#HighwayShutdown: We now know WHY a local car club shut down I-24 Saturday night. They’re upset about being pushed out of meeting space for car clubs, and want the city, to do something about it. The Night Goonz car club says the protest was to get the attention of Mayor David Briley – their full statement inside.
For several minutes an organized group of drivers shut down Interstate 24, while performing the antics in the video
It’s back – the vote is TONIGHT to round up your NES bill without asking:
“The Metropolitan Council hereby goes on record as formally requesting NES to implement a customer-remove Round-Up donation program, such that all ratepayers will be enrolled in the program automatically, creating a reasonable and sustainable source of revenue for its low-income weatherization program.”
“Some African American men have had problems with police force, and police authority, but that’s because of how their upbringing was, and the environment they’re in.”
TDOT’s District Operations Supervisor Greg Woerdeman thought it was just another day at work Friday, when he was set to give an update to the press, but by the time he talked about plows and belly scrapers, and made promises to ‘get it cleaned up for you by morning’ viewers found a new viral sensation. #TDOTHottie
Thanks to Metro Council Member Freddie O’Connell, it’s no longer illegal to deliver beer in Nashville after 11 p.m.
All Metro Council member Russ Pulley had to do was tell his constituent ‘NO’, he wouldn’t help her break the law. Instead, he conspired with codes to issue her an illegal permit to have a business with customers coming to her home – a privilege denied to every other Nashvillian. It turns out ‘NEW’ Nashville is just as corrupt as ‘old’ Nashville.
A school board member asking teachers to show up in masks. A judge on the radio asking black listeners to show up and fill the seats first. Welcome to the first Metro School Board meeting of 2019, tonight at 5 p.m.
Patient Nyema Jackson, 36, and paramedic Zachary Pruitt, 36, were killed after they were ejected from the rear of an ambulance during a crash on I-40 Friday night. Excessive speed for the road conditions is the preliminary ruling on the cause of the wreck.
Metro Nashville has been quietly handling their response to the transgender shaming incident by multiple city employees in October. Along the way, they have shown some signs of progress. However, they also took 28 days to ask the victim’s name, and are considering a city-wide response that does nothing to address the behavior of the employees. Goodlettsville, however, addressed the incident with a passion, and moved forward with the support of their community.