Metro's share of this is $500 each for the anticipated 1000 new jobs or $500,0000 per year for a maximum of $2.5 million.. The resolution is on tonight's Council agenda. There is no requirement that the new employees live in Davidson County.
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While I think it is a shame that we must bribe companies to move to Nashville, stay in Nashville or expand here, I realize it is hard to stop playing the game. If we don't pay them to expand here, some other city will. So, while I don't like this trend, I am not sure we can do anything about it. This is one of those issues that I would like to oppose on principle but pragmatism persuades me to support.