Carson Dailey – Give it to Hardin Valley BUT NOT South Knox County!

Tonight at the Knox County Commission Budget Hearing and Knox County Commission workshop a discussion was up about a South Knox County traffic/mobility study. South Knox Commissioner Carson Dailey OPPOSED it. He actually said I support one for Hardin Valley but not South Knox County.

It’s as if he has been watching the TN legislature too long this year.

Dailey first said vote NO. Then after discussion, Commissioner Randy Smith made a substitute motion to delay the Resolution and Dailey immediately back peddled, that’s what I wanted a delay.

Once the CTV Knox video is posted, I can record and place it on #TheMegaBullhornofTruth YouTube page.

Apparently 77 traffic deaths on South Knox County roads is NOT enough for Dailey.

Dailey is up for election early March 2020. Are you watching South Knox County? Hardin Valley is getting something, but you ain’t and it’s all because of Your Commissioner!


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2 Responses

  1. Bill says:

    Apparently 77 traffic deaths on South Knox County roads is NOT enough for Dailey and South Knox County. REALLY?! The issue with Chapman hwy is it’s over crowded. The city mayor chose not to extend james white parkway because she didn’t want her precious bike trails interrupted. As a life long south Knox resident I stand with Carson and the way you’re trying to shame him is disgusting.

    • BHornback says:

      Bill, Thank you for reading and commenting. Your opinion is valued, there is no shaming involved here. To the families of the 77 I am sure $147,000 to study how to prevent the unexpected premature loss of their child, sibling, spouse or parent would be money well spent.

      Have a great day