Thursday, April 11, 2013

Annexed Residents Asked to Participate in Census
The First Tennessee Development District will conduct a special census of newly annexed residents who have been incorporated into the City in the past 12 months. The census will be principally conducted in the vicinity of Colonial Heights on Thursday, April 11, 2013. Development District staff will be in white Honda Accord bearing First Tennessee Development District decals on the vehicle. Staff will have appropriate District identification. Development District staff will only ask a few simple questions which are essential to certifying the city’s population to the state of Tennessee.

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