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

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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




Tuesday, January 12, 2010, 5:00 p.m.
City Hall Board Room
109 Third Avenue South
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
01. Call to Order

02. Citizen Comments


03. Overview of Voluntary Neighborhood Inspection Program and Pilot Project.
Vernon Gerth
ACA Community and Economic Development

04. Presentation of Project Charts for Top Priority Capital Projects.
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

05.* Consideration Of Ordinance 2009-52, An Ordinance To Amend Table 3-5: Base District Density And Building Height Of The Franklin Zoning Ordinance. (8-27-09 FMPC 8/0) (Deferred on 11/24/09 to 1-12-10). Alderman Michael Skinner

06.* Consideration Of Liquor License Retailer’s Certificate Renewal For Red Dog Wine and Spirits (Mr. Bard Quillman), 1031 Riverside Drive, Franklin, Tennessee.
Lanaii Benne, Assistant City Recorder

07.* Consideration Of Approval For Plaza Street Work And Additional Fill Material Associated With The Police Facility Project. Brad Wilson, Facilities Project Manager

08.* Consideration OfResolution 2010-05, Initial Resolution Authorizing The City Of Franklin, Tennessee To Borrow Funds And Incur Indebtedness In The Aggregate Principal Amount Of Not To Exceed Five Million Seven Hundred Twenty-Nine Thousand Dollars ($5,729,000) Through The Issuance Of Its General Obligation Bonds And Rescinding Prior Authorization For The Issuance Of Certain Debt. Russ Truell, ACA Finance and Administration

09. Consideration Of Bid Award To Neely Coble Co., Inc. Of Nashville In The Amount Of $50,048.00 For One (1) Landscape Truck For The Parks Department (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 2010-025; $55,000.00 Budgeted In 110-89520-44700 For Fiscal Year 2010).
Lisa Clayton, Parks Director

10. Consideration of Resolution 2010-01, A Resolution To Participate in the Three-Star Program.
Eric S. Stuckey, City Administrator

11. Consideration of Resolution 2010-02, A Resolution To Affirm Compliance With Federal Title VI Regulations. Eric S. Stuckey, City Administrator

12. Consideration Of Resolution 2010-03, A Resolution To Authorize The City Administrator To Approve Right Of Way And/Or Easement Agreements For The Mack Hatcher Parkway, Northwest Extension Without The Prior Approval By The Board Of Mayor And Aldermen.
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

13. Consideration Of Property Acquisition (Map 63N D, Parcel 6.01) From Robert N. Moore, Jr. For TheThird Avenue Extension Project, In An Amount Of $186,500.00, Offer Open Until February 1, 2010.
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

14. Consideration of Various Charter Amendments
Shauna Billingsley, Interim City Attorney
Russ Truell, ACA Finance and Administration
a) Franchise
b) Text clean up
c) Budget

15. Consideration Of Ordinance 2009-43, An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 5 And Table 5-8: Fence And Wall Height Relating To Requirements For Chain Link Or Wire Fencing In The Franklin Zoning Ordinance. (FMPC 10/22; Vote 5-4) (First Reading Deferred From 11-24-09 BOMA Meeting To 1-12-10 Work Session) Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Board Representative

16. The Interstate 65/Goose Creek Interchange Reconstruction
a) Diamond vs. SPUI
b) Consideration Of A Professional Services Agreement With Wilbur Smith Associates For Services Required For A Sub Area Analysis Of Project(S) To Determine Short And Long Term Traffic Mitigation For Anticipated Problems For A Lump Sum Amount Of $52,500.00. (Not Budgeted) (Forwarded to worksession by CIP committee on 12/10/09)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

17. Discussion Regarding Receiving Proposals On The Property At 112 Bridge Street (Old Old Jail).
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

18. Consideration Of CDBG Fair Housing And Home Ownership Counseling Program Contract With GAP Community Development Resources, Inc. For $15,000.
Clay Matthews
Housing Development Coordinator

19. Consideration Of Resolution 2010-04, A Resolution To Authorize The Mayor To Submit An Application To The Tennessee Department Of Environment And Conservation For Tennessee Recreation Trails Program Grant Funds. Lisa Clayton, Parks Director

20. Consideration Of Professional Services Agreement With AECOM For CEI Services For The Construction Of The Raw Water Reservoir Rehabilitation Project At A Cost Of $183,600.00.
Mark Hilty, Water Management Director

21. Discussion And Consideration Of Staff’s Recommended Priority Ranking For Small Projects To Be Funded As Approved In The Capital Funding Plan; $500,000 Set Aside Per Year.
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

22. Consideration Of Interlocal Agreement With Williamson County Concerning Funding Of Construction Activities For The Oxford Glen Drive At Clovercroft Road Improvements.
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

23. Discussion Regarding a Limited Parking Pass for Downtown Area.
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

24. Discussion Regarding Change Of An Existing Position / Pay Grade In Police Department To Create An Assistant Police Chief Position. Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

25. Other Business

Respectfully Submitted,

Eric S. Stuckey
City Administrator

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