Here is today's news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: In news today… To kick off the final week of early voting, 2,504 people vot
Here is today’s news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland:
In news today…
To kick off the final week of early voting, 2,504 people voted in Bradley County on Monday. Three days are left to vote early at the Bradley County early voting locations: Bradley Square Mall, the Bradley County Election Commission, and the former BB&T Bank building on McGrady Drive. Polls are open today from 9 AM until 4 PM
Also in news today…
The Cleveland City Council met on Monday, although the meeting had relatively few items of business. City Manager Joe Fivas reported on updates from TDOT on the Ocoee and 25th Streets improvements, with positive comments so far. Mayor Brooks commented on new lights put in by Cleveland Utilities, and acknowledged the Principal of The Year from Cleveland Middle School. Councilman Hughes asked for the new lights in front of the Welcome to Cleveland sign to have some trees and shrubberies in front of them to improve the look of the lighting. Also announced were city office closures, including November 11th for Veterans Day as well as November 26th and 27th for Thanksgiving.
From the Chattanoogan…
The Forgotten Child Fund is seeking the public’s help as the beloved Chattanooga institution is facing eviction in February.
They have been informed by the mayor of Chattanooga Andy Berke and his administration that they have to vacate the premises of their warehouse where they have been for the last 11 years.
The warehouse will be given to the AIM Center to build an apartment complex that will contain 15 apartments for its clients and 45 apartments for low-income residents.
If they cannot find a building soon, the effects will be “devastating.” And even if they have to work out of a smaller warehouse, that will restrict their ability to reach out to the number of children they are able to now.
Even though the mayor’s administration is evicting the organization, the FCF does not seem to harbor any ill will toward the administration.