Post Tagged with: "John Arriola"

DA Says Arriola Resignation “Puts This Matter to Bed”

DA Says Arriola Resignation “Puts This Matter to Bed”

by / on June 25, 2012

The threat of facing a grand jury helped convince Davidson County Clerk John Arriola to resign after a fight to keep his job. News reports and then multiple audits uncovered mismanagement in his office. Prosecutors say resignation is the most “beneficial resolution” because there were “no clear-cut violations of criminal law.”

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Council Calls on Arriola to Resign

Council Calls on Arriola to Resign

by / on February 22, 2012

Last night, the Metro Council passed a resolution calling on Davidson County Clerk John Arriola to resign.

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DA Asks TBI, Auditors to Investigate Arriola

by / on July 15, 2011

District Attorney Torry Johnson says he’s asking the state to look into possible wrongdoing by Davidson County Clerk John Arriola. A Channel Five investigation questioned whether Arriola placed someone on his payroll who doesn’t actually perform a job for the clerk’s office. Those reports also said Arriola charges for officiating at weddings.

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Clerks Watch Business Tax Collections Drop with State Takeover

by / on July 6, 2011

A predicted increase in business taxes has not materialized after the state took over collections from county clerks. The Tennessee Department of Revenue argued it was better equipped to crack down on delinquent businesses. But instead of $21 million in new revenue, collections for 2010 were only slightly higher than the prior year.

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Betrothed Immigrants Flock to Davidson County Clerk

Betrothed Immigrants Flock to Davidson County Clerk

by / on February 4, 2011

The Davidson County Clerk’s office has become something of a marriage factory over the last few years. Undocumented aliens, once prevented from marrying, are now allowed to wed in Tennessee. And many are getting hitched in Nashville.

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County Clerks Holding Hands of Some Businesses in Tax Collection Transition

by / on December 16, 2009

As the state takes over collection of business taxes from local governments, county clerks are having to hold the hands of some businesses through the transition.

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State Finds 5,600 Business Tax Accounts Unpaid

by / on December 16, 2009

A change in who collects business taxes in Tennessee has already uncovered 5,600 potential accounts going unpaid.

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