I hope the Tn Reg Authority blocks this grab for profits. The requested 28 percent increase is far beyond the utility's actual and projected needs. I seriously question the 15-cent-a-day estimated impact on each Chatt household. The utility must be counting a lot of addresses without running water. The financial impact on typical Chatt residents will be a lot more than 15 cents a day, and the increase will be an extreme hardship on many local businesses. The water utility's demand for a 28 percent rate increase is an example of greedy arrogance, and it is impossible to justify based on the utility's own financial statements. The public is getting scammed and the Regulatory Authority is our last hope.
Get the facts before frying this guy. What a lynch mob mentality! He had no idea about the woman's age and he was set up in a Barney Fife police sting. Her age was misrepresented throughout. He may need to find a better way to meet women, but he isn't some child molester. The cops should be sued for destroying this guy's career. He is a great teacher and neighbor. What a shame to see him destroyed by lunatics.
Please tell me you are a bank loan officer so I can stop by and sign up for your generous terms. No interest, no penalty. Pay only if you happen to have a job. I'm in.
Actually student loan terms are very generous, with reduced (or zero) interest rates while in school, and plenty of repayment time (usually 10 years) after graduating.
The issue here involves honor and integrity. Skipping out on your student loans demonstrates neither.
Good, and about time, too. They can pay their loans and subsequently get their license back.
They defaulted, pure and simple. The loan terms weren't hidden or deceiving, so it is reasonable to demand they be held accountable. They cheated the funding system to gain a career and now that they have been caught their career is on hold. This common sense tactic will motivate many repayments or refinancings. Rule #1: always pay your govt loans.
I've been a fleet vehicle cost analyst for 25 years and I can say with certainty there is no reason why mileage reimbursement should be 20 cents for city and 30 cents for outside the city. This is another example of Littlefield not knowing what he is doing. What a fool.