First, from the CityPaper:
with this relevant paragraph:
Besides satisfying the previous debts, the three cities, and seven other suburban Nashville communities, are seeking to negotiate new long-term sewer contracts with Metro, according to attorney Dewey Branstetter Jr., who is representing the group.
“The 10 [suburban cities that use the Metro sewer system] are drafting a letter emphasizing our efforts to meet and discuss the matter and get it out of the courts,” Mobley said.
This is relevant, of course, because one of the ten suburban cities that use the Metro sewer system is Mt. Juliet. And the reason this is a conflict is discussed in the following story:
And from the Nashville Scene‘s blog PithIntheWind
Wilson County insiders that I’ve spoken with have very nice things to say about Holleman, but are genuinely concerned about the above issues.
Are these concerns well founded or is his role in Metro government limited enough to render them moot?
And New2 weighs in:
This one is especially interesting, as Councilman Holleman has responded by email on the issue.
Just remember, you read it here first, folks!