Sign the Petition Now!

Sign the Petition Now to stop the car wash, click here!

www. ipetitions.com/petition/stopcarwash.com

  • The car wash will add traffic congestion to an already busy and dangerous intersection.
  • The car wash is an unsightly and unwelcome blemish in the middle of Nolensville.
  • There are better, more appropriate locations for the car wash elsewhere in town.
  • The roar of vacuum cleaners, strong smell of chemical cleaners, and idling cars will discourage outdoor dining and activities within town center.
  • Certain elected officials may be putting their personal interests and financial gain before the interests of the town and its people.

Please sign the online petition to stop construction of a large car wash in the center of our town!

Groundbreaking on the car wash can begin any day! We are collecting signatures and comments to bring our petition to Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander and the Board of Mayor & Aldermen.

In addition to signing the online petition, please consider reaching out to our town officials with your concerns.

Mayor Alexander can be reached at jimalexander@comcast.net or (615) 776-6680

Town Administrator Ken McLawhon at kmclawhon@nolensvilletn.gov or (615) 776-6693

Yard Signs Available

Have you seen the Stop The Car Wash yard signs around town? It seems others have as we’ve collected many more signatures since they went up!

Add your name today! Sign the petition here!

carwashyardsignIf you would like a yard sign, please contact us with your address and we’ll drop one off as soon as possible.

We could use more help to spread the word: Nolensville does not want a busy car wash in the center of town! Please contact us and let us know how you can help. Ground breaking can begin any day now, so it’s all hands on deck!

A question of political ethics.

There exists an organization called the American Society for Public Administration which is the most prominent professional association for public administration in the U.S. and runs the Center for Accountability and Performance. Who is a public administrator? Everyone at Nolensville city hall!

According to the ASPA, elected officials are sworn to protect the health, safety and welfare of the town and it’s citizens, uphold/protect property values, work to ensure those officials are following the Vision Statement of the town (in Nolensville, to preserve and protect our small-town character), and to always work for the best interests of the town.

ASPA Code of Ethics adheres to eight principles, the following two being relevant to our concerns:

1) Advance the Public Interest – Promote the interests of the public and put service to the public above service to oneself.
6) Demonstrate Personal Integrity – Adhere to the highest standards of conduct to inspire public confidence and trust in public service.

 

If our public officials stand to gain from private development at the expense of of the town and public’s well being, are they adhering to these principles?

Make your opinion known, sign the petition today!