Habitat For Humanity Hires Director Of Volunteers, Sponsorships

Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Dominique Brandt
Dominique Brandt
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area has named Dominique Brandt the director of Volunteers, Sponsorships and Events.
 
Prior to relocating to the Chattanooga area to accept this position, Ms. Brandt most recently served for more than five years as the director of Volunteers and Special Events at the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami.
 
"We have been working toward building a stronger network of volunteers and corporate partners so we can further expand opportunities of homeownership to more families in the greater Chattanooga area," said Ethan Collier, board chairman of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area and president and CEO of Collier Construction.
  "Dominique’s experiences, expertise and institutional knowledge will undoubtedly strengthen our efforts and help us to further our mission. We are thrilled to have her as a part of our team.”


6 New Agents Join Exit Realty

EXIT Realty Scenic City in Chattanooga on Wednesday announced the addition of six new agents in 2016 to its team of real estate professionals. "We’re excited to welcome Brett Rucker, Michael Jackson, Haley Smith, Carolyn Boyd, Julie Marr, and Sharon Talley to EXIT Realty," said Katherine Woodburn, franchise owner of EXIT Realty Scenic City. "EXIT is growing and attracting quality ... (click for more)

Mike Croxall: Preparing To Buy In 2017

If you are like hundreds of other Greater Chattanooga families, then 2017 is the year you’ve decided to purchase a new home. Whether as a first-time or move-up buyer, it’s wise to start preparing now. Following a few simple tips will help put you in a better position to find a home that’s right for you. Prioritize Your Must-Haves First-time home buyers should take the ... (click for more)

Man With Gun Runs From Police At Hamilton Place Mall; Pushes Shoppers Out Of The Way

A man who was found to be armed with a handgun was chased by police early Saturday afternoon. He pushed shoppers out of the way during the pursuit, which included racing down an escalator.   Erwin J. Rogers, 22, of 6111 Nottingham Dr., is facing multiple charges.    Around 1:50 p.m., Chattanooga Police officers working at the Hamilton Place Mall ... (click for more)

Arrest Made In Sunday Night Murder In LaFayette

An arrest has been made in a murder in LaFayette, Ga., on Sunday night. The Walker County Sheriff's Office and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are investigating thehomicide that was reported to the Sheriff's Office at about  7:25 p.m.   Law enforcement officers, Walker County Emergency Services and the coroner worked the crime scene on Wheeler Road ... (click for more)

The Tax Assessor's Sneak Attack On Dual Taxpayers

State law requires a reappraisal of properties every four years. The Tax Assessor's Office has always been responsible for that task. A state law was passed several years ago that allows the cost to shift to individual towns and cities that lie within Hamilton County. Just because the tax assessor can legally abuse dual city/county taxpaying property owners doesn't mean he should. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Sleep, Kelly’s On Watch

As the most intense week begins in President-elect Donald’s Trump’s ascent to become the most powerful man in the world, it is now strikingly obvious he has surrounded himself with the greatest collection of leaders to ever fill a Presidential cabinet. Each is a proven winner, be it in business, the military, or national affairs. Last week a confirmation hearing were heard for ... (click for more)