Cemetery Lots

SINGLE LOT IN FOREST HILLS CEMETERY

Cemetery plot for sale: Single plot for sale at Forest Hills Cemetery in St. Elmo. Lot #88, Section 12. $1200. Contact Laurie Bower at 970-390-5597.

Collectibles

CHATTANOOGA BOY SCOUT MEMORABILIA WANTED

I buy all Chattanooga Boy Scout memorabilia: photos, documents, awards, patches, uniforms, and neckerchiefs. No collection too large or too small. I am interested!
(423) 271-8078 or ChattanoogaBSAHistory@gmail.com

Lawn and Garden Equipment

RIDING MOWER

Used, Cub Cadet 42 inch cut riding mower.
New: belt, blades, ignition switch, muffler and gasket.
Deck underside cleaned and painted.
Front end all repainted.
No headlights (modified headlight area)
Runs and cuts like new. Manual included.
1 little crack on the side of the seat.
$650 FIRM
kevireno@hotmail.com
Will deliver within 25 miles from my house.

Legal Notices

AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD PUBLIC COMMENT PERIODS

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 sources in Hamilton County, TN.

Gestamp Chattanooga, LLC, has proposed to install a natural-gas fueled hot stamping furnace at 3063 Hickory Valley Rd., Chattanooga, TN. Potential air pollutant emissions resulting from the operation of this furnace are estimated to be 0.77 pound/hour and 3.38 tons/year of nitrogen oxides, 0.62 pound/hour and 2.73 tons/year of carbon monoxide, 0.056 pound/hour and 0.25 ton/year of particulate matter, 0.041 pound/hour and 0.18 ton/year of volatile organic compounds, and 0.0042 pound/hour and 0.019 ton/year of sulfur oxides. Questions may be directed to Sara Lockhart, Bureau engineer, at 423.643.5973.

Woodbridge Chattanooga Formed Plastics LP has proposed to install a batch polystyrene foam expander at 51 Lost Mound Dr., Chattanooga, TN. Potential air pollutant emissions of pentane (a volatile organic compound) resulting from the operation of this expander are estimated to be 103.0 pound/hour and 7.41 tons/year. Questions may be directed to Sara Lockhart, Bureau engineer, at 423.643.5973.

STERIS Instrument Management Services, Inc., has proposed to install an emergency generator diesel engine at 3010 Williams St., Chattanooga, TN. Potential air pollutant emissions resulting from the operation of this engine are estimated to be 15.13 pounds/hour and 0.76 ton/year of nitrogen oxides, 1.69 pounds/hour and 0.085 ton/year of carbon monoxide, 1.58 pounds/hour and 0.079 ton/year of volatile organic compounds, 0.48 pound/hour and 0.024 ton/year of particulate matter, and 0.022 pound/hour and 0.0011 ton/year of sulfur oxides. Questions may be directed to Alan Frazier, Bureau Engineering Manager, at 423.643.5978.

Ardent Mills, LLC, has proposed to install two wheat roller mills and a feed silo in order to increase the production capacity of their flour and livestock feed facility at 1B Riverside Lane, Chattanooga, TN. Air pollutant emissions of particulate matter resulting from the operation of this equipment will be controlled by filters. The resulting increase in potential emissions of particulate matter from the facility is estimated to be 5.34 tons/year. Questions may be directed to Alan Frazier, Bureau Engineering Manager, at 423.643.5978.

Materials concerning these proposed actions 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, May 14, 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, June 15, 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.

CLEVELAND BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETS JUNE 1

Cleveland City Schools Board of Education will have a virtual meeting on Monday, June 1, at 3 p.m.

The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education will hold a meeting electronically, pursuant to Executive Order 16 issued on March 20, 2020 by Governor Bill Lee, at 2:30 p.m. on April 20, 2020. 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://youtu.be/6eTasbUCLNo.

COUNTY COMMISSION MEETS JUNE 10 AND 17

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, June 10, 2020, 9:30 AM, Recessed Meeting.
Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 9:30 AM, Agenda Preparation Session.
Wednesday, June 17, 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 COMMISSION MEETS MAY 27 AND JUNE 3

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, May 27, 2020, 9:30 AM, Recessed Meeting.
Wednesday, May 27, 2020, 9:30 AM, Agenda Preparation Session.
Wednesday, June 3, 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

HAMILTON COUNTY ELECTION COMMISSION MEETS JUNE 10

Pursuant to T.C.A. §2-1-113, notice is hereby given that on Wednesday, June 10 at 9 a.m.,
the Hamilton County Election Commission will hold a regularly scheduled meeting
at the offices of the commission, 700 River Terminal Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37406,
for the purpose of conducting such general business as may come before the meeting.

Becky Bumgardner
Deputy Registrar/Absentee Specialist
Hamilton County Election Commission

NEXT OF KIN DEATH NOTICE: JOHN DANIEL HOOVER JR.

