Nolensville Dispatch – Canines on Patrol

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WH – County commission wraps up fiscal year

As the 2013-14 fiscal year comes to a close, the Williamson County Commission approved resolutions that will complete the books for this year as well as solidify the county budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year. The body’s final meeting on the FY 2014-2015 budget is set for July 14, traditionally a day-long meeting. Resolutions in…

School construction funds clear county commission; sheriff’s dept gets new K-9

At Monday night’s monthly meeting, the Williamson County Commission passed $40 million in startup funds for construction of Nolensville High School, Mill Creek Elementary and Mill Creek Middle, all expected to open fall 2016. A total of $113,617 from the undesignated fund balance also passed the commission to compensate teachers. Report cards for district students…

The Tennessean – K-9 deputy Ammo joins Williamson County Sheriff’s Office

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office introduced its new K-9 deputy, Ammo, at Monday night’s commission meeting. The fully-trained 21-month-old Belgian Malinois shepherd, valued at $15,000, was donated to the department by Nashville K-9 LLC. Ammo’s new partner is Cpl. Keith Bennett, and the pair will train together for a few weeks to certify with the…

Nashville K-9 trainers donate $15,000 deputy to WCSO

Deputy Ammo is the newest addition to the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office K-9 division. The 21-month-old Belgian Shepherd was introduced to the Williamson County Commission Monday night after commissioners approved training company Nashville K-9 to donate the dog to the sheriff’s department. Former Deputy Cash, a German Shepherd for WCSO, retired in February at 7…


The Williamson County Commission, the Legislative Body of Williamson County, was called to order by Chairman Jack Walton on June 9, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. at the Administrative Complex, Franklin, Tennessee. Read More