The Williamson County Economic Development team has its hands much more full these days than it did just a few months ago. Were they to all materialize, the almost 50 projects on the books — 30 of them active, half of them related to health care — would bring with them more than 15,000 jobs and almost 5.3 million square feet of space needs. That's up significantly from year-end 2012, as is the $346 million in investment the companies would bring with them.
Veteran local banker Tommy Adair has joined Franklin Synergy Bank as vice president and credit department manager. Adair comes to Franklin Synergy from struggling Community First, which has been shrinking its asset base to comply with regulators' capital level mandates. He started his finance career at the former Williamson County Bank.
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