NASHVILLE – Following Tennessee’s success in the first round of the US Department of Education’s Race to the Top competition, the Teacher Evaluation Advisory Committee will conduct an Educators Outreach Summit Saturday, June 5, to hear from teachers and principals across the state.
Look for Licensed, Reputable Pesticide Applicators
NASHVILLE – While many homeowners are repairing and rebuilding after the flood, they may need to consider the impact flooding has had on their termite protection.
“Homeowners affected by the flood should consult a fully licensed and chartered pest control business before paying for costly termite retreatments,” said pesticide administrator Kathy Booker with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. “There are certain instances where retreatment may be necessary, but in general consumers should be wary of quick fixes promised by individuals who show up on their doorstep.”
Hazard Mitigation Specialists at Locations in Hendersonville, Jackson, Millington, Nashville and Smyrna Beginning May 31
NASHVILLE – People affected by the recent storms and flooding in Tennessee who are rebuilding can receive valuable information for projects around the house. Beginning Monday, May 31, hazard mitigation specialists with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be at locations in Hendersonville, Jackson, Millington, Nashville and Smyrna, Tenn.