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In news today…
The Bradley County Commission met on Monday, covering several items of business. It was noted that the Veterans Committee held a golf tournament recently and raised over $7,000 towards the Veterans’ Home that is in the process of being constructed. Also, everyone was reminded that early voting begins on Wednesday, October 14th. Further discussion took place on the proposed Social Media Policy, which will be voted on in the next session. The City Council and City Manager have asked the state for a chance to let the public speak about the building of a new methadone clinic in Cleveland, including the possibility of appealing the certificate of need for the clinic.
From WRCB Channel 3…
Collegedale police and the Tri-Community Volunteer Fire Department responded to a small airplane crash in Apison on Monday evening.
It happened around 5:20 p.m. near the 4900 block of Sandy Trail.
Collegedale city spokesperson Bridgett Raper confirms the crash and says no fatalities have been reported.
Hamilton County EMS spokesperson Amy Maxwell says a 59-year-old man was the only person on board the plane.
Maxwell says the man reported to the airport that his engine had stopped working.
Maxwell says the man is not reporting injuries and refusing EMS treatment.
Maxwell says the FAA and NTSB have been notified and will investigate the crash.
Also from WRCB Channel 3…
Nashville officials are investigating a worship event outside the historic courthouse Sunday that packed together a big, largely unmasked crowd, despite rising new case counts of COVID-19 in Tennessee.
Nashville Health Department spokesperson Brian Todd says “appropriate penalties” will be pursued against the organizer, saying that person didn’t submit an application to health officials or permit application to any Nashville department.
Nashville is limiting gatherings without city approval to 25 people. Approved events can occur at 30% capacity, with 500 people maximum and masks required.