Bright & Early: Insufficient Funds Edition

Good morning, Nashville. Imagine going to the bank to cash your paycheck only to find out that your employer is flat broke. Their check bounces, which means your checks bounce and bank fees quickly begin to stack up. That’s exactly what happened to more than 200 Lebanon city workers this week when the city’s bank account appeared to have insufficient funds to pay the employees. It turned out to be a glitch in the system with Bank of America, and Lebanon swears that they’re not actually broke. As a result, they’ll soon be switching to a local bank and offering direct deposit.

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  • Kari

    No, Purity Dairy! NOOOO!

  • we’ve got a bridge too. On the west side of town where the access to Briley Parkway and White Bridge Road is, there’s a support pillar that supports nothing and a merge lane that was apparently to allow people coming from the West to swing up and over the plebean traffic on White Bridge Road and merge in the air with Briley-bound traffic from the east. The lane from the West connects to nothing andjust hangs out there in the air.