Hamilton County Commission Plans For Legal Action Against Mayor In Wamp-Taylor Dispute

On Wednesday A Resolution Was Passed By The County Commission Telling Attorney John Konvalinka To Take Legal Action Against The County Mayor In The Instance That The Weston Wamp-Rheubin Taylor Dispute Is Not Settled By Today, Friday, November 18th At Noon.

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Hamilton County Mayor Questioned On Usage Of Taxpayer Dollars For Legal Fees To Oust County Attorney

Some Hamilton County Commissioners Showed Concern That Mayor Weston Wamp Has Yet To Return County Attorney Rheubin Taylor’s Computer Or Cell Phone Despite A Commission Resolution Commanding Him To Do So, As He Continues To Rack Up Quite The Bill In Legal Fees Over The Matter.

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Hamilton County Mayor Continues Feud With County Commission

The Battle Rages Between Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp And The Hamilton County Commission Regarding The Mayor’s Attempt To Fire County Attorney Rheubin Taylor And The Commission’s Consideration Of A Civil Service System For The County Government.

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Mayor Wamp Warns Against Civil Service In Hamilton County

In His Monday Talk With Republican Organization The Pachyderm Club, Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp Issued A Warning Against Creating A Civil Service System For County Employees.

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Hamilton County Mayor Explains Why County Attorney Was Fired

County Attorney Rheubin Taylor Has Been Fired And Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp Explained That Taylor Was The Only Department Head Mentioned By His Legal Advisors When Changes Were Being Recommended As He Prepared To Take Office.

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Woke Chattanooga Chamber President And CEO Accepts New Job in Oklahoma City

Christy Gillenwater Has Been A Continual Source Of Contention In Her Five Years As President And CEO Of The Chattanooga Area Chamber Of Commerce, But She Is Now Moving To Oklahoma City For A Similar Position.

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Hamilton County Commission Appropriates $70K For “Restorative Justice” In Hamilton County Schools

Last Week, Hamilton County Commissioners Voted To Appropriate $70 Thousand To “Address Discipline Disparities And Aid Implementation Of Restorative Practices In Local Schools.”

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