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A new EPA regulation requires contractors be certified to guard against lead poisoning, but Alexander argues that could hinder recovery. Updated with a statement from the EPA.Read more ›
One of Nashville’s two water treatment plants will remain out of commission through the end of the month. In the meantime, Nashville’s mayor says the city’s water conservation efforts are paying off.Read more ›
The rural county, some 50 miles southwest of Nashville, will eventually receive federal reimbursements for most of the cleanup cost. But first it has to find a way to cover those costs up front.Read more ›
The federal Small Business Administration has started working out loan deals to help Middle Tennesseans cover the costs of flood recovery. SBA officials say thousands could be eligible for loans, and today they opened up a temporary office downtown to take applications.Read more ›
Davidson County DRC closes, DRCs in Cheatham, Hickman and Montgomery Counties convert to Loan Centers, and Flood Repair Permits are being issued.Read more ›
Nashville-based Centerstone has won a five-million dollar stimulus grant to help Middle Tennesseans train for and find health care jobs.Read more ›