Chattanooga Venture News, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 1986
"Getting Ready for Homecoming '86"- discusses how Homecoming '86 was meant to encourage people to come home to Tennessee and see a celebration that looks positively on the community. "A shelter for battered lives"- discusses the formation of the Family Violence Task Force and the hope to make it possible for victims of abuse to escape their situations. "Watson Designs Downtown"- Stroud Watson, an architecture professor at UT-Knoxville, talked about what his ideas were for the downtown area. His ideas included a reinforcement of Miller Park creating a "public realm". "Memorial Auditorium final report"- the plans for renovation and expansion of the auditorium were approved and part of the plans were to make it a true performing arts center. "Learning from Charlotte"- 16 Venture board members spent time in Charlotte N.C. to see how the development of their city was coming along and collect ideas for further development of Chattanooga.
|Dates of Creation||January 1986|
|Extent of Description||10.00" x 14.00"|