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Amelia Young
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Tennessee Titans Sep 20
2-0 for the first time in a long time.
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Phil Williams Sep 18
And here is an excellent fact check from respected health care reporter 4/
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Phil Williams Sep 18
Why have I not reported that and his team "covered up" the low number of cases in Nashville bars and restaurants? Because the story is false! Here is video evidence from July 2nd: 1/
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Phil Williams Sep 17
For those breathlessly tweeting at me about another reporter's "bombshell" and the "disturbing" COVID-19 emails from Mayor Cooper, the emails do NOT say what the reporter implied. There is nothing about "how to keep it from the public." 1/
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NewsChannel 5 Sep 17
: Nashville moving to Phase 3 on Oct. 1. Bars, restaurants can increase capacity to 50% starting Friday.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Replying to @ameliayoung
Should clarify, Jacobs noted the owner said their new capacity is 200 inside.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
"Some of my staff has been in tears trying to enforce this. You need to choose your battles." Buchanan says about how her team is being treated when trying to enforce rules in bars with staying socially distant and seated.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Buchanan says enforcing the TN Pledge rules for bars is not doable. She says her staff is getting yelled at and cursed at. She says the more they poke that bear the more animosity will be unleashed against her staff.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Sanders says there's nothing listed of how to enforce making sure certain rules are followed in bars according to the TN Pledge. He says the board has authority to modify.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Board moves to discuss Tennessee Pledge. Shamiyeh leads the discussion. He says according to the pledge, bars must have customers seated at tables.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Social gathering regulation passes 8-1.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
If passed the social gathering regulation would expire October 1.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Sanders says the social gathering limit would not apply to protests. Board continues to discuss details of regulations when it comes down to where it applies. It does not apply to private residences, churches, government buildings or nursing homes.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
O'Brien says the regulation would also limit gatherings of more than 25 if they were outside a restaurant, club or other business that sells alcohol. He said this comes after seeing a lot of students lined up outside bars near campus.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Board moves to talk about regulation that would limit social gatherings to 25 or less indoors in 900 square feet or less. Right now they've passed this only as a recommendation.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Board votes 8-1 to pass the regulation to close restaurants and bars that serve alcohol at 11 p.m. It would start Friday.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Hurt says she understands citations would be the best way to enforce this, putting someone in jail would not.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Legal counsel reminds the board doesn't have enforcement power. He says if law enforcement chooses to enforce the regulation they can, but it's out of the board's hands.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Board votes 6-3 to change regulation time, if that passes, to have bars and restaurants that serve alcohol to close at 11 p.m. instead of 10 p.m.
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Amelia Young Sep 16
Gotcher is in favor of 11 p.m. closure because of the lesser economic impact it would have than 10 p.m.
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