Jimmy Alexander

Tommy Dugger
Vice Mayor

Derek Adams

Wendy Cook-Mucci

Larry Felts

Montique Luster
Town Recorder

Town of Nolensville
Executive Order No. 2 an Extension of Executive Order No. 1

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 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.

Issued and ordered this the 27st day of March, 2020, pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. 58-2-110 (3), and Tenn. Code Ann. 58-8-101 et seq.


Jimmy Alexander

Montique Luster
Town Recorder                                                             

Robert J. Notestine Ill
Town Attorney