Commissioner Brandon Ryan

Williamson County, Tennessee - District 11              

Representing Downtown and South Franklin

2017-2018 Committees:

Property Committee

Meets:

4th Wednesday of Every Month

5:30pm - Administrative Complex

 

Human Resources Committee

Meets:

3rd Monday of Every Month

5:30pm - Administrative Complex


Rules Committee

Meets:

As Needed

5:00pm - Administrative Complex


Property Committee

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

 

Committee Members Present:

Commissioner Barb Sturgeon (Chairman)

Commissioner Bert Chalfant

Commissioner Sherri Clark

Commissioner Jeff Ford

Commissioner Betsy Hester

Commissioner Dwight Jones

Commissioner Brandon Ryan


Resolution: 3-18-20

Requested By: Public Safety Director

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A LONG-TERM SITE LEASE AGREEMENT WITH MIDDLE TENNESSEE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION

Explanation: The Williamson County Office of Public Safety has been working to expand the County's emergency communications abilities.  Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) owns property located at 7555 Caney Fork Road, Fairview, Tennessee and has agreed to lease space on the tower to Williamson County for the installation of a telecommunications antenna and related equipment.

Voted: IN FAVOR

Resolution:  PASSED 5-0


Resolution:  3-18-26

Requested By: County Mayor's Office

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY MAYOR TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

Explanation: In May of 2017, the Williamson County Board of Commissioners approved an intent to fund a district wide energy program to study and increase building efficiencies.  Schneider Electric is an international company that provides energy management studies and solutions.  By this Agreement, Schneider Electric will evaluate 11 County-owned facilities to determine what actions need to be taken to improve overall energy efficiency resulting in Budgetary savings.  The initial audit will cost the County approximately $114,000.  These funds will be applied to the cost of the program if the County decides to move forward from the audit.

Voted: IN FAVOR

Resolution: PASSED 6-0

 

 

Purchasing & Insurance Committee

January 24, 2017


Committee Members Present:

Todd Kaestner - Chairman

Rogers Anderson - Mayor

Judy Herbert

Brandon Ryan


Resolution:

Requested By: County Mayor

Motion to Request Budgetary Increase of $1,500 per County Employee for Health Insurance in 2018.

Explanation: Overall trends in Self-Funded County Health Insurance for Employees points to a Budget Deficit in 2017-2018.  Increase spend is necessary to keep Health Insurance Fund at healthy levels.  The requested increase will result in a total overall spend increase of $5.5 million in the 2017-2018 Budget.  Request now goes to full County Commission for approval.

VOTED: IN FAVOR

BUDGET: PASSED 4-0



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