Last week, Metro Council passed a new $2.9 billion budget. It’s the largest budget in Nashville’s history, and it impacts every person in the city. But navigating how the budget is passed, and what’s actually in it, can be tricky. So, This Is Nashville invited Councilmember Burkley Allen, the chair of the council budget and […]
Nashville residents have until Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. to sign up for a two-minute talking slot at next week’s public hearing on the city budget.
Funding is up this year in Nashville’s latest blueprint for tackling city infrastructure projects.
Nashville has a new finance director — at least for the next few weeks.
Residents of the 37208 zip code in North Nashville will get a say in how to spend $2 million to benefit the community, which has historically seen less public and private investment than other parts of town. It’s the city’s first attempt at so-called “participatory budgeting.”
Nashville State Community College is trying to enroll more residents into its degree and tech programs ahead of the next school year, while hoping more students will utilize its GRAD program to take advantage of the extra financial and academic support after the pandemic.