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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 7 

Jimmy  Alexander
Mayor

Tommy Dugger
Vice Mayor

Derek Adams
Alderman

Wendy Cook-Mucci
Alderman

Larry Felts
Alderman

Montique Luster
Town Recorder

 

Town of Nolensville
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 7

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN CONTINUING TO ADOPT THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES AND EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 38 AS AMENDED 

WHEREAS, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory disease that appears to occur through respiratory transmission, presents with similar symptoms to those of influenza, and can lead to serious illness or death, particularly in the case of older adults and persons with serious chronic medical conditions; and

WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that all states and territories implement aggressive measures to slow and contain transmission of COVID-19 in the United States; and

WHEREAS, on January 30, 2020. the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern related to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is frequently spread through close contact between persons and respiratory transmission; and

WHEREAS, on March 4, 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in the State of Tennessee was identified, and several additional confirmed or presumptively positive cases of COVID-19 have since been identified in Tennessee; and

WHEREAS, the spread and identification of additional cases ofCOVID-19 in Tennessee, and specifically the Town of Nolensville, is likely to continue, and therefore, taking proactive steps to prevent a substantial risk to public health and safety is paramount; and

WHEREAS, on March I l, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic; and

WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, pursuant to the authority granted by Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-107, the Governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, issued Executive Order No. 14, declaring a state of emergency to facilitate the response to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, declared a national state of emergency with respect to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, as of March 20, 2020, COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, including 14,250 cases within the United States, 154 cases state-wide and 30 cases within Williamson County; and

WHEREAS, on May 6, 2020, Executive Order No. 34 granted the extension of the provisions of Executive Order No. 16 until  June 30, 2020; and

WHEREAS, the Mutual Aid and Emergency and Disaster Assistance Agreement Act of 2004, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq., authorizes the mayor to declare a local state of emergency affecting such official's jurisdiction by executive order consistent and in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v); and

WHEREAS, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v), among other things, authorizes the Town, upon the mayor's declaration of a local state of emergency to waive certain procedures and formalities otherwise required of the Town by law; and

WHEREAS, the declaration of a local state of emergency may entitle the Town to cost reimbursement as provided in Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101; and

WHEREAS, the Mayor has determined that a state of emergency continues to exist within the Town of Nolensville  as the COVID-19 pandemic remains active in Williamson County, but that the adherence to the “ Tennessee Pledge” guidelines by Governor Lee today is in the best interest of the Town businesses and residences.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jimmy Alexander, Mayor of the Town of Nolensville, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Town Charter, and other applicable law, including specifically Tenn. Code Annotated 58-2-110, and Tenn. Code Annotated 58-8-104, do hereby declare a local state of emergency within the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee and hereby order:

1.    The Town  will continue to adopt the guidelines contained in Governor Lee’s Tennessee Pledge.
2.  That restaurants within the Town were able to reopen Monday, April 27, 2020: Click here for Restaurant Guidelines
3.    That retailers  within the Town were able to open Wednesday, April 29, 2020: Click here for Retail Guidelines
4.    That exercise facilities within the Town were able to open Friday, May 1, 2020: Click here for Exercise Facilities Guidelines
5.    That barber shops and hair salons  within the Town  were able to open Wednesday, May 6, 2020: Click here for Close Contact Business Guidelines
6.    The Town recommends that employees in these industries wear cloth face coverings and that business owners follow Federal guidelines for hygiene and workplace sanitation  guidelines related to the pandemic. 

The Town will also adopt the Governor’s Executive Order No. 38: Click here to read Executive Order No. 38
1.   Requirements with respect to social and recreational gatherings, such as festivals, fairs, parades, large parties or picnics, noncontact sporting events and activities, summer camps, and other types of social or recreational gatherings, are clarified to focus on the importance of social distancing from persons outside your household and avoiding social/recreational groups of 50 or more persons..
2.  Nursing homes and similar retirement and long-term-care facilities must remain closed to visitors, unless in the discretion of the facility the visit involves critical assistance for the resident or is to a resident receiving end-of-life care, provided that such a visit may be accomplished without unreasonable risk. 
3.  Senior centers or equivalent facilities remain closed to members or the public.
6. Bars may reopen, but may only serve customers seated at appropriately spaced tables and must follow Tennessee Pledge Restaurant Guidelines.
4.  Tennesseans are urged to continue limiting activity and staying home as much as possible to preserve and build on the health progress.
5.  Take-out and delivery alcohol sales by restaurants and limited-service restaurants will continue to be permitted to encourage customers to utilize take-out or delivery options.
6.  Executive Order No. 38 does not apply to places of worship, weddings, funerals, and related events.
7.     That all remaining provisions of my  prior Executive Orders, to the extent that they had not been modified by the Tennessee Pledge and the actions of Governor Lee  shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed seven days and may be incrementally extended for additional seven-day periods as deemed necessary.

