NASHVILLE — University of Chattanooga junior Ethan Greene suspected Chattanooga’s powerful public utility, the Electric Power Board, was using taxpayer money to advertise its ultra-high-speed Internet service.
He filed a public information request earlier this year.
Greene said he never wanted EPB staff to copy advertising records from 2012-14 — he merely wanted access to inspect them.
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