Hamilton County Schools Vehicle Being Used For Uber, Lyft & Door Dash Leads To Indictment

An Investigation Has Resulted In The Indictment Of David Eaves, The Former Transportation Manager For Hamilton County Schools. Investigators Determined That He Used His Work-Assigned Vehicle To Perform Work For Commercial Food Delivery And Rideshare Services On At Least 933 Occasions During School Work Hours.

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Tennessee Comptroller’s Property Reappraisal Bill Derailed By Tax Cap Argument

A Tennessee Bill Designed To Expedite Property Reappraisals And Keep Counties From Hemorrhaging Revenue Appears To Have Been Caught In A Battle Over A Measure To Tamp Down Large Property Tax Increases.

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Former Assistant District Attorney Indicted After Double-Dipping In Pay

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Resulted In The Indictment Of James DeFoor, A Former Assistant District Attorney In The 26th Judicial District Comprised Of Chester, Henderson, And Madison Counties.

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Former Hamilton County Schools Assistant Nutrition Director Indicted For Theft

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Resulted In The Indictment Of Andrew Woodbury, The Former Assistant Director Of The Hamilton County Schools Department Of School Nutrition.

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Tennessee Bill Requires Local Governments To Attest They Have Not Sought, Received Grants Relative To United Nations Plans To Infringe On Personal Property Rights

Tennessee Legislation, That Currently Awaits The Signature Of Governor Lee, Requires That Local Governments Present A Written Attestation To The Comptroller That They Have Not Sought Or Received A Grant In Intentional Pursuit Of Policies Relative To The United Nations’ Climate Agenda That Could Infringe On Personal Property Rights.

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Treasurer Fired After Being Accused Of Stealing $74K From Fire Department In Sparta, Tennessee

The Former Treasurer Of The Mt. Gilead Volunteer Fire Department In Sparta Is Accused Of Knowingly Misappropriating Nearly $74,000 From The Department And White County Firefighters Association, According To An Investigation From The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office.

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Investigation Raises Concerns About Nashville Nonprofit’s Use Of Grant Funds

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Shows That A Nashville-Based Nonprofit Used Grant Money To Make $42,249.74 Of Unallowable Payments, Including Checks Written To The Executive Director.

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