Issued and ordered this the 22nd day of May, 2020, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110 (3), and Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq.

TOWN OF NOLENSVILLE, TENNESSEE

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

ATTEST:     
Montique Luster
Town Recorder                                                             

APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Robert J. Notestine Ill
Town Attorney

 

Posted by Montique Luster Saturday, May 23, 2020 4:30:00 AM Categories: Important Information

Hiring: Police Officer 

The Town of Nolensville is accepting applications for the position of Certified Police Officer for immediate consideration. We are currently seeking one patrol officer that must be Tennessee P.O.S.T. certified at the time of appointment.

The candidate must have the ability to be an organized person who can meet time schedules and deadlines. The candidate must be able to communicate both orally and in written form effectively. The candidate must be able to follow directions from supervisors and carry out assigned tasks. The candidate must be able to maintain a very high level of personal integrity, have good judgment, and be able to make sound decisions independently, with minimal supervision.

Minimum Qualifications

  • At least 21 years of age
  • Citizen of the United States
  • High School Graduate or possess an equivalency (G.E.D.)
  • Possess good moral character
  • Distant Visual Acuity in each eye must be no worse than 20/100 (Snellen) uncorrected, corrected 20/20 in the better eye and 20/30 in the other eye. Binocular vision must be at 20 feet. Must have normal depth perception and must have normal color vision.
  • Valid "Class D" Driver's License.
  • Have not been convicted of or pleaded guilty to or entered a plea of nolo contendere to any felony charge or to any violations of any federal or state laws or city ordinances relating to force, violence, theft, dishonesty, gambling, liquor or controlled substance.
  • Satisfactory driving record; candidate’s driving record will be considered part of the background investigation for this position.
  • Honorable discharge from Military Service (if applicable)
  • The medical requirements for enlistment or appointment to either the Army or Navy are the basis for physical suitability at the time of appointment.
  • Meet standards set by the Tennessee Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission and adopted by the Tennessee General Assembly on June 24, 1983, T.C.A. 38-8-106.

 

Compensation and Benefits include:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Retirement
  • Paid time off including vacation, sick and holiday
  • Minimum starting pay is $18.30/hour depending on experience
  • Shift differential
  • Educational supplement, if applicable

All qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a completed application to mduenez@nolensvilletn.gov in order to be considered for an open position.

Employment Application

Job Description

Posted by Vivianne Conn Tuesday, May 19, 2020 8:38:00 AM Categories: Important Information

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 6 EXTENDED 

Jimmy  Alexander
Mayor

Tommy Dugger
Vice Mayor

Derek Adams
Alderman

Wendy Cook-Mucci
Alderman

Larry Felts
Alderman

Montique Luster
Town Recorder

 

Town of Nolensville
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 6 Extended

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN CONTINUING TO ADOPT THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES AND EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.  34 AS AMENDED 

WHEREAS, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory disease that appears to occur through respiratory transmission, presents with similar symptoms to those of influenza, and can lead to serious illness or death, particularly in the case of older adults and persons with serious chronic medical conditions; and

WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that all states and territories implement aggressive measures to slow and contain transmission of COVID-19 in the United States; and

WHEREAS, on January 30, 2020. the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern related to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is frequently spread through close contact between persons and respiratory transmission; and

WHEREAS, on March 4, 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in the State of Tennessee was identified, and several additional confirmed or presumptively positive cases of COVID-19 have since been identified in Tennessee; and

WHEREAS, the spread and identification of additional cases ofCOVID-19 in Tennessee, and specifically the Town of Nolensville, is likely to continue, and therefore, taking proactive steps to prevent a substantial risk to public health and safety is paramount; and

WHEREAS, on March I l, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic; and

WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, pursuant to the authority granted by Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-107, the Governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, issued Executive Order No. 14, declaring a state of emergency to facilitate the response to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, declared a national state of emergency with respect to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, as of March 20, 2020, COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, including 14,250 cases within the United States, 154 cases state-wide and 30 cases within Williamson County; and

