Planners reject May Town Center; fate rests with Council

Vote comes after nearly seven hours of public comments and intense deliberation More

Commentary: Mayor hits mute button on May Town Center

Where does Dean stand on May Town Center? The real answer is no one knows. More

Key Councilman slams May Town Center

Erik Cole says development would leave Nashville with “an environmental blemish.” More

Planners to weigh economic impact of May Town Center

Public hearing today will consider impact study that shows some overlap between new development, downtown More

Will politics outpace facts on May Town Center?

Politics and race play some of the bigger roles toward getting approval of Bells Bend development More

Corporate courtship is not what it used to be

For the project’s supporters, much of the May Town argument has been couched in terms of regional sparring. More

News Analysis: Bells Bend's balancing act

Metro planners gambling with the idea that it can tie Bells Bend to economic growth without sacrificing its natural character More

Surprise: West Nashville Councilman against May Town

Buddy Baker now opposes the controversial development More

With revisions, Planning Department still recommends May Town Center approval

The recommendations point out the developers’ “aggressive land conservation plan” would conserve the surrounding rural area. More

Letters to the Editor

Pastoral preservation please More
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