Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-09-28 17:55:34 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) — Last Friday, Amanda Smithfield, librarian at Humefog Academic High School, counted 38 party vehicles passing through school during class hours.
She, along with other teachers and students, is seeking the passage of a recently introduced law to regulate the Nashville party vehicle scene.
“It makes me angry. When the kids come to me and say they’re in the middle of the AP World Test, the blood boils. I was trying to answer this confusing and difficult question. Smithfield said students are planning to take ACT next week and managers will have to look for a quiet place away from Broadway and the 8th due to a loud party tour. I added that there is.
The Metro Council member Fredio Connell’s bill came after increased pressure from Safe Funnashville and other community members in the light of a recent party vehicle accident.Union PetitionOver 2,500 signatures have been accumulated calling for state and local legislative action.
The student group “Hume Fog for Peaceful Learning” has recently been launched. Instagram account Share a direct account of the regular mess party vehicle created on school day.
“One of my students told me that he was flashed by someone at the Peddle tavern most recently,” Smithfield said.
She understands that tourism is essential to Music City, and even the money that public schools receive is important, but she says something needs to change quickly. She wants the party vehicle bill to pass, which allows local leaders to regulate when and where party tours take place.
“Maybe between 8 and 3 they don’t run in front of school. That makes sense to me,” Smithfield said. “Maybe on Sunday morning they won’t go in front of the First Baptist Church in downtown. That makes sense to me.”
O’Connell’s bill, which helps regulate transportation in downtown Nashville, passed the first of three measurements and the second in front of the Metro Council at 6:30 pm on October 5. Go to the reading.
Students, teachers call for passage of party bus bill following number of learning distractions Source link Students, teachers call for passage of party bus bill following number of learning distractions