Board of Commissioners
The Board of Commissioners is the lead legislative unit for the Town of Kingston Springs. Responsibilities include; setting policies, adopting the annual budget, selecting the City Manager, City Judge, and City Attorney, annual review of various rates and fees, and others. Members of the Board of Commissioners are elected at-large on staggered four year terms. An election is held every two years, during every even numbered year. After each election, Board members will pick amongst themselves for the seat of Mayor and Vice Mayor. The Board meets on every third Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Audrey Beck Meeting Hall.
Hon. Tony Gross, Mayor
Tony Gross has served as a City Commission since 2012 and as Mayor of Kingston Springs since 2014. He is married to Joy Gross and together they have a daughter. Mayor Gross works as the Owner/Operating Manager for Datco, Inc., a local adhesive application company. Mayor Gross is very community oriented, and enjoys volunteering with local organizations in his free time. Concurrent with his term as Mayor, he serves on the Kingston Springs Municipal-Regional Planning Commission.
Vice Mayor Stohler
Bob Stohler, Vice Mayor
Bob Stohler has served as a City Commissioner since 2012, and currently serves as Vice Mayor. He has three children and has lived in Kingston Springs since 1999. Vice Mayor Stohler works for Travel Centers of America/Petro/Mini Mart, and enjoys golf and traveling in his free time.
Geoff Lorenz, City Commissioner
Geoff Lorenz has served as city commissioner since 2016 and moved to Kingston Springs in 1980. He is married to Sara Hoyal-Lorenz and has one daughter. Commissioner Lorenz works as a math teacher and department head in Metro Nashville Public Schools and a scuba instructor with Island Hoppers Scuba. He enjoys disc golf, carpentry, and traveling in his free time.
Gary Corlew, City Commissioner
Gary Corlew has served as a City Commissioner since 1990 and has lived in Kingston Springs since 1985. He is married to Trina Corlew and together they have three children and four grandchildren. Commissioner Corlew is retired from the Ford Motor Company. He enjoys University of Tennessee athletics, fishing, and woodworking in his free time. The Corlews are members of the Pegram Church of Christ.
Glenn Remick, City Commissioner
Glenn Remick has served as City Commissioner since 2012 and has lived in Kingston Springs since 2002. He is married to Wendy Remick and together they have two children. Commissioner Remick works for Lotus Light, Nature's Glen, Cheatham County School Board, and the Big Love Bus. In his free time he enjoys rock collecting, planting trees, volunteering, basketball, disc golf, and Subarus. Commissioner Remick loves our community and the wonderful people that make it so.