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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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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Chattanooga City Council Passes Mayor Kelly’s First Budget

Last Night, September 28th, The Chattanooga City Council Unanimously Voted To Approve Mayor Tim Kelly’s First Proposed Capital And Operating Budgets For Fiscal Year 2021-2022.

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Public Hearing Set For Chattanooga Property Tax Increase

A Certified Tax Rate Public Hearing Will Take Place On September 28th In The Chattanooga City Council Assembly Room From 3:00-5:00 PM EDT For In-Person Speakers Followed By A Session For Zoom Only Speakers From 6:00-8:00PM EDT.

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Former Chattanooga COO Appointed To Metro Nashville Schools COO Role

Maura Sullivan Will Serve As The Newly Redefined Chief Operating Officer For Metro Schools After Serving For More Than Five Years In The COO Position For The City Of Chattanooga For Former Mayor Andy Berke.

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Rampant Vagrancy Damages Chattanooga Business & Quality of Life

Chattanooga Residents Are Very Concerned About The People Living Underneath The South End Of The Veterans Bridge (3rd Street Overpass) And The Problems The Homeless Individuals Are Causing Throughout The Area.

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Mayor Kelly To Order City Hall Meetings To Virtual / Hybrid Format

Today, August 13, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Is Slated To Issue An Executive Order That Will Require All Meetings Inside The Chattanooga City Hall To Return To A Virtual Format.

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