Rampant Vagrancy Damages Chattanooga Business & Quality of Life

Chattanooga Residents Are Very Concerned About The People Living Underneath The South End Of The Veterans Bridge (3rd Street Overpass) And The Problems The Homeless Individuals Are Causing Throughout The Area.

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Panhandler’s Paradise: Records Reveal Chattanooga Police Refuse to Enforce Laws

Revealed In Documents Received By The Tennessee Conservative In A Recent Open Records Request, Despite Numerous And Ongoing Panhandling Violations In Chattanooga, There Have Only Been Two Tickets Issued This Year By Law Enforcement.

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Chattanooga Taxpayers Get Strapped With $690K Bill For Juneteenth “Day Off” For City Workers

During The Chattanooga City Council Meeting On May 11, The Council Voted On An Ordinance To Approve An Amendment To The City Code To Allow For June 19th of Each Year To Be A Paid Holiday For City Employees.

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Chattanooga Tax Payers Could Get $690,000 Bill for Juneteenth “Day Off” For City Workers

In The Strategic Planning Meeting On Tuesday, March 23rd, The Chattanooga City Council Discussed Adding Juneteenth As A Holiday For City Employees And The Budgetary Implications Thereof.

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Chattanooga Mayoral & City Council Election Results; Runoff Election Will Proceed

Chattanoogans Took To The Polls Yesterday To Select Their New City Mayor And City Council Members. With The Top Two Mayoral Candidates, Tim Kelly And Kim White Receiving 30% And 29% Of The Votes Respectively, A Runoff Election Will Take Place On April 13th.

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Litter Collection Picking Up In Chattanooga

Since The Onset Of The Pandemic, The Accumulation Of Litter Has Become A Significant Problem In The Scenic City But Things Are Starting To Look Hopeful Due To The Revitalized Efforts Of The Chattanooga Department Of Public Works.

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Council Determines Panhandling, Littering Problems Caused By Lack of Enforcement, Implementation Of Ordinances

A Chattanooga City Council meeting uncovered that the problem with litter is not about the City’s litter policy itself. It’s about policy enforcement, the implementation of ordinances and the coronavirus.

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Is The Lack Of Affordable Housing In Chattanooga The Primary Driver For Homelessness?

“The common denominator with this issue that we are faced with is the monopolization of the rental market in Chattanooga by Property Management companies, LLCs and the demanding requirements that low-income individuals cannot meet.”

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Chattanoogans Fearful To Speak Out Against City’s Discriminatory Hiring Plan

New Plan has goal of awarding more City business based upon the race or gender of the business owner. Many local contractors feel that using race and gender as a determining factor for hiring is the very definition of racism and/or sexism.

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