Stand with Us to Protect Whites Creek, Nashville’s Only Rural Historic District

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Molly Lahym
5 years ago
The significance of this land is greater than any building could acomplish. More and more rural areas are being taken over by un-necessary development. The cultural history of Davidson County and surrounding counties, are being over shawdowed by the greed of money. It tells our residents, the state, the country and the world what we truly care about, if we fight for untouched land that we require to have longevity for the human race.

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Charlie Thompson
5 years ago
Our oldest son and his family live in the area. We LOVE to visit. One reason is that we love the pristine natural and historic areas.

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Leah Miller
5 years ago
Please stop building commercial crap on top of our natural beauty. Please stop living for profit

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James Corby
5 years ago
We have enough hotels in Nashville and we should not spoil the rural atmosphere of Whites Creek with another one.

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Bryan Capps
5 years ago
I want to keep Whites Creek a rural community. I do not want excessive development which would lead to more traffic and congestion.

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kathy patterson
5 years ago
I Live rural Whites Creek

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Douglas Lankford
5 years ago
I grew up in the Rural Environment of Joelton & Whites Creek. It should B Protected For Future Generations. Why the Uproar? Motels already @ 24 & OHB. No Concerns & Questions They Slipped In. Let's Consider All Options In monitoring this Proposed Developement, & it's Impact on the Community Good & the Bad. Let's do not Shoot Ourself in the Foot.

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Ann Crecelius
5 years ago
When my grandfather moved to Davidson County from Robertson County in the late 1920's, he settled his family in Whites Creek. My Mother went to school at Alex Green School, they banked at the old Whites Creek Bank, shopped at the general store. So many stories from my Mother about the old homes and families that resided in WC. Do want to see it changed anymore than it had already changed!

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S D Jackson
5 years ago
It is secluded and quiet. There is little traffic and a great area to raise my future children.

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Tyree Morgan
5 years ago
I move to this area because it was rural and quiet.