To Next of Kin of John Daniel Hoover Jr. or interested parties: You are notified John Daniel Hoover Jr., DOB 05/21/1952, died 04/07/2020. Hamilton County gives notice that it will have the unclaimed remains of John Daniel Hoover Jr. cremated as of 05/31/2020, pursuant to TCA 38-5-118 & 62-5-074. Hamilton Co. Attorney’s Off., 625 Georgia Ave., Ste. 204, Chattanooga, TN 37402, 423-209-6150.

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD OPEN FOR VW PERMIT

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

Volkswagen Group of America Chattanooga Operations, LLC, has applied for the renewal of their Part 70 (Title V) operating permit and incorporation of a Prevention of Significant Deterioration permit and a minor modification into the Part 70 permit for their automobile assembly plant at 8001 Volkswagen Dr., Chattanooga, TN. No increase in allowable air pollutant emissions from any existing equipment will result from this permit renewal. Potential air pollutant emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from existing equipment will increase by 196.43 tons/year due to increased production. Potential air pollutant emissions resulting from the operation of two new natural-gas fueled curing ovens, new natural-gas fueled air handling units, and new welding operations are estimated to be 3.37 tons/year of carbon monoxide, 3.34 tons/year of particulate matter, 3.17 tons/year of nitrogen oxides, 0.22 ton/year of VOCs, 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, May 14, 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, June 15, 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.

RED BANK COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA FOR JUNE 2

Red Bank Commission agenda for June 2 at 6 p.m.

I. Call to Order – Acting Mayor Ruth Jeno
II. Roll Call – City Manager
Acting Mayor Jeno ____, Commissioner Howell _____ Commissioner LeCompte ___,
Commissioner Rose ____
III. Invocation –
IV. Pledge of Allegiance –
V. Consideration of the Minutes for approval or correction:
A. May 19, 2020 Agenda Work Session
B. May 19, 2020 Commission Meeting
VI. Communication from Acting Mayor Ruth Jeno
VII. Commissioner’s Report
A. Commissioner Tyler Howell
B. Commissioner Ed LeCompte
C. Commissioner Carol Rose
VIII. City Manager’s Report
IX. PUBLIC HEARING
The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive citizen input regarding the proposed Fiscal
Year 2021 Operating Budget.
X. Unfinished Business –
A. ORDINANCE NO. 20-1169 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF RED BANK,
TENNESSEE, TO AMEND THE FY 2020 OPERATING BUDGET YEAR END
APPROPRIATION OVERAGES (SECOND AND FINAL READING)
XI. New Business
A. ORDINANCE NO. 20-1170 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF RED BANK,
TENNESSEE, ADOPTING THE ANNUAL BUDGET AND TAX RATE FOR THE
FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2020 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2021 (FIRST
READING)
B. RESOLUTION NO. 20-1345 – A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF RED BANK
DECLARING A MORATORIUM UPON THE ACCEPTANCE, PROCESSING OR
ISSUANCE OF ANY LICENSE AND/OR PERMIT OF OR WITH RESPECT TO THE
LOCATION OR OPERATION OF ANY ADULT ORIENTED ESTABLISHMENT
WITHIN THE CITY OF RED BANK, TENNESSEE
XII. Citizen Comments from Red Bank Citizens about Red Bank business (3 minute
limit)
XIII. Adjournment

Lost and Found

LOST CAR KEY

Lost Hyundai car key on purple key ring at Greenway Farms Thursday May 14th. If found please contact me at (423) 364-6481 (Small Reward)

Pet Supplies

FREE DOG HOUSE

I have an older "igloo" style dog house that is free to a good home, just have to come pick it up. It has been sitting outside for years, so will need to be cleaned, but fully functional. Bought it for a dog and never used it. For small/medium size dog. Contact: Pianomanmarc@comcast.net. Thanks!

Pets

FULL BREED

I HAVE A 2 YEAR OLD CON CORSO MASTIFF FEMALE. SHE NEEDS TO GO TO A GOOD HOME WITH A YARD. LOVE HER BUT CAN'T TAKE CARE OF HER ANY LONGER. ASKING $300.00

434-229-6351

SEARCHING FOR CHIHUAHUA TO ADOPT

Searching for a Chihuahua to adopt for our little 3.5 lb Chi girl who lost her life long companion last month. She is still wandering around looking for him and gives me a very sad look every time I have to leave the house. It must be a healthy pup with proven immunization records. I've been to McKamey and the Humane Society and other adoption agencies with no luck. (423) 322-2486, please leave a message, I am often unable to answer my phone while at work.

Thank you for your help in our search.

Houses For Sale

LARGE CABIN WITH 4-5 ACRES

Large cabin (5001 square feet) on 4-5 acres with 3 large garages. Good for:

Large family.
Two families. Or
Family and Business
Sequatchie River borders this property.
Bring your 4 horses and fishing gear. Get away to a manicured small 4-5 acre farm in Dunlap and avoid the virus.
Built for handicap with 3 foot doors and electric chair and ramps.
It has 4-5 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms.

Thermostats in each room plus new 5 ton carrier air control for entire house.

Peaches, blueberries and other fruits available in orchard.

Everything is modern and up-to-date with many flowers and freshly planted garden.

Now if you are ready to swim, kayak, canoe and fish in the cleanest river in our Country-call

423-949-9496 or 407-414-8928---------Financing is available. Cost is very cheap-$85.00 foot.

