Details for City of Franklin Board of Mayor & Aldermen Tuesday, November 26, 2019

City of Franklin

109 3rd Ave S 

Franklin, TN 37064 

(615)791‑3217

Meeting Agenda

Board of Mayor & Aldermen

Board Room

Tuesday, November 26, 2019 7:00 PM

Call to Order

Invocation Pledge of Allegiance 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.) Communications

Approval Of Minutes.

1. 19‑1218 Consideration of Approval of Minutes:

November 12, 2019 5:00 p.m. Work Session

November 12, 2019 5:00 p.m. Board of Mayor and Alderman

Recognitions

2. 19‑1233 Proclamation to honor Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Miscellaneous Reports

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 11‑27 Be Placed On The Consent 

Agenda.

3. 19‑1164 Consideration of items 11‑27 on the Consent Agenda

OLD BUSINESS

4. 19‑1096 PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Ordinance 2019‑37: An Ordinance 

To Adopt A New Zoning Ordinance And Map Of The City Of Franklin, 

Tennessee. (FMPC 10/24/19, 9‑0; WS 11/12/19; BOMA 11/12/19, 8‑0) 

SECOND OF THREE READINGS

Sponsors:Emily Hunter

5. 19‑0936 *PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Ordinance 2019‑38, An Ordinance 

Amending Title 14, Chapter 2 Of The Franklin Municipal Code To Change 

The Adoption Date Of The Pending Franklin Zoning Ordinance. (WS 

11/26/19)

Sponsors:Emily Hunter

NEW BUSINESS

6.19‑1094 Consideration of Resolution 2019‑110, A Resolution to Initiate an 

Application for a Revision to the McKays Mill PUD Development Plan on 

behalf of Ali Hemyari/Nashville K‑9. (WS 11/12/19)

Sponsors:Ald. Beverly Burger

7.19‑1211 *Consideration of a Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 

2019‑0313) with Windrow Phillips Group, to provide lobbying and advisory 

services on behalf of the City of Franklin.

Sponsors:Shauna Billingsley

8. 19‑1187 *Consideration of Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 

2019‑0337) with ECS Southeast, LLP for Construction Engineering, 

Testing, and Inspection Services for the Municipal Services Complex 

Improvements in an Amount Not‑to‑Exceed $40,810.00.

Sponsors:Engineering

9. 19‑1208 Consideration of Mayor’s Re‑appointment of Kelly Harwood and Gary 

Vogrin to the Franklin Public Arts Commission.

Sponsors:Dr. Ken Moore

10. 19‑1230Consideration of Appointment of Jeff Fleishour to the Board of Zoning 

Appeals.

Sponsors:Emily Hunter

All Other Consent Items

11. 19‑0926Consideration of Ordinance 2019‑36, 1st Quarter Budget Amendment. 

(Finance 9/12/19, 3‑0; BOMA 10/8/19, 8‑0; 11/12/19, 8‑0) THIRD AND 

FINAL READING

Sponsors:Kristine Brock and Michael Walters Young

12. 19‑0982Consideration of Ordinance 2019‑31: An Ordinance to Prohibit On‑Street 

Parking Along Both Sides of the Entire Length of Benelli Park Court. (WS 

10/8/19; BOMA 11/12/19, 8‑0) SECOND AND FINAL READING

Sponsors:Engineering

13. 19‑0830Consideration of Ordinance 2019‑32, An Ordinance to Amend Title 8, 

Chapter 1 ‑ Alcoholic Beverages, of the Franklin Municipal Code for the 

Purpose of Incorporating Tennessee Alcohol and Beverage Commission 

(TABC) Changes and Other General Housekeeping. (WS 10/8/19; BOMA 

11/12/19, 8‑0) SECOND AND FINAL READING

Sponsors:Lanaii Benne and Angie Johnson

14. 19‑1127 Consideration of an Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services 

Agreement (COF Contract No. 2018‑0143) with CDM Smith, For the 

Water Reclamation Facility Upgrades Project Construction Services For 

An Increased Cost of $39,600. (10/24/19 CIC 4‑0)

Sponsors:Michelle Hatcher and Brian Goodwin

15. 19‑0983Consideration of Ordinance 2019‑42: An Ordinance to Reduce the Speed 

Limit on Natchez Street, from West Main Street to 9th Avenue South, to 

Twenty‑Five Miles Per Hour (25 MPH). (WS 10/8/19; BOMA 11/12/19, 

8‑0) SECOND AND FINAL READING

Sponsors:Engineering

16. 19‑0865Consideration of Resolution 2019‑120, A Resolution In Support Of A 911 

