Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Council passes Mayor Barry's Tax for Tracks plan, keeps lower cost figure in referendum

Nashville council votes to keep lower cost-figure in transit referendum

The Tennessean - The Nashville Metro Council voted 30-6 Tuesday to advance Mayor Megan Barry's proposed transit referendum, bringing the measure just one more council reading away from getting cleared for the May 1 ballot.  In doing so, the council elected to keep the mayor's proposed $5.4 billion cost-figure in the referendum language, shooting down an amendment to rewrite it as $8.95 billion.

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