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August 2017 Leadership Matters Newsletter

By Christian Brown | August 16, 2017
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Are you a City Insider?

By Tim Moreland | July 18, 2017
Are you a City Insider?

We are excited to announce the launch of City Insider, our latest open data powered application. With the City Insider you can truly understand what is happening in your neighborhood and community. The platform allows users to search by using maps, dates, addresses, neighborhoods or City Council District. Anyone can create a free account and…

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2017 Open Data Report

By Tim Moreland | July 11, 2017
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The City of Chattanooga has released the 2017 Open Data Report, which reflects on the City’s progress and looks to the future on ensuring transparency and accessibility of public data online. Under an Executive Order issued in 2014, Mayor Andy Berke developed an open data policy and increased transparency in city government through the creation…

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Meet the New Open Data ChattBot

By Tim Moreland | July 6, 2017
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Chat with ChattBot The newest addition to our open data program is the open data ChattBot. ChattBot is a Facebook Messager bot designed to help folks navigate the open data portal since finding what you are looking for is not always the most straightforward process. We built ChattBot because we are always looking for new and interesting…

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Under Construction

By peakacademy | June 22, 2017

We are updating the site and will soon have posts for all to view.

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Fallen Five Memorial; Public Art Chattanooga RFQ

By Colline Ferrier | June 15, 2017
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Peak Innovation Highlight

By peakacademy | June 14, 2017

We have had ten innovations completed since the inception of the Chattanooga Peak Academy. As our way of honoring their outstanding work, here are the names of the Peak Graduates who have finished at least one innovation, followed by how many A3s they have completed. Brendan Clearly – 1 – Updated the GIS system so…

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Congratulations Raccoon Mountain!

By peakacademy | June 14, 2017

On June 5th, 2017, the Raccoon Mountain Cohort graduated with their Peak Black Belt Training certificates! This was our third cohort to finish the program, and consisted of 19 people from a variety of governmental departments. An outside organization joined us as well; it was wonderful to have United Way participate in our journey to master the tools and training required to…

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5 Public Art Installations at Bessie Smith Cultural Center

By Colline Ferrier | June 14, 2017
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Since the MLK Mural’s dedication last January, MLK Boulevard has continued to see vibrant transformations. These enhancements contribute to the neighborhood’s unique identity, draw attention to the Big 9’s rich cultural history, and promote economic growth of the boulevard. Today, the area welcomes the MLK District Sculpture Exhibition, which opens this week on the lawn…

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Climbing the Peak Engagement Ladder

By peakacademy | June 14, 2017

This is our way of encouraging you to stay involved with the program post training session and keep sharpening your peak skills. The levels for the program are as follows: by completing the training you become a Peak Trainee, next by completing your first two A3s you can become a Peak Bright Spot, and finally by…

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