Friday, July 26, 2013

One more chance to participate in planning the future of Nashville

The people who want to hold the line on taxes, who may favor auto-friendly streets, who want to maintain traditional suburbs, who want to protect property rights, who think ending crony capitalism should be a priority, who want to advance school choice, who think the way to combat poverty is to reduce incidents of single motherhood, and those who hold any number of other opinions that differ from those who want to see Nashville as a hip, progressive, liberal city sort of like San Francisco or Paris on the Cumberland have been absent from these meetings.

You have one more chance to have your voice heard. 

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