Sam Coleman set to host District 33 meetings

A series of three meetings for Metro Council District 33, sponsored by Council Member Sam Coleman, have been scheduled for February.

6:30 p.m., Thursday, February 2

Same Coleman, District 33

Sam Coleman, District 33

This is the second meeting and opportunity for residents to receive information on the property that belongs to Colonial Pipeline Company. The 12-15 acres of land is located at 12575 Old Hickory Boulevard. In November, residents, area property owners and investors agreed to meet again to determine what improvements would be offered to assist with current and anticipated traffic flows.

This meeting will be held at Cane Ridge High School, 12848 Old Hickory Boulevard

6:30 p.m., Thursday, February 9

This meeting is a follow-up on the potential rezoning for a single family community with primary access on Murfreesboro Pike and secondary access on Maxwell Road. Representatives will be available to respond to community input given during the previous meeting, which was held in October.

This meeting will be held at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ, 3890 Pin Hook Road.

6:30 p.m., Monday, February 13

This joint meeting will be for the residents of Districts 28, 29, and 33 and will focus on the 2017 Metro Property Reappraisal. Representatives from Property Tax Assessor Vivian Wilhoite’s Office and the Metro Tax Freeze & Tax Relief Program. They will be able to answer any questions and provide updates.

This meeting will be held at Smith Springs Elementary School, located at 3132 Smith Springs Road.

All meetings are open to the public and Council Member Sam Coleman will be on hand to answer questions and discuss plans for the district. While the meetings (except for February 13) are specific to District 33, anyone is welcome to attend.

Meetings are facilitated by Sam Coleman. He may be reached by telephone at 615 641-5168 or email at  [email protected] or [email protected]. You may also email him to receive electronic notices for future meetings and community news.  Feel free to visit