For the most part entertainment vehicles have gone unregulated until this past week, when the Metro Transportation Licensing Commission established rules and started awarding permits.
Nashville leaders are pushing for the Metro government to reimburse travel expenses for any employee who has to travel outside of Tennessee for an abortion.
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Nashville leaders have decided to close down the city’s central COVID vaccination and testing site. They say demand has dried up, with just a trickle of cars coming through each day.
Since 2014, more than 400 people have been killed in traffic crashes in Nashville.
If Nashville’s government offered transgender inclusive health benefits, it could be protection from future discrimination complaints and would make the employer more equitable — the Metro Human Relations Commission report argues.
When NFL Draft organizers cut down cherry trees in downtown Nashville to build a temporary stage in 2019, it caused a public outcry. But it also sparked a two-year effort to design the city’s first proposed ordinance to protect trees on public property.
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.”