CHA Announces Availability Of 2020 Annual Plan And 5-Year Agency Plans; Public Invited To Submit Comments

Tuesday, August 6, 2019
The Chattanooga Housing Authority is making its proposed 2020 Annual Agency Plan and its Five-Year Agency Plan available beginning Wednesday at 4 p.m. at the CHA Central Office, 801 North Holtzclaw Ave., as well as on their website.

The CHA is accepting written comments from the community at large about any facet of the plans.  Written comments may be mailed to the  Chattanooga Housing Authority Executive Office, 801 North Holtzclaw Ave., Chattanooga, TN 37404, Attn: Annual Plan Comment.  Comments may also be emailed to Ed@CHAHousing.org.
Written comments will be accepted through Sept. 20.

Copies of the plans will also be available for review at all CHA development offices, the Office of the Mayor of Chattanooga, the City of Chattanooga Office of Economic & Community Development and the Bicentennial Library.  

A public hearing will be held with the CHA’s Board of Commissioners on Sept. 24 at 12:30 p.m. at the CHA’s Central Office, 801 North Holtzclaw Ave. Upon adoption by the CHA Board of Commissioners, the agency plans will serve as a business plan for all facets of CHA operations and policy.

Agency Executive Director Betsy McCright said, “A great deal of effort has been put into making plans that will continue the important work of the Chattanooga Housing Authority. We are confident that strategic direction we’re undertaking is one that will serve our residents and the community over the next five years and look forward to receiving input from the public.”

For additional information, contact the CHA by calling 423-785-8394.  Individuals requiring assistance due to special needs or language barriers should provide one week’s notice by contacting the Chattanooga Housing Authority at  423-785-8394 or TN Relay Services number: 711.

Former Food Lion On Wilcox Boulevard Being Redeveloped As Foxwood Plaza

Soddy Daisy Healthcare Center Sells For $16.4 Million

Real Estate Transfers For Sept. 26-Oct. 2


The former Food Lion at 3215 Wilcox Boulevard is being redeveloped as Foxwood Plaza. The project by Pointe Commercial Real Estate includes spaces ranging from 1,500 square feet to 26,752 square ... (click for more)

The Soddy Daisy Healthcare Center has sold for $16,412,500. The skilled care nursing home is located at 701 Sequoyah Road. The sale was to 701 Sequoyah Road Property Investment Llc from ... (click for more)

NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register’s Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register’s Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. For questions regarding ... (click for more)


Real Estate

Former Food Lion On Wilcox Boulevard Being Redeveloped As Foxwood Plaza

The former Food Lion at 3215 Wilcox Boulevard is being redeveloped as Foxwood Plaza. The project by Pointe Commercial Real Estate includes spaces ranging from 1,500 square feet to 26,752 square feet. Design on the project is by Artech. (click for more)

Soddy Daisy Healthcare Center Sells For $16.4 Million

The Soddy Daisy Healthcare Center has sold for $16,412,500. The skilled care nursing home is located at 701 Sequoyah Road. The sale was to 701 Sequoyah Road Property Investment Llc from Eclipse Grace Sequoyah Road Llc. (click for more)

Breaking News

Thurman Says Discipline Real Problem In County Schools; Johnson Says His Focus Is Academic Improvement

County School Board member Rhonda Thurman said Monday that teachers are quitting the county schools because they face attacks from unruly students and they don't get backing from the administration. Supt. Bryan Johnson said, "We absolutely have challenges," but he said he puts his focus on academic improvement. He said a disciplinary committee meeting took two hours, and he would ... (click for more)

Eyewitness Account Given Of Murder Of Tracy Calloway, Though 4 Defendants Tried To Waive Hearing

An expressive witness, general disorder, and a circus-like atmosphere defined a preliminary hearing involving four men accused of the July murder of Tracy Calloway. On July 21, Antonio Watkins, 25; Prandel Reid Jr., 27, Gary Cross, 23, and Jamichael Smith, 26, allegedly drove up to Mr. Calloway’s residence and began shooting. Calloway, who was located in a white car parked in ... (click for more)

Opinion

Would Foreign Teachers Make Better Instructors For Inner-City Students? - And Response

It seems a week doesn't go by, sometimes more in one week, without Roy or someone writing some coded messages denigrating inner-city schools and the students (using another code-hint hint) that attend inner-city schools. Which reminded me of something from decades ago about teachers from foreign countries perhaps making better instructors for inner city students. At least those ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Let’s Start With Truth

By all accounts the public schools in Chattanooga and Hamilton County are far from what the average taxpayer would want them to be. Our schools are our number one priorities, this easily reflected by the fact they now receive over 60 percent of the total county budget -- the most money ever allocated to public education in history -- and the unbridled desire of our booming area ... (click for more)