published Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Hamilton County Commissioners approve architects for new schools

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    Hamilton County Commissioners during a commission meeting in this file photo.
    Photo by Dan Henry

Hamilton County commissioners this morning unanimously approved contracts with four different architects for design and construction projects involving four schools, including the new Ganns Middle Valley Elementary School, Nolan Elementary School, Sale Creek Middle/High School and Wolftever Elementary School. The total amount approved is nearly $3 million combined .

Commissioners also approved the appointment of Richard G. Youngblood to the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Hospital Authority Board of Trustees, and they dedicated more than $26 million to the Industrial Development Board to fund in part the expansion of the Volkswagen site at Enterprise South Industrial Park.

For complete details, see tomorrow's Chattanooga Times Free Press.

about Hannah Smith...

Hannah Smith is a staff reporter for the Times Free Press. She previously worked as a Pulliam Fellow at the Indianapolis Star and as a Middle East news reporter at the Global Post in Boston. She has also spent time in broadcast, interning at Channel 13 WTHR in Indianapolis, and radio, as a reporter for American Student Radio. Hannah graduated with honors from Indiana University in May with degrees in journalism and Arabic. There she ...

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