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Board of Mayor and Aldermen

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.
• December 8, 2009 Executive Session
• December 8, 2009 Worksession
• December 8, 2009 Board of Mayor and Aldermen

07. Proclamation Recognition of Fire Dept – Christmas

08. 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 16 - 34 be placed on the consent agenda.

OLD BUSINESS

09. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Ordinance 2009-60, An Ordinance To Amend Table 3-2: Permitted Uses In The Franklin Zoning Ordinance To Permit Recreational Facilities (Private) And Personal Services In The Light Industrial (LI) Zoning District. (FMPC 9/24/09 Vote 7-0; 11-24-09 B);
Second of Three Readings Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Board Representative


10. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Ordinance 2009-72, An Ordinance To Amend Various Chapters And Sections Of The City Of Franklin Zoning Ordinance To Clarify Requirements And Correct Minor Textual Errors. (FMPC 10/22; Vote 8-0) (11-24-09 B)
Second of Three Readings Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Board Representative


11. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration of Ordinance 2009-82, An Ordinance Approving Budget Amendments for FY2008-2009. (11/23 FC 4-0, 12/08/09 BOMA)
Second of Three Readings Russ Truell, ACA Finance and Administration


NEW BUSINESS

12. 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).
Third and Final Reading Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Board Representative

13. Consideration Of Resolution 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

14. Consideration Of Resolution 2010-07, a Resolution To Freeze To Pension Plan For New Hires Effective February 15, 2010, Pending Review And Modification Of Existing Plan Or Introduction Of Replacement Plan. (12/08/09 WS)
Russ Truell, ACA Finance and Administration

15. Mayor’s Appointments to Board of Zoning Appeals (Two Vacancies)
Mayor John Schroer


CONSENT AGENDA

16. Consideration Of Ordinance 2009-45, An Ordinance To Amend Various Sections Of Chapter 4, Section 4.1 And Chapter 5, Section 5.12 Of The City Of Franklin Zoning Ordinance Pertaining To Signs; (FMPC 9/24/09 Vote 7-0) (12/08/09 B)
Third and Final Reading Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Board Representative

17. Consideration Of Ordinance 2009-56, An Ordinance To Revise Certain Chapters Of The Franklin Zoning Ordinance In Order To Create A Scientific Research Overlay Zoning District. (FMPC 9/24/09 Vote 7-0) (12/08/09 B)
Third and Final Reading Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Board Representative

18. Consideration Of Ordinance 2009-63, An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 6, Section 6.3.4, And Of Chapter 6, Section 6.3.7 Of The City Of Franklin Zoning Ordinance To Revise Requirements Relating To Performance Agreements. (FMPC 9/24/09 Vote 7-0) (12/08/09 B)
Third and Final Reading Alderman Ann Petersen
FMPC Board Representative

19. Consideration Of Ordinance 2009-81, An Ordinance To Amend Title 18, Chapter 2, Section 18-210 Of The Franklin Municipal Code, Clarifying Sewer Service Charges. (12-08-09 B)
Second and Final Reading David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

20. Consideration Of Ordinance 2010-02, An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance 2009-46 To Increase Water And Wastewater User Rates. (12-17-09 Finance )
Russ Truell, ACA Finance and Administration

21. Consideration of Resolution 2009-56, a Resolution Adopting the Greenway and Open Space Plan. (11/19/09 FMPC 8-0, 12/08/09 WS) Erin Reinders, Long Range Planning Supervisor
22. Consideration Of Resolution 2010-06, A Resolution To Authorize The City To Enter Into Equipment Lease Purchase Agreement With Delage Landen Public Finance LLC (COF Contract Number 2010-01). Fred Banner, MIT Director

23. Consideration of United Way Process For Appropriations For Non Profit Organizations
(12/08/09 WS) Russ Truell, ACA Finance and Administration

24. Consideration Of Renewal Of Liquor License Retailer’s Certificate For Red Dog Wine and Spirits (Mr. Bard Quillman), 1031 Riverside Drive, Franklin, Tennessee. (01/12/09 WS)
Lanaii Y. Benne, Assistant City Recorder

