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Rutherford County Clerk Re-Opens Doors and Auto Emission Testing to Re-Start
Rutherford County Clerk Re-Opens Doors and Auto Emission Testing to Re-Start

The Rutherford County Clerk's Office reopened on Friday (May 22, 2020, at 8 AM). Officials told WGNS that regular office hours will apply (8-4 M-Th / 8-5 F) as of Friday.

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Notice of Suspension of Vehicle Emissions Testing
Notice of Suspension of Vehicle Emissions Testing

The Division of Air Pollution Control will update this notice with details as to when vehicle emissions testing services will resume. The Division of Air Pollution Control will...

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Additional County Clerk Offices Expected as Rutherford County Grows
Additional County Clerk Offices Expected as Rutherford County Grows

As Rutherford County continues to grow, so does the number of vehicles on the roadway. More vehicles equals more lines in the county clerk office. Rutherford County Mayor Ernest Burgess stated...

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UPDATE: Auto Emission Testing May or May Not End
UPDATE: Auto Emission Testing May or May Not End

The law to end auto emission testing in Tennessee is not a done deal yet, but that does not mean that lawmakers aren't excited about it. State Representative Mike Sparks of Smyrna, TN commented...

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UPDATE: Rutherford County Delegation's Bill Moving Tennessee Away From Vehicle Emissions Testing Passes
UPDATE: Rutherford County Delegation's Bill Moving Tennessee Away From Vehicle Emissions Testing Passes

The idea for House Bill 1782 came following a report from the Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation (TDEC) released last August revealing that all 95 Tennessee counties met federal air quality health standards...

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Tennessee residents will be hit hard with new carbon dioxide emission laws
Tennessee residents will be hit hard with new carbon dioxide emission laws "$$$"

Tennessee’s electric cooperatives express concern following the release of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed guidelines that will limit emissions from thousands of existing power plants, including 11 coal plants operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority.

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