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Knoxville Hospital & Clinics, the Marion County Emergency Management Office and Emergency Response Association, and Mercy College of Health Sciences have collaborated to form the Knoxville Hospital & Clinics Emergency Response Training Initiative (ERTI), a program to provide Basic Emergency Medical Technician training at a reduced cost. Pictured left to right are representatives from the Knoxville Fire & Rescue Department, Marion County Emergency Management, and Knoxville Hospital & Clinics: Dalton Rowland, Chris Camden, Jim Mitchell, Jeff Anderson, Shannon Overton, Kellie Jones, and Kevin Kincaid.

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Upon completion and reopening of Third Street, should the City of Knoxville wait to start the next stage of the Streetscape and Infrastructure project until 2015?

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