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Group looks to mend fences toppled during May Town debate
Wednesday meeting called in order to open a dialogue about future collaborations between TSU and the West Nashville communities.
Cooper reacts to talk of primary challenge
Congressman says he won't respond to threats from a liberal national PAC because 'they don't live here'
New grant allows Metro to focus on urban corridors
On the two-year anniversary of his inauguration Dean reiterated his desire for infill development
Council plucks backyard poultry bill
I do believe in my heart we don’t need to have poultry in the urban services district,' councilman Carl Burch says
Council moving to allow backyard fowl, with exceptions
A surprise hot topic on Metro Council this year has been the issue of allowing residents to keep chickens in their backyards in residential areas
Broad Logic: Locking down Craddock's liabilities
Councilman's honesty an responsiveness have drawn support from the liberal quarter of Council, but can it outweigh his lack of experience in the race for criminal court clerk?
Commentary: Laying out the nondiscrimination ordinance
Emotional discrimination issue separates conservative and liberal members of the Metro Council.
Broad Logic: Council’s welcome shift to the left
If our last Metro Council was like a collective of home-schooled temperance union virgins, our current Council is like a liberal arts college’s randy hemp club on spring break.
Lobbyist balks at Council transparency bill
Sponsor plans to defer bill for more fine-tuning
Some relief for beleaguered community education program
Members of Metro Council’s Budget and Finance Committee on Monday voted to allocate $60,000 from the community education program’s enterprise fund to make up for shortfall
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