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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Chattanoogans Embarrassed By Interstate Trash “Blame Game”

While Chattanoogans Are Mortified By The Appearance Of The “Scenic City’s” Interstates Compared To Neighboring Cleveland, Getting An Answer As To Why State And Local Governments Are Failing At Trash Pick-up Responsibilities Is Very Difficult.

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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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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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City Council: Emergency Funds, Budgets, Salaries & Resident’s Questions

Coverage of the Chattanooga City Council Meeting from Tuesday, Nov.10.

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