Candidate: Ronnie E. Greer

Metro Council At-Large

Website: “N/a”

Occupation: “events manager”

Previous candidacy/offices held: “metro councilman. 1999-2007”

Community experience: “i’ve worked in youth development”

What will be your top three priorities on the Council?

“city finances, the struggle with the state and THE DECORUM IN THE COUNCIL.”

Much of the city’s developmental focus, like plans for a new East Bank, have focused on downtown. What’s your vision for downtown?


Did you or would you have voted to approve the new Titans stadium financing legislation?


Does Metro need more police officers beyond the unfilled positions?

“Not sure”

What do you think of the current framework passed by the council around LPR (license plate readers) usage? Do you think Metro should allow facial recognition technology to be used downtown?

“not enough knowledge about LPR. and no onition tech should not be used.facial rec”

Do you think a property tax rate adjustment will be needed in the next 4 years? Why or why not?

“can’t say”

Do you view your role in the Council as leading your district on issues or simply reflecting the views of the district’s residents?


How do you view the relationship of the city and Council to the General Assembly in the face of adverse legislation from the state?


The city is experiencing an affordability crisis. What is the council’s role in creating more housing for buyers and renters in Nashville?

“the council must take steps to insure that properties owned by the government are used for affordable house instead of sold for high end profits and maintain a ample source of funding.”

What improvements do you think WeGo should make during the next four years? Would you back creation of a dedicated funding source?

“Not sure”

Second quarter campaign finance disclosure

Raised: $2,750

Spent: $1,135

Cash on hand: $1,615

Link to full disclosure here

Arnold Hayes/At-Large

Pre-General campaign finance disclosure

Did not file