WHEREAS, on May 6, 2020, Executive Order No. 34 granted the extension of the provisions of Executive Order No. 16 until  June 30, 2020; and

WHEREAS, the Mutual Aid and Emergency and Disaster Assistance Agreement Act of 2004, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq., authorizes the mayor to declare a local state of emergency affecting such official's jurisdiction by executive order consistent and in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v); and

WHEREAS, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v), among other things, authorizes the Town, upon the mayor's declaration of a local state of emergency to waive certain procedures and formalities otherwise required of the Town by law; and

WHEREAS, the declaration of a local state of emergency may entitle the Town to cost reimbursement as provided in Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101; and

WHEREAS, the Mayor has determined that a state of emergency continues to exist within the Town of Nolensville  as the COVID-19 pandemic remains active in Williamson County, but that the adherence to the “ Tennessee Pledge” guidelines by Governor Lee today is in the best interest of the Town businesses and residences.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jimmy Alexander, Mayor of the Town of Nolensville, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Town Charter, and other applicable law, including specifically Tenn. Code Annotated 58-2-110, and Tenn. Code Annotated 58-8-104, do hereby declare a local state of emergency within the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee and hereby order:

1.    The Town  will continue to adopt the guidelines contained in Governor Lee’s Tennessee Pledge and urges all businesses to accept and follow the Tennessee Pledge.
2.    That restaurants within the Town were able to reopen Monday, April 27, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Restaurant Guidelines
3.    That retailers  within the Town were able to open Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Retail Guidelines
4.    That exercise facilities within the Town were able to open Friday, May 1, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Exercise Facilities Guidelines
5.    That barber shops and hair salons  within the Town  were able to open Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Close Contact Business Guidelines
6.    The Town recommends that employees in these industries wear cloth face coverings and that business owners follow Federal guidelines for hygiene and workplace sanitation  guidelines related to the pandemic. 
7.    These industries and the public are requested to adhere to the guidelines for restaurants, retail, exercise facilities, barbershop and hair salon re-opening as provided by the state of Tennessee.
8.    That all remaining provisions of my  prior Executive Orders, to the extent that they had not been modified by the Tennessee Pledge and the actions of Governor Lee  shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed seven days and may be incrementally extended for additional seven-day periods as deemed necessary.

Issued and ordered this the 15th day of May, 2020, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110 (3), and Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq.

TOWN OF NOLENSVILLE, TENNESSEE

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor


ATTEST:     
Montique Luster
Town Recorder                                                             

APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Robert J. Notestine Ill
Town Attorney

 

Posted by Montique Luster Friday, May 15, 2020 10:40:00 AM Categories: Important Information

Executive Order No. 6 

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

Tommy Dugger
Vice Mayor

Derek Adams
Alderman

Wendy Cook-Mucci
Alderman

Larry Felts
Alderman

Montique Luster
Town Recorder

Town of Nolensville
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 6


AN ORDER OF THE TOWN CONTINUING TO ADOPT THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES AND EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.  34 AS AMENDED 

WHEREAS, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory disease that appears to occur through respiratory transmission, presents with similar symptoms to those of influenza, and can lead to serious illness or death, particularly in the case of older adults and persons with serious chronic medical conditions; and

WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that all states and territories implement aggressive measures to slow and contain transmission of COVID-19 in the United States; and

WHEREAS, on January 30, 2020. the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern related to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is frequently spread through close contact between persons and respiratory transmission; and

WHEREAS, on March 4, 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in the State of Tennessee was identified, and several additional confirmed or presumptively positive cases of COVID-19 have since been identified in Tennessee; and

WHEREAS, the spread and identification of additional cases ofCOVID-19 in Tennessee, and specifically the Town of Nolensville, is likely to continue, and therefore, taking proactive steps to prevent a substantial risk to public health and safety is paramount; and

WHEREAS, on March I l, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic; and

WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, pursuant to the authority granted by Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-107, the Governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, issued Executive Order No. 14, declaring a state of emergency to facilitate the response to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, declared a national state of emergency with respect to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, as of March 20, 2020, COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, including 14,250 cases within the United States, 154 cases state-wide and 30 cases within Williamson County; and

WHEREAS, on May 6, 2020, Executive Order No. 34 granted the extension of the provisions of Executive Order No. 16 until  June 30, 2020; and

WHEREAS, the Mutual Aid and Emergency and Disaster Assistance Agreement Act of 2004, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq., authorizes the mayor to declare a local state of emergency affecting such official's jurisdiction by executive order consistent and in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v); and

