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First hearing on state fair case delayed
Metro lawyers weren't ready
Private companies vying to host state fair
Fairgrounds leadership wants to make decision by middle of next week
Remote start bill may launch larger discussion
Some council members want everyone to be able to warm their vehicles
Fairgrounds preservation bill faces deferral
Crafton says he wants to give council time to develop a plan for fairgrounds events
Meetings reveal lack of consensus on future of fairgrounds
Group clinging to hope of saving the site while mayor makes plans for development
Did elitism doom the fairgrounds?
Is it sad that history that ‘made our city so unique and special’ is being lost with the closing of the fairgrounds, or was it a symbol of a countrified Nashville that some couldn’t wait to shed?
Mayor's statement puts an end to State Fair
Metro to disband fair board, take control of property June 30
Rex: Carnies need love too
Rex smells an opponent for Evans, hears recently departed Blackburn Chief of Staff was pushed, and gets reports back from those spying on Kent WIlliams
‘My State Fair’ opens with thrill ride mania
It’s time for cotton candy, goat judging and thrill ride insanity, as the Tennessee State Fair kicks off with a midway bang Friday.
State fairground future on hold for now
A decision on what to do with the 117 acres of Metro-owned property best known for hosting the Tennessee State Fair won’t come until after September, according to the board’s chairman.
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