Any transportation funding plan that seeks to use general fund money instead ofa gas tax increase is a non starter, Lt. Gov Randy McNally said Thursday.”It’s a user fee and we want to keep it that way,” McNally told reporters on Thursday. “If we do transfer money from the general fund over to the transportation fund, it’s really more Tennesseans are actually paying the tax or fee than they would under a gas and diesel tax increase, because a lot of that is paid by people that are out of state.”The Oak Ridge Republican’s comments come one day after House leadership said they were working on an alternative proposal that does not rely on an increase to the tax on gasoline.Gov.
A friend recently purchased a Los Angeles home in a small, hillside community called Angelino Heights. Angelino Heights is the first neighborhood in Los Angeles to be designated a Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ). In an HPOZ, homeowners are not allowed to alter the appearance of their homes without the consent of a board of community members and architects.
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However, if one were to view this provision barring a defense of post complaint payment in the context of the provision that speaks of treble damages for any loss of wages and benefits, it is possible to give this provision the meaning likely intended by the Legislature. Although this Court is not aware of any legislative history on the subject, it is apparent that the Legislature wished to deter an employer from failing timely to pay wages and then, when a complaint was filed against it, effectively mooting the claim by then making payment. If this tardy payment were allowed to mitigate damages, the wage earner claim would not truly be mooted, since her wage payment would still be untimely, but the damages would simply be the money interest the wage earner lost from the delay in obtaining this money, which would likely be a trifling amount when considered against the time and expense of litigation, even if it were trebled..