WHEREAS, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v), among other things, authorizes the Town, upon the mayor's declaration of a local state of emergency to waive certain procedures and formalities otherwise required of the Town by law; and

WHEREAS, the declaration of a local state of emergency may entitle the Town to cost reimbursement as provided in Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101; and

WHEREAS, the Mayor has determined that a state of emergency continues to exist within the Town of Nolensville  as the COVID-19 pandemic remains active in Williamson County, but that the adherence to the “ Tennessee Pledge” guidelines by Governor Lee today is in the best interest of the Town businesses and residences.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jimmy Alexander, Mayor of the Town of Nolensville, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Town Charter, and other applicable law, including specifically Tenn. Code Annotated 58-2-110, and Tenn. Code Annotated 58-8-104, do hereby declare a local state of emergency within the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee and hereby order:

1.    The Town  will continue to adopt the guidelines contained in Governor Lee’s Tennessee Pledge and urges all businesses to accept and follow the Tennessee Pledge.
2.    That restaurants within the Town were able to reopen Monday, April 27, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Restaurant Guidelines
3.    That retailers  within the Town were able to open Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Retail Guidelines
4.    That exercise facilities within the Town were able to open Friday, May 1, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Exercise Facilities Guidelines
5.    That barber shops and hair salons  within the Town  were able to open Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Close Contact Business Guidelines
6.    The Town recommends that employees in these industries wear cloth face coverings and that business owners follow Federal guidelines for hygiene and workplace sanitation  guidelines related to the pandemic. 
7.    These industries and the public are requested to adhere to the guidelines for restaurants, retail, exercise facilities, barbershop and hair salon re-opening as provided by the state of Tennessee.
8.    That all remaining provisions of my  prior Executive Orders, to the extent that they had not been modified by the Tennessee Pledge and the actions of Governor Lee  shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed seven days and may be incrementally extended for additional seven-day periods as deemed necessary.

Issued and ordered this the 8th day of May, 2020, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110 (3), and Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq.

TOWN OF NOLENSVILLE, TENNESSEE

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

ATTEST:     
Montique Luster
Town Recorder                                                             

APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Robert J. Notestine Ill

Town Attorney

Posted by Montique Luster Friday, May 8, 2020 11:07:00 AM Categories: Important Information

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 5 

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

Tommy Dugger
Vice Mayor

Derek Adams
Alderman

Wendy Cook-Mucci
Alderman

Larry Felts
Alderman

Montique Luster
Town Recorder

Town of Nolensville
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 5

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN CONTINUING TO ADOPT THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES AS AMENDED

WHEREAS, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory disease that appears to occur through respiratory transmission, presents with similar symptoms to those of influenza, and can lead to serious illness or death, particularly in the case of older adults and persons with serious chronic medical conditions; and

WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that all states and territories implement aggressive measures to slow and contain transmission of COVID-19 in the United States; and

WHEREAS, on January 30, 2020. the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern related to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is frequently spread through close contact between persons and respiratory transmission; and

WHEREAS, on March 4, 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in the State of Tennessee was identified, and several additional confirmed or presumptively positive cases of COVID-19 have since been identified in Tennessee; and

WHEREAS, the spread and identification of additional cases ofCOVID-19 in Tennessee, and specifically the Town of Nolensville, is likely to continue, and therefore, taking proactive steps to prevent a substantial risk to public health and safety is paramount; and

WHEREAS, on March I l, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic; and

WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, pursuant to the authority granted by Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-107, the Governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, issued Executive Order No. 14, declaring a state of emergency to facilitate the response to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, declared a national state of emergency with respect to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, as of March 20, 2020, COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, including 14,250 cases within the United States, 154 cases state-wide and 30 cases within Williamson County; and

WHEREAS, the Mutual Aid and Emergency and Disaster Assistance Agreement Act of 2004, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq., authorizes the mayor to declare a local state of emergency affecting such official's jurisdiction by executive order consistent and in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v); and

WHEREAS, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v), among other things, authorizes the Town, upon the mayor's declaration of a local state of emergency to waive certain procedures and formalities otherwise required of the Town by law; and

WHEREAS, the declaration of a local state of emergency may entitle the Town to cost reimbursement as provided in Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101; and

