Charney key player in movement to preserve Nashville Highlands
Nashville conservationists won Thursday.
Clad in lime green shirts with bright red stop signs on the front, more than a 150 Nashvillians swarmed Metro Planning Commission’s Thursday meeting to decry a development in West Nashville.
And they were pleased with the outcome.
Radnor2River director Noah Charney echoed several residents’ sentiment that the development proposed by Nashville Highlands could mean great harm for the ecosystem and nearby neighbors.
“For the sake of long-term health, happiness and moral fiber of Nashville, we need to revisit this PUD (Planned Unit Development) based on modern science,” Charney said, calling the landscape in the current plan “archaic.”