TCSA Capitol Updates 2024

Capitol Update | April 26, 2024

Posted on 4/26/2024

Capitol Update | April 19, 2024

Posted on 4/19/2024

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2024 Legislative Conference Survey

This is a reminder if you attended the 2024 TCSA Legislative Conference, TCSA appreciates your feedback of the overall experience with the conference, lodging, meals, etc.

Please visit the 2024 TCSA Legislative Conference survey and complete it for a chance to win a FREE registration to TCSA's 2024 Fall Conference in October at Rutherford County, TN. 

Click Here to Fill out the Survey

2024 ACM Regional Meetings

 

The Association of County Mayors has announced its summer 2024 regional meetings for county mayors, partners, and interested county officials statewide. Each meeting will be held at local time, so please account for timezone changes if traveling cross-state. We look forward to seeing you there. 

To RSVP or request more information, please email ACM Director Anthony Holt or email Tanya Todd, Assistant Director for Membership Services. 

The details for each regional meeting are as follows: 

  • East Tennessee: Wednesday, July 17: Hofmann Airport in Sparta (11:00 am - 2:00 pm)
  • West Tennessee: Tuesday, July 9: Villa Castrioti in Lakeland (11:00 am - 2:00 pm)
  • Middle Tennessee: Monday, July 15: Williamson County Ag Expo Park (11:00 am - 2:00 pm)
  • Northeast Tennessee: Thursday, July 18: Chop House - Kodak, TN (11:00 am - 2:00 pm)
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Comptroller's Office Congratulates Nine Counties with Clean Audits

Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury Jason Mumpower is pleased to announce a significant accomplishment by nine Tennessee counties. These counties, which are audited by the Comptroller’s Division of Local Government Audit, have each received a clean audit report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023.

The nine counties are Campbell, Cannon, Cumberland, Loudon, McMinn, Robertson, Sevier, Stewart, and Union. The annual audits for these counties were completed without any findings. Audit findings are used to report on weaknesses, deficiencies, or areas of noncompliance within government operations.All nine counties are being recognized today at the Tennessee County Services Association Legislative Conference in Gatlinburg.

“These nine counties have worked hard to ensure strong accounting procedures and a system of internal controls that protects public resources,” said Comptroller Mumpower. “A clean audit is not easy to achieve. Congratulations to all.”

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TDHS Opens 2024 Families First Community Grant Program Applications

Approximately $5 million will be made available in funding to non-profits dedicated to strengthening Tennessee families, and support self-sufficiency.

NASHVILLE, TN – The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) has opened applications for the 2024 Families First Community Grant Program, an initiative that will make available approximately $5 million in funding to non-profit organizations providing direct services to strengthen Tennessee families in need and promote self-sufficiency. 

Qualifying non-profit organizations are invited to apply
 here through July 10 at 5 p.m. CST

Read the Full News Release Here

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