WHEREAS, the Mayor has determined that a state of emergency continues to exist within the Town of Nolensville  as the COVID-19 pandemic remains active in Williamson County, but that the adherence to the “ Tennessee Pledge” guidelines by Governor Lee today is in the best interest of the Town businesses and residences.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jimmy Alexander, Mayor of the Town of Nolensville, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Town Charter, and other applicable law, including specifically Tenn. Code Annotated 58-2-110, and Tenn. Code Annotated 58-8-104, do hereby declare a local state of emergency within the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee and hereby order:

1.    The Town  will continue to adopt the guidelines contained in Governor Lee’s Tennessee Pledge and urges all businesses to accept and follow the Tennessee Pledge, as amended this week.
2.    That restaurants within the Town were able to reopen Monday, April 27, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Restaurant Guidelines
3.    That retailers  within the Town were able to open Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Retail Guidelines
4.    That exercise facilities within the Town are able to open Friday, May 1, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Exercise Facilities Guidelines
5.    That barber shops and hair salons  within the Town  will be able to open Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Close Contact Business Guidelines
6.    The Town recommends that employees in these industries wear cloth face coverings and that business owners follow Federal guidelines for hygiene and workplace sanitation  guidelines related to the pandemic. 
7.    These industries and the public are requested to adhere to the guidelines for restaurants, retail, exercise facilities, barbershop and hair salon re-opening as provided by the state of Tennessee.
8.    That all remaining provisions of my  prior Executive Orders, to the extent that they had not been modified by the Tennessee Pledge and the actions of Governor Lee  shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed seven days and may be incrementally extended for additional seven-day periods as deemed necessary.

Issued and ordered this the 1st day of May, 2020, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110 (3), and Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq.

TOWN OF NOLENSVILLE, TENNESSEE


Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

ATTEST:     
Montique Luster
Town Recorder                                                             

APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Robert J. Notestine Ill
Town Attorney

 
 

Posted by Montique Luster Friday, May 1, 2020 1:43:00 PM Categories: Important Information

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 4 

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

Tommy Dugger
Vice Mayor

Derek Adams
Alderman

Wendy Cook-Mucci
Alderman

Larry Felts
Alderman

Montique Luster
Town Recorder


Town of Nolensville
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 4

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN ADOPTING THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES 

WHEREAS, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory disease that appears to occur through respiratory transmission, presents with similar symptoms to those of influenza, and can lead to serious illness or death, particularly in the case of older adults and persons with serious chronic medical conditions; and

WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that all states and territories implement aggressive measures to slow and contain transmission of COVID-19 in the United States; and

WHEREAS, on January 30, 2020. the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern related to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is frequently spread through close contact between persons and respiratory transmission; and

WHEREAS, on March 4, 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in the State of Tennessee was identified, and several additional confirmed or presumptively positive cases of COVID-19 have since been identified in Tennessee; and

WHEREAS, the spread and identification of additional cases ofCOVID-19 in Tennessee, and specifically the Town of Nolensville, is likely to continue, and therefore, taking proactive steps to prevent a substantial risk to public health and safety is paramount; and

WHERES, on March I l, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic; and

WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, pursuant to the authority granted by Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-107, the Governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, issued Executive Order No. 14, declaring a state of emergency to facilitate the response to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, declared a national state of emergency with respect to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, as of March 20, 2020, COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, including 14,250 cases within the United States, 154 cases state-wide and 30 cases within Williamson County; and

WHEREAS, the Mutual Aid and Emergency and Disaster Assistance Agreement Act of 2004, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq., authorizes the mayor to declare a local state of emergency affecting such official's jurisdiction by executive order consistent and in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v); and

WHEREAS, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v), among other things, authorizes the Town, upon the mayor's declaration of a local state of emergency to waive certain procedures and formalities otherwise required of the Town by law; and

WHEREAS, the declaration of a local state of emergency may entitle the Town to cost reimbursement as provided in Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101; and

WHEREAS, the Mayor has determined that a state of emergency continues to exist within the Town of Nolensville  as the COVID-19 pandemic remains active in Williamson County, but that the adherence to the “ Tennessee Pledge” guidelines by Governor Lee today is in the best interest of the Town businesses and residences.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jimmy Alexander, Mayor of the Town of Nolensville, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Town Charter, and other applicable law, including specifically Tenn. Code Annotated 58-2-110, and Tenn. Code Annotated 58-8-104, do hereby declare a local state of emergency within the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee and hereby order:

