Craddock offers alternative to protecting sexual orientation in the workplace

Councilman wants diversity training rather than new nondiscrimination policy, which would add sexual orientation as a protected class More

Council passes $1.5B Metro budget

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

Craddock calls out Water Department over stormwater fee letter

Councilman says letter puts onus on legislators not Dean and water department More

Council members question Chief Serpas’ management decisions

Lack of an outside audit for Metro Police crime statistics and the use of ‘take-home’ cars drew complaints More

Rex: Taxpayer-funded lobbyists?

Does Dean-supported charter schools bill's failure in legislature show weakness in mayor's ability to gain control of Metro Schools?   More

Music City Center land acquisition bill breezes through Council

$75 million bill faces final hurdle June 2 More

Metro Human Relations director defends Chamber trip

Kelvin Jones says his trip with a Chamber of Commerce contingency to Denver was funded by Metro, but was justified. More

Argument ends first day of Council budget hearings

Metro HR commission chief pressed on issues such as line item expenditures for advertising, travel and outreach. More

Absent-minded Council members?

In an effort to speed up Metro Council meetings, vice mayor moves discussion on proposed bills to committee gatherings, but attendance appears to be lacking More
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