Unlike the vague speeches and interviews that defined his campaign, Mayor-elect Andy Berke now is drilling down to specifics.
Peter Murphy took his fight to keep his District 9 Chattanooga City Council seat to court Thursday, asking a Hamilton County Chancery Court judge to order a runoff.
Councilman Peter Murphy said Tuesday that he and a band of District 9 residents plan on filing a lawsuit to force a runoff election. He just doesn't know when.
The Chattanooga City Council voted 9-0 on first reading to approve an ordinance making food trucks and trailers permanent fixtures on downtown city streets.
Every vote counts. And in the contest for the Chattanooga City Council District 9 seat, even a percentage of a vote counted.
Chattanooga Mayor-elect Andy Berke will hold the first of a series of forums seeking public input on city issues on March 21.
NASHVILLE — While his legislation on regional and wastewater authorities is going nowhere at the state Capitol, outgoing Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield said it won't affect the Moccasin Bend Clean Water Authority, which he set up to take control of the city's sewer and stormwater programs.
Two-term Mayor Ron Littlefield sat in the front row of a newly revamped Memorial Auditorium theater that was almost three-fourths empty.
Mayor-elect Andy Berke announced his transition team Thursday morning.
Crime, government spending and jobs are chief concerns for District 8 residents, said City Councilman Andraé McGary
NASHVILLE — Stunned lobbyists for Tennessee cities are trying to regroup after Rep. Mike Carter's bill upending the state's 15-year-old urban growth boundary law barreled through the House Local Government Committee on Tuesday despite their concerns.
Mayor Ron Littlefield's administration should explain why a new position in the 311 department is necessary, Councilwoman Deborah Scott said Tuesday.
Political campaigning entered the City Council meeting Tuesday night when a council candidate accused a councilman of a possible conflict of interest.
The company handling the processing of sewer bills for Chattanooga, Rossville and the Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority has made some concessions with pricing.
The Chattanooga City Council voted 7-2 Tuesday night to hire a consultant for $100,000 to help create the Moccasin Bend Cleanwater Authority.