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Board of Mayor and Aldermen

BOMA Worksession

Budget and Finance Committee

Capital Investment Committee

BOMA & FMPC Joint-Workshop

Planning Commission

Beer Board

Civil War Historical Commission

Board of Zoning Appeals

Building and Street Standards Board of Appeals

Employee Pension Commission

Franklin Housing Commission

Franklin Transit Authority

Historic Zoning Commission

Industrial Development Board

Sustainability Commission

Tree Commission

 

 

 

BOMA Work Session

Special

01. Call to Order 
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02. Citizen Comments

WORKSESSION DISCUSSION ITEMS

03. Consideration of Event Permit for Boot Run 5K in Cool Springs on September 8, 2012.
David Rahinsky, Police Chief

04.* Consideration Of Liquor License Retailer’s Certificate (Renewal) For The Corner Wine & Spirits (Guru Dev of Franklin, LLC ,Vrushank Ramesh Surati), 1110 Hillsboro Road, Franklin, Tennessee.
Lanaii Y. Benne, Assistant City Recorder

05.* Consideration of Liquor License Retailer’s Certificate (Renewal) For Brinkmann’s Wine & Spirits (Timothy Brinkmann and Ann Brinkmann), 103 International Drive, Suite 100, Franklin, Tennessee.
Lanaii Y. Benne, Assistant City Recorder

06.* Consideration of Ordinance 2012-19, an Ordinance to Amend Franklin Municipal Code Title 18, To Standardize And Define Customer Classification (3/15/12 Finance 4-0; Continued from 4/10/12 WS).
First of Two Readings
Steve Sims, Assistant City Recorder

07.* Consideration Of Resolution 2012-25, A Resolution Approving 2012 Private Act,
Chapter Number 40.
Shauna Billingsley, City Attorney

08.* Consideration Of Resolution 2012-26, A Resolution Approving 2012 Private Act,
Chapter Number 41.
Shauna Billingsley, City Attorney

09.* Consideration Of Resolution 2012-27, A Resolution Approving 2012 Private Act,
Chapter Number 42.
Shauna Billingsley, City Attorney

10.* Review Results Of Solicitation For Bids For Municipal Solid Waste Disposal Services, Either Including Or Excluding Transport Services, For An Initial Term Of Service Of Two (2) Years, Effective July 1, 2012 And Through June 30, 2014, With Four (4) Options To Extend The Term Of Service, Each Time For Up To Three (3) Additional Years, For A Maximum Possible Term Of Service Of Fourteen (14) Years Total, Not Beyond June 30, 2026, For The Disposal Division Of The Solid Waste Department (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 2012-011 Through 2012-012).
Becky Caldwell, Solid Waste Director

11.* Consideration Of Inter-Local Agreement With Bi-County Solid Waste Management For Municipal Solid Waste Transport And Disposal Services For An Initial Term Of Service Of Two (2) Years, Effective July 1, 2012 And Through June 30, 2014, With Four (4) Options To Extend The Term Of Service, Each Time For Up To Three (3) Additional Years, For A Maximum Possible Term Of Service Of Fourteen (14) Years Total, Not Beyond June 30, 2026, For The Disposal Division Of The Solid Waste Department (COF Contract #2012-0023) (Deferred From 3/13/2012 BOMA).
Becky Caldwell, Solid Waste Director

12.* Consideration of Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No 2012-0068) With Wiser Company for the 3rd Ave. North Roadway Construction Administration and Inspection Services at a Cost Not to Exceed $649,255.00.        To view the map for this area, click here
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer
Paul Holzen, Interim Director of Engineering

13.* Consideration of Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No 2012-0069) With Wiser Company for the 3rd Ave. North Trail/Greenway Design at a Cost Not to Exceed $99,925.00.
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer
Paul Holzen, Interim Director of Engineering

14.* Consideration of Resolution 2012-28 A Resolution to Approve the Standard Agreement for Sanitary Sewer Service Line Backwater Valve Installation and to Authorize the Water Management Department Director to Enter Into Such Agreements with Sanitary Sewer Customers and/or Property Owners.
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer
Mark Hilty Water Management Director

15.* Consideration of Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No 2012-0076) with Sullivan Engineering, Inc. (SEI) for the Design of the McEwen Drive Temporary Connector Project at a Cost Not to Exceed $185,830.00.
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer
Paul Holzen, Interim Director of Engineering

16.* Consideration of Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No 2012-0078) with Sullivan Engineering, Inc. (SEI) for the Design of the South Carothers Parkway 2-Lane Project With Design Option As Directed By Board.
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer
Paul Holzen, Interim Director of Engineering

17. Consideration of Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No 2012-0077) with Sullivan Engineering, Inc. (SEI) for the Design of the McEwen Drive Extension East of Wilson Pike Project at a Cost Not to Exceed $345,400.
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer
Paul Holzen, Interim Director of Engineering

18. Consideration of Ordinance 2011-12, An Ordinance to Establish Title 24 Special Assessment Districts. (Deferred from 04/24/12 WS)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer
Shauna Billingsley, City Attorney

19. Consideration Of Contract Award To Automated Collection Services, Inc. Of Nashville, TN For Bad Debt Collection Services, For An Initial Term Of Service Of Three (3) Years, Effective Upon Acceptance By The City, With Two (2) Options To Extend The Term Of Service, Each Time By Mutual Consent Of Both Parties And For Up To One (1) Additional Year, For A Maximum Possible Term Of Service Of Five (5) Years Total, For The Revenue Management Division Of The Administration Department (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 2012-021; $4,000 Budgeted In 110-82599-41200 (Court) And $4,000 Budgeted In 110-82599-41310 (Revenue Management) For Fiscal Year 2012; COF Contract No. 2012-0071).
Steve Sims, Assistant City Recorder and City Court Clerk
Clay Matthews, Interim Assistant City Recorder

20. Discussion of RFP for Five Points Property
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator
Russ Truell, ACA Finance and Administration

21. Consideration of Ordinance 2012-07, To Be Entitled: “An Ordinance To Amend The Character Area And Development Standard Overlays Of The City Of Franklin Zoning Map.” (04/26/12 FMPC 8-0)
Ald. Ann Petersen, FMPC Representative

22. Consideration of Ordinance 2012-08, To Be Entitled: “An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 3, Section 3.5, Subsections 4, 6, And 10 Of The Franklin Zoning Ordinance, Which Establishes Regulations For Character Area Overlay Districts And The Special Areas Therein.” (04/26/12 FMPC 8-0)
Ald. Ann Petersen, FMPC Representative

23. Consideration of Ordinance 2012-21, To Be Entitled “An Ordinance To Rezone ±15.81 Acres From General Commercial District (GC) To Civic And Institutional District (CI) For The Property Located At 124 Lumber Drive.” (04/26/12 FMPC 8-0)
Ald. Ann Petersen, FMPC Representative

Adjourn

Respectfully Submitted,
Eric S. Stuckey
City Administrator


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