Clearing a Few Things Up

Here are a few things that the opposition has been saying about me that I’d like to clear up: Myth #1: Elise wants to divide the district in the upcoming redistricting process in 2021. Truth: I do not support dividing our district. I believe it is important that we keep communities and neighborhoods intact and …

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Why Is Dalemere Resident Voting For Elise

“Integrity, Honorable, and someone who fights for what’s right ” – those are the words that Dale Hire uses to describe Elise Hudson. Dale Hire is a native Nashvillian who grew up with Elise. He was thankful when Elise came to help his neighborhood fight development that was against the policy that is part of Nashville …

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Davidson County Has New Voting Machines

Davidson County has a new voting machine that is still a touchscreen, but now also provides a paper ballot. I was able to test the system this past week at the Bellshire Candidate Forum. The process is similar to the previous system except that it includes a paper ballot that MUST BE RETURNED prior to …

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Metro Audit of SP Zoning

This week, Neighbor 2 Neighbor, a group that works diligently to ensure neighborhoods have the tools to participate in Nashville’s Planning process, distributed a Metro Nashville audit of SP Zoning. SP Zoning is a very specific zoning designation that allows development outside of the existing policy and zoning designation. Basically, it’s spot zoning that allows …

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Coalition for Nashville Neighborhoods Endorsement

I am honored to receive the 2019 endorsement by the Nashville Neighborhood Defense Fund (NNFD) and the Coalition for Nashville Neighborhoods (C4NN). With members from 65 groups across Nashville, C4NN is the largest advocacy group for Nashville’s neighborhoods. The organization’s mission is to ensure residents have the tools they need to shape the future of …

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Update on Community Plan Amendment Request for Brick Church Lane

This past week several neighbors and I attended the Planning Commission meeting to continue to fight for District 3. I am flabbergasted that the Planning Commissioners and Staff did not listen to the residents of Brick Church Lane and denied their request to amend the Community Plan to T2 Rural policy. This change would have …

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Interview with the Tennessean

I recently participated in the Tennessean’s Editorial Questionnaire. Please read some of my responses. What is your age? 44 Why are you running for this office? The people of District 3 deserve to be notified of decisions that will impact our neighborhoods, and they want their concerns to be heard before decisions are made. The …

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