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City of Chattanooga considers higher wrecker, towing fees and more business news

City of Chattanooga considers higher wrecker, towing fees and more business news

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Workers image / A wrecked Chevrolet Trailblazer is loaded on to a tow truck after a crash on New York Avenue on May 22, 2019, in Chattanooga.

Town considers better daytime tow prices

Chattanooga Metropolis Councilperson Raquetta Dotley offered a proposal Thursday to the city’s Wrecker code that could double the fees for wrecker providers on the city’s phone checklist. Board member Vince Butler designed a movement to set the proposal on the Oct. 6 agenda to give the community sufficient notice to show up at and make remarks if they wish.

The proposal includes a significant cost raise of weekly daytime tows from $125 to $250 and weekend tows from $135 to $274, but board members pointed out that the code and the fees have not been current for 18 yrs. Each day storage fees would also raise from $15 a day to $35.

As portion of the method, the Beer Board have to make a advice for the variations to the Town Council, which has ultimate approval.

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