May 04

Updates and Events/Meetings for May 4-11

CASE 2018-172: Emily Johns, appellant and Aspen Development, owner of the property located at 917 and 919 South Street, requesting a variance from sidewalk requirements in the R6 District, to construct two single family residences.

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...anything on the agenda, the meeting is at 1 p.m. at the MNPS Boardroom, 2601 Bransford Ave. You can also write to the BZA at bza@nashville.gov, but you must email...

CASE 2018-047: Grover Collins, appellant and Victoria Fields, owner of the property located at 2225 10th Avenue S, Units 201, 202, 203 and 207, requesting an Item A appeal of the cancellation of four short term rental permits based on SP zoning district restrictions.

CASE 2018-156: Nokomis Brown, appellant and owner of the property located at 1011 W. Grove Street, requesting an Item A appeal, challenging the zoning administrator's denial of a short term rental permit.

CASE 2018-177: Kristen Newton, appellant and Tusk Brothers, owner of the property located at 413 Houston Street, requesting requesting a variances from sidewalk requirements and from wall/fence height in the CS District, for renovations to an existing building.

CASE 2018-183: Justin Crandall, appellant and Clearwater Properties, LLC, owner of the property located at 455 Humphreys Street, requesting variances from sidewalk, parking and side buffer requirements in the MUL District, to construct a new apartment complex with four units

Mayor Briley will hold a Town Hall Meeting at Coleman Park Community Center (384 Thompson Ln) from 6:30-8 p.m.

    Updates and Events/Meetings for May 4-11
    Another eventful and historic week in Nashville is behind us. As you well know, the transit referendum failed to pass, and by a wide margin. This is particularly disappointing to District 17, which voted to support the transit plan. But we will go back to work and continue to seek solutions to a transportation problem that is not going away.
    http://colbysledge.nationbuilder.com

Apr 27

Updates and Events/Meetings for April 27-May 5

CASE 2018-116: Ryan Snellen, appellant and owner of the property located at 924 Archer Street, requesting Item A appeal, challenging the zoning administrator's denial of a short term rental permit. Applicant operated prior to obtaining the legally required permit.

CASE 2018-137: Richard Fewell, appellant and owner of the property located at 1419 Edgehill Road, requesting Item A appeal, challenging the zoning administrator's denial of a short term rental permit. Applicant operated prior to obtaining the legally required permit.

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We also have an exciting new park on the horizon: Azafrán Park, next to Casa Azafrán. Everyone is invited to the grand opening of Azafrán Park on Friday, May 18th at 10 a.m. at 2187 Nolensville Pike. Neighbors can RSVP here.

Third reading: abandoning an easement at 700 Hamilton Ave.

...the meeting at 1 p.m. at the Sonny West Conference Center, Howard Office Building, 700 2nd Ave S. You can also write to the BZA at bza@nashville.gov, but you must email...

CASE 2017-430: Brian Carter, appellant and Woody Welch, owner of the property located at 414 Woodycrest Avenue, requesting a setback variance from fence requirements in the IR District, to construct a masonry wall along the front of property line.

CASE 2018-047: Grover Collins, appellant and Victoria Fields, owner of the property located at 2225 10th Avenue S, Units 201, 202, 203 and 207, requesting an Item A appeal of the cancellation of four short term rental permits based on SP zoning district restrictions.

CASE 2018-104: Bob Bernstein, appellant and owner of the property located at 952 Clayton Avenue, requesting a variance from sidewalk requirements in the R10 District, to construct an addition and convert the detached garage into a second single family residence.

CASE 2018-124: Paul Chinetti, appellant and owner of the property located at 1255 1st Avenue South, requesting an Item A appeal, challenging the zoning administrator's denial of a short term rental permit.

CASE 2018-139: McLean Construction, appellant and Affordable Housing Resources, Inc., owner of the property located at 41 N. Hill Street, requesting a variance from sidewalk requirements in the R6 District, to construct a single family residence. 

Seay-Hubbard UMC (1116 1st Ave S) Fish Fry starting at 9 a.m.

    Updates and Events/Meetings for April 27-May 5
    This Saturday is the Rock 'N' Roll Marathon, which means road closures in portions of District 17. You can see our portion of the race in the map below; portions of the following streets will be closed (times in parentheses): 17th Ave S between the roundabout and Magnolia Blvd (5:45-9:30 a.m.)
    http://colbysledge.nationbuilder.com

Apr 23

  • Outdoor Student-Centered Environment

    Ms. Porter is asking for $538.71:
    My students need two storage units for our school garden supplies, tomato cages, and a Plant Cells kit to learn about gardening outdoors.
    Rose Park Magnet Middle School Comment

Apr 18

  • Gearing Up Our FIRST Robotics LEGO League

    Ms. Porter is asking for $1710.55:
    My students need FIRST Robotics Lego League notebooks, 3 Chromebooks, storage containers, and Lego Mindstorms replacement kits to compete nationally.
    Rose Park Magnet Middle School Comment

Apr 17

Apr 16

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Outdoor Learning & Science

    Mrs. Vincent is asking for $969.15:
    My students need 3 Chromebooks and outdoor seating to learn outside with our school garden.
    Rose Park Magnet Middle School Comment
  • Outdoor Student-Centered Environment

    Ms. Jemison is asking for $914.87:
    My students need a storage unit for our school garden supplies, tomato cages, and iPads with cases to learn about gardening outdoors.
    Rose Park Magnet Middle School Comment

Apr 14

  • Gearing Up Our FIRST Lego League

    Ms. Porter is asking for $2112.38:
    My students need 6 new iPads to go along with FIRST Lego League kits to compete nationally.
    Rose Park Magnet Middle School Comment

Apr 13

Updates and Events/Meetings for April 13-21

The Edgehill Annual Spring Health Fair is going on today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Gernert Studio Apartments, 1101 Edgehill Ave.

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First, our D17 Second Saturday meeting is at 8:30 a.m. at the SNAP Center (1224 Martin St). Breakfast is provided, so please join us!

WeHome Day will be from 1-4 p.m. at Track One (1211 4th Ave S.). Wedgewood-Houston, Chestnut Hill and Napier neighbors will be getting together with local artists and Metro Planning to celebrate the neighborhoods, meet the podcast hosts and guests and enjoy time together.

Only one D17 bill on Tuesday's agenda: abandoning an easement at 700 Hamilton Ave.

    Updates and Events/Meetings for April 13-21
    Only one D17 bill on Tuesday's agenda: abandoning an easement at 700 Hamilton Ave. The Edgehill Annual Spring Health Fair is going on today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Gernert Studio Apartments, 1101 Edgehill Ave. Several events, including D17 Second Saturday at SNAP Center (see above).
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Apr 13

  • Outdoor Learning Through Gardening

    Ms. Porter is asking for $999.22:
    My students need 80 bags of garden soil, raised garden beds, and an Ipad to expand our outdoor garden.
    Rose Park Magnet Middle School Comment

Apr 06

  • Volleyball Madness

    Ms. Jemison is asking for $403.32:
    My students need volleyballs to use in our growing volleyball club.
    Rose Park Magnet Middle School Comment

Mar 30

Mar 29

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Volleyball Knee Protection

    Mrs. Vincent is asking for $374.19:
    My students need volleyball knee pads as dive and slide to victory.
    Rose Park Magnet Middle School Comment
  • Bridging Computer Science & Science

    Ms. Porter is asking for $2421.14:
    I need to attend the Pathfinders Summer Institute to learn how to incorporate Computer Science into Science.
    Rose Park Magnet Middle School Comment

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