Monday, June 01, 2009
Metro Police Officer Attempts to Discourage Home Buyers in Salemtown
A Salemtown resident reported at tonight's neighborhood association meeting that some potential buyers told her that, when were waiting for her to show her townhouse, a passing Metro police officer suggested they might not want to live here. Police attending the SNNA meeting responded that the department does not condone officers attempting to depress the hyper-local housing market while on duty. They also said that they would pass on their disappointment to the Central Precinct.
Posted by S-townMike at 6/01/2009 09:33:00 PM
Labels: Ethics, Housing Market, Metro Police, Nashville, Salemtown
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