The Black Nashville Assembly seeks to get more people involved in local government through grassroots organizing.
Nashville election officials say their systems ran smoothly this month and that they’re hopeful that they’ve increased public trust in voting. In certifying the city’s election results Thursday, they noted lessons learned about accommodating COVID-positive voters and what it takes to process more than 34,000 mail-in ballots.
Some Nashville Farmer’s Market vendors will get rent relief from the local government. During Tuesday’s meeting, the Metro Council voted to spend $500,000 of the city’s federal CARES Act money to help the business owners.
Nashville has $24.8 million of unallocated federal CARES Act money.
The Nashville Taxpayer Protection Act proposed canceling the recent 34% property tax increase, restricting future increases and limiting other city council powers.
On the first day of the “Nashville Taxpayer Protection Act” trial, the central question was if the petition is legal and can go before voters.
There was a day when Curious Nashville listener Kymberly Horth voted at Belle Meade City Hall and then drove through Berry Hill. It made her wonder about those places, and how they relate to Davidson County: Why do Berry Hill and Belle Meade have their own police departments? Are there any other special services these […]
Nashville lawyer Jim Roberts has made feisty lawsuits against the Metro government a central part of his practice. So when a substantial property tax increase passed, he says some downtown business owners began seeking an attorney, and his name quickly surfaced.
Davidson County Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle is planning to issue a decision on the fate of the city’s tax referendum by Election Day on Nov. 3.
Both the Davidson County Election Commission and the group “4Good Government” are heading to court to try to hash out whether a proposed referendum will appear on a special ballot in December.