Mayor Kelly Disregards City Ordinances While Turning Chattanooga Into Homeless Magnet

The Decision To Create A Sanctioned Homeless Encampment In Chattanooga Comes On The Heels Of The City’s Poor Record Of Enforcing Existing Ordinances Regarding Panhandling, Trespassing, Loitering And Littering.

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Bill Regulating Homeless Encampments On Public Property Becomes Law Without Governor’s Signature

Legislation That Would Make Camping On Tennessee Public Property A Misdemeanor Is Became Law Last Week Without Governor Bill Lee’s Signature. The New Law Will Go Into Effect July 1st, 2022.

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House And Senate Pass Bill To Regulate Homeless Encampments On Public Property (Update 4.22.22)

Legislation That Would Make Camping On Tennessee Public Property A Misdemeanor Offense Has Passed Both The House And The Senate.

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Lewis & Abernathy On Homelessness, Common Law Marriage And The End Of Title 42 Border Policy

Brandon Lewis Joins The Alex Abernathy Podcast To Discuss Legislation Working Its Way Through The Tennessee General Assembly Regarding Making Camping On Public Property A Misdemeanor In The State And How When Leaders Do Not Enforce Laws, It Leads To A Lower Quality Of Living For All.

They Also Discuss The Common Law Marriage Bill And How The End Of The Title 42 Border Policy Will Create An Increased Influx Of Illegal Aliens Across The Border And Into Tennessee; Worsened By The Fact That The General Assembly Has Refused To Pass Any Meaningful Legislation To Curb Illegal Immigration Into The State.

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Chattanooga 11th Street Homeless Encampment Individuals To Be Relocated

The City Of Chattanooga’s Department Of Homelessness And Supportive Housing Is Working Alongside Its Partners To Offer Alternative Housing Arrangements To Residents Of Homeless Encampments On Properties Leased By The City And Owned By Norfolk Southern.

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Mayor Kelly’s East Ridge Land Sale Potentially A Conflict Of Interest

An Independent Enquiry Into The Sale Of An East Ridge Property By Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Will Be Conducted By Chattanooga’s Office Of Internal Audit With An Eye On Any Possible Conflicts Of Interest.

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Critics Claim New Chattanooga Ordinance Will Punish Homeless Individuals

The Chattanooga City Council Passed A New Ordinance On Tuesday That Will Help Put A Stop To Vandalism Across The City. The Ordinance Specifically Makes It Illegal To Place Any Sort Of Building Or Structure Or To Build A Fire On Any Portion Of A City Bridge, Culvert, Or Street.

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