Hamilton County Commission Meeting
Hamilton County Commission Chairman Larry Henry announced the commission will be deferring its vote on the county’s 2010 census redistricting plan pending further consideration.
The decision came after residents in District 6 raised objections to a plan previously proposed by the commission to change the district’s boundaries based on new population numbers from the census.
The commission also approved increases of more than $700,000 on two contracts for railroad improvements to Enterprise South industrial park and to donate county land for a park at 2419 E. Third St.
For complete details, read tomorrow’s Times Free Press
Ansley Haman covers Hamilton County government. A native of Spring City, Tenn., she grew up reading the Chattanooga Times and Chattanooga Free Press, which sparked her passion for journalism. Ansley's happy to be home after a decade of adventures in more than 20 countries and 40 states. She gathered stories while living, working and studying in Swansea, Wales, Cape Town, South Africa, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Ga., and Knoxville, Tenn. Along the way, she interned for ...
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