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  • 7/10/17 | Feasibility Study Requested
    Parent group presented initial concerns and requests a feasibility study

  • 8/14/17 | Concerns about Financial Planning of County Presented
    Study Brentwood and interested parents spoke out regarding our concern on the lack of financial planning by the county to fund schools and further supported the proposed feasibility study

  • 8/28/17 | RFQ Passes
    City Commissioners voted 6 to 1 (Commissioner Crossley was opposed) to move forward with the request for qualifications (RFQ) from third party consulting firms

  • 4/16/18 | TACIR Study Passes (More About TACIR Study here)

    Tennessee Senate Joint Resolution 593 passes.  SJR593 directs the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (TACIR) to study the overall effects on public education relative to having multiple school districts operating in the same county. 

  • 7/12/18 | Feasibility Study Vote Fails

    Brentwood City Commission voted 3 In Favor and 3 Against the city school feasibility study which meant that the vote failed.

    • Voting in Favor of the Study:  Vice-Mayor Mark Gorman, Commissioner Rhea Little, & Commissioner Ken Travis

    • Voting Against the Study: Mayor Jill Burgin, Commissioner Betsy Crossley & Commissioner Anne Dunn

    • Absent: Commissioner Regina Smithson was absent due to a death in the family

      Official Video Link to Vote


  • Pay attention to the 2019 Brentwood City Commission Candidates


  • BRENTWOOD CITY COMMISSION ELECTION - MAY 7th | Early voting April 17 - May 2

    • 4 of the 7 seats will be decided

    • Incumbents Jill Burgin and Betsy Crossley are not seeking re-election

    • Incumbents Ken Travis and Anne Dunn are seeking re-election