Mayor Kelly Announces Next Phase Of Reopening For City Community Centers

Most Community Centers Are Reopening—With The Last Remaining Exceptions Being East Lake Due To Remodeling; As Well As Cromwell And Frances B. Wyatt, Both Of Which Are Closed Due To Staffing Shortages.

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Mayor Kelly Begins Phased Reopening Of City Community Centers Starting Thursday

Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Has Ordered A Phased Reopening Of The City’s Community Centers Starting On Nov. 18. The Initial Stages Will Include Avondale, Brainerd, Carver, Hixson, John A. Patten, Shepherd, South Chattanooga, And Westside Community Centers.

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Mayor Kelly Orders Chattanooga Community Centers Remain Closed

Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Has Ordered The Closure Of All Community Centers At The Conclusion Of Summer Camp On Friday. Kelly Ordered That They Remain Closed Indefinitely Due To Spiking COVID-19 Infections Among Unvaccinated Chattanoogans.

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Tennessee Education Commissioner Visits Chattanooga

On Thursday, June 17, Tennessee Department Of Education Commissioner, Penny Schwinn, Paid A Visit To Chattanooga To Host A Roundtable With School Officials And Community Leaders. The Roundtable Was Held To Discuss Ways The Hamilton County School System Can Be Improved.

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Chattanooga River And Collegedale Markets To Re-Open In Mid-March

After Closing Their Markets Due To The Pandemic In Fall Of Last Year, Organizers Of Two Of Chattanooga Area’s Most Popular Farmers & Artists Markets State They Feel Confident, And Also Responsible, For Maintaining Connection Between Farmers / Artisans & The Hamilton County / Chattanooga Community.

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Panhandling Problem Plagues Chattanooga Streets

Once called “the dirtiest city in America” by Walter Cronkite, Chattanooga earned the nickname “Scenic City” after turnaround projects beginning in the early 2000s. However, many home and business owners feel that Chattanooga is on the downslide due to increased littering, panhandling and homelessness.

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