Chattanooga and Mosaic Church came to an agreement this morning that a temporary restraining order would be in effect for at least 15 days.
CIrcuit Court Judge Jeff Hollingsworth ordered that Mosaic Church, along with River City Church, would only be able to hold church services on the property at 412 Market St.
Tim Reid, Mosaic’s pastor, said he still plans to hold his weekend events at another church location, which he would not name.
The city sought an injunction this week to stop those events from happening, citing a pattern of assaults and gang activity related to the Mosaic-sponsored events.
On Christmas Eve nine people were shot outside the venue.
Read more in tomorrow’s Times Free Press.
Earlier Tweets from Cliff Hightower:
9:40 a.m: All parties agree to a temporary restraining order for at least 15 days. Only church services can be held.
9:26 a.m:Judge Hollingsworth entered said there is an agreement
9:22 a.m: Mayor Littlefield says negotiations for settlement now happening.
9:13 a.m: Mayor and City Attorneys on front row. Mosaic pastor Tim Reid and attorneys not seated yet.
9:10 a.m: Hearing for Chattanooga v Mosaic packed this morning.
Cliff has worked for the Times Free Press for five years and covers Chattanooga city government. He previously covered Rhea County, as well as transportation and growth and development in Southeast Tennessee. A native of Maryville, Tenn., Cliff graduated in 2003 from the University of Tennessee with a bachelor’s degree in communications with an emphasis on journalism. Before coming to Chattanooga, he was a crime reporter with Hernando Today, a supplement of The Tampa (Fla.) ...