Monday, April 16, 2007

This Is Turning into a Rout

According to the Richard Lawson at NaPo: today Metro found the Nashville Sounds in default of its current Greer Stadium lease for failure to upgrade the stadium so that it complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Forget just defaulting on the Downtown ballpark MOU; now the Sounds are in hot water regarding the ADA and probably justly so, since Metro has been sued for Greer's noncompliance in the past. The lease ends in 2008, which means that they could be homeless after that.


  1. Maybe they will move. Do we really need or want the Sounds any more?

  2. With the "letter of the law" approach the city is taking towards the Sounds, should the Predators now take the same approach as it decides whether or not to invoke the contractual clause regarding average minimum attendance?