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Discussion in 'Nashville SC' started by EPJr, Jan 31, 2020.
*Breaking News: Nashville SC offers Mayor Cooper an additional $19 million for MLS stadium deal. See letter sent to the mayor below:
A Nashville judge has ruled that a lawsuit trying to block Nashville's MLS stadium will go to trial.
Not good. Hate to see Nashville playing in the too large Titan stadium forever, but it least its a grass field.
Nashville situation is starting to make Miami look good.
The lawsuit will take time, but the judge said nothing about the merits of the case. And they have a place to play in the interim.
More worrisome is the mayor's recent talk.
Hope it all gets resolved. Welcome to MLS.
An agreement has been reached on the impasse over construction of a soccer-specific stadium at Fairgrounds Nashville. As a result, Mayor John Cooper will "immediately" green light demolition on fairgrounds property in order to prepare for said stadium development to begin.
It's happening. We've reached an agreement with Mayor John Cooper to immediately move forward with our @MLS stadium at The Fairgrounds Nashville.
Petition filed by Save Our Fairgrounds. Hearing in mid March. They want an injunction on demolition/construction while the various lawsuits play out.
Oops, congrats on the debut: 59k!
I think they stadium will happen, the legal stuff will take time to play out. Though I have zero knowledge about your city charter or the merits of the case.
With nearly 60,000 fans filling up Nissan Stadium it begs the question... Why even build a soccer stadium when the team can fill an NFL stadium?
I get that its great having a place of your own but Nashville is well on their way to being the next Atlanta or Seattle.
Can a Music City fan help make more sense of this for me?
A Chancery Court judge has ruled that the contract to build a stadium for Major League Soccer's Nashville SC at The Fairgrounds is invalid because the Metro Sports Authority failed to give adequate notice of the public meeting at which said pact was approved.
They will have to schedule another meeting, with the requisite public notice, and then vote again.
There will be some egg on face, and deservedly so, but enough to change enough votes to put the project in peril?
I doubt it and hope not, but anything is possible.
Side bar, watched the USL game up in the road in Louisville. Nice stadium.
Looks like what OKC has approved/planned and what Colorado Springs is up to all shows good progress in the second division. I saw a Spanish network say that San Diego just announced something as well.