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Town Council Meeting

The monthly Town Council Meeting is scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month.The public is welcomed to attended the meeting or watch it on Smyrna TV (Comcast Channel 3 or U-verse Channel 99).

Council_Meeting_Agenda_2019-07-09 

SMYRNA TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
    

TO BE PLACED UNDER SMYRNA TOWN COUNCIL CITIZEN COMMENTS, AN INDIVIDUAL MUST:

•    CALL THE TOWN MANAGER’S OFFICE BEFORE 4:30 P.M. ON THE THURSDAY BEFORE THE COUNCIL MEETING AND REQUEST TO BE PLACED UNDER CITIZEN COMMENTS;
•    PROVIDE HIS OR HER NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER; AND
•    STATE THE PURPOSE OF ADDRESSING THE COUNCIL.

SPEAKERS ARE LIMITED TO THREE (3) MINUTES.  ADDITIONAL COMMENTS MAY BE  SUBMITTED IN WRITING.
July 9, 2019
5:00 p.m
SMYRNA TOWN HALL

PRESENTATION

Executive Director John Black – Smyrna/Rutherford County Airport Authority


MEETING AGENDA

1.    Call to Order.                

Prayer:                                       Chaplain Winfred Warren, Smyrna Police Department

Pledge of Allegiance:                 Randy Richardson, Art Crawl Winner

2.    Roll Call.

3.    Approval or Correction of Minutes of June 11, and June 27, 2019 meetings.
                                                        
4.    Correspondence/Communications.        
                                
5.    Awards and Recognitions.             Art Crawl Winners
          
6.    Consent Agenda:

    Note:  Consent Agenda items will be those items determined by the Town Manager to be routine matters not necessitating discussion.  All Consent Agenda items may be voted upon simultaneously pursuant to a single motion.  There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the Town Council requests that discussion be held, in which case the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately.  Following passage of the remaining Consent Agenda items, discussion of any items removed from the Consent Agenda shall be held and separate motions and votes shall be taken for each of the items removed.

a.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with Rockwell relative to technical support for Water Treatment Plant Programmable Logic Controllers.

b.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with Clark Engineering and Utility Solutions relative to cathodic protection survey/troubleshooting for the Gas Department.

c.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with Dan Weaver Services relative to water leak survey.

d.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, the following contracts relative to materials for gas, water and sewer:
Water and Sewer Vendors
    a.    Core & Main
    b.    National Meter Automation
    c.    Southern Pipe
    d.    G & C Supply
    e.    United Systems & Software
    f.    Ferguson Waterworks
    g.    Fortiline
Gas Vendors
    a.    Kerotest
    b.    Equipment Controls
    c.    G & C Supply
    d.    Honeywell/Elster American Meter (Ed Young Sales)
    e.    Chris George Sales
    f.    United Systems & Software
    g.    Richards Manufacturing
    h.    Experitec

e.    Approval and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with Judy Construction Company relative to Wastewater Treatment Plant expansion.

f.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, Change Order No. 1 with Rawso Constructors, LLC relative to the Potomac Place Extension Project.

g.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, Change Order No. 2 with Rawso Constructors, LLC relative to the Potomac Place Extension Project.

h.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with Randy Button and Associates relative to appraisal services for Phase 1 and 2 of the Master Storm Water Project.

i.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with SEC Engineering relative to engineering design services for the Genie Lane Extension Project.
    
j.    Approval and authorization of check signers for the Town’s public funds accounts with First Tennessee Bank.

k.    Consideration of the declaration of surplus items.

7.    Old Business:

a.    PUBLIC HEARING:  Consideration of a resolution relative to a Plan of Services for property located on Tax Map 54, Parcel 14.02.

b.    PUBLIC HEARING:  Consideration of an ordinance relative to the annexation and R-3 zoning of property located on Tax Map 54, Parcel 14.02, containing approximately 13.81 acres (requested by Shawn Collins on behalf of Jim W. and Linda McClamroch).  Property is located at 4200 Morton Lane.  Second Reading.

c.    Consideration of a resolution in memorandum of Ordinance #19-29 relative to the annexation and R-3 zoning of property located on Tax Map 54, Parcel 14.02.


