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    Utility Board September Meeting moved to 30th

    The Utility Board September Regular meeting will now take place on Wednesday Sep. 30th instead of the 16th. It will be a remote meeting held electronically at 6:00 p.m. and will be live-streamed on the Town Website and YouTube Channel. Read on...
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    4 Citizens running for Alderman in Thompson's Station

    Four Town Residents have thrown their hat into the ring for one of two Alderman seats up for election this November. Lauren Gaudiso, incumbent Brian Stover, Rebecca Watson & Andrew Zinn will be on the ballot for election this Fall. Read on...
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    Wm Cnty Mayor Anderson Lifts Mask Mandate

    The Williamson County order requiring face coverings expired on Aug. 29th at 11:59 p.m. However, Williamson Countians are strongly encouraged to voluntarily continue to wear face coverings when in public places where social distancing is not achievable. Read on...
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    Farmer's Market - New Location

    The Thompson's Station Farmer's Market will be held at Homestead Manor (4683 Columbia Pike, Thompson's Station, TN 37179) starting Thursday Sep. 3rd. The Market will take place at the same time and day (Thursdays 4-7 p.m.) each week through mid-October. Read on...
  5. Executive Order 60

    Remote Meeting Extended Through September

    Gov. Lee has issued Exec. Order 60 which extends remote meetings for local governing bodies. This means the Sep. BOMA, Planning Commission, Parks & Rec. and Utility Board meetings will be held remotely by electronic means and live-streamed for the public. Read on...
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    Thompson's Station Turns 30 years old

    The 30th anniversary for the Town of Thompson's Station has come! On August 15, 1990, local residents voted for incorporation of the Town. Since then, the Town has more than doubled in physical size and population. See post for historical news article! Read on...
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    Local Election for Two Alderman Seats this November

    November 3rd of this year will see the election of two Aldermen for Thompson's Station. The Williamson County Election Commission will run the Thompson's Station Elections. Petitions for candidates must be turned in by August 20th at noon to qualify. Read on...
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    Thompson's Station Mayor Talks About Growth at Breakfast With the Mayors

    The theme for the annual Breakfast with the Mayors, hosted by Franklin Tomorrow, was all about growth. Obviously, growth in Spring Hill has been apparent for some time, but every city is experiencing similar issues, including Thompson’s Station. Read on...
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    Town Administrator Accepts 3rd Grant for Multi-Modal Greenway Project

    Thompson's Station has been awarded a $1.29 million TAP Grant to build the 3rd phase of our Greenway Trails system that will connect Town Schools, Subdivisions and Parks. Phase 1 currently connects Tollgate Village to the Dog Park and Community Garden. Read on...
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