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Clarksville City Councilman appointed by Governor Haslam

 

The Seal of the State of TennesseeNashville, TN – A Clarksville city councilman has been appointed to a state board by Governor Bill Haslam.  It was announced today that Ward 1 councilman Nick Steward has been appointed to The Tennessee Pest Control and Licensing and Advisory Board.

This board meets to consider special licenses for individuals who meet minimum qualifications for certain categories of pesticide application. Steward is expected to take the oath of office November 1st in a ceremony at the Clarksville Board of Realtors. Steward is a first term city councilman, replacing Barbara Johnson in North Clarksville.

The Tennessee Pest Control and Licensing and Advisory Board is a seven member board representing the pest control industry and consumers. The board sets standards for licensing in categories of pesticide application. The board also advises the Tennessee Board of Agriculture.

In his letter to Steward, Haslam indicated it was important to ensure that Tennessee’s boards and commissions are filled with dedicated and qualified citizens. 

“I am encouraged that Governor Haslam is including Clarksville more in state government.” Steward said, ” I look forward to serving Clarksville and the people of Tennessee in this capacity.”


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