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

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Planning Commission

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PUBLIC NOTICE
AGENDA

Notice is hereby given that the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, July 26, 2012, 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Board Room. Additional information can be found at www.franklintn.gov/planning.

The purpose of the meeting will be to consider matters brought to the attention of the Planning Commission and will include the following. The typical process for discussing an item is as follows:
1. Staff presentation,
2. Public comments,
3. Applicant presentation, and
4. Motion/discussion/vote.

Applicants are encouraged to come to the meeting, even if they agree with the staff recommendation. The Planning Commission may defer or disapprove an application/request unless someone is present to represent it.

For accommodations due to disabilities or other special arrangements, please contact the Human Resources Department at (615) 791-3216, at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. MINUTES
• 6/28/12 Regular Meeting

3. CITIZEN COMMENTS ON ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA
Open for Franklin citizens to be heard on items not included on this Agenda. As provided by law, the Planning Commission shall make no decisions or consideration of action of citizen comments, except to refer the matter to the Planning Director for administrative consideration, or to schedule the matter for Planning Commission consideration at a later date. Those citizens addressing the Planning Commission are required to complete a Public Comment Card in order for their name and address to be included within the official record.

4. ANNOUNCEMENTS

5. VOTE TO PLACE NON-AGENDA ITEMS ON THE AGENDA
The non-agenda process, by design, is reserved for rare instances, and only minor requests shall be considered. Non-agenda items shall be considered only upon the unanimous approval of all of the Planning Commission members.

6. CONSENT AGENDA
The items under the consent agenda are deemed by the Planning Commission to be non-controversial and routine in nature and will be approved by one motion. The items on the consent agenda will not be individually discussed. Any member of the Planning Commission, City Staff, or the public desiring to discuss an item on the consent agenda may request that it be removed and placed on the regular agenda. It will then be considered in its printed order.

• Initial Consent Agenda
• Secondary Consent Agenda- to include any items in which Commissioners recuse themselves

SITE PLAN SURETIES
Consent: Items 7-15
7. Cool Springs Corner Subdivision, site plan, revision 1, lot 3 (Sam’s Club Liquor Store Addition); accept the streets improvements, release the performance agreement and establish a maintenance agreement for one year.

8. Franklin Commons South Subdivision, site plan, section 2, lot 6B (Holiday Inn Express Pool Enclosure); release the maintenance agreement for drainage/detention improvements.

9. Grace Pointe Church Subdivision, site plan; release the maintenance agreement for street access improvements; extend the performance agreement for drainage and street improvements.

10. Jamison Station PUD Subdivision, site plan, section 1; extend the performance agreement for sidewalk improvements.

11. Jones Company Corporate Office, site plan; release the maintenance agreement for access improvements.

12. Seward Hall Subdivision, site plan, lot 1 (Bethel Community Church); extend the performance agreement for stormwater drainage/detention improvements.

13. Westhaven PUD Subdivision, site plan, section 15 lot 4006 (Westhaven Discovery Center); accept the sidewalks improvements, release the performance agreement and establish a maintenance agreement for one year.

14. Westhaven PUD Subdivision, site plan, section 15, lot 4009 (Westhaven Western Regional Parking Lot); extend the performance agreement for drainage improvements for six months.

15. Westhaven PUD Subdivision, site plan, section 25; extend the performance agreement for drainage improvements for six months.

REZONINGS AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS
16. ORDINANCE 2012-41, TO BE ENTITLED “AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE ±14.07 ACRES FROM GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (GC) TO RESIDENTIAL VARIETY DISTRICT (RX) FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED ALONG CAROTHERS PARKWAY AND NORTHWEST OF EAST MCEWEN DRIVE.”
Project Number: 2463
Applicant: Brad Slayden, Ragan Smith Associates
Staff Recommends: Favorable Recommendation to the BOMA
Consent Status: Nonconsent

17. RESOLUTION 2012-36, A RESOLUTION APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR FRANKLIN PARK*, LOCATED ALONG CAROTHERS PARKWAY, SOUTH OF NISSAN AND NORTH OF MCEWEN DRIVE, BY THE CITY OF FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE.
Project Number: 2459
Applicant: Brad Slayden, Ragan Smith
Staff Recommends: Favorable Recommendation to the BOMA
Consent Status: Nonconsent
*Development name subject to change

