Recusal History

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Attorney Stuart James demands that Election Commissioner Tommy Crangle recuse himself from the Election Commission during the vote to determine if Councilman Chris Anderson's recall petition will stand. I find it highly amusing to demand that he recuse himself when Councilman Anderson refused to recuse himself in the vote on the Domestic Partners Benefits.

I know Chris said he would not seek the benefits, but his refusal to recuse himself from a vote that he could personally benefit from says a lot.

Then to demand someone else do what he wouldn't says even more.

Tim Giorando


Please Give A Teacher The Pat On The Back They Deserve

   I'd like to start off by introducing myself to my District 1 constituents. I'm Jason Moses, and I would love to earn your vote. I hope you feel, like so many others, that I'm the best candidate to replace our current school board representative. There are currently three of us running for District 1 school board representative. I'm the best choice to to represent us ... (click for more)

Gays, Transgenders, And The Bible

I was baptized as a young child in the Universalist Church,  now the Unitarian. My family, both sides, are Methodist going back to the 1800's. I was married in the Episcopal Church. I thought seriously about becoming a Catholic or even a Jew but felt too old to go through all the training. The religious intolerance I heard and read seems to reside mostly in the South. ... (click for more)

Cleveland City Schools Announces 5 Finalists For Director Of Schools

The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education announced the five finalists for the director of schools position.   The community is invited to attend the Board of Education interview session each day 6-8 p.m. at Mayfield Elementary School, 501 20 th Street NE, Cleveland. A complete schedule is attached.   Candidates:   Wednesday, ... (click for more)

Expansion By Developers Of McCallie Commons Would Raze 3 Old Houses On Oak Street

Developers of the McCallie Commons student housing at McCallie and Central are wanting to expand the project, but it would involve tearing down three old homes on Oak Street. The proposal from developer David Hudson would be an expansion of the four-story apartment building and separate parking garage with 300 parking spaces proposed that was approved earlier. The original ... (click for more)

Chattanooga FC Hosts Inter-Squad Scrimmage Saturday

Chattanooga FC will hold an Inter-squad match Saturday, May 7th, 7:00pm at Finley Stadium. The event is open to the public and free for all who attend.  The 2016 roster is set! The Inter-squad match will be the first chance for fans to see their CFC team in action. After the game, everyone will have the opportunity to get autographs, take photos, and talk with players, ... (click for more)

Baylor's Kayla Hughes Named FCA Christian Athlete Of The Year

Baylor School softball star, Kayla Hughes, was named the Greater Chattanooga FCA’s Christian Athlete of the Year at the ministry’s annual Day of Champions Sunday afternoon at Ridgedale Baptist Church.  Hughes, who will continue her softball career at Tennessee Tech, was chosen from among twelve high school FCA senior leaders nominated by area schools.  This is the 53rd ... (click for more)