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Child support office exceeds collection goals by $250K
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Pictured, front row, from left, are Cindy Wiseman and Lisa Zavogiannis. Back row, Teresa Stinson, Miranda Davenport, Linda Trusty, Tammy Stover, Melanie Milstead and Kim Hammons.
The local district attorney general’s child support office has again been recognized by the state for its outstanding performance.“On June 6, the State of Tennessee Department of Human Services recognized the child support division for the 31st Judicial District attorney general’s office for exceeding their collection goals for the contract year of May 2015 to March 2016,” said District Attorney General Lisa Zavogiannis.The DA said the child support office, which serves Warren and Van Buren counties, disbursed collections of $3.51 million during the most recent period, exceeding the state’s goal by over a quarter-million dollars.“I’m proud of our child support division’s hard work and the exceptional results they continue to achieve for Warren and Van Buren counties on a yearly basis,” Zavogiannis said.