Franklin Considers Housing Options as Area Prices Rise

A new idea for housing incentives in the city of Franklin could bring a more diverse mix of housing prices to the area, which could relieve workforce and transportation woes for residents and employees in Williamson County. Officials with the Franklin Housing Commission brought a proposal to incentivize workforce housing—single-family units costing no more than…

Outlook Williamson Offers Future-Focused Half Day of Data, Developers, and Economic Insights

Business, community and government leaders will have a chance to learn why Williamson County remains such an attractive destination for businesses and residents at Williamson, Inc.’s Outlook Williamson. The half-day economic summit, presented by Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Cooperation, takes place Wednesday, April 24, 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at The Factory at Franklin’s Liberty Hall,…

Outlook Williamson to Discuss ‘Why Williamson’ County is the Place to Be

Business, community and government leaders will have a chance to learn why Williamson County remains such an attractive destination for businesses and residents at Williamson, Inc.’s Outlook Williamson. The half-day economic summit will be Wednesday, April 24 from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at The Factory at Franklin’s Liberty Hall, located at 230 Franklin Rd. The…

Brentwood City Commission Candidates Stand Firm on One Acre Lots, Admit Housing for Seniors Limited

Candidates stand firm on 1-acre lots, believe downsizing options limited for seniors Eight of the nine candidates running for Brentwood City Commission in the May 7 election discussed during a debate Thursday topics such as housing, growth, infrastructure and crime, showing strong conviction in their stance on the issues. Dale Pacetti was out of town…

Smart Women Financial Series to Empower Women through Education

Smart Women Middle Tennessee, a community educational series with a focus on helping women make difficult financial decisions, is gaining traction in Williamson County. The group met this week at the Williamson County Public Library to kick off the Smart Women series, which will meet quarterly at the library. An advisory board was recently formed.…