Monday, April 14, 2014
(NASHVILLE, TN) April 11, 2014– State Senator Bill Ketron (R-Murfreesboro) has been recognized by the Development Districts Association in Tennessee (TDDA) for legislative achievements benefitting the people of the 13th Senatorial District, which he represents. Ketron received the award on Thursday, April 10 as the group gathered for a statewide meeting in Nashville.
The Tennessee Development District Association is an association of the nine state-wide districts, which were established by the General Assembly under the Tennessee Development District Act of 1965. The Tennessee Development District Association was established to serve as a statewide forum for the diverse problems the districts must solve in their mission to serve 95 counties and some 350 municipalities
“The Development Districts do tremendous work and I am very honored to be recognized by them,” said Senator Ketron. “I look forward to continuing to work them to expand economic opportunities in our communities, as well as to provide assistance to citizens with disabilities and those with other essential needs.”