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Board of Mayor and Aldermen

mayoraldermenThe Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA): Nolensville was chartered as a Town in 1996 with a Board of Mayor and Aldermen as the legislative and policy-making body of the Town. The Board consists of four (4) aldermen members elected at-large for 4-year, staggered terms, and one (1) mayor elected at-large for a four year term. Unless otherwise rescheduled, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen meets on the first Thursdays of each month at 7 p.m. at Nolensville Town Hall, located at 7218 Nolensville Road. Special meetings and workshops are held at various times as needed.

Current BOMA Members


Mayor Alexander has been a Nolensville resident since 1999.  He retired from the Metropolitan Government of Nashville, TN in 2004 after being a staff member of the Planning Commission for 42 years. Mayor Alexander was elected to the Nolensville Alderman Board in 2004 and elected for a second term in 2008.  He has been a member of the Nolensville Planning Commission since being elected Alderman and is a member of the Williamson County Economic Development Committees. Mayor Alexander was elected as Mayor in November 2010 and re-elected in November of 2014 and 2018.

Besides his role as Chief Executive Officer, Mayor Alexander continues to serve on the Planning Commission.  He also represents Nolensville and serves as an At-Large Director on the Tennessee Municipal League Board

Vice Mayor Walter Thomas (Tommy) Dugger III was born in South Nashville. He attended Glencliff High School and Middle Tennessee State University. He moved to Nolensville in 1992 with wife Linda. Vice Mayor Dugger and Linda have been married for 42 years and have four children and five grandchildren.

Vice Mayor Dugger is very active with school events and has served as the Band Booster President of Brentwood High School. He has previously served as a member of the Lions Club and is currently a member of Nolensville Historical Society. He is also a member of Providence Baptist Church.

Vice Mayor Dugger worked for Colonial Bread/Earthgrains/Sarah Lee for 27 years with his last position as Director of Sales for Middle TN and Southern KY.  He started Nolensville’s first independent Insurance company in 2004 and Dugger Realty in 2007.  He moved his business to the Nolensville Historic District and restored the current office on Sam Donald Court in 2014.

Vice Mayor Dugger has served on the Board of Mayor and Alderman (BOMA)  as Alderman, Vice Mayor and Mayor.  He has also served on Board of Zoning Appeals, Planning Commission, and the Historic Zoning Commission.


Alderman Wendy Cook-Mucci has lived in Nolensville since 2008.  She has taught Sociology for more than 20 years, spending the last ten years at Tennessee Tech University.  She earned undergraduate degrees in Communication and Sociology from Missouri State University and a graduate degree from Southern Illinois University. 

Alderman Cook-Mucci is an active member of the Nolensville community--she is a board member for the Nolensville Running Club, and the Nolensville Community Closet, coordinated fundraisers for Nolensville High School athletics, the Nolensville Food Pantry, Miles for Amelia and has directed the NRC Couch to 5k program for the past five years. 

Alderman Cook-Mucci worked with Ravenwood High School's Speech and Debate program for five years, leading them to state and national recognition.  Mrs. Cook-Mucci is active at Nolensville First United Methodist Church and has served as a leader for middle and high school youth there. 

Alderman Cook-Mucci and her husband Jeff have four children.


Alderman Derek Adams was elected to the position in 2018.  He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a B.S. in Computer Science.  He currently works as a software engineer specializing in migration of data to the cloud for many healthcare companies around Nashville.  When he isn't working on the latest tech, he is seen around town riding the latest tech - his Onewheel.

Alderman Adams is a resident of Bent Creek with his wife Courtney, two sons Harvey and Sullivan, and adopted daughter Ginny Rose.  

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Alderman Russell Gill is a native of Humphreys County. He is an alumnus of Waverly Central High School, Belmont College, and Nashville School of Law.

Gill is a lawyer in private practice in Nolensville, after enjoying a two-decade long career in the telecommunications industry.  In addition to pursuing a practice in real estate closings and juvenile law, Alderman Gill is serving a four-year term as the Public Guardian, Trustee, & Conservator for Williamson County, as appointed by the county commission.

Alderman Gill and his wife Heidi have lived in Nolensville since 2009. They are blessed with two children, son Taylor and daughter Kennerly. The Gill family worship at Providence Baptist Church, where Russell and Heidi are charter members.