Sarah Cates has been asked to serve on the NashvilleNext Arts and Culture team. The initiative has eight resource teams will bring topical expertise to support the public process. The NashvilleNext process will update Metro Nashville’s General Plan, which was last updated in 1992. NashvilleNext is intended to ensure Nashville’s prosperity and well-being for the next 25 years. It will incorporate community values and respond to changing demographics and other trends that will impact Nashville in the future. With the assistance of the resource reams, the NashvilleNext plan will address: arts and culture, education, economic and workforce development, environment, housing, land use, transportation, infrastructure, livable and healthy communities and public safety.
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