Sean R. Aiello

District 11 County Commissioner

Since his election to the County Commission in 2018 at the age of 28, Sean has established himself as a strong representative for the residents of District 11. Comprised of historic Downtown Franklin and stretching south down Lewisburg Pike, Columbia Ave., and Carters Creek Pike, District 11 represents the heart of Williamson County and the traditional values of its residents. Over the past four years, Sean has consistently voted against tax increase measures and for the preservation of the County's historic and rural character. During his first term, Sean has represented District 11 locally on city zoning issues and advocated for State measures benefiting Williamson County.

 

Most recently, Sean has served as chair of the Law Enforcement and Public Safety Committee from 2019-2021, represented the Commission on the Tax Study Committee, and currently stands on the 2022 Redistricting Committee and County Budget Committee. 

In the upcoming term, Sean will continue to fight for the interests of District 11.

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Commission Meetings 

County Administrative Complex

2nd Monday in January, February, March, May, June, July, September, October, and November.

7:00 pm

In The News

Aiello deconstructed the specifics of the debt and spoke against the new candidates who argued that the budget needed to be analyzed closer.

Williamson Herald

Aiello has served in Williamson County government as District 11 commissioner since his election in 2018. He has since chaired the law enforcement committee and served on numerous other committees, including internal audit and budget. 

Williamson Herald

What will be your top three priorities be during your four-year term? 

1. Reducing government waste

2. Keeping taxes low

3. Demanding quality education

Williamson Herald