The fastest-growing part of Nashville is in line to get a major park. The Southeast corner of Davidson County was identified years ago as the only remaining area without significant open space owned by the city.
This morning, Mayor Karl Dean announced the preservation of 600 acres near Cane Ridge High School. The property includes rolling hills, ponds and streams.
“While I’ve worked hard to encourage development, I also know how essential it is for a thriving community to have open space and parks for residents to enjoy,” Dean said.