On August 1, over 80% of Nashville voters approved both charter amendments on their ballots.
Amendment 1 will require the mayor to annually submit additional information to the city council concerning the city’s budget, department performance and efficiency, city debt, and authorized bonds.
Amendment 2 amended the charter to say that metro education board vacancies are filled by the city legislative body rather than by remaining education board members. This made the charter compatible with state law.
Both charter amendments were put on the ballot by the metro council.