A Family Centered Subdivision in Knoxville, Tennessee
Established in 1997, our West Knox neighborhood is comprised of 171 homes and is zoned for Farragut Schools.
Please review the Restrictive Covenants of WG before making any changes, additions or repairs to be certain they conform to the covenants (including mailboxes).
As a resident of WG you are under constructive notice to abide by ALL of the Restrictive Covenants.
They can be found under the WGHA tab at the top of this page.
Contact the HOA Board with any questions and or approvals.
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It's been quite a year. Now that everyone's just about ready to wrap up 2014, it's time to take a quick look back. While some news sites give you a look at the best-of moments for last year, Google takes a different approach. At the end of every year, it releases its list of most Googled Terms. This year, it was Robin Williams, Ebola, the World Cup.
This study from Estately took things one step further and decided to dive into what people were searching for by state.
TENNESSEE: Who is I.S.I.S.?, Kevin Sharp
Feeling a little hot under the collar? No, we’re not talking about all this summer heat. The Movoto Real Estate Blog has just been wondering about where the most sexy sorts of people reside, and which cities are simply the sexiest in the country.
We've already looked at sexy suburbs, but we thought it was about time to give some larger cities some love, so we turned our heart-shaped glasses towards mid-sized cities. We checked into business listings, tried not to get too steamy with our language, and made a lusty list of the sexiest mid-sized cities in the country. Those sultry cities are:
Surprised? Well, that’s okay, some people enjoy surprises, especially the sexy kind. If you’re curious where your mid-sized city ranked, you can check the 50 sexiest locations in the table at the bottom of this article. If you’re curious about how we were able to get this racey ranking, you won’t have to wait long, because we’ll go over that in the very next section.
Based on an analysis of new state-by-state data from the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey, adult obesity rates by state from highest to lowest were:
Note: 1 = Highest rate of adult obesity, 51 = lowest rate of adult obesity.
1. (tie) Mississippi and West Virginia (35.1%)
3. Arkansas (34.6%)
4. Tennessee (33.7%)
5. Kentucky (33.2%);
6. Louisiana (33.1%);
7. Oklahoma (32.5%);
8. Alabama (32.4%);
9. Indiana (31.8%);
10. South Carolina (31.7%);
Rates Increased in Only Six States Since Last Year - Including Tennessee
Washington, D.C., September 4, 2014 - Tennessee now has the fourth highest adult obesity rate in the nation, according to The State of Obesity: Better Policies for a Healthier America, a report from the Trust for America's Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). Complete story here.
Thanks to the Walnut Grove residents who volunteered to pick-up litter along Boyd Station Road on Saturday morning, November 16, 2013. Thirteen people made quick work of the project by collecting over twenty bags of trash and clearing the rocks and glass from the roadway under the railroad underpass. Pictured from left to right front row: Albert Rhone, Gary Andrews, Tyler Rhone. Back row: Jed Rogers, John Wrapp, Barry Golden, Rob Howard and Carl Miller. Not pictured: Sherri and Thane Price, Paula Coleman, Ron Fox and Al Nieman.
As you may know, Walnut Grove has adopted the section of Boyd Station Road between the underpass and the County line. As a result, Knox County provides safety road signs, vests, gloves, grabbers and trash bags for the litter pick-up dates. They also clear away the bags of litter following the clean-up date. Thank you Knox County.
HOA President Al Nieman
It's the winter that just won't end, despite what the groundhog said. But when it comes to sniffling, sneezing and itchy, watery eyes, we think it's better to be prepared, especially since some experts suggest allergies are only getting worse. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has once again compiled a list of the most challenging places to live for people with allergies. Despite the persisting cooler temps, the AAFA predicts a longer, strong spring allergy season, partially due to more extreme weather conditions.
Click over for an interactive map of the full list.
#2: Knoxville, Tennessee
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