Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Public hearing on Inclusionary zoning, Wed. Nov. 11, 5:30PM

  • Wed, Nov 11, 5:30 PM
  • Sonny West Conference Center, Howard Office Building, 700 Second Avenue South
  • Public meeting on inclusionary housing - more on that issue on the Planning Dept's Inclusionary Housing Feasibility and Policy Study page at http://www.nashville.gov/Planning-Depart...
Please show up at this meeting and express your opposition to this proposed policy of price-fixing and taking of private property.  Developers, home builders, and advocates of private property rights need to be heard from at this meeting. One can be sure that the enemies of liberty, those ignorant of economics and "housing advocates" will be out in force.

The State very well may prohibit the enactment of a local inclusionary zoning policy or nullify any local inclusionary ordinance that does get passed, but we cannot count on that. A show of opposition from local people may encourage the committee charged with developing an inclusionary zoning policy to propose something less draconian that what they might otherwise propose.  Members of the State legislature may be more inclined to protect us from this misguided policy if there is a vocal local opposition.

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