published Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Red Bank housing project under way

The City of Red Bank has formed a partnership that will begin making repairs to single-family and owner-occupied homes within the City of Red Bank.

The partnership, which will be overseen by the "Red Bank Community Action for Housing Committee," will be made up of Widow's Harvest, Habitat for Humanity, Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprises and the Homebuilders Association.

Who to contact

Volunteers can reach Steve Daughtery at 423-875-4341.

If you are a contractor and wish to donate materials or labor, please contact Jimmy Mathis at 423-877-1103 Ext. 1054

The committee has connections with suppliers that will allow it to lend a helping hand to homeowners whose houses are in need of repair or clean up, but it now is searching for volunteers who are able to perform the work.

Steve Daughtery, who will be chairman of the committee, will be receiving requests by those in need of assistance as well as helping to organize any civic organization, church or school prospective volunteers.

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noapathy said...

Thanks for sharing, didn't really pertain to this though. Red Bank is interesting to those that live and grew up there. Keep cutting thru. Ok?!

February 17, 2011 at 2:53 p.m.
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