18. ORDINANCE 2012-42, TO BE ENTITLED “AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE ±13.81 ACRES FROM GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (GC) TO RESIDENTIAL VARIETY DISTRICT (RX) FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED EAST OF CAROTHERS PARKWAY, ALONG RESOURCE PARKWAY.”
Project Number: 2464
Applicant: Jeff Heinze, Littlejohn Engineering Associates
Staff Recommends: Favorable Recommendation to the BOMA
Consent Status: Nonconsent

19. RESOLUTION 2012-37, A RESOLUTION APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR RESOURCE CENTRE APARTMENTS, LOCATED ALONG CAROTHERS PARKWAY, BOTH NORTH AND SOUTH OF RESOURCE PARKWAY, BY THE CITY OF FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE.
Project Number: 2461
Applicant: Jeff Heinze, Littlejohn Engineering Associates
Staff Recommends: Favorable Recommendation to the BOMA
Consent Status: Nonconsent


FINAL PLATS AND SITE PLANS
20. Cool Springs West Subdivision, site plan, section 4, revision 1, lot 21 (Freeman Office-Avure Technologies), a 19,565 square foot addition to an existing 19,690 square foot building on 11.05 acres, located at 210 Gothic Court.
Project Number: 2481
Applicant: Matt Tays, Ragan Smith
Staff Recommends: Approval, with conditions
Consent Status: Consent

21. The Highlands at Ladd Park PUD Subdivision, final plat, section 4, revision 2, 1 lot on 0.24 acres, located along the southern side of Alfred Ladd Road East, east of Molly Bright Lane.
Project Number: 2473
Applicant: David Reagan, HFR Design, Inc.
Staff Recommends: Approval, with conditions
Consent Status: Consent

22. McKays Mill PUD Subdivision, final plat, section 32, revision 3, 4 lots on 1.24 acres, located along Bernard Way and Twin Square Way, immediately south of Harwick Drive.
Project Number: 2482
Applicant: Ted Stevenson, Ragan Smith
Staff Recommends: Approval, with conditions
Consent Status: Consent

23. Westhaven PUD Subdivision, final plat, section 10, 1 lot on 0.60 acres, located along the southern side of Pearre Springs Way, south of Acadia Avenue and east of Cheltenham Avenue.
Project Number: 2476
Applicant: Robert L. Burke, Jr., Wilson and Associates
Staff Recommends: Approval, with conditions
Consent Status: Consent

24. Westhaven PUD Subdivision, final plat, section 35, 39 lots on 6.65 acres, located along eastern side of Eliot Road between Oleander Street and Townsend Boulevard; along southern side of Porter Street between Eliot Road and Tilby Street; and along the eastern side of Westhaven Boulevard east of Oleander Street
Project Number: 2477
Applicant: Robert L. Burke, Jr., Wilson and Associates
Staff Recommends: Approval, with conditions
Consent Status: Consent

ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENTS
25. ORDINANCE 2012-46, TO BE ENTITLED: “AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND VARIOUS CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS OF THE CITY OF FRANKLIN ZONING ORDINANCE TO CLARIFY REQUIREMENTS AND CORRECT MINOR TEXTUAL ERRORS.”
Applicant: Catherine Powers, Planning and Sustainability Director
Staff Recommends: Favorable Recommendation to the BOMA
Consent Status: Nonconsent

26. ORDINANCE 2012-38, TO BE ENTITLED: “AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 3, SECTION 3.2 AND CHAPTER 8, SECTION 8.3 OF THE CITY OF FRANKLIN ZONING ORDINANCE TO REVISE REQUIREMENTS AND DEFINITIONS RELATED TO HOTELS.”
Applicant: Catherine Powers, Planning and Sustainability Director
Staff Recommends: Favorable Recommendation to the BOMA
Consent Status: Nonconsent

FMPC BYLAWS AMENDMENT
27. AMEND THE FRANKLIN MUNICIPAL PLANNING COMMISSION BYLAWS
Applicant: Catherine Powers, Planning and Sustainability Director
Staff Recommends: Approval
Consent Status: Nonconsent

NON-AGENDA ITEMS

ANY OTHER BUSINESS

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