Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-09-28 18:33:00 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WSMV)-Humefog Academic High School students and teachers said the noise from Broadway party buses confused their learning and all classes in the school.
Hume Fog student Julia Wolf Dubin spearheaded the regulatory movement at an after-school press conference on Tuesday, saying, “Math over there, Latin over there, fast enough to end in the AP world over there. It’s hard to stay focused. ” Party bus.
She said there were classes and tests, and even ACT was interrupted by parties up and down Broadway.
“There are laws where brick and mortar bars and honky-tonks may exist. There is no law about where these transportation vehicles are, they should be,” Wolf-Dubin said.
Another Metro councilor has announced a proposal to let the party bus play with the same rules as a pedal tavern.
“I never expected to see a pedal tavern, a party bath, a tractor, and a hot tub from school,” said Humefog freshman Noratate.
Students said they wanted to see the regulations and timeframes where party vehicles were on the road. They like to meet them after school.
“Students were inspired by the people on the party bus,” Tate said. “Students were thrown, students were yelled, one student said this morning while she was signing a poster, and I quote,” She’s tired, I’m her I’m tired of seeing my ass on my face. “
With two bills going through the Metro Council to regulate party buses, students and teachers want it to make a difference.
“I had to stop talking 38 times, so I looked back at the students and saw where the noise came from and their concentration and loss of concentration,” said Humefogg teacher Nicole. Maynard said.
Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation has cut off membership with three party bus companies as tourism groups are working on regulations on party buses in Nashville.
Students agree that the bus is part of Nashville’s culture and must not disappear, but it needs a border.
“Our tourism is a great industry. It helps us. It brings income to the state and makes a living for people,” said Wolf Dubin. “But that doesn’t mean that those livelihoods have to happen in front of school.”
The bill proposed to regulate party buses will be heard at the Metro Council meeting on Tuesday, October 5.
Hume-Fogg students have also started an Instagram account to record the uproar and inform people.
Nashville, Tennessee (WSMV)-A bill introduced at the Metro Council banned alcohol from downtown party buses.
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