Final public meeting set on 43rd Avenue alley controversy

Councilman wants to abandon alley; critics worry it will lead to further industrial uses in neighborhood More

Alley removal pits west Nashville neighbors against councilman

Residents say abandonment is first step toward industrial rezoning More

Remote start bill may launch larger discussion

Some council members want everyone to be able to warm their vehicles More

Council one step closer to allowing remote starts

Ban on outdoor sale or giveaway of pets approved More

Councilman tweaks bill that would legalize remote starts

Road to warming up cars paved with obstacles More

Councilman wants remote starts legalized

Bill would tweak law to allow remote starting devices More

Faith and fairness at odds in nondiscrimination policy

Debate becomes heated as anti-bias ordinance passes second reading More

Buddy Baker takes nondiscrimination ordinance personally

Conservative Catholic Councilman's gay son died of AIDS-related complications More

Handicapping the nondiscrimination vote

The bill to update Metro’s nondiscrimination ordinance will be on second reading at the Aug. 18 Council meeting. More

Commentary: Laying out the nondiscrimination ordinance

Emotional discrimination issue separates conservative and liberal members of the Metro Council. More
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