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Potential Overlays

Inglewood Place-Jackson Park property owners are considering a new neighborhood conservation zoning overlay. In early January the proposal was amended to only include the Inglewood Place neighborhood.

The most recent public informational meeting was hosted by Councilman Davis and the neighborhood association on September 9, 2015 at the Litton Alumni Center on Gallatin Road. Earlier informational meetings took place on May 7, 2015 and November 22, 2010, also at the Litton Alumni Center on Gallatin Road. Another public informational meeting is planned for January 26, 2016, 6:30pm at Litton Alumni Center on Gallatin Road. The Planning Commission’s public hearing is scheduled for January 28, 2016 and Metro Council’s on February 2, 2016.

Dominate Development: How Neighborhoods Can Work With Developers

This is a free (registration required) half-day session to take place on March 5, 2016, 1pm-4pm. It is for neighborhood leaders and influencers who are interested in working with developers to assure that new projects are an asset to their community. Hear from neighborhood leaders, developers, and community activists. Learning objectives: obtain a rough overview of planning, zoning, and codes; learn the best ways to communicate with developers and councilmembers and gain skills to help build neighborhood consensus and communication and explore development management tools such as neighborhood enhancement agreements. The class is currently sold-out. If interested in being placed on a waiting list, please contact robin.zeigler@nashville.gov.

Opportunity for Contractors

The first Contractor's Authorization Training for Work in Historic Overlays was a huge success.

The MHZC has enacted a policy that will require that a contractor have a consultation meeting with MHZC staff before a preservation and building permit may be issued. To prevent holding-up the issuance of permits, the MHZC is offered a 1.5 hour class, specifically for contractors. Attendance authorized the contractor to receive permits immediately when they are available without the required consultation meeting. The purpose of the class and the consultations is to avoid simple yet costly and time-consuming violations and guide applicants through the process.

Are you interested in us offering this class again? Let us know by contacting robin.zeigler@nashville.gov.