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Nashville’s Go-To Guy Set To Retire After 45 Years

Nashville’s Go-To Guy Set To Retire After 45 Years

by / on August 13, 2013

One of Metro Nashville’s longest-serving administrators is retiring after 45 years. Billy Lynch was director of Human Resources and Public Works. He’s also been chief deputy sheriff and interim fire chief – twice.

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Metro Agencies Look to Staffing Changes to Save Money

by / on March 26, 2013

Metro departments start making their budget cases to Mayor Karl Dean this week. The Mayor has asked all agencies to cut spending by two percent, meaning some are looking for creative ways to do more with fewer workers.

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Metro Agencies Look to Staffing Changes to Save Money

by / on March 26, 2013

Metro departments start making their budget cases to Mayor Karl Dean this week. The Mayor has asked all agencies to cut spending by two percent, meaning some are looking for creative ways to do more with fewer workers.

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Parks Director Assures Safety After Incidents

by / on June 3, 2011

After a Memorial Day madhouse at the Metro-owned wave pool and a shooting in Centennial Park Wednesday night, the city’s Parks director is assuring safety and well-being of patrons.

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Racial Element of 28th Connector Downplayed by North Nashville Residents

by / on October 7, 2010

The Metro Council gave the final go ahead this week to plans that have been talked about for decades. It’s a bridge over railroad tracks that have divided one of the city’s most prosperous areas from one of its more economically depressed. But residents aren’t dwelling on the symbolism of the proposed 28th Avenue connector.

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Public Works Adding Contract Crews Next Week

by / on May 7, 2010

Metro Public Works is gearing up efforts to collect debris from the flood cleanup, and should be in full swing early next week.

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Public Works Head Says New Capital Plan is Clearer

by / on May 13, 2009

The Nashville Mayor’s office released a new capital improvements budget last week, slashing over $100 million worth of projects. One department head says the revised list is actually better.

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