BRISTOL, Tenn. — Visitors to Bristol, Tennessee’s website will see the site has undergone a facelift and restructured to be more user-friendly.

The city launched its updated website on July 2 and officially rolled it out Monday, according to a news release. Besides a more attractive design, it includes a transparency portal that provides residents with a single access point for city records and documents, a spotlight section that combines the latest city news and a calendar of events.

Terrie Talbert, director of community relations, said the previous website was 5 years old and needed to be replaced.

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