More Money Has Been Spent On Firing Range Than Erlanger

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Re:  County Commissioners Want Answers On Major Cost Increase For Police Firing Range

The article in Chattanoogan.com started with saying that County Commissioners want to know why they should put $550,000 more into the police firing range. The city and county have each spent $1.5 million on the firing range so far. 

I just want to make sure folks notice that there has already been 1.5 million more dollars spent on the police firing range than has put spent by the city for Erlanger Hospital.

And, if the county agrees to pay $550,000 more into the police firing range, that will be half a million more than has been committed to Erlanger Hospital.

Cindy Schultz Rudolph

The Real King Makers Are On The Fairbanks Side

I read a recent letter from Roy Burrage on the Chattanoogan bemoaning campaign cash that was his fourth hit piece on the Chattanoogan about Rhonda Thurman.  I think that shows he has some personal vendetta against Ms. Thurman.    In any event, in this hit piece the writer told several blatant lies. We all know Roy has a flair for the dramatic so that in itself ... (click for more)

Patsy Hazlewood Supports 2nd Amendment Rights - And Response

As a District 27 voter I am supporting Patsy Hazlewood for state representative because I know she will protect our second amendment rights in Tennessee.  Patsy fully supports the Tennessee laws which do not impede the right to carry arms.  I recently heard Patsy speak and she very clearly said, under no circumstance would she vote in opposition to the second amendment ... (click for more)

EPB Says It Did Not Overbill The City; Says City Got $685,877 Break

EPB officials said Tuesday that an exhaustive audit of its street light contract with the city showed that it did not overbill the city. Instead, it said it found that the city was underbilled $685,877. EPB said it only goes back one year on errors so the amount owed by the city would be $178,314. Officials said that would be discussed with the city. Stan Sewell, the city's ... (click for more)

History Center Gets $400,000 Grant From National Endowment For The Humanities

The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded grants totaling more than $800,000 to three Tennessee projects that aim to display and preserve historical materials. Winning grants Monday included the Chattanooga History Center, which will get $400,000 to install a permanent, multimedia exhibit on the history of Chattanooga. The University of Tennessee-Knoxville will ... (click for more)

Vols Open 2018 Season Against West Virginia In Charlotte

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.   – The Charlotte Sports Foundation announced Tuesday that the Tennessee Volunteers will open the 2018 season on September 1 against the West Virginia Mountaineers at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, home of the NFL's Carolina Panthers. All information related to kickoff date, time and tickets will be announced at ... (click for more)

Local Swimmers Excel At Georgia, Tennessee State Meets

Several Chattanooga-area swimmers had successful weekends in various meets this past weekend. The McCallie/GPS Aquatics team finished sixth out of 50 teams at the Southeastern Swimming Championship in Knoxville while swimmers from Fort Oglethorpe and Ringgold also had memorable performances at the Georgia State Meet, also held last weekend. The McCallie/GPS team recorded ... (click for more)