1.    The Town adopts the guidelines contained in Governor Lee’s Tennessee Pledge and urges all businesses to accept and follow the Tennessee Pledge.
2.     That restaurants within the Town are able to reopen Monday, April 27, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Restaurant Guidelines
3.    That retailers  within the Town are able to open Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 50 percent occupancy: Click here for Retail Guidelines
4.    The Town recommends that employees in both industries wear cloth face coverings and that business owners follow Federal guidelines for hygiene and workplace sanitation  guidelines related to the pandemic. 
5.    Both industries and the public are requested to adhere to the guidelines for retail and  restaurant re-opening as provided by the state of Tennessee.
6.That all remaining provisions of my  prior Executive Orders, to the extent that they had not been modified by the Tennessee Pledge No. 1 and The actions of Governor Lee  shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed seven days and may be incrementally extended for additional seven-day periods as deemed necessary.

Issued and ordered this the 24th day of April, 2020, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110 (3), and Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq.

TOWN OF NOLENSVILLE, TENNESSEE

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

ATTEST:     
Montique Luster
Town Recorder                                                             

APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Robert J. Notestine Ill
Town Attorney

 

 

Posted by Montique Luster Friday, April 24, 2020 1:58:00 PM Categories: Important Information

Sunset Road Widening Project Status Update: 

 

Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Sunset Road Widening Project Status

ATMOS Gas will on-site Monday, April 27,2020 to begin the relocation of the gas line. This will allow Jarrett Builders to complete the trail just east of Bennington Place.

Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Sunset Road widening project status:,

1)The section of multi-use trail from Bennington Place to the east has been held up due top unforeseen utility conflicts. There is a water main that is higher in elevation than was indicated. This resulted in a redesign of the drainage system from Bennington Place. This redesign resulted in a conflict with a high pressure gas line that requires the relocation of the gas line by ATMOS Gas. They have informed us that they are working with curtailed crews during the virus outbreak. As soon as they resume work and relocate the gas line, the Town’s contractor, Jarrett Builders, will complete the trail.

2) The Town is working with Jarrett and the design team with Ragan Smith & Associates to resolve the poor asphalt surface on Sunset Road. Two solutions have been identified and are being discussed. Both of these solutions involve the removal of some of the current asphalt and resurfacing the roadway.

3) There are also a number of minor issues that will be identified and discussed during a punch-list inspection later this week.

Following the completion of the asphalt remediation, thermo-plastic roadway markings will be installed including all lane lines and crosswalk markings.

Posted by Montique Luster Tuesday, April 21, 2020 11:08:00 AM Categories: Important Information

EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 3 EXTENDED-COVID19 

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

Tommy Dugger
Vice Mayor

Derek Adams
Alderman

Wendy Cook-Mucci
Alderman

Larry Felts
Alderman

Montique Luster
Town Recorder

Town of Nolensville
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 3 EXTENDED

 

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN ADOPTING THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 23 REQUIRING TENNESSEANS TO STAY HOME UNLESS ENGAGING IN ESSENTIAL ACTIVITY OR ESSENTIAL SERVICES

WHEREAS, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory disease that appears to occur through respiratory transmission, presents with similar symptoms to those of influenza, and can lead to serious illness or death, particularly in the case of older adults and persons with serious chronic medical conditions; and

WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that all states and territories implement aggressive measures to slow and contain transmission of COVID-19 in the United States; and

WHEREAS, on January 30, 2020. the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern related to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is frequently spread through close contact between persons and respiratory transmission; and

WHEREAS, on March 4, 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in the State of Tennessee was identified, and several additional confirmed or presumptively positive cases of COVID-19 have since been identified in Tennessee; and

WHEREAS, the spread and identification of additional cases ofCOVID-19 in Tennessee, and specifically the Town of Nolensville, is likely to continue, and therefore, taking proactive steps to prevent a substantial risk to public health and safety is paramount; and

WHEREAS, on March I l, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic; and

WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, pursuant to the authority granted by Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-107, the Governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, issued Executive Order No. 14, declaring a state of emergency to facilitate the response to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, declared a national state of emergency with respect to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, as of March 20, 2020, COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, including 14,250 cases within the United States, 154 cases state-wide and 30 cases within Williamson County; and

WHEREAS, the Mutual Aid and Emergency and Disaster Assistance Agreement Act of 2004, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq., authorizes the mayor to declare a local state of emergency affecting such official's jurisdiction by executive order consistent and in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v); and

