Left-Wing Chattanooga Activist Loses City Council Race By 70 Votes

Yesterday, District 8 Voters In Chattanooga Decided Whether Activist Marie Mott Or Marvene Noel Should Represent Them On The Chattanooga City Council. In The Runoff Election, The Final Vote Count Came In With Noel Receiving 400 Votes And Mott Receiving 330.

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Chattanooga Requests Coordination With Bus Company Dropping Off Immigrants So The City Can Accommodate Their Needs

Despite Previous Reports That Buses Carrying Illegal Aliens From Texas To D.C. Would No Longer Be Making Stops In Chattanooga, A Conversation With A Representative Of The Chattanooga Mayor’s Office Has Revealed Those Reports Were Not Accurate.

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Buses Carrying Illegal Aliens From Texas To D.C. Will No Longer Stop In Chattanooga

Earlier This Week, We Reported That Buses Loaded With Immigrants Originating From The Border In Texas Were Making Pit Stops In Chattanooga On Their Journey To D.C. Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly States That The Buses Have Now Changed Their Route And Will No Longer Be Stopping In Chattanooga.

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Chattanooga Is A Pit Stop For Illegal Aliens Being Transported From Texas To D.C.

Reports Indicate That Recent Sightings Of Busloads Of Immigrants In The Chattanooga Area Are Pit Stops On Their Way From Texas To Washington D.C. However, It Is Possible That All Of These ‘Migrants’ Are Not Making The Trip All The Way To The Nation’s Capital.

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Chattanooga Approves $79.5M Baseball Stadium Despite Economic Questions Over Financing

Chattanooga Will Be Getting A New Baseball Stadium And City Officials Have Called The Project A “Home Run For The Community” Despite Economists’ Questions On The Numbers Touted By Stadium Supporters.

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Experts Cast Doubt On Economic Claims Related To New Publicly Funded Chattanooga Baseball Stadium

Sports Economists And A Tennessee Think Tank Say That A New $79.5 Million Stadium Funded Mainly Through Tax Money Is Another Example Of A Publicly Funded Sports Stadium That Will Fall Short Of Its Economic Promises.

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Chattanooga City Council Unanimously Approves Mayor Kelly’s Budget

The Chattanooga City Council On Tuesday Approved Mayor Tim Kelly’s One Chattanooga Budget On Second Reading, With $10 Million In Additional Road Paving, $33 Million Toward Affordable Housing, And $2 Million Toward Homelessness Prevention And Rehousing Efforts — With No Tax Increase.

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The Truth About Chattanooga Shootings, TVA Wokeness & TN “Tax Breaks” Discussed By Lewis & Abernathy

Chattanoogan and founder of The Tennessee Conservative, Brandon Lewis, joins the Alex Abernathy Show to speak the truth, that you won’t see in the mainstream media headlines, about the plague of shootings in Chattanooga and how it could be remedied by the City adopting the “Broken Window Doctrine.”

They also discuss the Pride Month promotions posted by countless companies and organizations in the Volunteer State that are very much out-of-step with the majority of Tennesseans.

And in closing, they discuss the Tennessee tax cuts being celebrated by the state’s Republican leadership that many consider to be too stingy considering the state’s coffers are filled with the biggest surplus in the Volunteer State’s History.

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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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