Ed Kindall | Nashville Public Radio

Ed Kindall

Metro Council Nashville
Tony Gonzalez / WPLN

The slimmed-down Nashville city budget is locked in for next year, but council members are already warning about more severe cuts in the years to come. Some see a growing gap between all that the city needs to pay for, and having enough money to do so.

City Hall Nashville
Tony Gonzalez / WPLN

Nashville will not be raising its property tax. That was the outcome of a tense 4-hour Metro Council debate that ended after midnight early Wednesday — and only after a shocking vote that drew audible gasps from the council.