Developers, 'Friends of Warner Parks' look to strike accord

City must decide whether to discard 27-year-old zoning plan that would allow apartments next to Warner Parks   More

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

Council won't vote on May Town next week

Rule prohibits vote on $4 billion mixed-use development  More

Councilman tries to save historic church building

Facing demolition, the 90-year-old church building on Charlotte Avenue has a hero in Holleman  More

Attorneys urged to settle NAACP rezoning case

At the end of 12 days of hearings, Nixon told lawyers for both sides to meet Monday to try to reach a settlement More

Schools CFO says rezoning a net loss for Metro

In testimony Chris Henson, the district's chief financial officer, says 'there would be more money spent' because of the rezoning plan More

Testimony: Former school board chair calls rezoning a 'gift of love'

Former school board chair Marsha Warden denies being pressured by white parents to rid their neighborhhod schools of black students More

Testimony: Chamber president showed no interest in rezoning

The Chamber of Commerce took no position and its president, Ralph Schulz, held no interest in the student assignment plan that ended cross-town busing in Nashville, the organization's chief educati More

Metro lawyer requests dismissal of NAACP rezoning case

Request denied by U.S. District Judge John Nixon More

School board members defend rezoning plan in federal court

Metro school board members David Fox and Mark North testified Thursday that giving parents choice was what motivated the district's rezoning plan More
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