The plan’s top investments include education and city maintenance — such as upgrades to fire stations, libraries and greenways. It also devotes around $39 million to transit needs and $25 million toward early investments into the East Bank development.
Drivers in Nashville may be sighing with relief as temperatures thaw and residential streets are no longer ice rinks. But there are other — ahem — bumps in the road. As the ice melts, Nashville is beginning to see some new Olympic-size potholes in its roads and highways.
Earlier this month, judge David Briley fined Carney of Off the Wagon Tours $1500 for operating his wagons full of partiers, pulled by John Deere tractors, through Downtown Nashville without a license. Carney also faces 40 days in jail for continuing his tours after the judge ordered him to stop.
If you’ve ever scrounged around your car looking for parking meter change, that won’t be necessary much longer in Nashville.
The Metro Council doesn’t want license plate readers to be used for immigration enforcement.
There are four amendments Davidson County voters will see on their Aug. 4 ballots.
Help name Nashville’s newest street sweeper.
Nashville will test out license plate readers in a six-month pilot program.