Chattanooga City Council closer to establishing "Amplified Music District"
Tuesday City council voted to approve a 250-dollar application fee for venues wanting to become part of the district.
Tuesday, October 14th 2014, 10:21 pm EDT by
Tuesday, October 14th 2014, 11:20 pm EDT
The Chattanooga City Council is one step closer to establishing it's "Amplified Music District."
Tuesday City council voted to approve a 250-dollar application fee for venues wanting to become part of the district. At the last meeting, council approved an out of pocket expense of about 18-hundred dollars that venues will have to pay in addition to the application fee.
Councilman Moses Freeman says he's glad to see the issue moving forward. "I supported it because I was looking for a solution to the problems that neighbors were having within the area, mainstream and part of the district."
Freeman says the council still has a few more steps to take before the process is complete liking hiring a sound engineer.