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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

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Industrial Development Board

Sustainability Commission

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Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting

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01. Call To Order 
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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.
• January 26, 2011 Work Session
• January 26, 2011 Board of Mayor and Aldermen

07. Recognitions
• Finance Department – Distinguished Budget Award
• CFMO Recognition – Russ Truell, ACA Administration and Finance
• Police Chief Jackie Moore

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 21 – 34 Be Placed On The Consent Agenda.


OLD BUSINESS

10. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Ordinance 2010-78, An Ordinance To Amend Various Chapters And Sections Of The City Of Franklin Zoning Ordinance To Clarify Requirements And Correct Minor Textual Errors. (01/11/11B 8-0)
Second of Three Readings
Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Representative

NEW BUSINESS
11. Consideration of Ordinance 2011-06, An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance 2006-18 By Deleting Condition Of Approval 14 Relating To Contributions For Franklin Road Improvements For Dwelling Units Within The Jamison Station PUD Subdivision, Located East Of The Factory And Bisected By Liberty Pike; Establishing A Public Hearing Date Of March 8, 2011. (1/27/11 FMPC gave an unfavorable recommendation (0-7) onto BOMA.) (02/08/11 WS)
First of Three Readings
Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Representative

12. Consideration Of Ordinance 2011-08, An Ordinance Amending The City Of Franklin Municipal Code Section 12-1202, Relative To Composition Of The Building And Streets Standards Board Of Appeals.
First of Two Readings (02/08/11 WS)
Vernon Gerth
ACA Community And Economic Development

13. Consideration Of Ordinance 2010-80, An Ordinance To Establish The Special Assessments For The Sanitary Sewer Improvements In The Monticello Subdivision Area; Establishing A Public Hearing On March 8, 2011. (02/08/11 WS)
First of Two Readings
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

14. Consideration of Resolution 2010-82, A Resolution To Establish a Preferred Parking Program for Green Vehicles. (02/08/11 WS)
Andrew Orr
Sustainability/Grant Coordinator

15. Consideration of Resolution 2011-11, A Resolution to Rescind Resolution 2011-06 and to Propose Charter Amendment Adopting Election of At Large Aldermen by Position. (02/08/11 WS)
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator
Shauna Billingsley, City Attorney

16. Consideration Of The Mayor’s Appointment To The Board Of Zoning Appeals.
Dr. Ken Moore, Mayor

17. Consideration Of The Mayor’s Appointment To The Public Building Authority.
Dr. Ken Moore, Mayor

18. Consideration Of The Mayor’s Appointments To The Franklin Housing Authority.
Dr. Ken Moore, Mayor

19. Consideration of the Mayor’s Appointments To The Building and Street Standards Board of Appeals.
Dr. Ken Moore, Mayor

20. Consideration Of The Filling Of The At Large Aldermen Vacancy.
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator
Shauna Billingsley, City Attorney

CONSENT AGENDA
21. Consideration of Ordinance 2010-20, To Be Entitled “An Ordinance To Rezone 20.001 Acres To Be Included Within The Scientific Research Overlay (SRO) Zoning District For Property Located At The Northeast Corner Of Mack Hatcher Parkway And Franklin Road; Establishing a Public Hearing Date of March 8, 2011.” (01/27/11 FMPC 7-0 )
First of Three Readings
Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Representative

22. Consideration Of Ordinance 2010-83, An Ordinance To Establish Three-Way Stop Sign Controls At The Intersection Of McEwen Drive And Wilson Pike. (01/25/11 BOMA 7-0)
Second and Final Reading
Eric Gardner, Engineering Director

23. Consideration ofOrdinance 2011-01, An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 1 of the Franklin Transportation & Street Technical Standards, as Adopted by Reference in Title 16, Chapter 11 of the Franklin Municipal Code, to Provide for Appealing the City Engineer’s Order or Decision. (01/25/2011 BOMA 7-0)
Second and Final Reading
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

24. Consideration Of Ordinance 2011-02, An Ordinance To Amend The City Of Franklin Municipal Code, Title 22 – Comprehensive Fees And Penalties, Chapter 12 Relating To Building Permit Fees For Detached, Single-Family Dwellings. (01/25/11 BOMA 7-0)
Second and Final Reading
Vernon Gerth
ACA, Community and Economic Development

25. Consideration of Ordinance 2011-03, An Ordinance To Amend The City Of Franklin Municipal Code, Section 12-1204 –Relative To An Appeal Fee For The Building And Street Standards Board Of Appeals. (01/25/2011 BOMA 7-0)
Second and Final Reading
Vernon Gerth,
ACA, Community and Economic Development

26. Consideration of Ordinance 2011-04, An Ordinance To Amend The City Of Franklin Municipal Code, Title 22 – Comprehensive Fees And Penalties, Chapter 12 Relating To An Appeal Fee For The Building And Street Standards Board Of Appeals”. (01/25/2011 BOMA 7-0)
Second and Final Reading
Vernon Gerth,
ACA, Community and Economic Development

27. Consideration of Ordinance 2011-05, An Ordinance to Establish Yield Control at the Market Exchange Court, Gardner School Driveway and the Shingle Way Entrances to the Aforementioned Court in the City of Franklin, Tennessee. (01/25/11 BOMA 7-0)
Second and Final Reading
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive


28. Consideration Of Bid Award To Stringfellow, Inc. Of Nashville, TN In The Amount Of $117,150.00 Each For Two (2) New Walking-Floor Solid Waste Transfer Trailers For The Disposal Division Of The Solid Waste Department (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 2011-013; $220,000.00 Budgeted In 124-89530-46130 For Fiscal Year 2011). (01/25/11 WS)
Becky Caldwell, Solid Waste Director

29. Consideration of Resolution 2011-09, A Resolution to Adopt the Franklin Community Revitalization Plan. (1/25/11 WS)
Catherine Powers, Planning Dept Director

30. Consideration Of Resolution 2011-10, A Resolution to Adopt a Vendor Protest Procedure for Procurements Not Pertaining to New Construction. (01/26/11 Finance Committee 3-0)
Alderman Ann Petersen, Chairman
Budget and Finance Committee

31. Consideration Of Event Permit Application For Ride for Kids at Jim Warren Park on May 15, 2011. (01/25/11 WS)
Lisa Clayton, Parks Director

32. Consideration Of Event Permit Application From Heritage Foundation For Franklin Brewfest To Be Held In Downtown Franklin On March 12, 2011. (01/25/11 WS)
Jackie Moore, Police Chief

33. Consideration of Budget Process For Non-Profit and Other Governmental Appropriations. (01/26/11 Finance 3-0)
Russ Truell,
ACA Administration and Finance

34. Items Approved By The City Administrator On Behalf Of The Board Of Mayor And Aldermen:

A. Payment in the amount of $4,400 to Planning, Design & Research Engineers, Inc. for a Stage I asbestos survey of eleven (11) houses within Rebel Meadows subdivision. These buildings are scheduled for demolition to make way for the Mack Hatcher Parkway NW Extension. This test is mandated by TDEC for demolition of any residential building where there is more than one structure to be demolished for a larger project.

Other Business

Adjourn
Respectfully Submitted,


Eric S. Stuckey
City Administrator

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