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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

 

 

 

Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting

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01. Call To Order

02. Invocation

03. Pledge Of Allegiance

04. Grievances Or Statements From Citizens. Citizen Comments (Open For Franklin Citizens To Be Heard On Items Not Included On This Agenda. As Provided By Law, The Board Of Mayor And Aldermen Shall Make No Decisions Or Consideration Of Action Of Citizen Comments, Except To Refer The Matter To The City Administrator For Administrative Consideration, Or To Schedule The Matter For Board Consideration At A Later Date. Those Citizens Addressing The Board Of Mayor And Aldermen Are Requested To Come To The Microphone And Identify Themselves By Name And Address For The Official Record.)

05. Communications From Williamson County Mayor And Williamson County Commission.

06. Approval Of Minutes.
• April 26, 2011 Worksession
• April 26, 2011 Board of Mayor and Aldermen
• May 10, 2011 Worksession
• May 10, 2011 Board of Mayor and Aldermen

07. Recognitions
• Welcome Back Delta Company
• Honorary Citizens Proclamation for Delta Company casualties
• Proclamation for the Bicentennial Celebration of the Presbyterian Church in Franklin

08. Miscellaneous Reports

09. Consent Agenda

All Items Under The Consent Agenda Are Deemed To Be Non-Controversial And Routine In Nature By The Governing Body. They Will Be Approved As Recommended By Committee Or Staff By One Motion Of The Governing Body. The Items On The Consent Agenda Will Not Be Discussed. Any Member Of The Governing Body Desiring To Discuss An Item On The Consent Agenda May Request That It Be Removed From The Consent Agenda And Be Placed On The Regular Agenda. It Will Then Be Considered At That Time. Staff Recommends That Item Numbers 22 - 37 Be Placed On The Consent Agenda.

OLD BUSINESS


10. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Ordinance 2011-10, An Ordinance To Rezone 0.94 Acres From Civic And Institutional (CI) To Central Commercial (CC) For The Property Located At 112 And 118 Bridge Street. (03/24/11 FMPC 8-0.)(04/26/11 BOMA 7-0)
Second of Three Readings Alderman Ann Petersen , FMPC Representative

11. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Ordinance 2011-11, To Be Entitled “An Ordinance To Rezone ±4.24 Acres From Civic And Institutional (CI) To Regional Mixed-Use (MX) For The Property Located At 109 3rd Avenue South” (2/24/11 FMPC 6-0; 03/08/11 WS; 04/26/11 BOMA 6-1)
Second of Three Readings Alderman Ann Petersen , FMPC Representative

12. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration of Resolution 2011-13, A Resolution Approving A Concept Plan For Franklin City Hall PUD Subdivision, Totaling ± 4.24 Acres, Located At 109 3rd Avenue South, By The City Of Franklin, Tennessee. (2/24/11 FMPC 5-1) (03/08/11 WS)
Alderman Ann Petersen , FMPC Representative

13. Consideration Of Contract Award (COF Contract No. 2011-0070) To Utility Fleet Sales, Ltd Of Bryan, Texas In The Total Amount Of $59,900.00 For A Used 2003 International Bucket Truck For The Parks Department ($23,000 To Lease A New Truck Budgeted In 110-89520-44700 For Fiscal Year 2011). (Deferred from 05/10/11 BOMA)
Lisa Clayton, Parks Director

NEW BUSINESS

14. Consideration of Ordinance 2011-17, An Ordinance Of The City Of Franklin, Tennessee, Adopting A Budget For The Fiscal Year 2010-2011; Providing An Effective Date. A Public Hearing Date Is Established For June 14, 2011. (05-17-11 Budget & Finance Committee)
First of Three Readings
Alderman Ann Petersen,
Chairman, Finance Committee

15. Consideration of Ordinance 2011-18, An Ordinance Of The City Of Franklin, Tennessee, Establishing The Municipal Property Tax Levy For The Fiscal Year 2011-2012; Providing An Effective Date. A Public Hearing Date Is Established For June 14, 2011. (05-17-11 Budget & Finance Committee)
First of Three Readings
Alderman Ann Petersen,
Chairman, Finance Committee

16. Consideration Of Ordinance 2011-26 To Amend Title 17 Of The Municipal Code To Include Tipping Fees At The Municipal Transfer Station For Solid Waste Disposal Use By Private Haulers And Municipal Vehicles, And To Establish the Creation of A Fuel Surcharge; Establishing a Public Hearing on June 14, 2011.
First of Three Readings
Alderman Ann Petersen,
Chairman, Finance Committee

17. Consideration of Ordinance 2011-19, An Ordinance To Amend Title 22, Chapter 17 Of The Franklin Municipal Code To Increase The Fees For Collection Of Garbage And Refuse; Establishing a Public Hearing Date of June 14, 2011. (05-17-11 Budget & Finance Committee)
First of Three Readings
Alderman Ann Petersen,
Chairman, Finance Committee

18. Consideration of Ordinance 2011-25, An Ordinance to Amend Section 16-507 of the Franklin Municipal Code to Adopt by Reference the Special Events Grant Policy.
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator
Monique McCullough, Public Outreach Specialist

19. Consideration Of Amendment No. 1 (COF Contract No 2011-0064)To The Boyle Cool Spring II Joint Venture Road Impact Offset Agreement (COF Contract No 2010-0191)To Include The Signalization Of The Carothers Pkwy at Corporate Center Drive Intersection. (CIC 04/14/11; deferred from 4/26/11 BOMA)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer

