Gov. Lee Announces Appointees To Key Boards And Commissions

On Tuesday, January 12th, Governor Bill Lee Announced Appointees To A Series Of Key Boards And Commissions.

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Woman Begs Lee To Help Tennessee Towns Devastated By December Tornadoes

“Our Little Town Of 3000 Has 187 Homes Damaged Or Destroyed. The Majority Of Our Businesses Are Impacted, Many Leveled To The Ground. Samburg, Pop. 278, Is Similarly Devastated. Dresden And Samburg Have Both Lost City Hall, Police And Fire Departments.”

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IRS Extends Tax-Filing Deadline For Tennessee Tornado Victims

Victims Of The Recent Tornadoes In Parts Of Tennessee, As Well As Kentucky And Illinois, Will Have Until May 16th, 2022 To File Individual And Business Tax Returns And To Make Any Tax-Related Payments.

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Biden Approves Lee’s Request For TN State Of Emergency In Response To Tornadoes

Biden Declared A State Of Emergency In Tennessee On Tuesday After Tornadoes That Hit The State Overnight Friday Left Four Residents Dead. Gov. Bill Lee Asked Biden On Monday For The Declaration To Provide Assistance For Residents Of Cheatham, Decatur, Dickson, Dyer, Gibson, Lake, Obion, Stewart, And Weakley Counties.

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Governor Lee Seeks FEMA Assistance For Tennessee Counties Hit By Tornadoes

Yesterday, Governor Bill Lee Requested Aid From The Federal Emergency Management Agency For Nine Counties That Were Impacted By Tornadoes The Evening Of Friday, December 10th And Into Early Saturday, December 11th.

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Nearly $15 Million in Broadband Accessibility Grants Awarded Across Tennessee

The Tennessee Department Of Economic And Community Development Recently Announced Nearly $15 Million In Grant Money To Help Provide Broadband Access To A Number Of Unserved Residents.

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