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On June 8, 2020, Mayor Cooper announced that Metro will start a full body-worn camera implementation process throughout the MNPD.
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Facing two historic challenges and an estimated $470 million in lost revenue, Mayor Cooper presented substantial savings and a $1.00 property tax increase as part of a "crisis budget" for Nashville.
In 2020's State of Metro address, Mayor Cooper discussed Nashville's response to the March 3 tornado, the COVID-19 outbreak, and ongoing financial challenges.
Get the latest information and advice from the Metro Public Health Department on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and how it affects Metro services.
On March 3, 2020, a devastating storm hit Nashville causing widespread damage. Metro is providing information regarding our response to the storm.
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Cooper was elected Mayor on September 12, 2019.
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