Nov 01

Neighbors are invited to an open house on Nov...

Neighbors are invited to an open house on November 9 to learn about Let’s Move Nashville – Metro’s transportation solution and twenty-five year transit plan. This will be the focus of a referendum to be held in May to determine dedicated funding mechanisms for the $5.2 billion dollar plan. The open house will be at Lentz Public Health Center, 2500 Charlotte Avenue from 6 to 8 pm and will provide the opportunity to see where commuter rail, light rail, and significant bus improvements are proposed. The plan can also be viewed at http://letsmovenashville.com/

    Lets Move Nashville
    Metro's Transportation Solution is Metro's in-depth plan for a multi-modal system of interconnected bus, light rail, driving, biking and walking options.
    http://letsmovenashville.com

Oct 27

Updates and Events/Meetings for Oct. 27-Nov. 3

6-8 p.m., on Thursday, Nov. 9 at Lentz Public Health Center, Centennial Rooms on 2500 Charlotte Ave.

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12-2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 18 at the Coleman Park Community Center gym on 384 Thompson Lane.

6-8 p.m., on Monday, Nov. 20 at the East Nashville Magnet High School auditorium on 110 Gallatin Ave.

    Updates and Events/Meetings for Oct. 27-Nov. 3
    It has been another exciting week in District 17, and I hope you're enjoying a good start to the weekend. I have a few updates for the district, and then I'll dive in on what Mayor Barry's transit proposal will mean for us.public hearing on the Major League Soccer stadium proposal on Tuesday.
    http://colbysledge.nationbuilder.com

Oct 27

Nashvillians get first look at $5.2 billion mass transit proposal as Mayor Barry takes plan to the public

6-8 p.m., on Thursday, Nov. 2 at Lentz Public Health Center, Centennial Rooms on 2500 Charlotte Ave.

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12-2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 18 at the Coleman Park Community Center gym on 384 Thompson Lane.

6-8 p.m., on Monday, Nov. 20 at the East Nashville Magnet High School auditorium on 110 Gallatin Ave.

    Nashvillians get first look at $5.2 billion mass transit proposal as Mayor Barry takes plan to the public
    CLOSE A mix of supporters, skeptics and critics flocked to Mayor Megan Barry's first of six open forums being held to inform residents about her $5.2 billion mass transit plan. Barry hope to persuade Nashvillians to vote for a May referendum that would pave the way for the massive project.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Oct 26

There goes the neighborhood: New community names crop up in gentrifying Nashville

To Steve Westmoreland, whose family has lived in the area for decades, it’s simply North Nashville. Walking near the “27N. at City Heights” town home development, Westmoreland recalls his father paying $9,000 in 1989 for a single-family home near the corner of 26th and Clifton

    There goes the neighborhood: New community names crop up in gentrifying Nashville
    CLOSE Three years ago, a group of developers and real estate agents were brainstorming on rebranding a post-industrial area west of downtown. Someone threw out the name City Heights. "It stuck," said developer John Eldridge, whose E3 Construction Services has built 30 homes and plans 300 more for the area, some in the $400,000s.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Oct 20

Nashville asked for a bold transit plan; we got it

Thursday, Nov. 9, 6-8 p.m.: Lentz Public Health Center, Centennial Rooms, 2500 Charlotte Ave. 37209

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Saturday, Nov. 18, 12-2 p.m.: Coleman Park, gym, 384 Thompson Lane 37211

Monday, Nov. 20, 6-8 p.m.: East Nashville Magnet High, 110 Gallatin Ave. 37206

    Nashville asked for a bold transit plan; we got it
    CLOSE "Nashville area wants big, bold transit, so build it." The headline of The Tennessean's Aug. 21, 2016, editorial presented the case for a massive investment in the region's transit infrastructure along with a dedicated source of funding to pay for it.
    http://www.tennessean.com

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