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Capital Investment Committee 3/26 4pm and Planning Commission 3/26 7pm

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Capital Investment Committee

Call To Order    To view the signed agenda, click here

1. Approve Minutes Of December 13, 2012 
                                                                                To view minutes of this meeting, click here
2. Elect Chairman of Capital Investment Committee for 2013
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

3. Consideration of Ordinance 2013-04 an Ordinance to Establish A No Parking Zone On the Southeast Side of Bridge Street From 2nd Ave North to a Point 140 Feet East of the Intersection.
David Parker, City Engineer / CIC Executive

4. Discussion Concerning the Projects to be Submitted as the City’s 2014 Transportation Improvements Program (TIP) Application.
David Parker, City Engineer / CIC Executive

5. Consideration of Professional Services Agreement with Barge Waggoner Summer & Cannon, Inc (COF Contract 2012-0205) for the 11th Ave South Water and Sewer Project.
David Parker, City Engineer / CIC Executive

6. Consideration Of A Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 2012-0187) With Sullivan Engineering, Inc. (SEI) For Limited Construction Administration For Phase I Of The Hillsboro Road Improvements Project At A Not-To-Exceed Cost Of $38,948.12.
David Parker, City Engineer / CIC Executive

7. Consideration Of A Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 2012-0188) With E.G.& G., Inc. For Limited Construction Administration For Phase I Of The Hillsboro Road Improvements Project At A Not-To-Exceed Cost Of $54,100.00.
David Parker, City Engineer / CIC Executive

8. Consideration of a Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 2012-0189) with Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. (SSR) for Limited Construction Administration for Phase I of the Hillsboro Road Improvements Project At A Not-To-Exceed Cost Of $10,000.00.
David Parker, City Engineer / CIC Executive

9. Street Projects’ Status Reports:
a. Mack Hatcher Parkway Northwest Quadrant Extension
b. Hillsboro Road Improvements (SR 96 West to Independence Square)
c. Hillsboro Road Improvements (Independence Square to Mack Hatcher Pkwy)
d. McEwen Drive Temporary Connector
e. 3rd Avenue Extension
f. South Carothers Parkway Extension
g. Carlisle Lane/Boyd Mill @ SR 96 West Signalization
h. TOC Phase 3 Infrastructure and Upgrades Project
i. McEwen Drive and Wilson Pike Intersection Improvements
j. Mack Hatcher Parkway Northeast Widening Project
k. Access Road to the Public Works Facility (across Lasko)
l. Century Court/Beasley Drive Connector
m. Eastern Flank Battlefield Park Access Roadway

10. Water Management Projects’ Status Reports
a. Water, Wastewater and Reclaimed Water Specifications
b. West Main Street Water and Sewer Rehabilitation
c. Mack Hatcher Northwest Extension Water and Sewer Line Relocations

11. Stormwater Projects’ Status Reports
a. Jackson Lake Dredging Improvements Project
b. Buckingham Park Stream Restoration Project
c. Green Branch Stream Restoration Project
d. Ralston Creek (Victoria Court) Stream Restoration Project
e. Harpeth River Restoration Project

12. ADJOURN
Respectfully Submitted,

Eric S. Stuckey,
City Administrator
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