Nashville Council, Sports Authority Awaiting Final Documents On $2.2B New Titans Stadium

The Metro Nashville Mayor’s Office Is Completing What It Is Calling The Definitive Documents For A New Deal On A $2.2 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium And Plan To Present The Final Documents To Metro’s Council By March.

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Mo’ Money From Your Pocket 4 Corporations & Failed Public Education, “Divisive Concepts” Appeals Bias, Fascist Vanderbilt, Legislator Votes For Abortion Law He Didn’t Read & Much More – The TennCon Big 7!

1 – Tennessee Economic Development Agency Wants $202.5M In Additional Funds Mainly For Incentives
2 – Nashville Mayor’s Office Announces Tax Deal for $75M Fairgrounds Speedway Renovation
Bonus: Tax Fund Wouldn’t Pay For $116.3M In Tennessee Race Track’s Bonds
3 – Amazon Continues To Flake On Promised Returns For Taxpayer Money
4 -Tennessee’s Department Of Education Looking For $350M Budget Increase
5 – Attorney For Parents’ Choice Argues That Tennessee “Divisive Concepts” Appeals Process Is Biased
6 – Vanderbilt Ranks In Top Ten Of Most Fascist Universities In America
7 – Senator Richard Briggs Waffles On Commitment To Tennessee’s Anti-Abortion Law

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Analysis: Who Really Pays In Tennessee’s Sports Stadium Sales Tax Zone Funding Scheme?

In Many Of The Cases, Rather Than Using Direct Funding Methods From City Or State Coffers, Tennessee Has Now Opted To Have A Portion Of Funding For The Bonds On Building Stadiums To Come From Sales Tax Zones. Those Funds Are Often Termed By Those Proposing Deals As User Fees. But Economists Say That Doesn’t Show The Full Impact.

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Tax Fund Wouldn’t Pay For $116.3M In Tennessee Race Track’s Bonds

Metro Nashville’s Mayor’s Office Announced A Deal To Renovate Or Rebuild Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway To The City’s Fair Board Without A Final Price Tag. An Analysis Showed That The Planned Funding For A $116.3 Million Project Would Fall Short Of Its Payments. The Deal Was Previously Termed A $75 Million Project But Construction Costs Later Increased To Make It More Than $100 Million.

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Nashville Mayor’s Office Announces Tax Deal for $75M Fairgrounds Speedway Renovation

The Nashville Mayor’s Office Presented A Tax Deal For A $75 Million Renovation Of The Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway In Hopes Of Bringing A NASCAR Race Back To The Site. The Deal Is Similar To One Passed For The Tennessee Titans At Both Nissan Stadium And Proposed New $2.1 Billion Stadium Along With Bridgestone Arena, Geodis Park And Minor League Baseball Stadiums In Nashville, Knoxville And Chattanooga.

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