'No, “on the job training” will be necessary for me if elected the next Mayor of Nashville'
Bill Freeman may have only owned ONE apartment complex as a young man, but in spite of all his bootstrapping he still may need "on the job training" about extraneous comma placement.
Issue another 600 millions dollars of public debt, or whatever the actual cost would be, but use it to build all of the sidewalks everywhere instead of a convention center.
It might not bring any new tourists to town, but it would have immediate returns for health, safety, the environment, traffic, transit accessibility, property values, and the general attractiveness of Nashville as a city to people looking to relocate their families and businesses here. On top of that, think of all of the jobs we would create to pull off such a massive undertaking.
IN other local beer news, Nashville BrewPost started shipping their first orders today. http://nashvillebrewpost.com/
"Register’s plan includes insuring every parent makes an active choice on where best to send their children, he said."
Great! Now when a child attends a failing school, it will only be the fault of the parent for actively choosing to send their child to a shithole instead of the fault of the school district for having shitty schools.
This progress minded reform is sure to convince all of those deadbeat MNPS parents to take a more active role in their child's education! I can't see any reason to think that the parents who are already struggling to make it to parent teacher conferences while juggling their work schedules and childcare won't be able to carve out a couple of days here or there to actively research every single school in east nashville and figure out which one is the best fit for their child.
Re: Tracy "I've had no one discuss this project with me"
That's why we have a department of transportation. So they can do the transportation stuff. As a legislator, your job is to produce wacky antics, not design transportation facilities.
It was my first concert ever too. I went with my much older brother, who read the newspaper the entire time. I was 11. golly.
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