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 Calendar Notes February 2019

District 8 Items in front of the Metro Council

In the "this is taking forever" category: On 2nd Reading - the authorization for the right of way easements for Madison Station Blvd.| Bill BL2019-1480  #paceofgovernment  Construction at Neely's and Gallatin Pike between the restaurants still expected to have groundbreaking with Mayor BrielyBriley this Spring. 
  • 808 Skyline Ridge Specific Plan across from Music City Solar and HCA Skyline Exhibit with Roadway Expansion  The 808 at Skyline Ridge is on the consent agenda for first reading| Bill BL2019-1511 
  • Weddings at Historic Landmark - Carter-Smith House Site Plan The Historic Landmark uses at the Mayo Barn (Carter-Smith house) approved at the Planning Commission is on consent for first reading at council | Bill BL2019-1506 
  • Yorke Place Townhomes in Madison on W. Due West on Public Hearing | Bill BL2019-1466 

Oakwood Park Sneak Peek

Opening Spring 2019 (Tentatively Sat April 13 10 am - subject to change.)

Amazing walk through Oakwood Park - final touches happen early Spring with a Ribbon Cutting being set with Mayor David Briley, Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation and the now being formed Friends of Oakwood Park.
We still have trails to cut through and basketball court resurfacing that requires the temps to be above 50 degrees and rising with no rain. There are many things that will be finalized before the opening in April.
If you want to help with the ribbon cutting or other opportunities to participate, please reach out to the Friends of Oakwood Park.


  • TDOT has responded to my request to get Ellington Parkway north of Trinity Lane added to the maintenance work list. The folks of D8 will be happy to see the potholes & pavement problems addressed. Particularly around the exits all the way to Briarville.
  • PROPERTY TAX RELIEF DEADLINE APRIL 5: Metro Trustee Charlie Cardwell is reminding eligible property owners over 65 who may qualify for the Tax Relief program (income less than $29,270) and the Tax Freeze program (income less than $41,780). Totally disabled and Disabled Veterans also may qualify. Email for information   The Property Assessor will be at Fifty Forward Madison Station February 12 10am - 12pm.
  • Impossible Crossings: The numbers of people killed and severely injured while walking in Nashville is on the rise. In 2017 we set a new record with 23 people killed while walking. In 2018 we matched that previously unmet record.  No one should be killed walking in our city. Let's commit to eliminating traffic fatalities. 
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Moon over Madison on Hamblen Drive and Highland Circle 7 am Jan 21, photo by NVR

NVR4D8 2019 Campaign Has Begun

We had a great launch for the campaign and raised 25% of our fundraising goal by Jan 31.  Please consider a contribution to help us makes sure that communication stays strong and the tools are in place for me to hear from you as we continue our momentum together.
Contribute to the 2019 Campaign
Vice Chair, Parks, Library & Arts Committee
Metro Nashville Innovations Committee
Convention, Tourism and Public Entertainment Facilities Committee
Health, Hospitals & Social Services Committee
Metro Nashville Diversity Advisory Committee 
Paid for by Nancy VanReece 4 Metro Council,  Lisa McCauley, Treasurer 
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