The Second Session of the 113th General Assembly will convene in Nashville on Jan. 9, 2024.
It is important that municipal officials are prepared to educate their legislators on the needs of our cities and towns.
Use the icons below to access video and one pager content for TML's Legislative Agenda and watch video with essential economic perspective to know as we head into next year's legislative session.
The Historic Revenue Sharing Relationship (State Shared Sales Tax)
Stipend to CMFOs
1. are a current municipal employee, who
2. obtained the certification prior to July 2022, and
3. have maintained certification at least three years
Adjusting Reappraisal Cycles
The Comptroller intends to allow a county to shorten their respective reappraisal cycles to either 1, 2, 3, or 4-year cycles. The TML Board of Directors has directed staff to support the Comptroller’s proposal and seek an agreement on fair and equitable sharing of costs.
Voluntary Housing Incentives
The TML Board of Directors has directed staff to support the City of Chattanooga’s efforts to enact legislation that allows cities to offer voluntary incentives to reduce the cost to build and offer homes at a price point that is more affordable to a larger number of Tennesseans.
The Sales Tax Growth Gap
Averaging the sales tax growth of all municipalities skews the reality that a gap exists between the state's sales tax growth and the growth of each town and city in Tennessee.
State Budget Expectations