Announcements

SEEKING COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

A Chattanooga based food truck business is interested in leasing space to permanently park the food truck. This would be a great opportunity for an existing business to generate additional visibility and income. Requirements for the space include enough parking lot space for the truck and customer parking, onsite restrooms (for employees only), space for 2-3 picnic tables, and the ability to run power to the truck.

If you have property and are interested in earning additional income, please reach out to contact.us@gratemelts.com or 423-605-7302.

Cemetery Lots

HAMILTON MEMORIAL GARDENS BURIAL PLOT

Hamilton Memorial Gardens
Chattanooga, Tn.
One adult entombment burial plot
Garden of The Old Rugged Cross
Crypt #5-D, 4
$1,000
Deed transfer fee $250

email: sdburns86@gmail.com
call 423-304-8345

LAKEWOOD MEMORIAL GARDENS - EAST

4 plots in Garden of the Good Shepherd area. Section 9, Lots 99-1-4. Will sell in lots of 2 or 4. $4,000 for 2 or $3,500 for all 4. Owner will pay transfer fees and grave spaces available for immediate need.
Phyllis Horten - (423) 580-2931

Help Wanted

CAFETERIA MANAGER - BELVOIR CHRISTIAN ACADEMUY

Belvoir Christian Academy is seeking a Cafeteria Manager. Duties include ordering food, preparing/serving lunch, creating menus, managing lunch accounts and maintaining kitchen equipment. Cooking and administrative experience preferred. Christ-centered and loving approach to serving children required. Download application at BCALIONS.org.

Legal Notices

CHATTANOOGA STATE SEEKING BIDS

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Chattanooga State Community College is seeking bids to rent instructional space for its Commercial Truck Driving Program beginning Oct. 1 (projected). This space would be leased through Sept. 30, 2025 with two, five year renewal options and may include a lease-purchase option. No security deposit shall be required of the College and taxes and insurance are to be paid by landlord.

The building must be zoned for warehouse/commercial use with a minimum of 3,000 square feet. The space must be conditioned and include separate accessible restrooms. Square footage minimums: four offices-each with 110 square feet, one file room-110 square feet, one classroom-600 square feet, and one break room-425 square feet. If the space is not ready to occupy by Oct. 1, a schedule outlining when required improvements would be completed, or when the space would be available for the College to make improvements must be stated. If the College completes the improvements, bid options should be adjusted accordingly.

Additional requirements include a minimum of two acres of flat land with a paved lot or the ability to add improvements such as paving or concrete, and lighting for night operations or with the ability to add additional lighting. Chattanooga State requires unlimited access to the space and building 24-hours per day, seven-days per week, and claims exclusive rights to use the premises for any need associated with the Commercial Truck Driving Program.

The College requires that the building location be within a 15-minute drive from the Chattanooga State main campus at 4501 Amnicola Hwy., Chattanooga, and that the property shall be west of I-75, north of I-75 and I-24, east of Hwy. 27, and south of Thrasher Pike.

At the conclusion of the lease term, or any extended lease term, Chattanooga State shall not be obligated to restore the space. The College will return space to the landlord in broom swept condition, with reasonable wear and tear and damage resulting from casualty excepted.

Bids must be received in the Chattanooga State Business Office by 2 p.m. on Friday, July 24. Bid documents may be mailed, or delivered in-person, to Business Office, 4501 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37406.

CLEVELAND BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETS JULY 7

Cleveland City Schools Board of Education will have a virtual meeting on Tuesday, July 7, at 2 p.m.

The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education will hold a meeting electronically, pursuant to Executive Order 51 issued on June 29, by Governor Bill Lee. The electronic meeting is necessary to protect public health, safety, and welfare in light of the coronavirus. Members of the public may attend and listen to the meeting through access to the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psw2IsJ4lPg&feature=youtu.be.

CLEVELAND CITY SCHOOLS BOARD MEETS JULY 7

The next board meeting for Cleveland City Schools will be at the Denning Center on Tuesday, July 7 at 2 p.m.

