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Board of Mayor & Aldermen Meeting

Special Meeting

MINUTES

01. Call to Order

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.
• February 9, 2010 Worksession
• February 9, 2010 Board of Mayor and Aldermen

07. Recognitions by Mayor John Schroer
United Way Government Challenge Award

08. Miscellaneous Reports
• Sister Cities Alderman Michael Skinner


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 18 - 33 be placed on the consent agenda.

NEW BUSINESS

10. Consideration of The Interstate 65/Goose Creek Interchange Reconstruction (Diamond vs. SPUI)
(02/09/10 WS) David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive


11. Consideration Of Investment Contract With Landmark Partners (For Pension Plan) (Continued from 1/26/10 BOMA) Russ Truell, ACA Finance and Administration

12. 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; Establishing a Public Hearing for March 23, 2010. (FMPC 8-0) (02/09/10 WS)
First of Three Readings Alderman Ann Petersen, FMPC Board Representative

13. Consideration of Ordinance 2010-14, An Ordinance To Amend Title 5, Section 8 Relative To Disposal Of Surplus Real Property For Use In The Affordable And Workforce Housing Program.
First of Two Readings Shauna Billingsley, Interim City Attorney

14. Consideration Of Resolution 2009-55, A Resolution Adopting And Implementing The New Historic District Design Guidelines. (FMPC 8-0) (02/09/10 WS)
Alderman Ann Petersen, FMPC Board Representative

15. Consideration Of Event Permit Application From My Father’s House For The Cinco De Mayo Event In Pinkerton Park On May 1, 2010. Lisa Clayton, Parks Director

16. Consideration Of Change Order No. 1 With Civil Constructors, Inc. For The SR 96/Royal Oaks Blvd. Intersection Improvements For A DEDUCT To The Contract Price In The Amount Of $900,000.00.
(02-11-10 CIC) David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

17. Consideration of Curb Side Recycling Program, Approval of Option Three (3) Implementing Blue Bag Program. (02/09/10 WS) Becky Caldwell, Solid Waste Director

CONSENT AGENDA

18. Consideration Of Proposed Ordinance 2010-03, An Ordinance To Amend The City Of Franklin Zoning Ordinance To Revise Provisions Relating To The Powers, Duties, And Membership Of The Franklin Board Of Zoning Appeals Establishing a Public Hearing for March 23, 2010. (FMPC 8-0) (02/09/10 WS).
First of Three Readings Alderman Ann Petersen, FMPC Board Representative

19. Consideration of Ordinance 2010-12, An Ordinance To Amend Title 9, Chapter 4 Relative To The Regulation Of Taxicabs In The City Of Franklin. (02/09/10 WS)
First of Two Readings Shauna Billingsley, Interim City Attorney

20. Consideration of Ordinance 2010-13, An Ordinance To Rescind Ordinance 2009-59, To Re-Establish A Parking Zone On The West Portion Of 11th Avenue South In The City Of Franklin, Tennessee (02/09/10 B)
Second and Final Reading Alderman Michael Skinner

21. Consideration Of Resolution 2010-15, A Resolution Authorizing Condemnation For The Acquisition Of Property For The Construction Of Intersection Improvements Of S.R. 96 At Boyd Mill Avenue And Carlisle Lane. (02-11-10 CIC) David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

22. Consideration Of Resolution 2010-16, A Resolution Authorizing Condemnation For The Acquisition Of Property For The Construction Of Boyd Mill Avenue Improvements. (02-11-10 CIC)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

23. Professional Services Agreement (PSA) Amendment With Jackson Thornton For The Water Treatment Plant Feasibility Analysis In The Amount Of $15,769.46. (02/09/10 WS)
Mark Hilty, Water Management Director

24. Consideration Of Event Permit Application From The Alex LeVasseur Memorial Fest For An Event In Jim Warren Park On June 27, 2010. (02/09/10 WS)
Lisa Clayton, Parks Director

