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Mayor Rogers Anderson to give State of the County Address July 24

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State of the County 2018 (copy)

County Mayor Rogers Anderson is set to deliver the State of the County Address July 24, discussing education, transportation, economics and more.

Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson will to deliver this year’s annual State of the County Address to more than 400 business leaders on Wednesday, July 24 at Williamson, Inc.’s Business Luncheon, presented by Williamson Medical Center.

The meeting will begin at 11 a.m. at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs.

Anderson’s address will give an overview of how the county is performing on economic indicators such as financial health, education, public safety, transportation, job growth and employment, and capital investments. He will also outline the county’s budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year.

Attendees will also learn more about the many departments that keep Williamson County running and the recent and future projects around the county and how they will serve to positively impact the community.

Luncheon tickets are $55 for members and $75 for non-members and may be purchased at www.williamsonchamber.com.

For those interested in sponsoring the event or purchasing a table for an organization, contact Griffin Wilcoxon at griffin@williamsonchamber.com.

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MJN

As a county resident I am interested in hearing Mayor Anderson's "State of the County Address." Does anyone know if his report will be shared in a different venue free to all residents? For instance, will his speech be viewable on the City or County website or will he present this report at a future public meeting to constituents? Any additional information would be appreciated. Thank you.

Bob Marsh

I checked the County website and didn't see anything about this. I could have missed it though. Lot of stuff there. However you can bet higher taxes are in store for us. It's growing like crazy around here but they just can't get enough money from us.

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