In addition to being able to purchase tickets online at www.track29.co we will also have our box office open today from 10 AM - 6 PM. Track 29 is located at the back of the Chattanooga Choo Choo.
There was an RFP process. You can see a breakdown of all of the proposals at http://chattarati.com/metro/government-politics/2011/6/24/crowdsourcing-where-chattanoogagov-redesign-began/.
MayCreate was the only local company to bid.
No worries - Littlefield will just throw some signs in all alley's within City limits and this won't happen again.
While the addition of Trader Joe's would be great to any neighborhood of Chattanooga it is simply not coming any time soon.
The Southside area has a great stable of shops and restaurants that are easily accessed by the ample parking and the walkability of Main, Market and the side streets.
There is no competition with the North Shore. It's a different area with different stores and restaurants. I'd choose Alleia, Shadowbox and Bluegrass Grille over any of the Northshore's tenants any day. It's all personal preference.
Even though the event starts at 7 PM I suggest getting there as early as 5:30 so you can get a good seat.
Dagney, not a fan of EDUCATIONAL documentaries?
How about Scientific American? Don't like to read scientific articles either?
What about Fox News?
I could go on and on...
The Bloom Box offers an intriguing concept however I'd be much more excited about it if it didn't use natural gas as it's energy source.
My main concern is the complete environmental devastation that mining natural gas causes right in our back yards. I strongly suggest watching the new documentary Gasland that you can find on HBO.
I recently watched it last week and it is very scary to see what is happening across this Country, our beautiful USA.
http://gaslandthemovie.com/ and http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/613/index.html
Gang problem? What gang problem?
For more information you can visit the Mary Cameron Robinson Foundation online at www.mcrfoundation.com.
The trees look great downtown and I'm happy to see that they all seem to have survived and a lot of them are already blooming!
My guess is that the cost includes labor (or at least the cost of the coordinator), fuel and other materials like the irrigation bags.