Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Metro Council District 29 E-Newsletter

Metro Council District 29 E-Newsletter


This District 29-E Newsletter will provide updates for District 29. If you have any information you would like to share with the district, please email me and it will be included. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve you and our beautiful District 29.
My term as your District 29 council member officially began on September 1st. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve you. I will work hard to provide you with information that will give you the opportunity to give feedback and to be involved where possible. I began my first day meeting with Metro Parks Greenway representatives in identifying areas in our district that we can enhance for walking and also areas for our pets. How exciting. I look forward to sharing with you information where we can work together to make our district the most desirable area in Davidson County to live.

District 29 Community Meeting
Our District's first community meeting has been scheduled for MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 at 6:30 pm LAKEVIEW DESIGN CENTER SCHOOL. Invited are representatives from MTA (Metro Transit Authority) and OEM (Office of Emergency Management). You will be able to learn of the grant money that is available to place tornado sirens in our district and ask questions and share what services you would like to see as well as give feedback on the newly added buslink for District 29. Please make plans to attend. I look forward to seeing you.

District 29 Office Hours
District 29 office hours will be held regularly every month in addition to our planned community meetings to give everyone the opportunity to meet and talk with me as your council member in multiple ways so that your ideas and concerns can be addressed. My goal is to serve you and to deliver to our district what you expect. My first office hours will take place in a special fashion with a Breakfast at Krystal's where neighbors in our community hold monthly breakfast club meetings. Please come join me and your neighbors for breakfast and conversation on Saturday, September 17, 2011 from 9:00 am until 11:30 am. A schedule of office hours and the locations will be posted on our district website which will be announced soon in the next newsletter and blog which is as well as facebook for each month.

Education, shopping to mix at Hickory Hollow mall By Joe Morris Updated 11:07AM

It’s been written off, even making its way onto a website chronicling dying shopping centers. But Hickory Hollow Mall isn’t finished yet.
An exodus of anchor tenants and smaller retailers in the last decade, coupled with negative coverage due to alleged gang activity on and around the premises, spooked shoppers and led to empty parking spaces.
In the last 12 months, however, the facility’s fortunes have taken a decided turn for the better, albeit in a bumpy fashion. After a few stops and starts, Metro Nashville is moving into the site in a big way, and Nashville State Community College is heading a multi-pronged educational component for other portions of the mall. Click here to read entire article.

Brush Pickup for District 29

Please remember our Brush Pickup for our area in Davidson County which is area 4 is scheduled to begin Tuesday, September 27, 2011. You can click here for the entire schedule.

Our District's new Beautification Commissioner will be taking office soon and will be announcing many great events and news regarding future services and opportunities for brush pickup and bulk item pickup. An announcement of our new Commissioner will be shared soon after this appointment is made by Mayor Karl Dean.


Saturday October 22, 2011 from 7:30 am until 12:30 noon with a cookout to follow beginning at 1:00 pm. Information on set up, dumpster locations and schedule of activities will be shared in the next series of newsletters.


To the Swearing in of Mayor Karl Dean, Vice Mayor Diane Neighbors and the entire Metropolitan Council
Friday, September 23, 2011
11:00 a.m.
Downtown Public Library
Over the summer, Hamilton Creek Apartments in District 29 held an art camp for “at risk kids “ages 5-13, where 23 children participated in the completion of a mural, “Young Voices, Big Visions,” led by the well-known Nashville artist, Jairo Prado. The project took place over a three-week period; with the focus of the mural being a reflection of the youth in their present community as well as their future self-portraits in the community. The children who participated in the summer camp and their families were also able to tour the Frist Center on Saturday, August 27, through an outreach partnership.

‎2011 TN State Fair September 9 thru 18, 2011 Support this 156 year old tradition! 

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