Save Chattanooga – STOP The SMART City Plans

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Press Release –

No matter what Mayor Kelly calls it – One Chattanooga Plan, Climate Action Plan – it’s all the same freedom-robbing SMART City / 15 Minute City structure that Chattanooga politicians signed up for. The same technology used in China to monitor and control its population is being rolled out here at a fast and furious pace.

And all without a single vote from Chattanooga residents!

Our goal is to STOP the SMART City Plans for Chattanooga. We are exploring all means possible to allow our voices to be heard when we say NO to:

• Intrusive Surveillance Cameras and Loss of Privacy

• High Density Rezoning

• Government Land Grabs and Increased Taxation

Please join us for our first planning meeting on:

Monday, August 28, 2023 at 6:00 – 8:00 PM Eastern

The True Life Center

4104 Ringgold Rd

East Ridge

Snacks and drinks available for purchase on site at Local Coffee in East Ridge.

We are building our team and need volunteers with specific experience, including Campaign Finance, Law, Web Design, Graphic Design, Marketing.

In fact, we need YOU in whatever capacity you can help support fighting this egregious government overreach.

We are looking forward to meeting you on August 28th at 6PM.

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6 thoughts on “Save Chattanooga – STOP The SMART City Plans

  • August 21, 2023 at 5:36 pm

    Chattanooga is sounding like California!!!!

    The “high-density” rezoning nonsense is a Newsom idea that is promoted as a way to cause “affordable housing”. It won’t work. Then they promote “regional rail transit” that loses milllions (Denver’s system lost $600 million BEFORE the pandemic and ridership continues to drop because people are working from home.
    Look at Chattanooga’s mayor – he looks like Newsom and he went to Columbia U. He says he’s an “independent”, which in TN means a Dem.

    How is that happening? One reason is low voter turnout. He only got 16,000 votes and won – PATHETIC!!! Go out and vote!!!

    • September 14, 2023 at 4:05 am

      We need to rescue Chattanooga and give it back to the voters after being on a representative form of government for decades and people feeling that they have no say in what happens in our city. Where a very few make decisions that affect thousands of us. Speaking of which your point of only 16M votes putting our current Dem mayor in office is an important one.

  • August 25, 2023 at 3:20 pm

    My wife and I lived for about fifteen months off of Shallowford Road after moving to TN in 2022 from upstate New York – a state that has been in decline for over a decade. We witnessed a decline in the quality of life where we rented an apartment whose location and owner I will not name for obvious reasons. During the time we rented the apartment we witnessed our apartment complex become more “ghettoized.”

    The night-time noise levels increased and there were pool parties with audio equipment that broadcast loud and lewd music and where many if not most of the “attendees” were not residents. Interestingly, the rents were not low so one can’t blame the problem on low-income renters. However, the blame can be placed on the culture of the people who moved into the neighborhood and also on a police force that’s been shackled by the bleeding-hearts (Democrats all) in the local government.

    Thankfully we don’t have to deal with these urban problems since we’ve moved to a rural area where we own several acres of land and keep our “baseball bats and baseballs” ready to use at a moment’s notice.

  • August 28, 2023 at 1:48 pm

    Columbia University = Cloward – Piven.

  • September 7, 2023 at 3:44 pm

    There are more meetings upcoming.. they are trying not to have them published so that it can be said they had no resistance or disagreement with the push for “smart cities.”

  • September 9, 2023 at 2:36 pm

    It’s time for the people of Chattanooga to take back the responsibilities of voting for the programs and policies that affect the way our city is managed. We should revert to a governing system that allows people a direct voice in government. That means citizens voting rather than using the system of representation currently in place.


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