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Mayors from Williamson County's smaller cities said they want to continue conversations on planning strategically as their populations rise. "All I can say, this is not your parents' Nolensville," Mayor Jimmy Alexander said with a laugh during Breakfast with the Mayors on Tuesday morning. This quarter's breakfast featured all six city mayors and the county mayor to give an update on their areas. . . - Tennessean Article
Williamson County’s mayors gathered for breakfast Tuesday morning, and the common theme among all cities was growth.
Almost every mayor spoke about the growing need for infrastructure upkeep in their respective cities . . . - Columbia Daily Herald Article
Mayors from all the cities in Williamson County reiterated their commitment to promoting economic development while preserving a high quality of life at an event that brought all the officials together to talk about the future of the county. . . - Spring Hill Homepage Article