A non-profit group, The Sam Adams Alliance, says the county needs help with their website.
More than a third of Tennessee 95 counties don't have their own Website, according to the survey which recently reviewed county Websites in 36 states, assessing whether they offered information about budgets, upcoming meetings, elected and administrative officials, audits, zoning, contracts, lobbying, public records and taxes.
According to the review, county sites in Tennessee were likely to post information about elected and administrative officials.
Unfortunately, no counties in the state received a top grade for their websites. Five counties in our area tied with the highest grade in the state, with Bradley County, Davidson County, Hamilton County, Montgomery County and Williams County each receiving a "B+" for having the most information available online. Sevier County received a D- while Blount County received a C-... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.