From the Channel 4 WSMV website:
MOUNT JULIET, Tenn. — This time of year, nativity scenes can be seen frequently in neighborhoods and church grounds. However, one middle Tennessee city is proudly displaying its religious decorations in front of City Hall.
The nativity scene has been a long-standing tradition in Mount Juliet, but this year the timing of Christmas with another religious controversy in Wilson County raised questions about the display.”I didn’t want to bow to the political correctness pressures and the ACLU,” said Mount Juliet Vice Mayor Ed Hagerty.
UPDATE: And the Tennessean had a story as well.