Tuesday, January 23, 2007
Salemtown Association Votes to Oppose Car Wash Exemption Resolution
Salemtown Neighbors Neighborhood Association voted unanimously tonight to authorize their Executive Board to send a letter to Metro Council Members and the Mayor opposing the Car Wash Exemption Bill, which has already caused an ethics controversy for Council Member Diane Neighbors and has spurred outcries among other neighborhood groups. SNNA joins several other associations and the Nashville Neighborhood Alliance in opposing special exemptions for select businesses. Once the letter is written, signed, and sent I will post it to Enclave.
Posted by S-townMike at 1/23/2007 10:10:00 PM
Labels: Car Wash Exemption, Diane Neighbors, Ethics, Metro Council, Nashville, Salemtown
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