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Chattanooga Civics: Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp

Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp, delivering the State of the County 2024 Address at the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga.
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Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp, delivering the State of the County 2024 Address at the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga.

Why do we have a Mayor for the City of Chattanooga and a Mayor for Hamilton County?

What’s the difference between city government and county government?

What are some key issues facing the County today?

Nathan Bird of the Chattanooga Civics podcast spoke with Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp.

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