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The long and winding road
A boon, a dagger to the environment, a failure and a revival: Will May Town, the city’s biggest private development in history, ever happen?
May Town Center plan may be cut in half
After withdrawing proposal, developer plans to resubmit scaled-down version
Does convention center help or hurt May Town Center?
Opponents and proponents ramping up rhetoric heading into Tuesday public hearing
May Town Center officially back on the table
Project will need 27 council votes to move forward
Council members may be forced to show stance on Music City Center
Committees to vote on financing plan before final Council decision
Convention center contract policy may be tweaked to ensure diversity
Minority- and women-owned businesses getting short stick so far
Rex: Titans crash Vanderbilt fundraiser
Jim Cooper treats potential opponent to dinner; Metro Council members hit the airwaves on proposed convention center
Black Caucus wants consequences for MCC minority contract failures
Mayor Karl Dean has said he wants more than 20 percent of spending on the convention center to go to small businesses or companies owned by minorities or females.
North Nashville wants post-May Town development dialogue
Mayor Dean takes area's concerns seriously, plans meeting to discuss future growth
Commentary: Laying out the nondiscrimination ordinance
Emotional discrimination issue separates conservative and liberal members of the Metro Council.
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