NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A new Vanderbilt University poll shows that 65 percent of people already here think the area is booming too quickly.
On top of that, the latest census data shows in the last year the Nashville area population grew by more than 100 people a day, with most of that due to people moving in.
All that growth means big business for moving companies.
"I've seen it increase tremendously from working only in the Summer to every single day," said Johnny Moore with Fox Moving and Storage.
The Vanderbilt poll also found a majority of people think there are too many new buildings going up at the same time.
Tennessee State Senator Mae Beavers announced she has decided to resign her seat in the legislature in order to run for governor full-time.
Nashville Soccer Club officials announced they will be using First Tennessee Park as their stadium for their inaugural season in 2018.
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