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Metro's legal authority for closing Fairgrounds disputed
Preservation group says 100 years ago, Davidson County agreed to have a permanent State Fair and there is no provision in the law or the charter to cease operations.
Mayor's statement puts an end to State Fair
Metro to disband fair board, take control of property June 30
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
Lobbyist balks at Council transparency bill
Sponsor plans to defer bill for more fine-tuning
State fairground future on hold for now
A decision on what to do with the 117 acres of Metro-owned property best known for hosting the Tennessee State Fair won’t come until after September, according to the board’s chairman.
LaLonde, Belmont respond to negative mailer
The Nashville Neighborhood Defense Fund sent out a negative mailer piece to District 18 voters this week slamming candidate Kristine LaLonde for employment with Belmont University and tying her to prominent Nashville lobbyists.
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