New City Hall Was Named After One Of Our Attorneys

In may, one of attorneys from McKoon, Williams, Atchley & Stulce, PLLC was honored to have a new city hall named after him. This decision was made by the commission at Thursday session on May 17. With more than 30 years of professional experience, attorney Arnie Stulce is known for helping Chattanooga with legal matters and being a mentor to many. It was also pointed out by Red Bank outgoing Mayor John Roberts.

A few years ago, Red Bank bought a building two doors down on Dayton Boulevard. In February, the commissioners voted to renovate this old building and open a new city hall which will cost $681,040.

After the renovation, the building will have offices for the city manager, the city recorder, the finance director, director of public works, office staff and a receptionist. Also, there will be a special room for local public meetings.

It has actually been designed to meet the city’s new design criteria using approved building materials and glass. The parking area will be defined by short walls and landscaping. Upon completion of the new building renovation, the existing structure will become the police department.

Attorney Arnie Stulce was truly surprised and shocked at the news. The team of attorneys at McKoon, Williams, Atchley & Stulce, PLLC is glad to congratulate its member on such an occasion. It’s a real honor to work together with a person who did so much for Chattanooga. This is yet another proof of the high professionalism of the attorneys at McKoon, Williams, Atchley & Stulce, PLLC. 



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