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Recall signatures delivered
More than 1,200 signatures to recall District 5 Councilwoman Pam Murray have been submitted to the Metro Clerk today
UPDATE: Potential District 5 recall debate cancelled
No word on why community forum Thursday evening at McFerrin Neighborhood Center won't go as planned.
Councilwoman hit with another ethics complaint
Complaint claims that Pam Murray violated ethical standards when she used Metro Council resources to mail out a flier concerning a community meeting
Amended state law makes Murray recall easier
Amendment reduces the number of signatures needed to force recall of East Nashville Council member
Constituent refutes Murray's harassment complaint
Property owner: I only called twice before she called the cops
Murray files harassment complaints against constituents
Metro Councilwoman says constitutents are 'repeatedly calling her place of business about Council issues.'
Committee close to forcing Murray recall election
A recall election requires 15 percent of the registered voters in the district, which would be about 900 voters.
Citizens file notice to recall Councilwoman Murray
A notice to recall controversial Councilwoman Pam Murray was filed with the Metro Clerk’s office on Friday,
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Commentary: Laying out the nondiscrimination ordinance
Emotional discrimination issue separates conservative and liberal members of the Metro Council.
Murray withdraws controversial zoning bill
Councilwoman supported rezoning the property, although many neighbors opposed it.
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