Council meetings convene at 6:30 p.m. and are held in the David Scobey Council Chamber in the Metropolitan Courthouse.
Upcoming Council Meeting Dates 2019
November 5, 2019 | November 19, 2019
NOTICE: In addition, The Metro Council Office now publishes individual committee notifications regarding which bills and resolutions are before each committee:
Hon. Nancy VanReece has been assigned to the following committees for 2019-2020:
Vice-Chair Conventions, Tourism and Public Facilities
Planning, Zoning and Historic Committee
Parks, Libraries and Arts Committee
The Metropolitan Council is the legislative authority of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, a city-county consolidated government created on April 1, 1963.
The Council is a 40-member body of elected representatives of which 35 are elected by district and 5 are elected at-large, or county-wide. The presiding officer is the Vice Mayor, who is elected at-large by the citizens of Nashville and Davidson County. Members are elected to serve a term of four years.
By Charter the regular meetings of the Council are held on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. Meetings convene at 6:30 p.m. The meetings are held in the David Scobey Council Chamber in the Historic Metro Courthouse, One Public Square in downtown Nashville. All meetings are open to the public.
The Metropolitan Council convenes for regular meetings the first and third Tuesdays of every month at 6:30 p.m. Meetings are broadcast live at Metro Nashville Network on Nashville's Comcast Channel 3 and are streamed live at the live stream site. Meetings are scheduled for repeat through the course of the following weeks, check program listing for times.
Nashville Bill BL2019-14 An ordinance to amend the Geographic Information Systems Street and Alley Centerline Layer for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing the name of Worth Street to “Creative Way”
Nashville Bill BL2019-24 Amending an existing SP for a portion of property located at 204 Ben Allen Road, approximately 190 feet east of Morningside Dr, zoned SP (4.18 acres), to permit 19 multi-family residential units. ”
Nashville Bill BL2019-2 An ordinance amending Section 2.212.030 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws to modify valuation limits for the blighted property grant program.
Bill BL2019-3 An ordinance amending Metropolitan Code Chapters 5.20 and 17.40 authorizing the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to come under the provisions of Tennessee Code Annotated Section 67-5-218 and establishing a Historic Property Review Board empowered to abate property taxes relating to certain improvements or restorations made to historic properties (Proposal No. 2019Z-018TX-001).
Nashville | Resolution RS2019-48 A resolution celebrating the Votes for Women Project, a permanent exhibit set to open at the Nashville Public Library in Spring 2020. WHEREAS, the Metropolitan Council, in collaboration with the Council’s Women’s Caucus and the Mayor’s Council on the State of Women, will bring a series of Resolutions honoring the women’s suffrage movement to honor the Centennial celebration of the ratification of the 19th Amendment in August 2020 … #NASHSUFFRAGE100 | #WOMENSVOTE100
Nashville | Resolution RS2019-49 A resolution recognizing October 2019 as LGBT History Month in Nashville and Davidson County and October 11, 2019 as National Coming Out Day. #ncod #lgbthistory Presented by the LGBT Caucus of the Metro Council
Nashville Resolution RS2019-31 (as amended) A resolution expressing the support & commitment of the Metropolitan Council toward principles constituting a Community Covenant with the aim of increasing prosperity & reducing poverty in Nashville & Davidson Co.
Resolution RS2019-70 A resolution accepting a grant from Jarvis Signs to The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Nashville Parks and Recreation Department, to provide a memorial sign in honor of Metro Police Officer Eric Mumaw near the Neely’s Bend boat ramp in Peeler Park.
Resolution RS2019-86 A resolution requesting that the President of the United States and Congress of the United States enact comprehensive immigration reform and give Nashville’s qualified undocumented neighbors a path to citizenship and an opportunity to fully participate in the life of our community without fear.
Resolution RS2019-87 A Resolution recognizing November 20, 2019 as Transgender Day of Remembrance in Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee.
"The high-quality housing Buffalo trail will ensure that many of Madison and Nashville's hard-working families can live close to their jobs, Cedar Hill Park and the growing Dickerson Pike community of businesses and neighborhoods,” said Councilmember Nancy VanReece who represents District 8.
"This development builds on the millions of dollars that have already been committed by both private and public investment throughout Madison, Maplewood, and Inglewood neighborhoods in District 8 that are creating vibrant mix-income communities throughout the northeast corridor of Davidson County."
The growth and camaraderie at the Madison Rivergate Chamber of Commerce is infectious. If you are doing business, or want to do business, North of Briley Parkway you should apply for membership and join the inventible economic growth.
We are all celebrating the completion of this new Hampton Inn & Suites location.
“We see this as a unique chance to help shape Nashville’s most prominent point of entry to the north," said Jarratt Bell, managing partner in Skyline Hospitality LLC, referring to the project location near Interstate 65 and Briley Parkway. "I expect further development to complement the Skyline community over the next few years."
Rock’n Dough Pizza Co began life as a Food Truck, traveling around Memphis, TN and serving up pizza. After a year or so of successfully slinging pizza pies from the truck, Rock’n Dough opened a brick-and-mortar location in Memphis. 12 months later, Rock’n Dough opened a restaurant and brewery in on Jackson Walk Plaza in the heart of downtown Jackson, TN. Followed by a Germantown, TN (outside Memphis) location. Rock’n Dough is continuing to grow, with a third restaurant NOW OPEN in Nashville, TN.
This will play all statements made by Nancy VanReece during Metro Council Meetings, Planning Commission Meetings, Historic Commission Meetings, Board of Zoning Appeals, or in the news.
Join me for an open office hour. No agenda, just conversation.
Coffee with NVR September 18, 2019 . 8:30 am - 9:30 am Hampton Inn & Suites Skyline 3451 Dickerson Road, Nashville, TN 37207
Coffee with NVR October 16, 2019, 8:30 am - 9:30 am Sidekicks Cafe 1202 South Graycroft Ave, Madison, Tennessee 37115
Will return in January 2020
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