25. Consideration Of An Amendment To The Professional Services Agreement With CDM For The Additional Work Required To Obtain The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Letter Of Map Revision (LOMR) For Dry Branch For An Increase In Fees Of $17,000.00. (Payment is to be from the Stormwater Reserve Funds). (12/10/09 CIP vote: 4-0)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

26. Consideration Of The Agreement; COF Contract No. 2009-0087; With CSX Transportation, Inc. (CSXT) For The Preemption Interconnection Project Between The City’s Traffic Signals At The Intersections Of Mallory Station Road At General George Patton Drive And Duke Drive And CSXT’s Grade Crossing Warning Devices At An Estimated Cost Of $123,568.00. (12/10/09 CIP vote: 4-0)
David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

27. Consideration Of The Road Impact Fee Offset Agreement With Southern Land Company, LLC In The Amount Of $390,080.93 For The Design And Construction Of A Turn Lane On S.R. 96 West At Front Street. (12/10/09 CIP vote: 4-0) David Parker, City Engineer/CIP Executive

28. Consideration of the Final Change Order With Garney Companies, Inc. For the Goose Creek Phase II Interceptor Sewer – Contract B Project in the Amount of $115,656.00. (Total Construction Contract Amount After This Change Order is $2,982,639.90) (12/10/09 CIP vote: 4-0) Eric Gardner, Engineering Director


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

30. Consideration of Renewal of Microsoft Enterprise Application Agreement.
Fred Banner, MIT Director

31. Consideration of Renewal with Hewlett Packard (HP) for Wireless Software Support.
Fred Banner, MIT Director

32. Consideration of Renewal with OnBase for Software Support.
Fred Banner, MIT Director


33. Action Taken On Behalf Of The Board With Approval Given By City Administrator Eric Stuckey And Mayor John Schroer for the Police Headquarters Building.

a) Changes to electrical and data connections due to staff changes and office relocations regarding original furniture layout and future staff growth $ 11,175.00

b) Change of color at main stair vestibule and hall corridors on main and second floor level due to staffs concern that it was too much of one color $10,033.00

34. Delegated Action items
a) Agreement With George Washington Tomlin For The Dedication Of ROW and Easements For The Boyd Mill Ave Project. ($1.00 plus $10 warranty deed)

b) Agreement With Laverne Sweeney For The Dedication Of ROW and Easements For The Boyd Mill Ave Project. ($1.00 plus $10 warranty deed)

c) Agreement With Mitchell Bruce Potts and Nellie Mae Potts For The Dedication Of ROW and Easements For The Boyd Mill Ave Project. ($1.00 plus $10 warranty deed)

d) Agreement With David Cornelius Potts and Frances Candida Potts For The Dedication Of ROW and Easements For The Boyd Mill Ave Project. ($1.00 plus $10 warranty deed)

e) Agreement With David Cornelius Potts For The Dedication Of ROW and Easements For The Boyd Mill Ave Project. ($1.00 plus $10 warranty deed)

f) Agreement With Tomlinson Fort, JR (TR) For The Dedication Of Easements For The Carlisle Lane & Signal Design at HWY 96W Project. ($1.00)

g) Agreement With H. Rhea Holly and Margaret Kim Holly For The Dedication Of Easements For The Carlisle Lane & Signal Design at HWY 96W Project. ($1.00)

h) Agreement With Susan A. Jewell For The Dedication Of Easements For The Carlisle Lane & Signal Design at HWY 96W Project. ($1.00)

i) Professional Services Agreement with H&H Land Surveying, Inc. of Smyrna, TN, for Surveying of property at 112 & 118 Bridge Street for a lump sum cost of $2,000.00

j) Change of Entry door to processing and interview area from staff hall to a heavy slider type detention door unit from a standard hollow metal door and frame $ 7,445.00.

k) Installation of heat trace system and insulation of water lines on sallyport personnel wash station that is the eye and body wash system located in unheated area $ 1,111.00

l) Purchase of ADA faucets in place of units originally designed that were found not to work with the programmed ceramic sink basin that are currently installed (cheaper to change out faucets ) $ 1,000.00

m) Agreement with Iteris, Inc. for Emergency Computer Software Consultant Services for TOC. $1,160.00



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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