Rules and Confirmation Committee Conducting Onsite Interviews this week.
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The Rules and Confirmation committee of Metro Council will be conducting onsite interviews with the 181 Community Oversight Board applicants this week.
Do you have a great idea about how Metro could more efficiently use existing resources? Do you know of a potentially money-saving tool? The Blue Ribbon Commission wants to hear from you.
Mayor Briley’s Nashville GRAD program will provide financial assistance for full-time students pursuing higher education in Davidson County.
Mayor David Briley announced a number of major policy changes that address race and gender disparities in how Metro contracts have been awarded, including recently filed Metro Council legislation.
Metro employees are now better protected against the impact of domestic violence under a new policy, and Mayor Briley also called on Nashville business leaders to implement similar strategies.
Mayor David Briley and US Senator Bill Frist launched a campaign Oct. 3 to plant and care for 500,000 trees across Nashville by 2050 in collaboration with private, nonprofit and philanthropic partners
Updated January 10: Metro Public Health continues to work with the Tennessee Department of Health, as well as other Metro Departments and community organizations in response to the outbreak.
One year ago, hubNashville revolutionized the transparency and efficiency of Metro's service delivery. Since its launch, residents have submitted more than 100,000 service requests.
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"This project will have a positive and lasting impact on our community," Mayor David Briley said. "It embraces growth and new opportunities while ensuring every resident benefits along with it."
Briley was elected Vice Mayor on September 10, 2015, and was elected Mayor on May 24, 2018.
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