Cong. Fleischmann delivered more than $20 million in projects for Chattanooga in the recent federal appropriations process.

Today Mayor Kelly joined Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, EPB CEO David Wade, UTC Chancellor Steve Angle and officials from the United Way and Chattanooga Police Department to celebrate Chattanooga’s community project funding secured by Congressman Fleischmann in the recent federal appropriations process. 

Mayor Kelly and the other leaders praised Rep. Fleischmann for delivering:

“As Chattanooga’s Congressman, I’ve vowed to listen to my constituents and fight for what’s best for Chattanooga and East Tennessee in Congress. These investments in our local economy, police force, and city infrastructure will make Chattanooga an even better place to live, work, and raise a family,” said Rep. Chuck Fleischmann. “I’m thankful for leaders such as Mayor Kelly and outstanding community groups like United Way, EPB, and UTC for working with me to bring these investments to Chattanooga.”  

“These are significant investments that will inject new life into our infrastructure, build up our outdoors assets, spur economic development and upgrade public safety,” said Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly. “I want to thank Congressman Fleischmann for delivering these investments, and for his partnership with the city and key community partners like UTC, EPB and the United Way.”

To access the graphics about the projects shown at today’s press conference, click here.

To read more about the purpose of the community projects funded thanks to Rep. Fleischmann, read the letters he sent making the requests here