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Nashville council adopts ordinance dealing with ‘tiny homes,’ dead trees

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The Nashville City Council adopted ordinances dealing with ‘tiny homes’ and dead trees in residential yards, during its regular session for April, Monday, but the discussion indicated possible future action on vehicles stored in residential yards.

The ordinances were adopted by unanimous vote: Ordinance 979 repealed an older one dealing with rubbish, weeds, trash and other items, and added dead trees to the list. Ordinance 980 deals with ‘tiny homes,’ and limits them to be placed in R3 Zones.

The discussion which went on during the passage of Ordinance 979 was mostly about motor vehicles, and aldermen generally agreed to address the problem later, possibly with a special meeting.

Department heads gave reports including: finance, Kimberly Green; parks and recreation, Meghan Floyd; fire department, Justin Thornton; and code enforcement, David Riggs.

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