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October 26, 2011

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Are You Kidding Me

"are you kidding me?

No way. Too loud. Do they realize that people with young school children live in this neighborhood? I do not want my neighborhood to turn into the city's night life entertainment district, thank you very much. Myself and a whole lot of other local residents will fight this to the ground. It will not happen.

Posted by Angela Sweet December 04, 2011 10:18:47 "


If you were concerned with a neighborhood , you shouldn't have to that part of town .. We need all the investment and business we can get in that area..

I would be more concerned about my safety than a little noise from some old Rock n Rollers

Soddy Bottoms more than 2 years ago

Turn it Up

They will need a lot of power to overcome the blaring sirens of the Fire Station next door. It seems that everyone is glad that somebody rehabilitates a condemnable building until they start to use it for a business, which might make a little noise, increase traffic, etc.-- all the annoyances of a thriving community. Lots of Luck on this one!

Buster Brick more than 2 years ago

are you kidding me?

No way. Too loud. Do they realize that people with young school children live in this neighborhood? I do not want my neighborhood to turn into the city's night life entertainment district, thank you very much. Myself and a whole lot of other local residents will fight this to the ground. It will not happen.

Angela Sweet more than 2 years ago

Worship of Mammon

It is quite telling that church buildings across the country are turned into venues such as this. The price was right, not for an honest group of Christians, but for entrepreneurs who are ready to take advantage of the latest gentrification efforts. This is very sad to see and I pray it is the only temple to take such an unfortunate journey in our area.

Fr Daniel Talley more than 2 years ago

Congratulations

Can't wait to play in Chattanooga. Been a long time since we have seen each other. See you in 2012. Always.. PC

Paul Carrack more than 2 years ago

Location, location, location.

Although another music venue seems appealing, and gives people things to do, many of chattanooga's music seekers forget that this is a neighborhood where people have lived for more than a hundred years. The neighborhood has had its ups and downs throughout its history. Stinky chicken plants have placed themselves here with no concern for the natives. What is the difference with the music venues blaring music till 3:00 in the morning.

Kerrick johnson more than 2 years ago

Coda.. Southside Venue

Thanks Adam.. Love your input and Track 29..

Jonathan Mark more than 2 years ago

Music Culture

This is a fantastic building and a great use. More quality venues in Chattanooga only helps build an exciting music culture. This should be a nice addition to that cause.

Who knows, maybe Main Street can become the music corridor of Chattanooga?

Adam Kinsey more than 2 years ago

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