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From Local 3 News…
City pools in Cleveland will open on Memorial Day.
City officials say Tinsley Park, Mosby Park and the South Cleveland Community Center will open this Monday, May 30th.
Pool hours are 11 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
The Parks & Recreation Department operates three outdoor pools to keep residents cool during the summer months.
Each pool is staffed with lifeguards and have different amenities such as concession stands, chairs, and splash pads.
Pools are typically open from Memorial Day through Labor Day each year.
In news toady…
The Bradley County Commission met on Monday covering several items of business. Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis noted a resolution for the next voting meeting to sign a new lease with the Tennessee Rehab Center for property on Overlook Drive. There would be a 5% increase on the new lease. The resolution was placed on the agenda for the next voting session. More discussion took place on water, sewer, and septic funding, including grant funding from TDEC, ARP funding, etc. Commissioner Howard Thompson thanked Adam Lewis and the first responders for their help on Saturday during the fire at Flea Land flea market, and the community for their calls to check on him.
From the Chattanooga Times Free Press…
The Center for Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics LLC has begun building one of the region’s biggest outpatient ambulatory surgery facilities along Interstate 75 in Tyner to expand and replace the center’s existing surgery suites in downtown Chattanooga.
The $18.7 million complex at Tyner and Walker roads is projected to open in summer 2023 with eight operating rooms, two procedure rooms and 40 pre-operative and recovery bays. The new, 37,500-square-foot complex will replace the smaller, existing surgery center that the Center for Sports Medicine now operates at the corner of Holtzclaw Avenue and Third Street.
The outpatient surgery center is being erected on 4.3 acres now being cleared for the new ambulatory surgery center, which will replace the practice’s current surgery center downtown. Once built, the new ambulatory surgery center is expected to have about 75-80 workers and be able to accommodate all 21 physicians in the Center for Sports Medicine practice.