ATVG met in October 2016 for their fall meeting in Gatlinburg, TN at the Clarion Hotel. The membership adopted the final draft of updated bylaws for the organization. See the updated bylaws here.
ATVG Newsletter has been posted for membership. Check out latest news from the TVA here.
Plan now to attend the fall meeting of the Association of Tenneessee Valley Governments annual fall meeting at the Clarion Inn in Beautiful Gatlinburg, TN October 18/19/20, 2016.
Draft copy of updated draft of ATVG BYLAWS have been posted for membership viewing and comments. See draft copy of Updated Bylaws here.
The Association of Tennessee Valley Governments will meet July 20, 21 , 2016 at the Double Tree by Hilton in Decatur, AL
Reserve your room now by calling 256-445-3156
ATVG Executive Director Mike Arms wishes to remind members to please be sure to register for our ATVG meeting in Chattanooga scheduled for January 27th and 28th. The tour of the TVA Power Center Trading Floor will be in the afternoon of the 27th (Wednesday) and the morning of the 28th (Thursday) the tour of Raccoon Mountain Pump Storage Plant is scheduled. We have a number of other outstanding program presentations scheduled including TVA Payment-in-Lieu-of-Taxes. As always we have a great dinner planned for everyone. We will also be voting on a new board member from Marshall County Kentucky, Brad Warning. Hope to see you in January and be sure to make your room reservation now at the Chattanooga Marriott, Two Carter Plaza Chattanooga, TN 37402; phone: 423-756-0002.
View Agenda and Registration form here. See You In Chattanooga!
The ATVG Board of Directors passed a resolution during the October 2015 meeting to present to the Tennessee Valley Authority in support of TVA purchasing needed coal and natural gas to produce energy from local counties TVA serves.
TVA purchases a broad mix of coal and natural gas from a multitude of geographic markets based on transportation cost, quality of the fuel source and numerous other factors. This would greatly enhance revenue and profits to economies of many energy producing counties in the Tennessee Valley and greatly impact unemployment rates within those energy producing counties.