March 28, 2008
Senator McNally Recognized as Legislator of the Year
(NASHVILLE, TN), March 27, 2008 – State Senator Randy McNally (R-Oak Ridge) has been recognized as “Legislator of the Year” by the Tennessee Development District Association (TDDA). McNally received the award on Wednesday at a luncheon in Nashville attended by members of the organization statewide.
The TDDA is an association of Tennessee’s nine development districts, which are regional planning and economic development organizations. These policy boards within each District are made up of the state’s 95 Counties and 340 municipalities. They assist local community organizations in a number of ways, including planning and economic
development coordination, transportation, solid waste, loans and grants for water and sewer systems, housing, tourism, SBA loans, air quality and services to the elderly.
The awards are given on the basis of nominations from each of the nine development districts to those legislators who have shown leadership and put forth considerable effort on behalf of their cities and counties. McNally was the Senator chosen within the East Tennessee Development District which encompasses Morgan, Roane, Loudon, Monroe, Blount, Sevier, Knox, Anderson, Scott, Campbell, Union, Claiborne, Grainger, Hamblen, Jefferson, Sevier and Cocke Counties.
Senator McNally with LaDue Bouldin, East Tennessee Vice President of TDDA