National Speakers To Address Critical Race Theory Taught in Williamson County Schools – May 18, 2021 News Break

1) National Speakers To Address Critical Race Theory Taught in Williamson County Schools
2) National Gun Policy Group Sues Tennessee Over New Handgun Law
3) Amount Of Fentanyl Seized At Southern Border Could Kill Every Person In New York
4) Chattanooga Tax Payers To Get Strapped With $690K Bill For Juneteenth “Day Off” For City Workers

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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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Council Unveils 2022 Chattanooga City Budget Recommendations

The Chattanooga City Council Has Presented Their Recommendations For The Focus Of 2022 City Budgeting. Some Of The Main Action Items For Almost Every District Included Road Maintenance, Speed Calming Efforts, Litter Pickup, Homelessness, Business Recruitment, More Jobs, Workforce Development, And Equity.

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City Council Approves New Distribution Plan For $800,000 In COVID Relief Funds

During a Special Agenda Session of the City Council yesterday evening, the Chattanooga City Council approved a plan for the distribution of the remainder of the COVID Relief Funds provided by the CARES Act, but it has taken several months to reach this goal.

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New Plan Approved To Give City Employees One Time Bonus

The Chattanooga City Council has approved a budget amendment that guarantees all city employees get a one time bonus before Christmas. However, any discussion of relief funding for local small businesses has been pushed to next year.

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