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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

 

 

 

Board of Mayor & Aldermen Meeting

01. Call to Order         For minutes of this meeting, please click HERE

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.
• May 25, 2010 Executive Session
• May 25, 2010 Worksession
• May 25, 2010 Board of Mayor and Aldermen

07. Recognitions by Mayor John Schroer

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 20 - 27 be placed on the consent agenda.

OLD BUSINESS

10. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration of Ordinance 2010-35, As Amended, An Ordinance Of The City Of Franklin, Tennessee, Adopting A Budget For The Fiscal Year 2010-2011, Providing An Effective Date. (5-25-10B)
Second of Three Readings
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

11. PUBLIC HEARING : Consideration of Ordinance 2010-36, An Ordinance Of The City Of Franklin, Tennessee, Establishing The Municipal Property Tax Levy For The Fiscal Year 2010-2011, Providing An Effective Date. (5-25-10b)
Second of Three Readings
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

12. Consideration Of Deferring First Reading of Ordinance 2010-14 to July 27, 2010. This Ordinance Is To Amend Title 5, Section 8 Relative To Disposal Of Surplus Real Property For Use In The Affordable And Workforce Housing Program. (Deferred From 2/23/10 BOMA Meeting).
Shauna Billingsley, City Attorney

13. Consideration Of Deferring First Reading of Ordinance 2010-17 to July 27, 2010, (Budget Amendment To Fund Condemnation Of Boyd Mill And Carlisle Right Of Way Purchase) (2/18/10 Finance 4-0, Deferred From 4/27/10 BOMA).
Russ Truell, ACA Finance And Administration
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

NEW BUSINESS

14. Consideration of Resolution 2010-28 To Approve TDOT Proposal For The Mack Hatcher Widening Project From S.R. 96 to S. R. 6 (COF Contract No 2010-0009). (5/11/10wks)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

15. Consideration of Resolution 2010-35 Authorizing Adoption of the Manual for the Septic Certification Inspection Program. (5-25-10 Ws)
Mark Hilty, Water Management Director
Chris Bridgewater, Plumbing/Mechanical Plans Examiner

16. Consideration of Resolution 2010-44, A Resolution to Approve the Award of the Environmental protection Agency (EPA) Congressionally mandated projects Grant XP-95411710-0 (COF Contract No 2010-0075) and designating the City Engineer as the City’s Authorizing Representative.
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

17. Consideration Of Resolution 2010-45, A Detailed Resolution For Recovery Zone Bonds.
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

18. Consideration ofResolution 2010-46, A Resolution to Extend the Sharing of the Preservation Planner Responsibilities to Building Inspector Steve Valley and Student Intern Amanda Hall Through December 31, 2010.
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator
Shirley Harmon, Human Resources Director

19. Discussion Regarding Self Insurance Program For Workers Compensation With TML Representatives.
Shirley Harmon, Human Resources Director


CONSENT AGENDA

20. Consideration Of Ordinance 2009-77, An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 4, Section 4.1.6, And Chapter 8, Section 8.3, Of The City Of Franklin Zoning Ordinance Relating To Home Occupations. (FMPC 8-0; 5/27/10 b) 5Third and Final Reading
Gary Luffman Director, Building and Neighborhood Services
Tom Marsh, Zoning Coordinator

21. Consideration Of Ordinance 2010-34, An Ordinance To Create Title 2, Chapter 4 Of The City Of Franklin Municipal Code Relating To The Creation Of The Battlefield Preservation Commission”.
(05-25-10B)
Second and Final Reading
John Schroer, Mayor

22. Consideration Of Event Permit For Franklin Classic In Downtown Franklin On
September 6, 2010. (5/25/10 WS)
Jackie Moore, Police Chief

23. Consideration of Event Permit for Race for the Cape Sponsored By Rolling Hills Community Church On November 13, 2010. (5/25/10 WS)
Jackie Moore, Police Chief


24. Consideration Of The Request To Abandon A Portion Of The Right-Of-Way For Jordan Road By Southern Land Company (5-11-10 CIP)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

25. Consideration of Event Permit For The Jazz Festival to Be Held in Downtown Franklin on September 4th and 5th, 2010.
Jackie Moore, Police Chief

26. Consideration of Backup 911 phone system for Police Dispatch; $23,743.00
Fred Banner, IT Director

27. Items approved by the City Administrator on behalf of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen:

a) Addition Of Fire And Smoke Dampers At Five Locations In The One Hour Fire Separation Wall Located Between The Area Of Processing And The Corridor On The South Side Second Floor And East Side Between Offices $9,892.00

b) Upgrade Of S-2 Sinks Located In The Vehicle Exam Bay Area At The Built In Cabinetry Due To The Sink Being Of A Quality That Is Easier To Keep Clean And Will Have A Longer Service To The Space $900.00.

c) Additional Items Added To Project During Construction To Increase Security Regarding Egress And Exiting Of Facility $5,087.00.

d) Installation Of Illuminated Exit Signs From Lower Part Of Two Story Parking Deck Located At The New Police Headquarters $2,539.00.

e) Installation Of Rotary Timer For Exhaust Unit Located At General Evidence Area And Also System Serving Armory Cleaning Area $ 1,207.00.

f) Addition Of Florescent Light Units In Spaces 030 And Future Build Out Area Next To Main Server Area $1,145.00.

g) Addition Of FRP Panels (Fiberglass Reinforced Panels) For The Protection Of Walls In Rooms 151 And 152 From Both Destruction And The Possibility Of Damaged Walls From Human Waste $1,043.00.

h) Change Out Of UV (Ultra Violet) Light Ballast From A System That Is No Longer Manufactured And The Organization Is No Longer In Business Or Supporting The System Installed $800.00.

i) Changes To Exterior Handrail Termination Ends Per Building And Neighborhood Services So That Patrons And Staff Leaving An Emergency Can Exit Without The Possibility Of Clothing Being Caught At An Open End Of The Rail $4,467.00.

j) Installation Of Sliding Gate Operator System That Will Allow System To Be Opened And Closed By At Least 3 Different Locations Not In The Original Scope Programming $7,352.00

k) Painting And Drywall Touchups And Repairs To Different Parts Of The Facility Due To Furniture Groups, Moving Companies And Misc Deliveries Causing Nicks And Some Damage To Walls And Doors During Our Move Into The Facility $2,005.00.

l) Installation Of Building And Neighborhood Services Requested Items For Egress From The City Of Franklin Police Headquarters Second Floor Parking Deck And The Installation Of A Delayed Exit Panic Bar In The Sally Port Area $7,980.00.

m) Installation Of Carpet Tiles And Rubber Base In Room 064 (Sexual Offenders Registration Room) In Lieu Of Having Sealed Concrete And Painting Instead Of Two Finished Panels Located In Lobby Vestibule And Viewable From Chiefs Conference Room $2,912.00.

n) Acceptance Of Credit From Remaining Funds Budgeted For Geo Thermal Well Testing $10,000.00.

o) Notification Of Credit Back To The Owner’s Contingency For The Lower Number Of Masonry Units Used On The Project From The Original Budgeted And Allocated Amount In The Amount Given Back To The Project Totaling $ 32,637.61.

OTHER BUSINESS

ADJOURN

Respectfully submitted,

Eric S. Stuckey
City Administrator

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