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The Warren County Commission's Policy and Personnel Committee will meet Friday to discuss a resolution to adopt a public records policy for Warren County government.
The meeting will begin at 3:30 at the Administrative Building.
Tennessee's unemployment rate for the month of March was 5.1 percent, down from the February rate of 5.3. That's according to Tennessee Labor Commissioner Burns Phillips.
This progress matches the U.S. rate's decline of two-tenths of a percentage point to 4.5 percent.
Phillips said the report shows Tennesseans are finding work in a growing workforce.
Over the past year, Tennessee's unemployment rate increased by half a percentage point from 4.6 percent while the national rate decreased by half a point.
Warren County government and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation will sponsor the Household Hazardous Waste Collection event Saturday at Three Star Mall. The event will go from 9am-1pm.
The event will accept such items as cleaning fluids, oven cleaners, paint thinners and removers, adhesives, unused medications, lawn and garden chemicals, herbicides, oil and fuel additives and coolants.
they will not accept medical waste, alkaline batteries, explosives, paint, electronics, fireworks, ammunition, or radioactive waste.
For more information, you can call 473-2381, extension 1007.
McMinnville Police will be taking part in the National Drug Take-Back Day event on Saturday, April 29th.
The public may take their unused or expired medications to police headquarters on Red Road. This will enable police to dispose of the drugs safely. It will also keep the medications out of the wrong hands.
The event will go from 10am-2pm.
Ignite for Progress Warren County will host an Earth Day celebration Thursday evening at Ramsey Park.
The event will begin at 5:30pm and will include a park dedication and guest speakers. The speakers will include Murray Gheesling from Tennessee State Parks.
The public is invited.