Citizens Protest Development at Mayor Barry Event

News 5 Nashville, March 17, 2016

Neighbors Oppose Development Plan In Williamson County

News 5 Nashville, March 5, 2016

Opposition Continues Against Stephens Valley Development

​The Tennessean, May 9, 2016

In the ​News

Williamson Co. residents protest mega development project

News 4 Nashville, March 5, 2016

Residents Fight 850 Acre Development

The Tennessean, February 29, 2016

Prepare for widening to begin on Sneed.... Widening at turn lanes: Timberline, Temple, Old Natchez, and more. Notice the last quote: 
"Originally the traffic study said that Sneed Road would need to be widened to four lanes in year 17 or 18 of 20- when the Stephens Valley project was projected to hit 792 units. Rochford opted instead to cap development at 791, and so Bob Murphy, of RPM Transportation and the county traffic consultant, indicated that widening Sneed Road would no longer be necessary."

Bellevue Residents Protest Development on Hwy 100

News 5 Nashville, March 17, 2016

Neighbors want to stop 1,400-home development near Natchez Trace

News 2 Nashville, March 5, 2016

Group Protests Planned Development

Near Natchez Trace

News 4 Nashville,  April 4, 2016

$1B Mixed-use Development Planned Near Natchez Trace
The Tennessean, June 8, 2014

Links to historical press coverage...

Save Stephens Valley

Saving Stephens Valley is still in the news!! More pressure is on the developer as the Tennessee Preservation Trust puts the final miles of the Natchez Trace Parkway on the top ten most endangered properties in all of Tennessee. Most of the properties were damaged buildings in threatened by neglect; Stephens Valley was a uniquely chosen property as its fate solely rests in the developer's plans. Hopefully this treasure will be able to keep her beauty... Type