Details for Board of Mayor & Alderman and Franklin Municipal Planning Commission
City of Franklin
Board of Mayor & Alderman and
Franklin Municipal Planning Commission
Thursday, April 23, 2020 5:30 PM
City Hall Training Room
109 3rd Ave S
Franklin, TN 37064
Notice is hereby given that a joint, non-voting workshop of the Board of Mayor and Alderman and the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission will be held on the date, time and in the location stated above. Additional information can be found at www.franklintn.gov/planning. For accommodations due to disabilities, contact the
Human Resource Department at 791-3216, at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
The typical process for discussing an item in this workshop setting is as follows:
1. Applicant / staff presentation, and
2. BOMA and FMPC comments
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen and Franklin Municipal Planning Commission Joint Workshop will limit physical access in the meeting room due to current limitations on public gatherings to prevent further spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the City of Franklin officials, staff, and citizens. The purpose of this meeting will be to conduct a project review workshop. No decisions on applications will be made at this meeting. Accommodations have been made to ensure that the public is able to participate in the meeting. The public may participate in the following ways:
• Watch the meeting on FranklinTV or the City of Franklin website.
• Watch the live stream through the City of Franklin
Facebook and YouTube accounts.
• Call 615-550-8420 to listen to the meeting or voice a comment during
a specific public comment period.
• The public may email comments to email@example.com to
be read aloud during the meeting. Emailed comments will be accepted until 1 hour prior to the meeting.
• Limited viewing will be available in the lobby of City Hall to watch the live video.
CALL TO ORDER
1. Consideration Of Resolution 2020-41, A Resolution Declaring That The
Franklin Municipal Planning Commission And Board Of Mayor And Aldermen
Shall Meet On April 23, 2020, And Conduct Its Essential Business By
Electronic Means Rather Than Being Required To Gather A Quorum Of The
Members Physically Present In The Same Location Because It Is Necessary
To Protect The Health, Safety, And Welfare Of Tennesseans In The Light Of
The COVID-19 Outbreak.
Sponsors: Emily Hunter, Amy Diaz-Barriga
Board of Mayor & Alderman Meeting Agenda April 23, 2020
2. (5:30 - 6:00 pm) Discussion of a Development Plan proposing 995,084
square feet of commercial uses (including 605 hotel keys), 530,000
square feet of existing office use, and 1,624 multifamily and townhouse
dwelling units, on 49.93 acres, located near the intersection of Carothers
Parkway and Mayfield Drive (Eastworks PUD).
3. (6:00 - 6:30 pm) Discussion of a Development Plan proposing 5,500
square feet of commercial uses, 7,900 square feet of restaurant uses, 4,420
square feet of office uses, and 245 multifamily dwelling units, on 21.24
acres, located at the intersection of South Royal Oaks Boulevard and Oak
Meadow Drive (Vintage at Watson Glen PUD).
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