Franklin assesses capital needs; Brentwood announces new directors and more news from the area
The City of Franklin raises funds for capital projects from various development, user and other fees. (City of Franklin/Community Impact Journal)
Read top business and community news from the past week in the Franklin and Brentwood areas.
Franklin assesses its capital needs and capacity for the next 10 years
Already authorized in the City of Franklin, Capital Plans 2022-31 call for an ambitious slate of work over the next few years, including a new $74.5 million City Hall, nearly half a dozen major transportation projects and approximately $10 million in stormwater improvements.
Williamson County approves teacher and staff increases as part of retention efforts
The Williamson County Board of Commissioners voted Feb. 14 to approve measures to help retain teachers and staff at the district’s 51 schools.
SpringHill Suites Celebrates One Year Anniversary in Cool Springs
The SpringHill Suites by Marriott at Cool Springs, an all-suite hotel located in the McEwen Northside community, celebrates its first anniversary in February.
Brentwood Announces New Chief Human Resources and Information Technology Officers
On February 21, the City of Brentwood announced the hiring of Sarah VanWormer as the new Director of Information Technology and April Curlin as the new Director of Human Resources, filling the positions of recently retired department heads .
Ascension St. Thomas, YMCA strike deal for on-site clinic at Brentwood facility
Ascension St. Thomas will provide new healthcare options and establish an on-site clinic at the Brentwood YMCA on Concord Road as part of a partnership between the Catholic healthcare organization and the YMCA, according to a joint announcement released on February 23.
Martin Cassidy contributed to this report.