Williamson County’s Rogers Anderson “We Burnt The Biscuits” Mayor Explains Lapsed Contract Due To Negligent File Keeping

In A Williamson County Commission Meeting That Ran Into The Late Night, Items Were On The Agenda Dealing With Appropriations Of Several Items In The County Budget, Including Services Procured By Williamson County Through Mayor Anderson’s Office With Williamson Inc, A Chamber Of Commerce Affiliated Non-Profit.

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Williamson County Mayor Paid Chamber Of Commerce Affiliated Organization Hundreds Of Thousands In Taxpayer Dollars Under Expired Contract Without County Commission Approval

Williamson County Mayor, Rogers Anderson, Has Been Paying Williamson Inc., A Chamber Of Commerce Affiliated Organization On A $400,000 Contract That Had Apparently Lapsed, Without Anyone Noticing. The Contract Was Renewed In May Of 2022, And Expired On June 30th, 2023.

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Williamson County Commission Rules Committee To Reconsider Resolution Limiting Rights Of County Commissioners

The Same Mayor Rogers Anderson, Who Mandated Masks And Business Restrictions In Williamson County And Participated In Skyrocketing County Debt To $1.2 Billion, Along With The Attorneys That Have Long Provided Legal Advice On Such Related Topics, Appear To Be Possibly Involved With Engaging In Activities To Restrict Commissioners’ And Citizen Civic Engagement Via Resolution 9-23-46, Which Has Language That Appears To Limit Individual County Commissioners From Calling Or Scheduling Town Hall Meetings In Their Capacity As Elected County Commissioners.

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Resolution Introduced To Limit Williamson County Commissioner Rights After Town Hall Meeting (Op-Ed)

County Legal Counsel Robert Cook Introduced A Resolution Amending The Rules, Regulations And Procedures For Williamson County Board Of Commissioners Concerning Calling Town Hall Meetings. The Resolution Appeared To Be Primarily In Response To County Commissioner Christopher Richards’ Town Hall Meeting Last March, Where Many In Attendance Expressed Concerns About Election Integrity In Williamson County.

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Counties Across Tennessee Choose To Extend or End Mask Mandates

On Friday, Governor Bill Lee Made An Update To His Original Mask Mandate Order, Allowing Local Authorities To Make The Decision To Enforce Wearing Them Or Not.

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