courtroom at 200 South Tulane Avenue.
Also on the agenda is a resolution to accept a $170,5000 grant from Tennessee Department of Transportation for the city’s public transportation program, among other items.
Read the meeting agenda here.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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