Staff Photo by Patrick Smith/Chattanooga Times Free Press Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield speaks during a meeting with the Times Free Press editorial board on Monday. Mr. Littlefield discussed several topics, including stormwater fees, property taxes and annexation.
The Hamilton County Election Commission voted this morning to certify a recall petition for Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield.
The commission voted 2-1 to certify the recall. Commission member James Anderson abstained.
Littlefield attorney Hall North said, “We’ll consider asking the Court of Appeals to enjoin the action the Election Commission has taken and perhaps seek contempt.”
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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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