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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





To view minutes of the 5/11/10 worksession, click HERE

01. Call to Order

02. Citizen Comments


03.* Status Report on May, 2010 Flood 
Consideration Of Status Of The City Of Franklin’s Declaration Of Water Shortage Emergency     Status 2 
    1)Resolution 2010-31: A Resolution Authorizing Free Building Permits for Structures Damaged 
        by the May 2010 Flood 
    2)Resolution 2010-32: A Resolution Terminating the Water Shortage Emergency status 2 
        related to the May 2010 Flood
        TDEC Lift Order
        Original Declaration
    3)Resolution 2010-33: A Resolution Authorizing the City Administrator to use discretion 
        regarding the Implementation of the Franklin Municipal code as it pertains to City 
        Utility Customers Impacted by the May 2010 flood. 
    4) Resolution 2010-34: A Resolution adopting a plan of action regarding residential 
        displacements for the extension of state route 397, Mack Hatcher Parkway, impacted by
        the May 2010 flood.
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

04.* Consideration of Resolution 2010-29, A Resolution Declaring The Intent Of The City Of Franklin To Act As A Governmental Pass-Through Entity For Certain Land Acquisition Projects As Requested By The Civil War Preservation Trust (5/11/10 ws)
Catherine Powers
Planning & Sustainability Director
Steve Valley, Interim Preservation Planner

05. Presentation on Integrated Water Plan.
Mark Hilty, Water Management Director

06. Sustainability/Grant Coordinator Six-Month Progress Report
Vernon Gerth
ACA-Community and Economic Development
Andrew Orr
Sustainability Grant Coordinator

07. Consideration Of Proposed Ordinance 2010-34, To Be Entitled: “An Ordinance To Create Title 2, Chapter 4 Of The City Of Franklin Municipal Code Relating To The Creation Of The Battlefield Preservation Commission”.
John Schroer, Mayor

08.* Consideration The First Amendment To The Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) Agreement – O.B.102-N, Attachment No. 1 (COF Contract No. 2009-0047) For The Mcewen Drive, Phase III Improvements For An Increase In Cost Of $33,861 For The Relocation Of Electric Lines.
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

09.* Consideration Of COF Contract No. 2010-0047 With Mallory Valley Utility District For The Highgate Subdivision Road Resurfacing Project.
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

10. Consideration of Proposed Ordinance 2010-33, To Be Entitled “An Ordinance To Rezone .46 Acres From High Residential (R-3) To Residential Variety (Rx) For Property Located At 1439 Columbia Avenue.” (4/22/10 FMPC vote was unanimous to unfavorably recommend)
Alderman Ann Petersen, FMPC Representative

11. Consideration of Proposed Ordinance 2010-20, To Be Entitled “An Ordinance To Rezone 20.001 Acres To Be Included Within The Scientific Research Overlay (SRO) Zoning District For Property Located At The Northeast Corner Of Mack Hatcher Parkway And Franklin Road.” (4/22/10 FMPC vote was 5-1 to unfavorably recommend)
Alderman Ann Petersen, FMPC Representative

12. Acknowledge Receipt Of Inter-Planning Commission Review Of Site Plan And Conditional Use Review For Mid America Distributors For A Temporary Firework Stand, On 77.16 Acres Located At 1050 John Williams Road (Stand Location And Access On Liberty Pike) In The 4th Voting District.
Alderman Ann Petersen, FMPC Representative

13. Acknowledge Receipt Of Inter-Planning Commission Review Of Site Plan And Conditional Use Review For Mid America Distributors For A Temporary Firework Stand, On 1.32 Acres Located At 1270 Lewisburg Pike In The 2nd Voting District.
Alderman Ann Petersen, FMPC Representative

14. Agreement Between The Franklin Chapter #14, United Daughters Of The Confederacy And The City Of Franklin, Tennessee For The Maintenance Of The Franklin Square Monument.
Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

15. Resolution To Approve The Approved Mack Hatcher Widening Contract With TDOT.
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

16. Consideration Of Bid Award To Bob Ladd & Associates, Inc. (D/B/A “Ladd's”) Of Memphis, TN In The Amount Of $12,569.86 For One (1) New Self-Propelled Athletic Field Drag To Be Used By The Parks Department For Grooming The Skinned Areas Of Baseball And Softball Fields (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 2010-037; $12,000.00 Budgeted In 110-89530-44700 For Fiscal Year 2010).
Lisa Clayton, Parks Director

17. Change Order Liberty Park Phase 3-Final Project And Final Change Order.
Lisa Clayton, Parks Director

Other Business

Respectfully Submitted,

Eric S. Stuckey
City Administrator

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