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To locate them you would have to go to a section in the University of Tennessee website. "Why didn't I look there to start with?" you might have just said. I know I did. Inside of the UT website is the MTAS (Municipal Technical Advisory Service) section. Inside that is a page with all the other Tennessee cities that MTAS has their ordinances online.
Now it doesn't seem hard to have a link to a town codes. A good example of this is Belmont California. with a population of 26,000, a good bit smaller then Smyrna, you find a simple link to their codes on the left of their main web page. They even have a Google powered search option on their main page. Such search engines are a free service of Google's and worth inserting a small string of HTML codes to improve a web page.
To put the whole issue into a few short words. Unknown laws are bad laws.
Smyrna is a growing town and a need for a freer flow of information is vitally needed. A few simple links, and free search options could greatly improve a towns web page and deliver a much needed service.
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