A Good Analysis of Fairgrounds Opposition

  The mayor and Reibling both state that the Fairgrounds have a "cumulative revenue loss of $3.6 million" over the past five years. We do not accept this figure as accurate, but for the sake of this argument let's say it's correct. That comes out to be about $700,000 per year. So using their own... Continue Reading →

If You Have Something to Say — A Plea to Move Out of Middle School Behavior

Earlier today Michael Cass of the Tennessean published a blog post that attempted to suggest that Councilman Duane Dominy's legislation regarding the Fairgrounds was driven by his relationship with a neighbor invested in the racetrack. Exploring Councilman Dominy's motives for suggesting the legislation is certainly within the bounds of good and proper investigation. However, what... Continue Reading →

What’s The Deal with the Fairgrounds?

Recently I've been following the Nashville Neighborhoods Google Group, hearing about some of the issues that are of importance to neighborhood groups throughout the city. Last week the buzz was all about the Electronic Sign Zoning which seems to be a big concern, however since that was deferred indefinitely, the buzz has moved back to... Continue Reading →

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