Fool A City Twice, Shame On Us [Op-Ed]

Mayor John Cooper Wants To Saddle Nashvillians With An Estimated $1 Billion In Taxes To Pay For A New Stadium For The Tennessee Titans, Blaming A Poorly Negotiated Contract And The Shoddy Craftsmanship Of Nissan Stadium. But Here’s The Kicker: The Mayor And City Officials Appear To Be Entertaining The Same Stadium Designer Who Helped With The Construction Of The Existing Subpar Stadium For This New Boondoggle.

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Nashville Committee Receives Overview Of Legal Obligations To Tennessee Titans Stadium Repairs

Metro Nashville’s East Bank Stadium Committee Heard An Overview Of Its Obligations For Stadium Repairs, Including The Legal Department’s Definition Of The Key “First-Class Condition” Term At Its Most Recent Meeting.

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Metro Nashville’s Nissan Stadium Study Will Exceed Budget And Be Delayed Until November

The Metro Nashville Sports Authority Won’t Receive A Nissan Stadium Facility Evaluation Until Mid-November, According To Metro Law Deputy Director Tom Cross. Cross Announced At A Recent Sports Authority Meeting That The Group Will Not Competitively Bid The Process, But Instead Will Hire Venue Solutions Group After Not Looking At Any Other Firms.

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Committee Won’t Seek Independent Review Of Economic Numbers For Tennessee Titans’ New Stadium

Nashville’s East Bank Stadium Committee Plans To Parse Information On A New Projected $2.2 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium Deal Once It’s Announced, Along With Information On The City’s Current Lease Obligations And A $200,000 Stadium Study The Council Has Planned Along With Land-Use Requirements Around Nissan Stadium. But The Group Will Not Be Producing Its Own Economic Impact And Tax Impact Numbers Related To The Proposed Project.

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Experts Discuss Playbook For Officials Trying To Secure Taxpayer Funds For Sports Stadiums

One Of The Best Ways To Combat Public Sports Stadium Financing Is To Allow Time For Information To Get To The Public And The Opposition To Build, Economists Said During A Roundtable On Sports Stadium Financing.

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Nashville Could Commission $200K Study On Titan’s Stadium Lease Obligations

Nashville Will Consider Spending $200,000 On A “Stadium Study” To Evaluate The Tennessee Titans’ Claim That The City Would Owe $1.839 Billion Under The Terms Of The Team’s Current Lease If Nissan Stadium In Nashville Was Renovated Instead Of Having A New Estimated $2.2 Billion Stadium Built.

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Nashville Turns On Illegal Aliens Magnet, CMA Bans Rebel Flag, Mayor Cooper Shamed + The Big 7!

1) Metro Nashville City Council Creates Another Magnet For Illegal Aliens To Come To Tennessee
2) Country Music Association Bans Confederate Imagery For 2022 Festival
3) Tax Breaks Total $280 Million Amid Sky-Rocketing Revenues
4) Tennessee Stadium’s Proposed $1.5B Public Subsidy Far Surpasses Any Prior NFL Stadium
5) Nashville Group Publicly Shames Mayor Cooper For Refusing To Clean Up Homeless Encampment
6) Tennessee Slapped With Suit Alleging Failure To Give Veterans Employment Preferences
7) Governor Lee Introduces Executive Order To Appraise Safety At Public Schools

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Lee Signs Budget Appropriations Bill That Includes $500M For New Tennessee Titans Stadium

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Signed An Appropriations Bill That Includes $500 Million Toward A New Tennessee Titans Stadium On Wednesday.

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Titans CEO Says Nashville Would Owe Nearly $2B Toward Nissan Stadium Renovations Under Current Lease

Tennessee Titans Chief Executive Officer Burke Nihill Estimated That Nashville Would Owe $1.839 Billion Under The Terms Of The Team’s Current Lease If Nissan Stadium In Nashville Was Renovated Instead Of Having A New Stadium Built.

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