Friday, November 22, 2013

Chattanooga's Making Headlines Again

Chattanooga was recently featured in a piece from CNBC. The article comments on the transformation of Chattanooga from a dirty town of crime and industrial decline to a vibrant, growing city full of life and business opportunity.

Highlighting the city's internet speeds, recently built manufacturing plants, and revitalization of downtown and the riverfront, the article has many positive things to say about the direction Chattanooga has taken over the last few decades.

Though not everything is peachy, and more than a few residents and small business owners worry about getting steamrolled as the city makes way for development and big business, on the whole the picture looks good, and the city is optimistic.

Not bad for a city that once had the distinction of being called "the dirtiest city in America" by Mr. Cronkite himself.

You can read the full article here.

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