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BRISTOL, Tenn. — Starting with 14 lots, Bristol Tennessee city staff members are working to sell unneeded city-owned properties and put them back on the tax rolls. According to a list of properties acquired by the Bristol Herald Courier through a records request, the city owns a total of 298 properties, some of which have been unused for years.

BRISTOL, Tenn. — Despite debuting only a few weeks ago, a new dining strip on Sixth Street in downtown Bristol has created parking problems, customer frustration and other headaches, several business owners told Bristol Tennessee City Council on Tuesday night.

BRISTOL, Tenn. — Members of Bristol Tennessee City Council, the Sullivan County Commission, the city Industrial Development Board [IDB] and local government employees spent Monday afternoon learning from one of the state’s foremost experts on developmental tax incentives.

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