Brentwood Commissioner Rhea Little has been elected as Brentwood’s newest mayor in a Commission Meeting Monday night.
According to brentwoodtn.gov:
Rhea Little was first elected to the City Commission in 2009. Previously, Rhea has served on the Brentwood-Cool Springs Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the Rotary Club of Brentwood Board of Directors. Rhea worked at Random House Publishing before taking over the family business, Rhea Little Tire & Auto Repair, located in Brentwood. His family’s Brentwood roots date back to the 1790’s. Rhea earned a bachelor’s degree from Belmont University after graduating from Franklin High School.
Rhea and is wife Marie have two daughters who attended Williamson County Schools.
Rhea’s community involvement has included:
- Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Brentwood Environmental Advisory Board
- Planning Commission
- Tree Board
- Park Board
- Rotary Club of Brentwood
- Trustee of Rotary Foundation
- Brentwood Cool Springs Chamber of Commerce (Williamson Inc.)
- Committee for NHL ALL Star Prayer Breakfast
The City of Brentwood shared a photo on Facebook of the moment Vice Mayor Ken Travis and Mayor Little switched seats.