Employees with the Chattanooga Fire Department and Chattanooga Police Department gather in the back of the room to hear a meeting held by mayor-appointed fire and police pension task force to discuss possible changes to the police and firefighter pensions at the downtown Public Library on Monday.
Employees with the Chattanooga Fire Department and Chattanooga Police Department gather in the back of the room to hear a meeting held by mayor-appointed fire and police pension task force to discuss possible changes to the police and firefighter pensions at the downtown Public Library on Monday.
Photo by Maura Friedman .
published Monday, October 28th, 2013
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