Upcoming Planning Commission Agenda For Monday

Friday, January 6, 2017

Here is the upcoming Planning Commission agenda for Monday at 1 p.m.:

2017-001 R-1 O-1 Carl Puryear 2050 Hickory Valley Road Couny 8,
City 6 Deny  
MR2017-002 Franchise Agreement Buddy Bates, McCoy Homes/Keith Porter 700 Blk.

Mt. Vernon Avenue at 1200 W. Mississippi Ave. Couny 2,
City 2 Approve  
2017-003 R-1 C-2 Adamson Development / Woodard Development Co. 4949, 4978 Patsy Place (off Apison Pk) Couny 5,
City 4 Approve W/C  
2017-004 C-2 UGC Randy Troupe, Sr./ Brian Davis 3221 Brainerd Road Couny 5,
City 9 Approve  
2017-006 SEP PUD MBSC Black Creek, LLC Attn.: Doug Stein/ Obar Investments, LLC 3800 block Cummings Road Couny 6,
City 1 Approve  
2017-007 SP Daycare Center Crystal Porter/John Lines 2212 Taft Highway Walden Defer  
MR2017-008 Closure Streets & Alleys State of TN, Univ. of TN, Real Prop.-Adam Foster 1200-1300 blk. Vine St., 500 blk. Hoskins St., 1200-1300 blk. E. 5th St., 500 blk. McGee St. and two (2) unopened alleys Couny 4,
City 8 Approve  
MR2017-009 Lease Agreement City Chattanooga, Real Property 219,221,225,231,235,237 Aster Avenue Couny 6,
City 1 Approve  
MR2017-010 Lease Agreement City Chattanooga, Real Property 3000 E. 34th Street Couny 4,
City 7 Approve  
2017-011 R-1 R-T/Z CNE, Bob McNutt 1801 E. 12th Street Couny 4,
City 8 Approve W/C  
2017-012 R-3 R-T/Z CNE/Highland Park, LLC, Bob McNutt 2103,2107,2109 Vance Avenue Couny 4,
City 8 Approve W/C  
2017-013 A-1 R-1 Mike Moon, East Haven Partners, LLC/ Childress Family Lmtd. Partnership 9648 East Brainerd Road Couny 7 Approve  
2017-014 R-1 RT-1 Joseph Ingram/ Sergey Lyashevskiy 7712, 7716 Shallowford Road Couny 8,
City 4 Approve W/C  
2017-015 R-2 M-1 Joseph Ingram/ Marco Investments 2605 East 40th Street Couny 4,
City 7 Approve W/C  
2017-016 R-1 O-1 Donna Klein/Karen Walters 1106 Greens Road Couny 7,
City 4 Approve W/C  
2017-017 R-1 R-3 Monica Luck 1803 West 38th Street Couny 6,
City 7 Deny  
2017-018 R-1 R-T/Z Tower Const., Calvin Ball 1608 E. 13th Street Couny 4,
City 8 Approve W/C  
MR2017-019 Abandon Sewer Branch Waterside Assoc., LP, C/O Jack Haylett/ Byron Defoot, Lifestyle Way Prop. Invest. 2334, 2345 Elam Lane Couny 8,
City 4 Approve  
MR2017-020 Abandon Alley McCallie Commons, LLC/ Saeed,Tatiana & Ata Moharreri Unopened ALLEY off 600 blk. O'Neal Street Couny 6,
City 8 Approve  
Old Business
2016-197 SEP PUD Residential Ooltewah Develop., LLC/ Shane Howard; Robert & Darlene Center (Deferred from December Planning Commission) 276 W. 21st Street 9730, 9742, 9744 East Brainerd Road Couny 7 Approve W/C  


Crye-Leike Posts Record Year Of $6.36 Billion In Sales

Tennessee-based Crye-Leike, the nation's fourth largest privately-held residential real estate brokerage firm and the largest in Tennessee and the Mid-South, posted a record sales year of $6.36 billion in 2016, the highest sales performance in the company’s 40-year history.  In comparison, the company reached its peak sales performance at $6.10 billion in 2006.   Crye-Leike’s ... (click for more)

City Of Chattanooga Grants HOME Funds For 16 Affordable Housing Units In Chattanooga

Chattanooga City Council approved a plan from the Department of Economic & Community Development (ECD) to administer more than half a million dollars in federal funds for the creation of 16 affordable housing units in neighborhoods across Chattanooga. These funds from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are designated under the HOME program, ... (click for more)

2 Homes Totally Destroyed By Fire On Sunday In Separate Blazes

Two homes were totally destroyed by fire in separate blazes on Sunday afternoon. At  5 p.m. , a neighbor called 911 reporting a house fire at 3910 Fairmont Pike on Signal Mountain. Walden's Ridge Emergency Services responded and arrived on the scene reporting a fully involved house fire. A mutual aid response was requested for additional manpower and apparatus ... (click for more)

Signal School Study Says Under Own School System Much More Could Go To The Classroom; Lennon Says Getting Land, Buildings A Major Issue

A panel studying a new school system operated by Signal Mountain concluded that much more money could go directly into the classroom, helping students further increase their potential.   However, County School Board member Kathy Lennon said how the town would be able to acquire the land and buildings is a major issue.   A group of Signal Mountain residents ... (click for more)

CVB Should Share Financials With The Home Folks

The recent debate over the Convention and Visitor's Bureau's funding and budget has gotten ugly. A Hamilton County commissioner has asked questions and made comments about the CVB. The director of the CVB has organized a campaign to dismiss the commissioner's questions and comments. The children on the playground are choosing sides and nothing useful seems to be happening. It's ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Trump's Latest Delight

I was quite amused this week when Donald Trump’s administration “locked out” several news organizations from the daily press briefings at the White House. The reason I loved it because in the 50 years I have spent in the news business, I have been locked out of press conferences, too. To be truthful, I am a longtime veteran of a bunch of “you versus me” squabbles and, if I do say, ... (click for more)