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Mary Smith - Williamson County Commissioner

Mary Smith - Williamson County Commissioner

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Be The Change!! Real progress begins when informed citizens band together and take action!!

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So heartbreaking…prayers for this family as they go through this unimaginable loss.

So heartbreaking…prayers for this family as they go through this unimaginable loss.OBITUARY: Samantha Dale Hyden - williamsonsource.com/obituary-samantha-dale-hyden/?feed_id=68453&utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=W... ... See MoreSee Less

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Such a great turnout for a great cause.  Art Helps Cancer is an amazing organization with a true mission to help families going through a difficult and life changing journey. Big shoutout to Greg Sanford for District 5 for the signed Jellyroll ukulele

Such a great turnout for a great cause. Art Helps Cancer is an amazing organization with a true mission to help families going through a difficult and life changing journey. Big shoutout to Greg Sanford for District 5 for the signed Jellyroll ukulele ... See MoreSee Less

List of Early Voting Locations:
https://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24061/Early-Voting-InformationMarch2024_mapped?bidId=

List of Early Voting Locations:
www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24061/Early-Voting-InformationMarch2024_mapped?bi...
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At this pace, what will 2035 look like?

At this pace, what will 2035 look like?"They call it progress. But, I just don't know..."

Nashville Skyline, 2015 vs 2024

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Mary Smith - Williamson County Commissioner
County Government Days at the State Capitol … looking out for the best interest of Williamson Countians!!

County Government Days at the State Capitol … looking out for the best interest of Williamson Countians!! ... See MoreSee Less

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It was a great day filled with strong and courageous women.  I feel blessed to have the opportunity to hear from the infamous and inspiring Alveda King, the inspirational Riley Gaines and the phenomenal Britt Noelle Winston.  #Galentines2024 She Leads America 🇺🇸-TN Chapter

It was a great day filled with strong and courageous women. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to hear from the infamous and inspiring Alveda King, the inspirational Riley Gaines and the phenomenal Britt Noelle Winston. #galentines2024 She Leads America 🇺🇸-TN Chapter ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to everyone who came tonight to the Arrington Special Area Plan open house.  This is what community in action looks like.  #arringtontn #teamwork

Thank you to everyone who came tonight to the Arrington Special Area Plan open house. This is what community in action looks like. #arringtontn #teamwork ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Valentine’s Day
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ICYMI…there were several important issues decided on at last nights CC meeting including deferral of the Sheriff’s appointment until after the 3/5 primary, approval of a 1500 ft setback for cell towers from schools, deferral of $100k request for hand marked paper ballot study and rejection of the current county growth plan. If you don’t think local politics matter, you’re not paying attention. ... See MoreSee Less

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Prayers for Officer McGowan’s Family🙏

Prayers for Officer McGowan’s Family🙏DIED A HERO: Deputy Greg McCowan was killed during an officer-involved shooting Thursday evening in Blount County, Tennessee. tinyurl.com/29e92raw

"Deputy McCowan was always smiling and friendly to everyone."

He was 43 years old 💔
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Next up from TDOT in District 5… Nolensville Rd paved in 2024 from Davidson County line to 96. Bridge replacement over Mill Creek in 2026 ... See MoreSee Less

PSA…Too good😋, not to share!!

PSA…Too good😋, not to share!!Calling all Cars... Calling all Cars! BOLO for...
We have received reports that a highly addictive substance is being distributed in our area. These substances go by several different street names. Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, Thanks-A-Lot, Peanut Butter Sandwich, Shortbread and S’mores are a few of them.

This operation is run primarily by youngsters who get you in with a "good cause" story and soon you’re hooked. If you come into contact with any of these items, you can drop them off at the Police Department. Officers will be happy to assist with proper disposal. 👮‍♂️🍪
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NEW!! Update on the 96 Construction...
Project expected to be complete by June 30th including a new light at Cox Rd. & Wilson Pike
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It’s been a busy week ramping up to the primary election in March 5th.  We’ve had forums for both School Board and Sheriff.  I’ve included links for both in the caption.  Last day to register is Monday, 2/5.  Early Voting begins 2/14.

It’s been a busy week ramping up to the primary election in March 5th. We’ve had forums for both School Board and Sheriff. I’ve included links for both in the caption. Last day to register is Monday, 2/5. Early Voting begins 2/14. ... See MoreSee Less

Sheriff’s Forum tonight at County Admin Building from
6:30 to 8:30
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📢 Do you know someone interested in working in the field of Education? Consider a job with Williamson County Schools. We are hosting a Career Fair for the following positions:

• School Support Staff
• Child Care Workers (Before/After School)
• Maintenance Staff (HVAC / General)
• Food Service Staff
• Special Education Teaching Assistants
• Bus Driver
• Substitute Teachers

You can also see our career openings at www.wcs.edu/ on the careers page or email Chris Lovett at christian.lovett@wcs.edu
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Last Day to Register to vote in the March Primary is February 5th! ... See MoreSee Less

Open Zoned Schools for the 2023-2024 school year…

Open Zoned Schools for the 2023-2024 school year…The Williamson County School Board approved the list of open-zoned schools for the 2024-25 school year at its January 22 meeting. Students who attend school out-of-zone must provide their own transportation. 🏫

As part of the zoning policy approved last year, the School Board gives priority approval to a group of rising ninth graders. Those students must attend a Williamson County or Franklin Special School District middle school where less than 15 percent of its students are zoned to a different high school other than their classmates. Students in that small group may choose to attend the out-of-zone high school in the feeder pattern prior to any open-zone requests being granted and provided that the high school has the capacity and is eligible for open zoning.

