Town of Signal Mountain officials and residents are trying to cultivate interest for a community garden to potentially be located somewhere in the town.
Increased water costs to the town of Signal Mountain and Walden’s Ridge Utility District due to Tennessee American Water’s requested rate increase will trickle down to residents.
The town of Signal Mountain has more children involved in its recreational sports offerings than ever before. Soon, more practice space will be opened up to serve them: Norris Field, which residents have successfully petitioned to keep private until now.
Signal Mountain’s award-winning schools are a big draw for parents and students. But there’s still room for improvement, according to local educators.
Annual display rescheduled for Labor Day picnic
Despite rising temperatures, this Fourth of July will be a little less bright. That’s because the local Lions Club’s annual fireworks display has been canceled.
The town of Signal Mountain is not expected to break even on the upcoming annexation of Fox Run and Windtree, set to come into the town at the end of this year, until 2016 or 2017.
Fall may be a ways off, but football season is already ramping up on Signal Mountain, with signups for the town’s newest offering, the Scenic City tackle football program, running July 1-31.
The Chattanooga Market has experienced a 300 percent increase in vendor sales since 2008, with last year’s vendors raking in more than $2 million. Signal Mountain officials hope Market Director Paul Smith can bring some of that success to this year’s Hodgepodge.
Two names on this year’s ballot for Signal Mountain government will be the same — Mayor Bill Lusk and Councilwoman Annette Allen have both filed to seek re-election — but the venue will be markedly different.
The town of Walden is being asked to commit $75,000 over a three-year period to Waldens Ridge Emergency Services for a capital campaign, in addition to matching the $42,000 it gave WRES for operating expenses last year.