Lease Or Rent To Own

HOUSE FOR RENT


House on 47th Street:
3 bedrooms and 1 bath : Affordable, Cute 3 bedroom home with large flat fenced backyard!
could be section 8 if needed
call Chip 516-263-1638 for details

Townhouses

HERITAGE LANDING CONDO FOR RENT

Heritage Landing condo for rent!

This 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo is on the first floor and overlooks pond.
$1695/month

Call 423-266-5662 or email KKent@kentpm.com

Features:
-Newly updated kitchen with stainless appliances and eat-in area
-Large open floor plan for living room and dining room
-Newly updated bathrooms, including granite sinks and walk-in shower
-Walk-in closet, his and her sinks in master suite
-Screened porch overlooking pond
-Washer and dryer
-Attached garage

This gated community includes amenities such as pools, tennis court, sidewalks, clubhouse, and secured gatehouse. Walk to Frazier Avenue and Coolidge Park; convenient to Northshore and Downtown.

Some small pets allowed with additional deposit.

Boats

LUND FISHING BOAT

Used: all aluminum fishing boat. 16 foot, with trailer.
25 HP Mercury outboard. Transom mounted trolling motor.
left & right side down riggers for deep water fishing and downrigger tackle.
2 swivel seats, fuel tank, battery box, lights, oars.
Great "Grandpa" Type fishing boat.
$2500 for all.
kevireno@hotmail.com

Domestic Autos

2011 HYUNDAI SONATA

2011 Hyundai Sonata, brand new engine installed by dealership, new battery, good tires. Great condition inside and out...423/424-9271

Motorcycles

2012 HONDA 700/C AERO FOR SALE

Motorcycle for sale, 2012 Honda 700/C Aero. Good condition, only 2450 miles, lots of chrome, new seat, new grips, and halogen headlights.
$2500 or best offer. Bike is located in Chattanooga.

Email jackvarner@ymail.com

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Latest Hamilton County Arrest Report

Georgia Has 11 More Coronavirus Deaths, 597 New Cases; Walker County Has 26 New Cases

Senator Alexander Says He Disagrees With President Trump's Decision To Terminate Membership With WHO


Here is the latest Hamilton County arrest report: BELL, REGINALD 69 W 27TH ST APT A CHATTANOOGA, 37408 Age at Arrest: 56 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga Booked for Previous ... (click for more)

Georgia state health officials reported on Friday there have been 1,984 people in the state who have died from the coronavirus - 11 more since Thursday. The confirmed cases are now at 45,863 ... (click for more)

U.S. Senate health committee Chairman Lamar Alexander on Friday released the following statement on President Trump’s decision to terminate the United States’ membership in the World Health Organization: ... (click for more)



Breaking News

Latest Hamilton County Arrest Report

Here is the latest Hamilton County arrest report: BELL, REGINALD 69 W 27TH ST APT A CHATTANOOGA, 37408 Age at Arrest: 56 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s) --- BLACKWELL, PAIGE DESHAI 3212 DODSON AVE CHATTANOOGA, 37406 Age at Arrest: 20 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga VIOLATION OF PROBATION (POSS ... (click for more)

Georgia Has 11 More Coronavirus Deaths, 597 New Cases; Walker County Has 26 New Cases

Georgia state health officials reported on Friday there have been 1,984 people in the state who have died from the coronavirus - 11 more since Thursday. The confirmed cases are now at 45,863 - up from 45,266 - an increase of 597. Hospitalizations are at 7,914 - up 85 since Thursday. Whitfield County has nine new cases for a total of 3331, and still seven deaths. Officials ... (click for more)

Opinion

A New Low For Bureaucratic Dysfunction

Forced emissions testing – a new low for bureaucratic dysfunction. In our old way of living, there were two certainties: Death and taxes. In our new world, the government is giving some relief from taxes but has chosen to substitute vehicle emissions testing. Now the two certainties are death and emissions testing. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is sickening ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Saturday Funnies

Erma Bombeck, surely one of the greatest newspaper columnists in our lifetime, once decreed, "When humor goes, there goes civilization." With a new spate of disappointing news this week, it is easy to see the sage Erma was right, and thus we welcome this week’s newest edition of The Saturday Funnies. As longtime readers are aware, the Funnies are a collection of the nameless missives ... (click for more)

Sports

Football Mocs Receive Votes In HeroSports.com Preseason Poll

The preseason prognostications have begun for the upcoming 2020 NCAA Football Championship Subdivision campaign. HeroSports.com released its first top-25, which included the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The Mocs are listed among the nine teams who are also receiving votes in the online publication's poll. Chattanooga is coming off a 6-6 season under first-year head ... (click for more)

UTC Soccer Announces 2020 Schedule

The Chattanooga women’s soccer schedule features 10 home contests, including a first-time home match against Indiana State, and a road trip to Knoxville to take on Tennessee, head coach Gavin McKinney announced Wednesday. The soccer team will host the first on-campus event for the UTC athletics department. At this time, the Mocs’ preseason match against Tennessee Tech on August ... (click for more)