After 27 years, City Judge Tom Taylor moves to Williamson County General Sessions Court

The public is invited to join City staff as we honor and thank City Court Judge Tom Taylor for his 27 years of service with the City of Franklin as City Judge.  Taylor presided over thousands of cases in City court from traffic and parking violations. to zoning ordinance violations. It is scheduled for Tuesday, August 26 from 4:00-5:00 pm in the Franklin City Hall Community Development Conference Room

Mayor Ken Moore said, “Judge Taylor has served honorably in his role as City Judge and we appreciate those years of dedicated service.   We know he’s treated the thousands of citizens and visitors who have been in his courtroom over his 27 years thoughtfully and fairly.”

Judge Taylor said, “I want to thank every last man and woman employed by the City of Franklin during the 27 years I have been the City Judge.  I could not have remained in this position without the unfailing support of a long line of Mayors, Aldermen, City Administrators, Police officers, deputy clerks and City Attorneys.  In 27 years I have come to realize that it takes all of us working together to keep Franklin in the top spot it occupies among small towns.  I have never failed to get the cooperation of every member of Franklin’s great team of professionals and I will always be thankful that I got to enjoy the best job in the world for so long.”

Judge Taylor will be given the Oath of Office for the Williamson County General Sessions Court on Thursday, August 28 at 3:00 pm at the Williamson County Judicial Center at 135 Fourth Ave. South, Courtroom A.  It will be followed by a reception immediately after.  The public is invited to attend.