Walker County Chamber Calendar Of Events

Monday, November 25, 2013

Here is the upcoming Walker County Chamber of Commerce calendar of events:

Nov. 28 and 29: Chamber Offices Closed in Observance of Thanksgiving Holiday

Dec. 3: Governance Committee Meeting

Dec. 3: One- Walker Initial Meeting

Dec. 4: Ambassador Committee Meeting

Dec. 10: Membership Luncheon - Christmas Clause for a Cause benefiting the Stocking Full of Love  

Dec. 12: Executive Board Meeting

Dec. 12: Young Professionals After Hours

Dec.

17: Adult Leadership Walker County - Social Services Day

Dec. 25 and 26: Chamber Offices Closed in Observance of Christmas Holiday 

Jan. 1: Chamber Offices Closed in Observance of New Year's Day

Jan. 8: Ambassador Committee Meeting

Jan. 9: Redmond Wellness Center at Roper Ribbon Cutting

Jan. 14: Executive Board Meeting

Jan. 14: Adult Leadership Walker County- Business & Industry

Jan. 20: Chamber Offices Closed in Observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Jan. 21: General Board of Directors Meeting

Jan. 23: Annual Membership Dinner


Michael Williams Has Law License Suspended

Michael Gregory Williams, of Hamilton County, was suspended from the practice of law on Thursday by Order of the Tennessee Supreme Court for four years.  The suspension will begin on Nov. 9. A Petition for Discipline was filed on Oct. 30, 2013, alleging that Mr. Williams had misappropriated funds from an estate for which he had been appointed administrator and had failed ... (click for more)

Browns Ferry Unit 1 Completes Refueling, Back Online

The Unit 1 reactor at the TVA’s Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant returned to service at 8:16 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, following the successful completion of a planned refueling and maintenance outage.  Plant operators will be raising power over the next several days until the unit once again achieves full power. “The Browns Ferry team worked hard to refuel and prepare Unit 1 for ... (click for more)

Downtown Chattanooga Apartment Complex That Brought $3 Million Profit Exempt From Most Taxes Until 2022 Under PILOT

A downtown Chattanooga apartment complex that recently was sold at a $3 million profit is exempt from most property taxes through 2022 under a PILOT (payment in lieu of taxes) agreement.   No payment of school taxes was included in the deal for Walnut Commons at Walnut Street and Aquarium Way.   The only taxes due on the property for the next eight ... (click for more)

Chickamauga Lock To Reopen As Soon As Next Thursday

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District  plans to reopen Chickamauga Lock to all navigation traffic as early as next Thursday. An inspection of the upper gate anchorage and a repair plan were completed today. Chickamauga Lock closed on Monday after a routine inspection revealed a crack in the anchorage of the upper gate. Lt. Col. John Hudson, commander ... (click for more)

A Vote For Education Is Critical In Tennessee

In a state where just 28 percent of eighth graders are proficient in math and 33 percent are proficient in reading according to national assessments, education is deserving of more attention in 2014 elections. Across the country, more parents are making informed decisions about their child’s education, but for Volunteer State parents without resources, choices are difficult to come ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Saban: ‘Ratings Don’t Matter’

When the first College Football Playoff rankings were released earlier this week, Alabama football coach Nick Saban got it right on the button when he shrugged, “I don't even care, to be honest with you." "To me, none of it matters, What does it matter?” he laughed at the Tide’s No. 6 ranking. “I mean, it only matters where you end up at the end. So what matters to us is how ... (click for more)