Details for Franklin Municipal Planning Commission
City of Franklin
Franklin Municipal Planning Commission
109 3rd Ave S
Franklin, TN 37064
City Hall Board Room
Thursday, December 12, 2019 7:00 PM
Notice is hereby given that the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission will hold a
regular meeting on Thursday, December 12, 2019, at 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:
3.Applicant presentation, and
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
CALL TO ORDER
1.Approval of the October 24, 2019 FMPC minutes.
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.
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.
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
SITE PLAN SURETIES
2.Cool Springs Galleria PUD Subdivision, site plan, section 3; release the
maintenance agreement for green infrastructure improvements.
3.Downs Boulevard Subdivision, site plan, lot 5; release the maintenance
agreement for drainage improvements. (CONSENT AGENDA)
4.Gateway Commons PUD Subdivision, site plan; accept the sidewalks
improvements, release the performance agreement and establish a
maintenance agreement for one year. (CONSENT AGENDA)
5.Get Ready Subdivision, site plan; extend the performance agreement for
drainage improvements to December 10, 2020; extend the maintenance
agreement for green infrastructure improvements to December 10, 2020.
6.Gist Street PUD Subdivision, site plan; extend the performance
agreement for green infrastructure improvements to December 10, 2020.
7.Highlands at Ladd Park PUD Subdivision, site plan, section 13; release
the maintenance agreement for streets improvements. (CONSENT
8.Lockwood Glen PUD Subdivision, site plan, section 10; release the
maintenance agreement for streets improvements. (CONSENT
9.Longview Subdivision, site plan, section 1, lot 14 (Taco Bell); accept the
green infrastructure improvements, release the performance agreement
and establish a maintenance agreement for one year. (CONSENT
ENVISION FRANKLN PLAN AMENDMENTS
10.Consideration Of Resolution 2019‑116: A Resolution To Adopt An
Envision Franklin Plan Amendment For The Properties Located On Oak
Meadow Drive East Of South Royal Oaks Boulevard, Known As Map 079
Parcels 10120 And 08800, To Change The Design Concept From
Neighborhood Commercial And Regional Commerce To Neighborhood
MixedUse (PUBLIC HEARING)
REZONINGS AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS
11.McEwen Place Town Center PUD Subdivision, Development Plan,
Section 3, Revision 6 (Block A), Creating 158,750 Square Feet Of
Commercial and Office Space And 150 Hotel Units On 4.88 Acres,
Located At 5011 Aspen Grove Drive. (CONSENT AGENDA)
12.Consideration Of Ordinance 2019‑43: An Ordinance To Rezone 7.0
Acres From General Office (GO) District To General Commercial (GC)
District For The Property Located North Of Goose Creek Bypass And
West Of Interstate 65 South, Located At 2406 Old Peytonsville Road.
13.Consideration Of Resolution 2019‑111: A Resolution Approving A
Development Plan For Downs Boulevard Properties PUD Subdivision
With 2 Modifications Of Development Standards, For The Property
Located North Of Downs Boulevard And West Of Columbia Avenue, On
2.68 Acres, Located At 1536 Columbia Avenue.
14.Consideration Of Ordinance 2019‑45: An Ordinance To Rezone 1.95
Acres From Detached Residential (R‑2) District To Specific Development
Residential (SD‑R 3.59) District, For The Property Located West Of
Carothers Parkway And South Of Dandridge Drive, 3513 Carothers
15.Consideration Of Resolution 2019‑114: A Resolution Approving A
Development Plan For Carothers Stacked Flats PUD Subdivision, For
The Property Located West Of Carothers Parkway And South Of
Dandridge Drive, 3513 & 3515 Carothers Parkway.
16.Consideration of Ordinance 2019‑46: An Ordinance To Rezone 17.53
Acres From Specific Development Mixed‑Use (SD‑X 3.39) District To
Specific Development Mixed‑Use (SD‑X 2.74) District For The Property
Located South Of Churchill Place And North Of Murfreesboro Road,
1111 &1123 Murfreesboro Road.”
17.Consideration Of Resolution 2019‑115: A Resolution Approving A
Revised Development Plan For Township PUD Subdivision, For The
Property Located South Of Churchill Place And North Of Murfreesboro
Road, 1111 & 1123 Murfreesboro Road.
PLANS OF SERVICES, ANNEXATIONS, AND ASSOCIATED ZONINGS
AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS
18.Consideration Of Resolution 2019‑117: A Resolution Adopting A Plan Of
Services For The Annexation Of Two Properties Located East Of
Lewisburg Pike And North And South Of The Intersection At Stream
Valley Boulevard (Meadows And Villages At Southbrooke PUD
Subdivision), By The City Of Franklin, Tennessee.
19.Consideration Of Resolution 2019‑121: A Resolution To Annex Two
Properties At Or Near 1445 Lewisburg Pike, Consisting Of 74.95 Acres,
Property Located East Of Lewisburg Pike And North And South Of
Stream Valley Boulevard And Within The Southern Part Of The Franklin
Urban Growth Boundary (UGB).
20.Consideration Of Ordinance 2019‑48: An Ordinance To Zone 74.95
Acres Specific Development‑Residential 2.74 (SD‑R 2.74) District, Goose
Creek Character Area Overlay‑Special Area 5 (GCCO‑5) District, Either
Development Standards, For The Property Located East Of Lewisburg
And North And South Of Stream Valley Boulevard, At And Near 1445
Lewisburg Pike (Meadows And Villages At Southbrooke PUD).
21.Consideration Of Resolution 2019‑119: A Resolution Approving A
Development Plan For The Meadows And Villages At Southbrooke PUD
Subdivision, For The Two Properties Located East Of Lewisburg Pike
And North And South Of The Intersection Of Stream Valley Boulevard, At
And Near 1445 Lewisburg Pike.
22.Consideration Of Resolution 2019‑107: A Resolution By The Franklin
Municipal Planning Commission To Amend The Franklin Subdivision
Regulations. (PUBLIC HEARING)
ANY OTHER BUSINESS
- March FrankTalks to feature discussion on environmental sustainability
- Mardi Gras Ball provides plenty of flair
- Columbia State Community College Summer Camps
- Nashville Children’s Theatre’s Drama School
- Williamson County Parks and Recreation
- Harpeth Hall Has It All! For Girls!
- Battle of Franklin Trust
- Deer Run
- Hardee’s reopens flagship restaurant in Franklin
- Tennessee History: A closer look at why state’s northern border is askew
- Berry Farms franchise adds to area’s Chick-fil-A landscape
- State Wrestling: Here are the WillCo wrestlers to watch weight-by-weight
- Americana Taphouse becomes ‘gateway’ to Franklin’s Main Street
- Christopher Hodges State Farm cuts ribbon in Cool Springs
- New marker recognizes area home’s role in history
- Section of Franklin water line exceeds federal limit due to circulation issues
- State Wrestling: 13 WillCo wrestlers reach Class AAA quarterfinals; 27 still battling
- Hoops: Page's Burrow proudly remembers grandad, a former Kentucky All-American