COUNTY COMMISSION MEETS JULY 8 AND 15

Pursuant to TCA 8-44-103, public meetings of the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners and Commission Committees will be held, and will transact such business as may lawfully come before them.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020, 9:30 AM, Recessed Meeting.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020, 9:30 AM, Agenda Preparation Session.
Wednesday, July 15, 2020, 9:30 AM, Regular Meeting.
Committee Meetings
Board of Commissioners Committees may meet prior to said meetings at 8:30 AM and/or immediately following said meetings.
Meeting Locations
Pursuant to Executive Order Nos. 16 and 34, issued by Governor Bill Lee in response to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), meetings of the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners may be conducted by electronic means to protect the health and safety of citizens and government officials and to transact such business as may lawfully come before them. The public can access said meeting by visiting https://www.youtube.com/user/HamiltonCountyTN
Meetings not conducted by electronic means will be held as follows: Regular and Agenda meetings, Courthouse, Room 402, 625 Georgia Avenue, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Committees, 8:30 AM meetings, County Commission Office, Room 401, County Courthouse. Committees, after Regular meetings, Commission Conference room adjacent to Room 402, County Courthouse.
To discuss auxiliary aids or services needed to facilitate participation, those with disabilities may contact Risk Manager/ADA Coordinator Bill Stoll, 317 Oak Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37403, (423) 209-6120 or bills@hamiltontn.gov. Hearing impaired callers may use the Tennessee Relay Service, (800) 848-0298 or (423) 209-6131.

W.F. (Bill) Knowles
County Clerk

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEETS JULY 2 AND 16

The School Board meetings scheduled for July 2 (Special Called Session) and July 16 (Regular Monthly Meeting), will be conducted in the Board Room at the Hamilton County Schools campus, 3074 Hickory Valley Rd. Board members will have the option of attending either in person or virtually. The meetings will begin at 5:30 p.m.

The agenda items for the Special Called Session are:

Presentation of Reopening Plan
Reopening Orientation


Because of limited space and the need to continue to physically distance, attendance will be limited to 15 people to include media. The meetings will be available as usual via livestream and we encourage the community to access via the stream. All policies and procedures regarding Board meetings will apply. Please refer any questions to me by email at ford_sherrie@hcde.org.

HCEC WILL NOT MEET IN JULY

The Hamilton County Election Commission will not meet in July.

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD OPEN FOR NIPPON PAINT

Notice is hereby given that the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Air Pollution Control Board will receive public comments upon the application for the installation of the following air pollutant source in Hamilton County, TN.

Nippon Paint Automotive Americas, Inc., has proposed to install an e-coat manufacturing plant at 1801 Southern St., Chattanooga, TN. Potential air pollutant emissions resulting from the operation of proposed process equipment and storage tanks of this plant are estimated to be 0.73 ton/year of volatile organic compounds and 0.23 ton/year of particulate matter. Potential air pollutant emissions resulting from the operation of proposed natural-gas fueled equipment of this plant are estimated to be 0.97 pound/hour and 4.26 tons/year of nitrogen oxides, 0.79 pound/hour and 3.44 tons/year of carbon monoxide, 0.071 pound/hour and 0.31 ton/year of particulate matter, 0.051 pound/hour and 0.23 ton/year of volatile organic compounds, and 0.0053 pound/hour and 0.023 ton/year of sulfur oxides.

Questions may be directed to Robert Kalch, Bureau engineer, at 423.643.5990. Materials concerning this proposed action may be inspected at the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Air Pollution Control Bureau (the Bureau), 6125 Preservation Dr., Suite 140, Chattanooga, TN 37416-3740, or online at apcb.org/public-notice-announcements/ beginning at 8:00 a.m. EDT, Thursday, June 18, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all visits to the Bureau office are currently by appointment only. You may schedule an appointment by contacting the Bureau at 423.643.5970.

Anyone desiring to comment on this proposed permitting action or request a public hearing concerning it should mail their written comments or request to the Bureau Director at the above address. Comments or requests must be received by 4:30 p.m. EDT, Monday, July 20, 2020, to be considered in the proposed permitting action. If a public hearing is requested, the date, time, and format of the hearing, incorporating appropriate safety measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be provided in a subsequent public notice.

Houses For Sale

1801 ARLINGTON AVE, CHATTANOOGA, TN 37406

Home for sale in Chattanooga, TN. For more information on this home, please call (423) 402-8828.

325 W. MIDVALE AVENUE, CHATTANOOGA, TN 37405

Home for sale in CHattanooga, TN. For more information on this home, please call (423) 402-8828.

6828 BUCK TRAIL DRIVE, HARRISON, TN 37341

Home for sale in Harrison, TN. For more information on this home, please call (423) 402-8828.

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