May 18, 2017
At the regular monthly meeting on November 28, 2018, three Belle Meade elected officials participated in an oath of office ceremony. Family members and supporters filled the
court room at city hall to watch newcomers Louise Bryan and Rusty Moore and incumbent Bob Weigel pledge their oaths.
When the ceremony concluded, the Commissioners elected Jim Hunt as Mayor and Louise Bryan as Vice-Mayor for two-year terms. This is Hunt’s fourth consecutive term as
Mayor and Bryan’s first term, replacing Bob Weigel as Vice Mayor. Cathy Altenbern, who was re-elected in 2016 to a four-year term, nominated both Hunt and Bryan, who were
the only nominations and approved with a unanimous vote. Commissioner Weigel gave much praise and accolades to Mayor Hunt for a job well done over the last six years he
has served as Mayor.
December 11, 2018
In March 2018, Collier Engineering Co., Inc., was engaged to complete a traffic calming study for the section of Jackson Boulevard between Harding Road and Belle Meade Boulevard, which is located in the northwest quadrant of the City of Belle Meade, Tennessee. This memo provides a summary of their analysis and recommendations.
In November 2018, Collier Engineering Co., Inc., was engaged to look at alternative temporary recommendations due to the increased volume of traffic resulting from the closure of Hillwood Bridge. This memo provides a summary of the amended analysis and recommendations.
November 29, 2018
Check out the updated Commissioners page for information on your newly elected Commissioners. The three Commissioners will serve until November 2022. TAKE ME THERE.
November 14, 2018
Nashville Metro Council, on November 6, approved a fifteen-year annual payment of $300,000 (two- year phase in and annually adjusted by the CPI), to the City of Belle Meade for road maintenance and associated infrastructure. An amendment to a Memorandum of Understanding between Metro Nashville and Belle Meade executed in 2013, will provide for some services that were originally approved, but never implemented, in the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County Charter of 1963. As a result, this annual payment reduces the effect of the Tennessee Hall Tax phase out. See the MOU amendment here.