20. Consideration Of The Agreement For Reimbursement Of Costs (Recovery) For Sanitary Sewer Improvements (COF Contract No 2011-0056) With Rural Plains Partnership For The Goose Creek Sanitary Sewer Line. (05-12-11 CIC)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer

21. Consideration Of The Appointment Of Eric Jacobson As The Battle Of Franklin Trust Representative To The Battlefield Preservation Commission.
Dr. Ken Moore, Mayor

CONSENT AGENDA

22. Consideration Of First and Second Quarter Budget Amendments
(05-17-11 Budget & Finance) NOTE: THIS SHOULD READ THIRD QUARTER
Russ Truell, ACA Finance And Administration

23. Consideration Of Resolution 2011-25, A Resolution Abandoning A Sanitary Sewer Easement In The Gateway Village Development. (05-12-11 CIC)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer

24. Consideration of Resolution 2011-22, A Resolution Extending The Sunset Date For The Retiree Health Insurance To September 30, 2011. (04/26/11 WS)
Shirley Harmon, Human Resources Director

25. Consideration of the Acceptance of Certificate of Correction for Survey of the Eastern Flank Battlefield Park and Lot 4 of The Links Subdivision. (05-10-11 WS)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer

26. Consideration of Amendment No 1 to the Agreement Concerning Adjustment of Boundaries of Franklin and Brentwood South of Split Log Road and North of the Proposed McEwen Drive Extension (COF Contract No. 2011-0030). (05-10-11 WS)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer

27. Consideration Of Change Order No. 1 With W.L. Hailey & Company, Inc. For The Downs Boulevard 12 Inch Reclaimed Water Line And West Reclaimed Water Line – ARRA Division A And The Downs Boulevard 24 Inch Water Line – Division B Projects Of COF Contract No. 2009-0099 For A Contract Time Extension Of 24 Calendar Days With No Increase In Cost. (05-12-11 CIC)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer

28. Consideration Of The Road Impact Fee Offset Agreement (COF Contract No 2011-0055) With Rural Plains Partnership, Chadwell Partnership And Reams Fleming Partnership For The Lewisburg Pike Improvements. (05-12-11 CIC)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer

29. Consideration Of The Award Of Construction Contract (COF Contract No 2011-0006) For The Bakers Bridge Avenue And Carothers Parkway Pedestrian Traffic Signalization Project To S & W Contracting Company In The Amount Of $25,647.50. (05-12-11 CIC)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer

30. Consideration Of Change Order No. 1 With Doss Brothers, Inc. For The General Demolition And Debris Removal – Rebel Meadows Properties (COF Contract No 2011-0008) In The Amount Of $1,105.00 And For A Contract Time Extension Of 11 Calendar Days. (05-12-11 CIC)
David Parker, CIP Executive/City Engineer

31. Consideration Of Bid Award To A&A Sheet Metal Products, Inc. Of La Porte, Indiana In The Total Amount Of $18,204.00 Per Unit For One (1) Chemical Storage Locker For The Parks Department (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 2011-031; $20,000.00 Budgeted In 110-89230-44700 For Fiscal Year 2011). (05-10-11 WS)
Lisa Clayton, Parks Director

32. Consideration Of Automatic Aid Agreement (COF No. 2011-0072) With The City Of Brentwood. (05-10-11 WS)
Rocky Garzarek, Fire Chief

33. Consideration Of Bid Award To Utility Services Associates, LLC Of Burien, Washington In The Total Estimated Amount Of $10,400.00 For Water Distribution System Leak Detection Survey And Other Related Contract Services For The Specified Estimate Of 40 Miles Of Distribution Pipe (At The Total Quoted Bid Price Of $260.00 Per Mile) For The Water Distribution Division Of The Water Management Department (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 2011-006; $35,000.00 Budgeted In 421-82599-52102 For Fiscal Year 2011). (5-10-11 WS)
Mark Hilty, Water Management Director

34. Consideration Of Bid Award To Utility Services Associates, LLC of Burien, Washington In The Total Estimated Amount Of $24,000.00 For Water Distribution System Leak Detection Survey And Other Related Contract Services For 120 Miles Of Additional Distribution Pipe (At The Rate Of $200 Per Mile) For The Water Distribution Division Of The Water Management Department (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 2011-032; $24,000.00 Budgeted In 421-82599-52102 For Fiscal Year 2011). (5/17/2011 B&F Committee 3-0)
Mark Hilty, Water Management Director

35. Consideration of Event Permit Application From The Harpeth Bicycle Club For the Harpeth River Bike Ride on June 11, 2011. David Rahinsky, Interim Police Chief

36. Consideration Of Liquor License Retailer’s Certificate For The Corner Wine & Spirits (Guru Dev of Franklin, LLC ,Vrushank Ramesh Surati), 1110 Hillsboro Road, Franklin, Tennessee. (05/24/11 WS)
Lanaii Y. Benne, Assistant City Recorder

37. Items Approved By The City Administrator On Behalf Of The Board Of Mayor And Aldermen
    a. Approved Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No 2011-0073) with TVG Inc. for Testing Services at the Bicentennial Park for the Harpeth River Greenway Project in an Amount not to Exceed $9,750.00.

Other Business

Adjourn
Respectfully Submitted,


Eric S. Stuckey
City Administrator

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