Burgin, Crossley reflect on service to Brentwood at their last commission meeting

Burgin, Crossley reflect on service to Brentwood at their last commission meeting

FROM: Williamson Herald – Mayor Jill Burgin and commissioner Betsy Crossley, both not seeking reelection, delivered emotional parting words during their last Brentwood City Commission meeting Monday. They even borrowed a few meaningful words from Dr. Seuss and Winnie the Pooh to help them express their unforgettable time serving Brentwood citizens. Burgin has lived in Brentwood since 2000 and was first elected to the city commission in 2011, then was

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Early voting starts today for Brentwood election

Early voting starts today for Brentwood election

FROM: Williamson Herald – Early voting started Wednesday, April 17 for the May 7 Brentwood municipal election.   Nine candidates are seeking election to four seats on the Brentwood City Commission. Candidates include Wyatt Rex Allen, Nelson Andrews, Anne Dunn, Susannah Macmillan, John Magyar, Dale Pacetti, Stevan Pippin, Terrence Smith and Ken Travis. Registered voters may vote for four candidates on the ballot. To view a sample ballot, see VOTE. Early

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Brentwood candidates to debate at Tractor Supply April 11

Brentwood candidates to debate at Tractor Supply April 11

FROM: Williamson Herald – The Williamson Herald is partnering with the Williamson County Association of Realtors, Williamson Inc. and WAKM 950-AM radio for a Brentwood candidate debate to be held at Tractor Supply Company in Brentwood on April 11. The community is invited to attend the debate to learn more about the nine local candidates running for four open Brentwood City Commission seats. Candidates vying for an open seat are

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Nearly 11 percent more registered to vote in Brentwood since 2015

Nearly 11 percent more registered to vote in Brentwood since 2015

FROM: Brentwood Homepage – By RACHAEL LONG – The voter registration deadline for Brentwood’s Municipal election is fast approaching. The election takes place on May 7, with the voter registration deadline on Monday, April 8. As of March 26, 31,593 voters were registered to vote in Brentwood, according to the Williamson County Election Commission. That’s nearly 11 percent more voters than were registered in 2015. Registration can be done online, by

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