Opponents on the council — 10 of whom made their sentiments known at the Planning Commission's public hearing Thursday — said it would be difficult for the project to win that many votes.Getting 23-24 votes in support of May Town Center is still too close to 27 super majority for comfort. Hopefully, the opposition won't relax after winning last week at the Planning Commission.
"I think 27 is really hard," said Councilman Erik Cole of East Nashville. "I'd say there are somewhere in the 16 or 17 category who are fairly solidly against it."
Sunday, June 28, 2009
Council Member Says May Town Is 3 or 4 Votes Short of Needed Margin in Metro Council
According to Michael Cass:
Posted by S-townMike at 6/28/2009 10:15:00 PM
Labels: Bells Bend, Developments, Metro Council, Nashville, Rural Communities, Sprawl, Urbanism
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