d.    PUBLIC HEARING:  Consideration of a resolution relative to a Plan of Services for properties located on Tax Map 20, Parcels 19.01, 37.00, 38.00, 40.00, 41.00, 43.00, 46.01, 48.00, and 52.00 and Tax Map 26, Parcels 18.00, 20.00, 22.00, 22.01, 23.00, and 24.01 as well as approximately 2.4 miles of existing right-of-way of West Jefferson Pike.

e.    PUBLIC HEARING:  Consideration of an ordinance relative to the annexation and PUD zoning of properties located on Tax Map 20, Parcels 19.01, 37.00, 38.00, 40.00, 41.00, 43.00, 46.01, 48.00, and 52.00 and Tax Map 26, Parcels 18.00, 20.00, 22.00, 22.01, 23.00, and 24.01, containing approximately 396 acres (requested by Michael Hollingshead).  Properties are all along West Jefferson Pike and Hickory Grove Road.  Planning Commission also recommended the annexation of approximately 2.4 miles of the existing right-of-way of West Jefferson Pike.  Second Reading.

f.    Consideration of a resolution in memorandum of Ordinance #19-30 relative to the annexation and PUD zoning of properties located on Tax Map 20, Parcels 19.01, 37.00, 38.00, 40.00, 41.00, 43.00, 46.01, 48.00, and 52.00 and Tax Map 26, Parcels 18.00, 20.00, 22.00, 22.01, 23.00, and 24.01 and the right-of-way of West Jefferson Pike.

g.    PUBLIC HEARING:  Consideration of an ordinance relative to the rezoning of property located on Tax Map 54, Parcel 14.01, containing approximately 6.14 acres (requested by Shawn Collins), from R-1 to R-3.  Property is located at 4150 Morton Lane.  Second Reading.

h.    PUBLIC HEARING:  Consideration of an ordinance relative to the rezoning of property located on Tax Map 33, Parcel 39.00, containing approximately 2.82 acres (requested by Jim Davis), from R-3 to C-2.  Property is located at 11819 Old Nashville Highway.  Second Reading.

i.    PUBLIC HEARING:  Consideration of an ordinance relative to the rezoning of property located on Tax Map 27P, Group B, Parcel 29.00, containing approximately .55 acre (requested by Justin Granstaff), from R-1 to C-4.  Property is located at 400 Hazelwood Drive.  Second Reading.

8.    New Business:    

a.    Planning Commission Report:  

            i.    Consideration of an ordinance relative to the annexation and R-3 zoning of property located on Tax Map 32, part of Parcel 19.01, containing approximately 24.81 acres (requested by Tim Byrnes on behalf of John Byrnes).  Property is located at 3791 Rock Springs Road.  First Reading.

ii.    Consideration of an ordinance relative to the rezoning of properties located on Tax Map 54, Parcels 53.00, 54.00, 55.00, and 56.01, Tax Map 55, Parcels 29.01, 31.00, 31.01, and 31.02, and Tax Map 73, Parcel 14.00, containing approximately 66.79 acres (requested by Shawn Collins), from R-3 to PRD.  Properties are located on Rocky Fork Almaville Road.  First Reading.

iii.    Consideration of an ordinance relative to the rezoning of property located on Tax Map 54, Parcel 15.00, containing approximately 47.72 acres (requested by NVR dba Ryan Homes on behalf of Shawn Collins), from R-3 to PRD.  Property is located at 8916 Rocky Fork Almaville Road.  First Reading.

      b.    Packaged Liquor Board Report:  There were no applications for the Town Council to consider at             this time.

c.    Consideration of a resolution approving funding for non-profit organizations for fiscal year 2019-2020.
 
d.    Consideration of a resolution to reimburse expenses from a future debt issue.

e.    Appointment of one (1) member to the Sister City Committee to serve an unexpired term ending in 2022.

f.    Consideration of an ordinance to amend Title 15 “Motor Vehicles, Traffic and Parking”, Chapter 1 “Miscellaneous” of the Town’s Code of Ordinances specifically pertaining to prohibited use of wireless communication devices.  First Reading.

g.    Other.

9.    Status Reports.

10.    Announcements.

11.    Adjournment.



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Smyrna, TN 37167
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