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**Public Notice **    The public is hereby notified of a Special Called Meeting of the Nashville Town Council on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 7:00 PM in Town Council Chambers.  This meeting will be held for the purpose of:  Consideration of participation in the Downtown Strong Initiative; Closed Session for personnel and for real estate.  The public is invited to attend.

**Public Notice**     The Town Council of the Town of Nashville will  hold a   Public Hearing  on  Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 7:00 pm in Town Council Chambers at which  time the council will hear public comments on   the application from the  Nashville Chamber of Commerce   for the 23rd Annual Nashville Blooming Festival from May 8-11, 2019,  on the application from the Sudan's Shriner's for a Ceremonial Parade  on May 18, 2019, and on  the application from the Church on the Rise for a Color Run 5k  on October 12, 2019.

 

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CRIME TIPS - PROTECTING YOURSELF FROM IDENTITY THEFT AND FRAUD

How it can happen:

  • Stolen mail.
  • Search through trash.
  • Phony postal change of address form
  • Stolen wallets and purses
  • Misrepresentation to secure a credit report of credit cards.
  • Obtain or purchase personal information from the internet.
  • Counterfeit identification.
  • Illegal access into computers.

Things to do to avoid being a victim:

  • Do not carry documents like Social Security card, passport or birth certificate except when necessary.
  • Limit the number of credit cards or checks you carry.
  • Shred all credit card receipts, solicitations, canceled checks and financial documents.
  • Do not give document numbers or any other information over the phone unless you know the caller is legitimate.
  • Do not include your Social Security number on checks.
  • Call your credit card company if your card is expired and you did not receive a new one.
  • Do not send sensitive information unless it is encrypted on a secure web site.
  • Never write down PINs and passwords; memorize them.
  • Review account statements carefully and report any suspicious activity.
  • Make sure your computer has current anti-virus software.

If you suspect that you are a victim:

  • Contact your Police Department and file a report.
  • Notify your bank and credit card companies.
  • File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
  • Place a fraud alert on your credit file.

To file a complaint with the FTC:

To place a fraud alert on your credit file contact: