Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Alternative budget bill fails at Metro Council; second in two weeks

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — A bill to reduce Nashville’s 34% property tax hike came before Metro leaders Tuesday- but was struck down as invalid in its first reading. Councilman Steve Glover proposed a bill that would reduce the property tax levy down to 22%. Glover believes this is feasible, saying sales tax projections for 2020/2021 are lower than they should be in the budget and should be revised. (link)



Stay tuned.  As soon as the minutes are posted I will publish the list of how Council members voted. 

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