House Kicks Off Tennessee Redistricting Process

Nearly 10 Public Commenters Went In Front Of The Tennessee House Select Committee On Redistricting On Wednesday, Calling For Transparency In The Legislative Map-Drawing Process And Not Splitting Up Municipalities.

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Tennessee Breaks Records With New Business Filings

New Business Filings In The Second Quarter Of 2021 Grew A Remarkable 61.6 Percent From Second Quarter Filings In 2020. This Marks The Second Quarter In A Row Where Tennessee Broke The Previous Record Of Year-Over-Year Gain In The 28-Year History Of The Data Being Collected.

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TN Says Lack Of Applications To Blame For Rental Relief Money’s Small Distribution

Tennessee Has Disbursed Only $17.2 Million Of The $383.4 Million Worth Of Emergency Rental Assistance Program Money The State Received In The First Wave Of Funding For The COVID-19 Relief Program.

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Hamilton County Vehicle Emissions Testing To End In 2022

TDEC Announced Yesterday That Vehicle Emissions Testing In Five Tennessee Counties Will End On Jan. 14, 2022 Now That The EPA Has Approved A Revision To The State’s Air Quality Plan.

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Judge Statom Announces Re-Election Campaign

Hamilton County General Sessions Court Judge Lila Statom Announced Her Decision To Seek Re-Election For The August 4, 2022 Election With Will Clegg Of Henderson, Hutcherson & Mccullough (HHM) Serving As Her Treasurer.

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Kelly Appoints Mary Beth Ikard And Karista Jones To Fill Vacancies In City Hall

Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Announced The Appointment Of Mary Beth Ikard As The City’s Director Of Communications, And Karitsa Mosley Jones To Head Up The City’s Community Forward Schools Partnership, Effective Yesterday.

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Advocates Chastise Nashville Officials For Opening Homeless Shelter In Old Jail

A Davidson County Group That Serves The Local Homeless Is Speaking Out Against The City’s Decision To Open A Homeless Shelter In An Empty Jail, Saying It Is Traumatic For Those Who Have To Go There.

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