Previously Listed Sites Still in Limbo

The Hubbard House and the Looby House
We have two important sites that have made the Nashville Nine before and are still sitting in limbo. People are still trying to figure out who has decision making power over Civil Rights attorney Z. Alexander Looby’s house (2020 Nashville Nine), which must be determined before preservation efforts can begin. Meanwhile, the property is becoming overgrown with bushes, the grass has not been cut in some time, and someone has attached a parking sign to the front of the house. The Friends of Hubbard House are struggling with how to fund the preservation of that important site, still, and the conditions have not changed much since the house was listed as a Nashville Nine property in 2016. We call on Nashville to push harder to find ways to ensure these properties are preserved.
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