Nashville Judge Under Scrutiny for Short-Term Rental Ownership Resigns

The Nashville magistrate who handled complaints and fines involving short-term rental properties has resigned amid reports that he owns mulitple short-term rental properties himself, the Tennessean reports. Jim Todd, magistrate for the Davidson County General Sessions Environmental Court, denies any wrongdoing, but said in his resignation letter to Judge Allegra Walker that he made the decision because “recent misleading media reports could call the court’s fairness into question.” 
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