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Townhouse Zoning On Tennessee Avenue Is Tabled By City Council


The Regional Planning Agency staff recommendation is that two new single-family detached homes be allowed on the lot. The staff said another townhouse zone was approved on Tennessee Avenue in 2017.


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Townhouse Zoning On Tennessee Avenue Is Tabled By City Council - Chattanoogan.com // Chattanoogan.com - Chattanooga's source for breaking local news Breaking News Traffic Weather Opinion Sports Community Business Church Civic Clubs Living Well Real Estate Student Scene Leisuretime Around Town Dining Entertainment Happenings Memories Movies On Stage Outdoors Travel TV Obituaries Area Obituaries Classifieds Advertise About Us  Friday, March 9, 2018 29.6°F     Clear function SearchTextOnFocus(control) { if (control.value == 'Enter Text') { control.value = '; control.style.color = '#333333'; } } function SearchTextOnBlur( control ) { if (control.value == ') { control.value = 'Enter Text'; control.style.color = '#999999'; } } /*onkeydown = "SearchTextOnKeyDown(this, event.keyCode);" function SearchTextOnKeyDown(control, keyCode) { if (keyCode == 13 && control.value != ' && control.value != 'Enter Text') { //SendSearch(); } }*/ function SendSearch() { var search = $("#SearchText").val(); if (search != ' && search != 'Enter Text') { document.location.href = '/Search.aspx?st=' + escape(search); } else { document.location.href = '/Search.aspx?st=0'; } } Real Estate Townhouse Zoning On Tennessee Avenue Is Tabled By City Council Wednesday, March 7, 2018 A proposal by Jeremiah Moore for townhouse zoning on Tennessee Avenue near 56th Street was tabled by the City Council on Tuesday night. The Planning Commission had earlier recommended approval with conditions. The Regional Planning Agency staff recommendation is that two new single-family detached homes be allowed on the lot. The staff said another townhouse zone was approved on Tennessee Avenue in 2017. March 7, 2018 Realtor Stacey Groover Awarded Certified Residential Specialist Designation March 7, 2018 Townhouse Zoning On Tennessee Avenue Is Tabled By City Council March 6, 2018 Stay Safe On That Ladder Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announced that  Realtor  Stacey Groover has become a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS)MsGroover works out of the Crye-Leike Hixson office at  .. (click for more) A proposal by Jeremiah Moore for townhouse zoning on Tennessee Avenue near 56th Street was tabled by the City Council on Tuesday night The Planning Commission had earlier recommended approval .. 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