As we hear the details of the shocking and devastating news of last night’s tornado our hearts go out to everyone affected. We’ll be updating theeastnashvillian.com with news and pictures of the neighborhood as they become available, as well as a list of ways you can help. If you would like to donate to those that work in the restaurant/bar and retail industries that are now in a place of financial uncertainty please click here.
On a related note, Mayor John Cooper’s office announced the following storm-related Super Tuesday polling location changes. Any voter whose polling location was affected by the storm may also vote at either Davidson County Election Commission offices: 1417 Murfreesboro Pike or 800 Second Ave. S., 4th Floor. Any additional changes will be posted at the Davidson County Election Commission website.
Voters who normally vote at the following locations may vote at Donelson Presbyterian Church, 2305 Lebanon Pike:
Donelson Heights United Methodist
Dupont Tyler School
Hermitage Community Center
Hermitage Elementary School
Hermitage Hills Baptist Church
Ruby Major Elementary
TN School for the Blind
Two Rivers Middle School
Voters who normally vote at the following locations may vote at Pearl Cohn High School, 904 26th Ave. N.:
Fifteenth Ave Baptist Church
Robert Churchwell Elementary
Union Hall 737
Watkins Park Community Center
Voters who normally vote at the following locations may vote at Cleveland Park Community Center, 610 Vernon Winfrey Ave.:
Cora Howe Elementary
East Community Center
Martha O’Bryan Center
Shelby Community Center
Voters who normally vote at Haynes Middle School will vote at Whites Creek Fire Station 25, 2589 Whites Creek Pike.
Voters who normally vote at Looby Community Center will vote at Northwest YMCA, 3700 Ashland City Hwy.
Voters who normally vote at Lead Brick Church Middle School will vote at Bellshire Elementary School, 1128 Bell Grimes Lane.