Chattanooga City CFO Retires, Replaced By Kelly’s Chief Of Staff

Daisy Madison, The City’s Longtime Chief Financial Officer, Will Conclude Her Career At City Hall This Year As She Begins Her Transition Into Retirement. She Will Be Replaced By The Current Chief Of Staff From The Office Of Mayor Kelly, Brent Goldberg.

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State Lawmaker To Press For Law Banning V@x Mandates By Employers

State Senator Frank Niceley Of Strawberry Plains Says He Plans To Use The Special Legislative Session Planned By Republican Senate And House Members To Press Legislators To Pass A Law That Would Ban Businesses From Making Covid-19 Vaccination A Condition Of Employment.

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Kelly Announces Timeline & Community Meetings To Select Chattanooga’s Next Police Chief

Mayor Tim Kelly Announced On Thursday The Timeline To Select Chattanooga’s Next Police Chief, And Started Gathering Community Input As Part Of A Process That Will Include A Series Of Community Meetings To Drive Accountability And Transparency.

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Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum Celebrates 60 Years Of Preserving Railroad History

The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum (TVRM) Has Been Preserving Railroad History Since 1961, And This Month, It Is Kicking Off A Year-Long Celebration That Will Highlight The Museum’s 60-Year Heritage With Two Weekends Of Special Events And Displays.

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Chattanooga Motorcar Festival Culmination of Coker’s Automotive Passion

Chattanooga Sees The Return Of The Wildly Successful Chattanooga Motorcar Festival October 15th – 17th Benefitting Neuroscience Innovation Foundation And CHI Memorial Neuroscience Center Through Fifty Plus Foundation, Inc. Which Has Been Raising Money For Alzheimer’s Research For More Than 10 Years.

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Federal Workers In Chattanooga Face Mandate Deadline In Early November

With President Biden Signing Executive Order (EO) 14043, Federal Workers In Chattanooga, Including All TVA Personnel, Are Facing Having To Get Fully Vaccinated By November 22nd Or Finding A New Job.

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Nearly 300 TN Businesses Awarded $310M In Shuttered Venue Grants

For 299 Venues And Businesses Across Tennessee, The Federal Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Paid Out As Much As $10 Million Per Business.

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Blood Donors Urgently Needed This Fall

The Blood Supply In The United States Is Dangerously Low – An Uncommon Occurrence For This Time Of Year. Collection Challenges Have Disrupted The Nation’s Blood Supply, Resulting In Concerningly Low Inventories Of Life-Saving Blood Products Across The Country For Patients In Need.

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