The Tennessee Municipal League recently celebrated its 75th Annual Conference in Chattanooga and recognized several longtime conference supporters. TACIR is one of eight companies and state agencies recognized for their continued partnership with the League and for their commitment to serve Tennessee cities and towns. The Commission includes four members nominated by TML and began exhibiting at its conference in 1986. Read about all eight groups saluted at the conference in the latest issue of Tennessee Town and City.
TACIR has partnered with the Middle Tennessee State University Business and Economic Research Center to provide an Internet site to track the state economy during the recovery from the recession that began in December 2007. The site will permit the reader to follow labor force status including employment and unemployment numbers; housing data including a housing price index and construction activity; and sales tax collections. These data are available for the state and for 10 Metropolitan Statistical Areas across the state. Presented graphically, the data may also be downloaded for use at the reader’s convenience. (More)
Serve as a forum for the discussion and resolution of intergovernmental problems; provide high quality research support to state and local government officials in order to improve the overall quality of government in Tennessee; and to improve the effectiveness of the intergovernmental system in order to better serve the citizens of Tennessee.