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More good news ’bout Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
Many may remember when Walter Cronkite on the CBS Evening News announced to the world that the US government cited Chattanooga as the city with America’s dirtiest air, the product of decades of economic growth as home to foundries and other heavy manufacturers.

In response, the City Council joined with local companies and physicians to create a pollution control board that led to $10m in private-sector air-quality investments.  When heavy manufacturing declined in the 70s and 80s, the same spirit of partnership and the support of local foundations led to a decade of transformative downtown revitalization projects.

During the recent years the business, academic and governmental leadership has pressed forward on multiple fronts.  The city-owned electric utility built a fiber network that will collect billions of data points and provide real-time management that will significantly boost the grid’s reliability and performance.   It will also extend ultra-high-speed broadband to 170,000 homes and businesses…click here for entire story!

– Jeff & Patrice Wishmyer – Full Time Realtors®  with Keller Williams Realty here in Chattanooga are the real estate experts for anyone considering relocation to our “Scenic City”.  We are passionate about this wonderful town!

ChattanoogaAndBeyond.com is quickly becoming the Relocation Guide for the Southeastern Tennessee area featuring housing, events, attractions, recreation, schools, dining, local news and much more.

If you are considering buying or selling a home in the Southeastern Tennessee area…Put Us to Work for You Today! Call us at 423-503-6953 or 424-8749 or write Patrice & Jeff

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Amazon is coming to town?-Chattanooga, TN

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