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  1. Pets

    A pets section would be a nice place for community pet owners to share pet tips and other things like areas to watch out for that aren't safe for people to walk their pets.

    Jul 29, 2014 by Wineman (105 points)

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  2. Rhythem and Roots expansion

    The event was huge this year, and very crowded. have there been any thoughts of closing down more streets, to spread out the crowd?

    Sep 22, 2014 by DC (7 points)

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  3. Shut down the abortion clinic, and stop pushing contraceptives in our schools through the Sullivan county health department.

    After more than 20 years in business, Wes Adams and Gary Boyles, the local abortionists, have killed 10s of thousands of our children and continue to do so. Our schools are literally crumbling and...

    Aug 26, 2014 by Tom Heibel (5 points)

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  4. Piped in country music for down town shoppers

    Why not have speakers in down town Bristol on State Street playing country and Bluegrass music for down town shoppers to enjoy. After all we are the home of country music.........

    Aug 22, 2014 by Charles Hartsock (5 points)

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  5. Bus service to Century square apts, we are in the 37620 zip code

    The city bus will come to BTES but not to a apt complex that has a lot of seniors that needs this service. Tha pat complex pays tax's, so why are we not included

    Sep 2, 2017 by neita shaw (5 points)

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  6. New Baseball Facility

    I would like to see the City build a new Baseball facility suitable to also house the Bristol Pirates. The current facility is run down and is not up to standards for our local high school. It needs...

    Aug 3, 2016 by michael johnston (5 points)

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  7. Health crisis aid for the homeless

    There needs to be portable toilets, drinking water, hand sanitizer and other basic need to be made available for the homeless population of Bristol. With nearly ALL public facilities closing their...

    Mar 25, 2020 by JD Harris (7 points)

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  8. Memorial Day Activity

    It seems like Bristol celebrates so many things, why not some kind of activity to honor and remember all the men and women that paid the ultimate price to make all other celebrations and activities...

    May 23, 2017 by Chuck Smith (5 points)

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  9. Holston River Brewing Company bike Rally

    STOPPING the music from being played all night & allowing your hard working tax payers & voters a good night sleep because many are angry YEA some who don't live here aren't

    Oct 12, 2018 by Kenneth Picklesimer (5 points)

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  10. LED Street lights

    LED's illuminate the street only and don't shine in your house or yard. LED's will darken the sky so our children can see the Milky way. LED's are energy savers. LED's can have motion detectors...

    Dec 28, 2016 by Ed Gschwind (5 points)

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  11. Work with BTES to provide more internet speed options.

    I work for Microsoft 100% remotely and move here last November. Internet speed is of the utmost importance when it comes to working remotely. BTES pricing is less than optimal when it comes to the...

    Jun 8, 2018 by bwilson (5 points)

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  12. Covered Bus Stops.

    Bristol needs covered bus stops for those that use public transportation. Something to keep the residents of Bristol out of the weather,

    Jan 31, 2017 by Sherry (5 points)

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  13. Surveillance/Security Camera(s) at Bark Park

    Although I am grateful that Bristol, TN has an official dog park, it has recently become clear to me that many owners are not following the rules of the Bark Park. On April 11, 2017, my daughter was...

    Apr 12, 2017 by Sandy DeBord (10 points)

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  14. Educational Signage at Bark Park - Shots for Kennel Cough

    So many dogs and their owners utilize the Bark Park, but many are not aware of Kennel Cough and the vaccine available to prevent it. I only recently became aware myself and plan to have our dogs...

    Apr 12, 2017 by Sandy DeBord (10 points)

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  15. Litter pickup

    Plastic pollution is a global problem now. Our society uses plastic products in almost every way, but we can make changes by uniting people. For example, people should be informed of the cause, and...

    Jul 10, 2018 by Amy S (5 points)

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  16. Industry jobs

    How about we get some industry in instead of all the retail work. Ya know, so we can spend that money in the retail market instead of turning into mini Pigeon Forge on the hopes and dreams the RnR...

    Nov 6, 2017 by David Nunn (5 points)

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  17. Repair retaining wall.

    Repair the retaining wall along the Parkway near Applebees.

    Nov 24, 2017 by glennire (5 points)

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  18. Haynesfield Pool update

    Haynesfield Pool could use a major update. Maybe add a splash pad, a slide, a wave pool. Bristol's kids are going to other local places like Kingsport and Johnson City to enjoy their new facilities.

    May 11, 2017 by Sherry (5 points)

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  19. city directories

    Would love to know where to access city directories on line for free for Bristol....doing a lot of research on Anderson Street and people that lived on it.....Any ideas...also would like to see a...

    May 12, 2017 by Maggie Miller (5 points)

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