Council passes $1.5B Metro budget

Budget cuts mean layoffs, pay freezes and skipping longevity bonuses More

Council amends budget to save 17 Metro workers

Nearly $787,000 moved around in budget to save Metro jobs More

Even with cuts, Hospital Authority comes up $1.5M short

CEO says Metro General must make up revenue or determine cuts More
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Dean wants General to remain 'viable' part of health care system

Consultants charged with analyzing Metro health spending, services More

Music City Center land acquisition bill breezes through Council

$75 million bill faces final hurdle June 2 More

Music City Center project could have ‘transparency’ Web site

Committee tags Web site that would show revenues/expenses to land acquisition bill More

Crafton re-files Music City Center resolution

District 22 Councilman Eric Crafton has re-filed his memorializing resolution stating Council’s desire that the proposed Music City Center be built without the use of property tax dollars. More
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Labor groups slam Dean’s budget proposal

'In these trying economic times, now is not the time for Mayor Dean to put Nashville’s working families in the unemployment line,' union leader says. More

Mayor’s Office wants to learn more about Schools’ budget

As budget cuts pile up, Dean and his team seeks more information from the district on how it plans to spend its money More

No tax increase in Mayor's budget

Working with less revenue than ever, Mayor Karl Dean’s administration presents budget with layoffs and cuts but no property tax increases for Nashville residents. More
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