WHEREAS, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v), among other things, authorizes the Town, upon the mayor's declaration of a local state of emergency to waive certain procedures and formalities otherwise required of the Town by law; and

WHEREAS, the declaration of a local state of emergency may entitle the Town to cost reimbursement as provided in Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101; and

WHEREAS, The Mayor of the Town of Nolensville issued Executive Order No. 1 on March 21, 2020 declaring that a state of emergency existed in the Town of Nolensville ; and

WHEREAS, the authorizing statute requires that Order No.1 will expire if not extended by subsequent act of the Mayor; and

WHEREAS, the Mayor has determined that a state of emergency continues to exist within the Town of Nolensville  as the COVID-19 pandemic remains active in Williamson County.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jimmy Alexander, Mayor of the Town of Nolensville, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Town Charter, and other applicable law, including specifically Tenn. Code Annotated 58-2-110, and Tenn. Code Annotated 58-8-104, do hereby declare a local state of emergency within the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee and hereby order:

  1. That all remaining provisions of my Executive Order No. 1 shall be extended and shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed seven days and may be incrementally extended for additional seven-day periods as deemed necessary.
  2. That the Town of Nolensville adopts as part of this order the provisions of Executive Order 23 issued by Governor Lee on April 2, 2020 which requires Safer at Home compliance  except for those engaging Essential Activities and Essential Services.

Issued and ordered this the 17th day of April, 2020, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110 (3), and Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq.

TOWN OF NOLENSVILLE, TENNESSEE

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

ATTEST:     
Montique Luster
Town Recorder                                                             

APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Robert J. Notestine Ill
Town Attorney

Posted by Montique Luster Friday, April 17, 2020 12:30:00 PM Categories: Important Information

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 3 EXTENDED-COVID19 

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

Tommy Dugger
Vice Mayor

Derek Adams
Alderman

Wendy Cook-Mucci
Alderman

Larry Felts
Alderman

Montique Luster
Town Recorder

Town of Nolensville
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 3 EXTENDED

 

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN ADOPTING THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 23 REQUIRING TENNESSEANS TO STAY HOME UNLESS ENGAGING IN ESSENTIAL ACTIVITY OR ESSENTIAL SERVICES

WHEREAS, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory disease that appears to occur through respiratory transmission, presents with similar symptoms to those of influenza, and can lead to serious illness or death, particularly in the case of older adults and persons with serious chronic medical conditions; and

WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that all states and territories implement aggressive measures to slow and contain transmission of COVID-19 in the United States; and

WHEREAS, on January 30, 2020. the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern related to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is frequently spread through close contact between persons and respiratory transmission; and

WHEREAS, on March 4, 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in the State of Tennessee was identified, and several additional confirmed or presumptively positive cases of COVID-19 have since been identified in Tennessee; and

WHEREAS, the spread and identification of additional cases ofCOVID-19 in Tennessee, and specifically the Town of Nolensville, is likely to continue, and therefore, taking proactive steps to prevent a substantial risk to public health and safety is paramount; and

WHEREAS, on March I l, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic; and

WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, pursuant to the authority granted by Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-107, the Governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, issued Executive Order No. 14, declaring a state of emergency to facilitate the response to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, declared a national state of emergency with respect to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, as of March 20, 2020, COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, including 14,250 cases within the United States, 154 cases state-wide and 30 cases within Williamson County; and

WHEREAS, the Mutual Aid and Emergency and Disaster Assistance Agreement Act of 2004, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq., authorizes the mayor to declare a local state of emergency affecting such official's jurisdiction by executive order consistent and in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v); and

WHEREAS, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v), among other things, authorizes the Town, upon the mayor's declaration of a local state of emergency to waive certain procedures and formalities otherwise required of the Town by law; and

WHEREAS, the declaration of a local state of emergency may entitle the Town to cost reimbursement as provided in Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101; and

WHEREAS, The Mayor of the Town of Nolensville issued Executive Order No. 1 on March 21, 2020 declaring that a state of emergency existed in the Town of Nolensville ; and

WHEREAS, the authorizing statute requires that Order No.1 will expire if not extended by subsequent act of the Mayor; and

WHEREAS, the Mayor has determined that a state of emergency continues to exist within the Town of Nolensville  as the COVID-19 pandemic remains active in Williamson County.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jimmy Alexander, Mayor of the Town of Nolensville, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Town Charter, and other applicable law, including specifically Tenn. Code Annotated 58-2-110, and Tenn. Code Annotated 58-8-104, do hereby declare a local state of emergency within the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee and hereby order:

  1. That all remaining provisions of my Executive Order No. 1 shall be extended and shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed seven days and may be incrementally extended for additional seven-day periods as deemed necessary.
  2. That the Town of Nolensville adopts as part of this order the provisions of Executive Order 23 issued by Governor Lee on April 2, 2020 which requires Safer at Home compliance  except for those engaging Essential Activities and Essential Services.

