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Nashville Mayor David Briley announced that he will seek funds to demolish the old Greer Stadium to start the process of restoring that land to a park as originally intended.
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A total of 20 restaurants and honky-tonks on Lower Broadway will participate in the initial phase of the program, beginning in January 2018.
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Briley was elected Vice Mayor on September 10, 2015, and was elected Mayor on May 24, 2018.
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