Good morning, Nashville. With the H1N1 vaccines being the hot commodities that they are these days, the Metro Health Department blew through Monday’s shipment in two days. Though they’re fresh out of the shots, they still have a metric ton of FluMist vaccines to go around for those who prefer to take it up the nose (and aren’t infants, old, or pregnant). If you’re still looking to get vaccinated, you can get the mist for free Wednesday from 7am – 4pm at the Lentz Public Health Center.
- The Music City Center is facing yet another round of criticism, this time about the proposed 3-square-mile “tourism zone” around the complex. The zone is intended to create a watershed of tax revenue targeted at tourists, except some folks don’t understands why it includes part of East Nashville.
- After reexamining the rockslide situation on I-40 near the North Carolina border, experts have realized that the original 3-month cleanup estimate may be “unreasonable.”
- Bits & pieces. Chattanooga received $112 million in federal energy funding, but Nashville got zilch … Bellevue might be getting a little more hip … A woman was robbed and stabbed outside of the White Bridge Target last night … Keith Urban will be performing at a Verizon store in Franklin.
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