Issued and ordered this the 10th day of April, 2020, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110 (3), and Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq.

TOWN OF NOLENSVILLE, TENNESSEE

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

ATTEST:     
Montique Luster
Town Recorder                                                             

APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Robert J. Notestine Ill
Town Attorney

Posted by Montique Luster Friday, April 10, 2020 12:55:00 PM Categories: Important Information

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 3-COVID-19 

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

Tommy Dugger
Vice Mayor

Derek Adams
Alderman

Wendy Cook-Mucci
Alderman

Larry Felts
Alderman

Montique Luster
Town Recorder

Town of Nolensville
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 3 

 

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN ADOPTING THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 23 REQUIRING TENNESSEANS TO STAY HOME UNLESS ENGAGING IN ESSENTIAL ACTIVITY OR ESSENTIAL SERVICES

WHEREAS, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory disease that appears to occur through respiratory transmission, presents with similar symptoms to those of influenza, and can lead to serious illness or death, particularly in the case of older adults and persons with serious chronic medical conditions; and

WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that all states and territories implement aggressive measures to slow and contain transmission of COVID-19 in the United States; and

WHEREAS, on January 30, 2020. the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern related to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is frequently spread through close contact between persons and respiratory transmission; and

WHEREAS, on March 4, 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in the State of Tennessee was identified, and several additional confirmed or presumptively positive cases of COVID-19 have since been identified in Tennessee; and

WHEREAS, the spread and identification of additional cases ofCOVID-19 in Tennessee, and specifically the Town of Nolensville, is likely to continue, and therefore, taking proactive steps to prevent a substantial risk to public health and safety is paramount; and

WHEREAS, on March I l, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic; and

WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020, pursuant to the authority granted by Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-107, the Governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, issued Executive Order No. 14, declaring a state of emergency to facilitate the response to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, declared a national state of emergency with respect to COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, as of March 20, 2020, COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, including 14,250 cases within the United States, 154 cases state-wide and 30 cases within Williamson County; and

WHEREAS, the Mutual Aid and Emergency and Disaster Assistance Agreement Act of 2004, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq., authorizes the mayor to declare a local state of emergency affecting such official's jurisdiction by executive order consistent and in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v); and

WHEREAS, Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110(3)(A)(v), among other things, authorizes the Town, upon the mayor's declaration of a local state of emergency to waive certain procedures and formalities otherwise required of the Town by law; and

WHEREAS, the declaration of a local state of emergency may entitle the Town to cost reimbursement as provided in Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101; and

WHEREAS, The Mayor of the Town of Nolensville issued Executive Order No. 1 on March 21, 2020 declaring that a state of emergency existed in the Town of Nolensville ; and

WHEREAS, the authorizing statute requires that Order No.1 will expire if not extended by subsequent act of the Mayor; and

WHEREAS, the Mayor has determined that a state of emergency continues to exist within the Town of Nolensville  as the COVID-19 pandemic remains active in Williamson County.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jimmy Alexander, Mayor of the Town of Nolensville, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Town Charter, and other applicable law, including specifically Tenn. Code Annotated 58-2-110, and Tenn. Code Annotated 58-8-104, do hereby declare a local state of emergency within the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee and hereby order:

  1. That all remaining provisions of my Executive Order No. 1 shall be extended and shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed seven days and may be incrementally extended for additional seven-day periods as deemed necessary.
  2. That the Town of Nolensville adopts as part of this order the provisions of Executive Order 23 issued by Governor Lee on April 2, 2020 which requires Safer at Home compliance  except for those engaging Essential Activities and Essential Services.

Issued and ordered this the 3rd day of April, 2020, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110 (3), and Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq.

TOWN OF NOLENSVILLE, TENNESSEE

Jimmy Alexander
Mayor

ATTEST:     
Montique Luster
Town Recorder                                                             

APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Robert J. Notestine Ill
Town Attorney

 

Posted by Montique Luster Friday, April 3, 2020 11:28:00 AM Categories: Important Information
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