Changes to Tennessee law could force you to pay access fees to inspect public records.Currently free, governments and municipalities are considering charging citizens fees to read and examine any records that are part of the typical governmental process, such as inspections, deeds and licenses.Deborah Fisher, executive director of Tennessee Coalition for Open Government, answered five questions being posed by the state’s Office of Open Records Counsel in upcoming hearings on fees Sept. 15 17 in Knoxville, Nashville and Jackson.Open Records Counsel Ann Butterworth is gathering comments in advance of making a recommendation in January on whether the law should be changed to allow governments to charge citizens to look at public records.Below are TCOG responses to the five questions.1. Should the TPRA (Tennessee Public Records Act) permit record custodians to charge for inspection of public records?No.
“Clearly, Under Armour is trying to broaden the breadth and depth of its products, but it’s an aspect of really trying to ramp up the global nature of the business,” said Auburn Bell, an affiliate professor of marketing at Loyola University Maryland. “Under Armour is at an inflection point in its growth. As it relates to a lot of categories but they’ve realized internally that international growth is a needed part of the strategy.”.
At least one women group has no problems with the switch. Deborah Slaner Larkin, the chief executive of the Women Sports Foundation, would like to see all schools remove the “Lady” tags from nicknames of women teams. Larkin said using “Lady” at the front of a nickname “makes it seem not as important” as the men teams..
Ben McAdoo had to know Mike McCarthy was salivating for a TD right before the half, but he still tried to run Rainey on third and 1 rather than use one of his better suited running backs. The Rainey kickoff return also goes on the coaching staff as a mental error; he needs to know the rules better even if he is the backup returner behind Harris. It’s also tough not having your best athlete, Odell Beckham Jr., on the field playing safety to help knock down that Hail Mary.
The sneaker print was found to make the same impressions found at the murder scene, prosecutors alleged in court documents.In addition to analyzing the sneaker print, the defense private investigator also canvassed the crime scene and interviewed witnesses, according to court papers.Collins, of the100 block West Ashdale Street, Philadelphia, and Walton, 22, of the 600 block of State Street, Pottstown, have notified Judge Wendy Demchick Alloy they are waging joint defense at trial next month.Prosecutors Samantha Cauffman and Benjamin McKenna are handling the case.Collins and Bradley were friends who often worked together in drug activities, prosecutors previously alleged, and the murder is believed to be related to a dispute over money from those dealings. The two had gotten into arguments over missing money and began accusing each other of stealing, detectives alleged. March 20.