In a letter sent to the Metro Council, Kane says that he believes in the “power and potential of economic incentives” but they should honor the city’s core values and “invest in our teachers, families, and students first.” (link)
Metro, Bridgestone defend incentives ahead of key vote ...
by Eric Snyder, Nashville Business Journal, Dec. 2, 2014 -
Metro Council members were told Monday Bridgestone would likely be leaving ... be leaving
Nashville if not for the incentives, according to The Tennessean.