Sheriff Hall frustrated by distribution 'equity' of Dean's proposed budget

$200K budget reduction 'isn't reasonable for the sheriff's office,' Hall says More

Dean reduces proposed tax hike in General Services District after legal questions

Mayor’s original 53-cent tax rate increase for Urban Services District will remain unchanged   More

Police, fire departments ask mayor for sizable budget expansions

Chief Steve Anderson says half of $8.2M additional funds would retain 50 officers hired by federal grant More

Former finance chief gives his two cents on property tax hike

Property tax hike may be necessary barring cuts to city services More

Required spending leads to downgrade of some Metro bonds

Metro Water and Sewer bonds still stable, finance director says More

No rate hikes expected for water services

Normal bump in rates will still take effect   More

Metro likely to pay just over 10 percent of total repair costs

Individual departments will have to find ways to pay their own damages, finance director says More

Three Metro departments busting budgets

Parks, public works and the Hospital Authority exceeding budgets More

Construction on convention center to begin Monday

Board approves financing for first phase, which includes demolitions on Music City Center footprint  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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