In Yesterday’s Hamilton County Commission Meeting, The Commission Unanimously Approved A Resolution That Authorizes Mayor Coppinger To Apply To The Tennessee Department Of Transportation And Accept A Litter Prevention And Trash Collection Grant.Read more
The new app is called “My Chattanooga,” was designed to replace the current “Chatt311” app.
According to Team311, the new app improves usability, communication, and “ensures citizens have access to the latest and greatest the City has to offer.”
Since The Onset Of The Pandemic, The Accumulation Of Litter Has Become A Significant Problem In The Scenic City But Things Are Starting To Look Hopeful Due To The Revitalized Efforts Of The Chattanooga Department Of Public Works.Read more
The Chattanooga City Council Has Presented Their Recommendations For The Focus Of 2022 City Budgeting. Some Of The Main Action Items For Almost Every District Included Road Maintenance, Speed Calming Efforts, Litter Pickup, Homelessness, Business Recruitment, More Jobs, Workforce Development, And Equity.Read more
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.Read more