This applies to Page Middle eighth graders who are zoned to Centennial High. They have first priority for the 117 open seats at Page High. Eighth graders at Freedom Middle in the Franklin Special School District who are zoned to Franklin High will have first priority to Centennial High's 266 seats.

Per state law, school districts are required to identify each school that has space available to serve additional students and post those vacancies on the district website two weeks before accepting applications.

The district is required to conduct a lottery to select students if the number of applicants exceeds the space available in a school building.

Applicants must be Williamson County School District residents, and, if approved, must provide transportation to and from school. To request that a student attend a school they are not zoned for, families must complete the Out of Zone online application. The application will open on February 6 and remain available until April 15 for all requests except those related to residential moves, International Baccalaureate program of study applications or new employees.

Students currently approved to attend out-of-zone schools who are not changing buildings do not need to reapply. All rising sixth and ninth-grade students roll up to their zoned schools until the out-of-zone application is approved.

Additional information about the open-zoned schools as well as the list of available open-zoned spots for each school can be found on the WCS School Zones page below. Once available, the online application may also be accessed from this page.
www.wcs.edu/domain/2124
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PRESS RELEASE Williamson Williamson County Mayor, Rogers Anderson has announced the closing of all Williamson County Government Offices due to predicted continued inclement weather conditions for Tuesday, January 16, 2024.

Additionally, the Register of Deeds, County Clerk, Trustee, Property Assessor, Juvenile Court Clerk, Circuit Court Clerk and Clerk and Master have announced closing and there will be no Juvenile Court, General Sessions Court or Circuit Court. williamsoncounty-tn.gov/DocumentCenter/View/23973/Administrative-Closing-Jan-16-24
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URGENT: Due to the snow that has fallen and hazardous travel conditions throughout Williamson County, there will be no school in Williamson County Schools on Tuesday, January 16 or Wednesday, January 17, 2024.

The School Age Child Care program will be closed on Tuesday. If snow sites can be opened on Wednesday, communication will come directly from the School Age Child Care program.

Twelve month employees should follow the snow day protocol. Those who can work remotely, may do so, with the approval of their supervisor.

This will be our first and second snow days of the school year. We have ten built into the calendar.

Should hazardous travel conditions remain or if the district needs additional days to clear school campuses for a safe return, we will notify you as soon as possible of additional school closing days.

The WCSB meeting has been rescheduled to Monday, January 22 at 6:30.
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Congratulations to the PHS Football Team for making it to the State Championship three years in a row.  #PatriotPride

Congratulations to the PHS Football Team for making it to the State Championship three years in a row. #PatriotPride ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to the PHS Football Team for making it to the State Championship three years in a row. 
❤️🇺🇸💙 #PatriotPride ❤️🇺🇸💙

Congratulations to the PHS Football Team for making it to the State Championship three years in a row.
❤️🇺🇸💙 #PatriotPride ❤️🇺🇸💙
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2023…A Year of Service.  
Looking forward to all 2024 has in store

2023…A Year of Service.
Looking forward to all 2024 has in store
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May this next year be as full of opportunity and blessed richly for all of you.  I look forward to serving this great district once again in 2024.

May this next year be as full of opportunity and blessed richly for all of you. I look forward to serving this great district once again in 2024. ... See MoreSee Less

As we say goodbye to 2023, let the light of the Lord guide us into a prosperous 2024.

As we say goodbye to 2023, let the light of the Lord guide us into a prosperous 2024. ... See MoreSee Less

From Our Family to Yours, we wish you a Very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a Happy New Year!!  May we all rejoice in the reason for the season and the birth of our Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ!!

For to us a child is born,
    to us a son is given,
    and the government will be on his shoulders.
And he will be called
    Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
    Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.

Isaiah 9:6

From Our Family to Yours, we wish you a Very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a Happy New Year!! May we all rejoice in the reason for the season and the birth of our Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ!!

For to us a child is born,
to us a son is given,
and the government will be on his shoulders.
And he will be called
Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.

Isaiah 9:6
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Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing women who care for, nurture and inspire so many!! Thank you!! ...

Enough said!!❤️✝️❤️ ...

Oh Glorious Day!! #HappyEaster
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For my dad…a perfect example of faithfulness, kindness and humility. ...

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