City of Brentwood May 2021 Update — Property Tax Rate, Disaster Relief for Flood, Summer Concert Series

Thank you to everyone who has reached out to me this past couple of weeks with positive comments and support. I don’t think I have ever received more encouraging messages, and I’m honored to serve as your Vice Mayor. I am also pleased to see that people in Brentwood are quick to recognize cheap political stunts. We’ve recently completed election…

Old Smyrna Road 2021

Elections, Vaccinations, Tax Dollars and Trains

View this email in your browser As vaccinations are rolling out and most people are eligible to receive them, I’m glad to see our community getting back to a more-familiar feel. The storms over the weekend were quite severe. I hope you and your family made it through alright. The City of Brentwood has a process to assess storm damage and…

Possible annexation of 175 acres into Brentwood as well as recent news and upcoming events, October 2020

As 2020 continues to grind ahead, I’m pleased to see some more “normal” business coming in front of our Brentwood City Commission. For the first time since my election to our commission, we have a request to annex land and review the way the land is zoned.  I’m going to take this opportunity to share information I have on the…

Sept 2020 update from Commissioner Nelson Andrews: Focus on YMCA One Brentwood Plan

This year continues to be a year of challenges, and I’m sure we are all going to remember 2020 for a long time.  While there are changes both welcome and unwelcome, there are also opportunities for growth and improvement. Right now, we are working hard to successfully restart contact sports in our schools and parks, adapt social norms to requests…

Brentwood Update from Commissioner Nelson Andrews – focus on Parks, Bike Lanes, and news

The past few weeks have been a whirlwind of activity at the City of Brentwood, with some remarkable developments for our Park System, resounding praise of our Water and Sewer department by Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Chief Engineer George Garden, and the opportunity to review some alternatives for extending our bike lanes down Granny White Pike. As always,…

Brentwood Update for Thanksgiving 2019 — Focus on Getting Engaged in our Community

Happy Thanksgiving! As we are wrapping up 2019, I’m reflecting what I’ve learned about Brentwood this year.  While I’ve lived here almost my entire life, it is still remarkable how much there is to our community.  It has also been a reminder of how participating adds to the joy of being here.  As we come into the holidays, I’m going…