City's lack of quality low-income housing leaves few options for working poor

Investors shun tax credits, causing a drop in affordable residential development More

Changes loom for Metro employee pensions

Five-year employment requirement could be altered to 10 years More

Mayor names veteran Anderson Metro's full-time chief of police

35-year department professional was the only applicant for the position  More

Council to consider cornucopia of hot-topic issues Tuesday

Convention center issues aside, Tuesday agenda touches on key community concerns, including guns in parks More
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Councilman, commission at odds over public art

Tygard believes neighborhoods outside of downtown haven’t received their fair share of art projects when he said the original intent of the law was to install art throughout Nashville. More
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Riebeling: The fiscal provocateur

Standing at the intersection of finance and public policy, Richard Riebeling is one of Nashville’s most important figures. So why don’t Council members invite him to their dinner parties? More
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Powerful neighborhood associations shaping Nashville development

Strong in number and process savvy — neighborhood associations have gained more and more traction and voice within the development community More

Analysis: Don’t expect Jameson to leave Council quietly

Come 2011, the District 6 Metro councilman will be finished with politics, he says, content to return to his family and his law practice. More
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Jameson sees 2011 as ‘finish line’ of his political career

Councilman tells The City Paper that he will be finished with politics and will give his time to his family and his law practice.   More

Broad Logic: Council’s welcome shift to the left

If our last Metro Council was like a collective of home-schooled temperance union virgins, our current Council is like a liberal arts college’s randy hemp club on spring break.   More
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