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Monday News Rodeo: Leaks at the Museum, Scooter Ban, and Bye PK: Mayor David Briley notified the seven dockless scooter companies operating in Nashville Friday that he would be submitting legislation to the Metro Council to effectively ban them from operating in the city. The move comes one day before the deadline for those companies to submit revised safety ...
Thursday News Rodeo: Metro Budget, Confederate Monument Vandalism, and New Scooter Guidelines: The Metro Council failed by one vote to adopt a substitute budget Tuesday night that would have levied a 15.8 percent property tax increase to boost teacher raises and other other public services, instead reverting to the budget proposed by mayor David Briley. The mayor had said he would veto an...
Monday News Rodeo: Downtown Apple Store, Bonnaroo Traffic, and a Rocket Factory: Tomorrow’s council meeting could set the stage for the city’s first property tax increase in several years if one of three substitute budget proposals are approved. Five budgets, including the mayor’s submitted one, will be voted on. There are several new state laws taking effect July 1, ranging...

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