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Van Buren County seeks to block Inn closure, pushes relocation of new Inn

Van Buren County seeks to block Inn closure, pushes relocation of new Inn

TSEA December 15, 2017 Comments Off on Van Buren County seeks to block Inn closure, pushes relocation of new Inn

The Van Buren County Commission and other local elected leaders during a meeting Thursday night announced they are investigating possible legal action to halt the Haslam administration’s plans to demolish and rebuild the Fall

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IMPORTANT – Van Buren Co. Commission MTG 6 p.m. Tomorrow 12/14 @ Fall Creek Falls

IMPORTANT – Van Buren Co. Commission MTG 6 p.m. Tomorrow 12/14 @ Fall Creek Falls

TSEA December 13, 2017 Comments Off on IMPORTANT – Van Buren Co. Commission MTG 6 p.m. Tomorrow 12/14 @ Fall Creek Falls

There will be a special meeting of the Van Buren County Commission 6 p.m. tomorrow 12/14 at Fall Creek Falls Inn to discuss the impending April 2 closure and demolition of the Fall Creek Falls Inn

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Haslam abandons outsourcing park operations

Haslam abandons outsourcing park operations

TSEA August 25, 2017 Comments Off on Haslam abandons outsourcing park operations

The Haslam administration announced it will no longer pursue outsourcing the management and operations of any of Tennessee’s state parks. The announcement was made by Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Commissioner Bob Martineau

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Fall Creek Falls outsourcing plan postponed

Fall Creek Falls outsourcing plan postponed

TSEA March 1, 2017 Comments Off on Fall Creek Falls outsourcing plan postponed

The Department of Environment and Conservation has postponed plans to outsource at Fall Creek Falls state park according to an amendment published today on the Department of General Services website. “As of now, TDEC has delayed their plan to

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TSEA calls for economic impact statement on outsourcing

TSEA calls for economic impact statement on outsourcing

TSEA February 22, 2017 Comments Off on TSEA calls for economic impact statement on outsourcing

NASHVILLE – During a presentation Tuesday before the Senate Finance, Ways, and Means Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee, the Tennessee State Employees Association called for an economic impact statement for outsourcing plans at Tennessee’s state parks, higher

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