Water Companies in Maynardville, TN
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Dixie Water Services
(865) 546-0728 more info
Hallsdale-Powell Utility District
(865) 922-7547 more info
La Follette Water Treatment
(423) 562-7875 more info
LaFollette Utilities Board: Electric & Water Board
(423) 562-3316 more info
LaFollette Utilities Board: Waste Water Treatment Plant
(423) 562-3376 more info
Luttrell-Blaine-Corryton Utlty
(865) 992-8611 more info
Northeast Knox Utility
(865) 687-5345 more info
Northeast Knox Utility District
(865) 688-4070 more info
Northeast Knox Utility District: Water Treatment Plant
(865) 525-0782 more info
Utility District Water Plant
(423) 626-5102 more info

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Facts about Maynardville, TN:
Maynardville is a city in and the county seat of Union County, Tennessee, United States. Its population was 1,782 at the 2000 census and 2,413 at the 2010 census. It is included in the Knoxville, Tennessee Metropolitan Statistical Area.It is a small town with farm land, a little market, and friendly people. Maynardville was the birthplace of country music singers Roy Acuff and Carl Smith. What is now Maynardville began in the early 19th century as a small community known as Liberty. When Union County was created in the 1850s, Liberty, being nearest the center of the county, was chosen as the county seat. The land for the courthouse square was donated by Marcus Monroe (1793?1870), a local minister. Shortly after the Tennessee General Assembly passed legislation authorizing the creation of Union County, Knox County secured an injunction blocking the creation of the new county, which would take some of its area from Knox County. To defend the new county, its supporters retained the...

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