Monthly Archives: May 2010

    • Making Nashville Greener and More Resilient

      The Mayor's Office, The Land Trust for Tennessee and The Conservation Fund invite you to a special event on June 3rd to help shape the future of Nashville's natural and cultural resources. The recent flood is a bold reminder of how important the health and strength of our natural infrastructure is to our well being. Come to one of the following workshops on June 3rd to discuss how we can make Nashville greener and more resilient.
      Written by Callie Hughes
    • Tax Credit Extension at Gale Park

      Gale Park is a new mini-neighborhood development coming to Gale Lane. Nowhere else in this area can you find a new construction single-family home in the $250's. And for the next three sales, the developers are offering an extension of the recently expired tax credit! The next three buyers at Gale Park will get $8000 to take off the price, put towards upgrades, or use towards closing costs. There are already ten homes sold at Gale Park, so hurry up and take advantage of this opportunity!
      Written by Callie Hughes
    • Greenways Temporarily Closed Due to Flooding

      For safety reasons, Metro Parks closed Greenways on Monday pending a safety assessment after last weekend's flooding. Some greenways sustained significant damage to bridges, boardwalks and barriers. Some sections of trail are impassable, and Metro Parks has deemed it in the best interest and safety of users to close the trails system until further notice.
      Written by Callie Hughes
    • Flood Memo from the Mayor’s Office

      This memo is directly from the Mayor's Office. Lots of good information in here. Hope everyone is safe out there. Village is doing what we can to help. Stay tuned for info about a food drive we are participating in to help the Second Harvest Food Bank and how donations to the Village Fund will go directly to local flood relief efforts.
      Written by Callie Hughes
    • Nashville Flood 2010

      Devastating flooding in Nashville's urban core. Hopefully the river will crest soon and waters will start to recede. Our Church Street office downtown fared well, thankfully. Hillsboro Village location in great shape, and Franklin office survived too. East Nashville office has some water in the basement, but it could be so much worse.
      Written by Callie Hughes

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