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  1. I was wondering the same. Excited, but with Mitchell's and Dose nearby a sandwich/coffee shop seems an odd choice.
  2. The parcels that Samaritans Recovery Center sit on are prime real estate (I know, Captain Obvious). There are some beautiful old growth magnolia trees on them that I would hate to see all cut down.
  3. Someone posted this link on the Inglewood FB page with renderings of the Riverside Village development. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2694581747259791&id=180006315384026
  4. I drive a full size truck (not that big though lol). I have three children that would not fit very well into a smaller truck and these kids will only get bigger. I live in the urban core and have for over 15 years. I did not depart to the suburbs because I had kids. I am also renovating an older home and needed a truck for that purpose. Speaking of stereotypes, not everyone is in thier late 20's/early 30's with only a fur baby to take care of and drives a Honda Element . The awful person part is debatable, might want to ask my wife
  5. So is there anywhere to see how each state representative voted? I am particular interested in how the representatives that represent the areas that would have been affected (metro Nashville, Knoxville, Memphis, Chattanooga) and the outer laying counties after these locales where taken out of the "mix". I was all for owner occupied. Non owner occupied is an abomination to already established residential neighborhoods. It is troubling that Air BnB and their 7 lobbyist still pushed this just on Nashville when it when it was clear other areas/cities were not going to be affected. To me, the worse thing about non owner occupied houses is not the possibility of large parties or loud people. It is having empty houses sitting around when no one is there. No one starting families, no neighbors, no kids using the local schools. This is not a residential neighborhood, this is a commercial district. I am trying to raise kids in an urban neighborhood, I want them to have friends and I want to have friends and good neighbors. Unfortunately, the fox has been let into the hen house. Money has been smelled. My opinion, this will absolutely wreck neighborhoods like Lockeland Springs, Edgefield, Germantown. The ones closest to downtown. EDIT: At best, another reason for people to move to the suburbs. At worst - They will become fake neighborhoods.
  6. Apologies if this is being discussed on another thread. Looks like the esteemed state senators from Air BnB hotbeds of Huntingdon and Crossville are now just targeting the inner neighborhoods with their overreaching "legislation". East Nashville is already beginning to be eat up with out of state non owner occupied AirBnB's. Lovely it's ok these people can run full businesses next to our houses but not in any of the Republican strongholds. This could be the death knell of any real neighborhood building. It's becoming Disney Land for drunken tourists who want to experience a "an urban" neighborhood. Total BS - http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/politics/2017/05/04/state-intervention-short-term-rentals-now-proposed-just-4-big-cities/101284412/
  7. Can we ban front loading garages entirely? http://www.wsmv.com/story/27873917/clarksville-police-seek-help-to-end-string-of-burglaries
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    From the album: Urban Planet

  9. Regarding the possible Ready Mix relocation - , that little area is sort of a secret connection between East Nashville and Bordeaux, You go west and take Douglas to Dickerson, then go north for half a block, then back on Douglas (in true Nashville fashion) and bam you just avoided Trinity Lane. There seems to be a lot of industrial companies in the area. Sort of pegged that area for a possible hot spot for development because of location. Went through there last night and there was a extremely strong odor from one of the industrial sites. There are some high end homes on a hill that can be seen on the interstate.
  10. Wasn't sure where to put this. I went to a great little fund raiser in McMinnville a few weeks ago called Sip & Saveur and was taken by the quaintness and beauty of the old town area. I snapped a few pics with my crappy camera phone. There were some new businesses popping up and some revitalization happening. They still have their old theater, Park Theatre, and according to my sis-in-law, they are in midst of fundraising and renovation. Sort of reminds me of a little section of Asheville NC. There is even a very large hill that might pass for a mountain behind the city street/water tower (although it did not come through in my pics) http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3427-img-20140927-183744/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3430-img-20140927-183756/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3428-img-20140927-183539/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3433-img-20140927-193035/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3434-img-20140927-192247/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3435-img-20140927-192255/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3436-img-20140927-193310/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3438-img-20140927-193424/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3439-img-20140927-193435/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3440-img-20140927-193440/ http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g55193-d3614213-Reviews-Collins_River_BBQ_Cafe-McMinnville_Tennessee.html http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3431-img-20140927-185219/ http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3442-img-20140927-201029/ https://www.facebook.com/ParkTheatreMcMinnvilleTN http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/gallery/image/3441-img-20140927-194136/
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