Fourth & Gill News from 2004
November - 2004 Waggoner sisters focusing on Deery Street
Our neighborhood is very lucky to have attracted the attention of Mary & Kathryn Waggoner. The sisters have just begun their second historic renovation on Deery Street and their efforts are not going unnoticed. The Knoxville-Knox County Metropolitan Planning Commission has just added their story to the historic preservation page of their web site. To learn more, please click here.
November - 2004 Four Fourth & Gill homes win Historic Preservation Awards!
Four homes within our neighborhood were awarded 2004 Historic Preservation Awards by KnoxHeritage in the residential restoration category. For more on this
October - 2004 - Fourth & Gill exhibits at KnoxHeritage Old House Fair
Pictured on the right are neighbors John Jacobs, Michele Dotson, Chris Jerger
and Alice Jerger. Jonathan Wimmer, Fourth & Gill Neighborhood President would especially like to thank the following neighbors for representing Fourth & Gill at the Old House Fair: John Jacobs & Carla Wyrick, Allen Osbourne, Jim & Flo Ullrich, Sandra McCall and Michele Dotson.
October - 2004 Keep Knoxville Beautiful Awards Historic Preservation Award to Fourth & Gill home.
Keep Knoxville Beautiful has just named 1302 Luttrell Street, The Camp-DeRobertis Home, as the winner of a 2004 "Orchid" award for beautfication in the Historic Preservation category.
October - 2004 - Fourth & Gill Neighbor on the Cutting Edge of Potential New Energy Source.
Luttrell Street neighbor Barry Bruce is on the cutting edge of science in attempting to harness solar energy via plants. He is an integral part of multi-disciplinary team attempting to harness the power of photosynthesis to produce electricity. To read a Knoxville News-Sentinel article about this revolutionary project, please click here.
October - 2004 - Knoxville News Sentinel highlights 1101 Luttrell Street
Recently, the Knoxville News-Sentinel published a wonderful article on the miraculous restoration of 1101 Luttrell Street by Jeff Talman & Nancy Young.
September - 2004 - MetroPulse Urban Renewal column focuses on a wonderful Eleanor Street home for sale.
September - 2004 - City accepting proposals for McCallie Park site
August - 2004 - News Sentinel publishes Luttrell Street Neighbor's article regarding Knoxville's main library.
The Knoxville News Sentinel has published an article by neighbor Jim Ullrich regarding our main library.
August - 2004 - Fourth & Gill Board announces new members and officers.
John Jacobs, James Newburn and Greg Marlow are the newest members of the the Fourth & Gill neighborhood's board of directors. The the board's August meeting, new officers were elected. Barbara Simpson, CPA was re-elected as Treasurer, and the following new officers were elected: Jonathan Wimmer as President, Bill Pittman as Vice-President and Joan Eschman as Secretary.
July - 2004 - Fourth & Gill neighbor featured in News Sentinel
The Knoxville News-Sentinel has just published an article about Fourth & Gill neighbor Bobby Hancock and his his work studying mosquitoes.
June - 2004 - Neighborhood Center Task Force Formed
A task force has been formed to help determine the future of the Fourth & Gill neighborhood center and all residents are encouraged to share their thoughts; for more information, please click here.
May 9th, 2004 - Brownlow School Lofts Update
Developer David Dewhirst is "pre-selling" lofts at the old Brownlow School
located at the corner of East Glenwood and Luttrell Street. To move the project forward, David must "pre-sell" ~13 units; thus far, 7 units have been sold so please spread the word to family, friends and co-workers...Brownlow is great option for those seeking the loft lifestyle close to downtown and in a truly wonderful space. For more information, please contact Dewhirst Properties at 973-3586. Also, be sure to read the recent MetroPulse article regarding Brownlow.
May 7, 2004 Baptist Hospital Welcomes a Fourth & Gill Neighbor
Dr. Ellen Liuzza and Family decide to renovate a home on Luttrell. Joining Dr. Liuzza will be her husband Roy an English professor at the University of Tennessee along with charming young son Joseph. A hearty welcome to our new neighbors. Please click the ad at right to enlarge announcement.
April 9, 2004 MetroPulse Articles
March 18, 2004 - Neighborhood Yard Sale
Get ready for some spring cleaning! The third annual 4th & Gill Neighborhood Yard Sale will be on Saturday,April 24th, from 8am until 3pm.
Here is how it works: You get all of your things together for a yard sale and be ready to sell your stuff and keep your earnings. Each sale is individual
and occurs on your own front lawn. We'll do the group's advertising and develop a map of the neighborhood indicating where each of the sales are
All you have to do is call Ellen Lee at 673-5099 by
Friday, April 16th, if you're interested in
February 23, 2004 - Neighborhood announces plans for 2004 Home Tour
The Fourth & Gill neighborhood has now announced plans regarding its 2004 home tour; for more information, please click here.
February 17, 2004 - BYOH...Bring your own house to Fourth & Gill
KnoxHeritage is seeking a buyer for a beautiful home currently on Francis Street that must be moved! For more information about this home, please contact, please e-mail Bob Evridge, Program Director for KnoxHeritage or call him at 865-251-5311.
January 3, 2004 - Neighbor Announces Campaign Kick-off
Neighbor Indya Kincannon invites all to a kick-off of her campaign for the 2nd District School Board seat. A reception will be held next Wednesday (January 7th) from 5-7PM at the beautiful home of Steve Hancock and Karen Josvanger at 1013 Luttrell Street...pictured on the right.