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Mayor pleased with vote, talking hotel deal
Mayor Dean's agenda rolls forward with the help of most of the Metro Council
Mayor's green initiatives show some progress
Eight months after Mayor Karl Dean’s Green Ribbon Committee unveiled a list of sweeping goals and recommendations to
Fairgrounds group's lawyer says legal action just weeks away
The attorney said he plans to examine whether or not the Mayor's office and Fair Board followed proper procedure when they determined to close down the property.
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.
Mayor rolls out the latest recycling pitch
Mayor Dean to announce curbside recycling for more GSD neighborhoods
Dean makes Convention Center Authority appointments
Former Council member, AT&T boss and union rep on Mayor's list of nine
Federal grant puts 50 officers on the streets
Funding pays for new officers now, but after three years Metro will be responsible for their salaries and benefits
Dean endorses Coverstone for charter schools job
MNPS board member says 'it would be foolish for me not to be interested'
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Dean administration defends step-by-step approach to Convention Center
Mayor Karl Dean’s administration maintains Metro Council’s vote to approve the Metro Development and Housing Agency to begin land acquisition is simply the next step in the process and not a final decision on Music City Center.
How ‘green’ is your city? Committee’s goals presented Thursday
Mayor Karl Dean’s Green Ribbon committee will present on Thursday its recommendations on how to make Nashville one of the “greenest” cities in the country.
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