Franklin - Brentwood Edition - January 2021

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Williamson County ’s mask mandate has been extended through Feb. 27 following a Dec. 28 declaration from Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson. The order comes as active coronavirus case counts in Williamson County have risen above the levels seen during the spring and summer, according to data from the Tennessee Department of Health. The same exceptions to the previous mandate will apply, including for those who cannot wear a mask due to health conditions and for residents who are outdoors, as long as they are able to stay 6 feet away from others. Exemptions also apply to residents age 12 and younger; however, they do not apply to students on school grounds, as both Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School Dis- trict have face mask requirements. www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov

sandwiches, salads and chicken tenders with signature sauces. Waldo’s also fea- tures a beer menu with local craft beer on tap. www.waldoschicken.com IN THE NEWS 9 Visit Franklin announced Jan. 5 that Ellie Westman Chin will depart the local tourism board eective Jan. 29 to move to Madison, Wisconsin. Since Westman Chin began with the organization in 2016, Williamson County has seen a 48% increase in visitors to over 1.81 mil- lion annually, and visitor spending in the county has grown to $497.2 million, an increase of almost $90 million each year since 2014, according to Visit Franklin. 400 Main Street, Ste. 200, Franklin. 615-591-8514. www.visitfranklin.com

Culaccino Italian Restaurant + Bar opened in Franklin in early January. COURTESY CULACCINO ITALIAN RESTAURANT + BAR, VICTORIA ROSA

FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Culaccino Italian Restaurant + Bar opened Jan. 8 in Harpeth Square at 104 E. Main St., Franklin. The eatery, headed by Executive Chef Frank Pullara, oers wood-red pizzas, house-made pastas and other Italian dishes. The restaurant also includes an outdoor patio and bar with re pits as well as a wine list, local craft beers and seasonal cocktails, such as South for the Winter, made with aged rum, toasted coconut and pineapple. 615-435-3539. www.culaccinotn.com

The eatery features Italian fare, small plates and cocktails.

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