25. Consideration Of Event Permit Application From Heritage Foundation For Franklin Brewfest (formerly Feile Franklin) To Be Held In Downtown Franklin On March 13, 2010. (02/09/10 WS)
Jackie Moore, Police Chief

26. Acknowledge Receipt of Annual Report on Franklin’s FACTA Program (Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act), Identity Theft Protection. (02/09/10 WS)
Rodney Escobar, Risk Manager

27. Consideration Of Professional Services Agreement With Gresham Smith And Partners (GSP) For The Development/Updating Of The Franklin Water, Sanitary Sewer And Reclaimed Water Standard Specifications At A Not-To-Exceed Cost Of $40,500.00 And Up To $1,000 For Approved Reimbursables. (02-11-10 CIC) David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

28. Consideration Of The Agreement; COF Contract No. 2010-0013; With Avalon Squared, LLC For Access, Maintenance And Construction Of A Detention Pond Within Liberty Park. (02-11-10 CIC)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

29. Consideration Of TDOT Proposal For The Widening Of Mack Hatcher Parkway From South Of SR 96 (Murfreesboro Road) To West Of SR 6 (US 31, Franklin Road); Federal Project No. STP-397(7); State Project No. 94092-2223-14; COF Contract No. 2010-0009. (02-11-10 CIC)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

30. Consideration of Request for Water Availability For 2095 South Berry’s Chapel Road. (02-11-10 CIC) David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

31. Consideration Of The Final Change Order With K.W. Lankford Excavating For The Carothers Phase II Project For A DEDUCT To The Contract Price In The Amount Of $160.80. (02-11-10 CIC)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

32. Consideration Of The Agreement;COF Contract No. 2010-0010; With Synergy Bank And Columbia Avenue Partners For Ownership And Maintenance Of The Bank Business Sign And Fire Line Meter Vault Located Upon City Of Franklin Property. (02-11-10 CIC)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

33. Delegated Action items

a) COF Contract No. 2010-0016, Rolling Meadows Subdivision Surveying Services With Ragan Smith Associates, Inc. For Task 1 At A Cost Of $8,700.00.

b) Changes To The Alternative Resource Lab For Additional Lighting To Fulfill The Need For More Alternative Lighting Sources For Criminal Investigation At A Cost Of $1,830.00.

c) Change Of Location Of City Of Franklin Police Headquarters Flag Pole Locations Requiring Additional Ground Conduit, Longer Pulls, And Two Additional Ground Lights At A Cost Of $1,104.00.

d) For The Addition Of Concrete Masonry Unit Walls To Conceal And Protect Two Water Lines, Vent Stack And Roof Drain Located In The Sally Port Area And Into The Gun Armory Of COFPD At A Cost Of $1600.00.

e) For The Addition Of 5 Electric Sun Shades Located In The COFPD Community Meeting Room At A Cost Of $1,363.00.

f) For Upgrades To COFPD Doors To Include Hardware, Security Entry Systems, And Video Cameras At Entrances To Two Armory Doors At The Receiving Area And Gun Cleaning Station, Narcotics Room In General Evidence And The Swat Team Armory Door Located In The Hall With The Swat Team And Bicycle Division At A Cost Of $5,026.00.

g) For Additional Flashing Added At The Second Floor Terrace And The Area Located Above The Vehicle Exam Bay Where The Parking Deck Comes In Near Contact With The Green Roof System Over The Exam Area At A Cost of $9,675.00

EXECUTIVE SESSION

34. Consideration of Motion To Enter Executive Session For Purpose Of Reviewing Various Matters of Pending Litigation.
Shauna Billingsley, Interim City Attorney

RETURN FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION

35. Consideration of Matters from Executive Session.
Mayor John C. Schroer

OTHER BUSINESS
ADJOURN

Meetings of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen are open and public sessions in accordance with law. All interested persons are urged to attend.
Respectfully submitted,


Eric S. Stuckey
City Administrator


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