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Spending Plan includes $150 million for schools, $120 million for transit and transportation, $82 million for public safety and criminal justice, and a $12 million investment in the Fairgrounds
Dr. Joseph will begin his work in Nashville on July 1.
Upgraded HD technology will allow for clearer, more crisp broadcasts of council meetings, events, public service announcements, and other Metro related content
Mayor Barry’s first State of Metro focuses on key priorities of education, transportation, and affordable housing to promote equitable growth and development.
NashvilleNext, the long-range plan for our community through 2040, has received the American Planning Assn’s award for the nation’s outstanding comprehensive plan.
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Committed to improving schools, developing a unified transportation plan, creating more affordable housing options, and continuing to grow our economy.
Megan Barry was elected September 10, 2015.
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