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Transportation Planning Organization

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Knoxville, TN 37902

email: contact@planeasttn.org
phone: (865) 215-2500
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East Tennessee Voices:

Stories from Three Generations

Solutions that make our communities more vibrant and livable places appear across the region in new and unexpected ways.  Hear stories from other East Tennesseans as they relate their experiences and share their visions for future.

Roshni Dave - Paying It Forward
Every generation of East Tennessean has stories to tell that help define the character and quality of life of our region. Oak Ridge High School senior Roshni Dave shares the story of how her community provided her family with comfort and support in a time of need and how that kindness has inspired her to repay the effort for future generations.
Every generation of East Tennessean has stories to tell that help define the character and quality of life of our region. Oak Ridge High School senior Roshni Dave shares the story of how her community provided her family with comfort and support in a time of need and how that kindness has inspired her to repay the effort for future generations.

Roshni Dave - Paying It Forward

Every generation of East Tennessean has stories to tell that help define the character and quality of life of our region. Oak Ridge High School senior Roshni Dave shares the story of how her community provided her family with comfort and support in a time of need and how that kindness has inspired her to repay the effort for future generations.

J.V. Waller - Finding the Common Goal
While East Tennesseans are proud of their self-reliant heritage, long-time resident J.V. Waller of Union County recognizes the benefit of neighbors and communities working together. He shares his story of how finding a common goal or interest, such as celebrating a community's history, can open the door to new cooperative opportunities.
While East Tennesseans are proud of their self-reliant heritage, long-time resident J.V. Waller of Union County recognizes the benefit of neighbors and communities working together. He shares his story of how finding a common goal or interest, such as celebrating a community's history, can open the door to new cooperative opportunities.

J.V. Waller - Finding the Common Goal

While East Tennesseans are proud of their self-reliant heritage, long-time resident J.V. Waller of Union County recognizes the benefit of neighbors and communities working together. He shares his story of how finding a common goal or interest, such as celebrating a community's history, can open the door to new cooperative opportunities.

Melissa Knight - Where the Sidewalk Begins
Creating long-term solutions for the livability of our communities isn't limited to large ideas. Knox County resident Melissa Knight shares a story of how a simple project, like a new sidewalk, helped foster community ties and promote community health.
Creating long-term solutions for the livability of our communities isn't limited to large ideas. Knox County resident Melissa Knight shares a story of how a simple project, like a new sidewalk, helped foster community ties and promote community health.

Melissa Knight - Where the Sidewalk Begins

Creating long-term solutions for the livability of our communities isn't limited to large ideas. Knox County resident Melissa Knight shares a story of how a simple project, like a new sidewalk, helped foster community ties and promote community health.

About these Videos

The videos were developed in conjunction with the Plan East Tennessee Kickoff Celebration held on October 11, 2011.  The speakers included Roshni Dave, J.V. Waller and Melissa Knight who relayed the stories shared in these short videos with those in attendance.

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