Thursday, January 10, 2019

Nashville honky-tonk owners move to flex political muscle

The Tennessean - In a local politics development that could only happen in Nashville, lower Broadway honky-tonk owners have created a political action committee with the goal of impacting this year’s Metro election. .... the massive growth has led to complications for honky-tonk owners, who have complained about policing, trash collection, historic zoning regulations and other issues. ...The Downtowners Committee for Action raised over $20,000 in 2018 and headed into the new year with $18,500. A new round of fundraising solicitations from former Metro Councilwoman Emily Evans, who is helping direct the PAC, went out in recent days. (link)

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