City Internal Auditor Stan Sewell told City Council members on Tuesday that EPB and the city are "close" on the amount owed by the utility to the city on street light overbilling. Mr. Sewell said the city computed the amount at about $1.2 million, while he said EPB's auditing firm, Mauldin and Jenkins, has it at $1.5 million for an 89-month period that was audited. Mr. Sewell indicated he was not convinced that the city owes EPB certain ... (click for more)
The City Council voted Tuesday night 5-4 to set up a new process for naming members to the Industrial Development Board (IDB), which currently has four vacancies. The process includes three City Council panels: A (Districts 1, 2, 3), B (Districts 4, 5, 6), and C (Districts 7, 8, ... (click for more)
A number of arrests were made Monday when Chattanooga Police showed up on the scene of a burglary in progress in St. Elmo. Officers responded at approximately 12 p.m. to 5208 Sunnyside Dr. Upon arrival officers were informed to be on the lookout for a brown ... (click for more)
September 17, 2014
A clerk at the Kangaroo Express on Shallowford Road said a man paid for his gas, but he was busy talking on his cell phone and he left without pumping it. An alert follow-up customer got the ... (click for more)
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The new Red Bank zoning ordinance is ready for review, City Manager Randall Smith said Tuesday night. It can be seen on www.redbanktn.gov and the link to zoning regulations. ... (click for more)
Will taking dirt from Camp Jordan for the Bass Pro Shop development wind up causing more flooding at Camp Jordan?