Surcharge Rate Restoration And Requesting Support Of The Tennessee 

General Assembly. (WS 11/12/19)

Sponsors:Eric Stuckey

17. 19‑1041Consideration of Resolution 2019‑58, A Resolution To Increase The Hourly 

Rate For Extra‑Duty Police Officers And To Authorize Use Of Patrol Cars 

For Extra‑Duty Work When Requested Or For Special Events. (WS 

11/12/19)

Sponsors:Deb Faulkner

18. 19‑1108Consideration of Resolution No. 2019‑112, A Resolution to Authorize Staff 

To Enter Into Contract Negotiations With Selected Consulting Firms For 

Professional Design And Consulting Services For Parks Projects For The 

Parks Department. (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 

2020‑008) (WS 11/12/19)

Sponsors:Lisa Clayton

19. 19‑1184Consideration of Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Services 

Agreement (COF Contract No. 2018‑0062) with Alfred Benesch & 

Company for the Design of Intersection Improvements at the McEwen 

Drive Interchange with I‑65 for a Cost Increase Not‑to‑Exceed $14,345.00 

(CIC 10/24/19, 4‑0)

Sponsors:Engineering

20. 19‑1185Consideration of a Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 

2019‑0317) with Alfred Benesch & Company for the Final Design of the 

Multi‑Use Trail & Bridge at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm in an Amount 

Not‑to‑Exceed $398,268.00 (CIC 10/24/19, 4‑0)

Sponsors:Engineering

21. 19‑1206Consideration of a Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 

2019‑0321) with KCI Technologies, Inc. for the Cool Springs Area 

Transportation Network Study in a Lump Sum Amount of $290,100.00 (CIC 

10/24/19, 4‑0)

Sponsors:Engineering

22.19‑1207Consideration of a Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 

2019‑0318) with CDM Smith for the Final Design of Jordan Road 

Improvements in a Lump Sum Amount of $120,000.00. (CIC 10/24/19, 4‑0)

Sponsors:Engineering

23. 19‑0932Consideration of Change Order No. 2 to the Construction Contract (COF 

Contract No. 2017‑0264) with Kiewit Infrastructure South, Co., for the 

Water Reclamation Facility Modifications and Expansion Project for a Cost 

Decrease of $6,480.00 (10/24/19 CIC 4‑0)

Sponsors:Michelle Hatcher and Brian Goodwin

24. 19‑1026Consideration of Tennessee 1033 Law Enforcement Support Office 

(LESO) Program That Provides New, Unissued And Surplus Equipment 

And Materials To Participants At No Charge (COF Contract No. 

2019‑0308) (WS 11/12/19) .

Sponsors:Deb Faulkner

25. 19‑1110Consideration Of Procurement Award To Polydyne, Inc. Of Riceboro, 

Georgia In The Total Amount Of $1.260 Per Pound Of Bid Chemical 

Product And The Estimated Amount Of $11.97 Per Ton Of Dewatered 

Sludge For Supply And Delivery Of Sludge Polymer For Wastewater 

Sludge Dewatering For A Term Of Award For The Water Reclamation 

Division Of The Water Management Department. (Purchasing Office 

Procurement Solicitation No. 2020‑007; Contract No. 2019‑0314) (WS 

11/12/19)

Sponsors:Michelle Hatcher and Brian Goodwin

26. 19‑1113Consideration Of Procurement Award To 360 Network Solutions Of 

Marietta, Georgia, In The Total Amount Of $38,391.93 For Access Security 

Components For Traffic Signals And Intelligent Transportation System For 

The Traffic Operations Division Of The Engineering Department 

(Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No. 2020‑014; $50,000 

Budgeted In 110‑89530‑41610 For Fiscal Year 2020; Contract No. 

2019‑0316) (WS 11/12/19)

Sponsors:Paul Holzen

27. 19‑1158Consideration of Event Permit for Christmas Parade sponsored by the 

Kiwanis Club of Franklin on December 7, 2019 in Downtown Franklin. 

(WS 11/12/19)

Sponsors:Deb Faulkner

RECEIPT OF REPORTS AND ITEMS APPROVED ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

28. 19‑1171Recently exercised options to extend the terms of award for certain 

procurements (Contract Nos. 2017‑0088 (Pinnacle Bank), 2016‑0017 

(CareHere, LLC), 2016‑0112 (Aetna Life Insurance Company), 2016‑0113 

(Aetna Life Insurance Company), 2015‑0091 (Public Risk Insurors), 

2015‑0106 (Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada), 2015‑0362 

(American Development Corp.), 2015‑0361 (American Development 

Corp.), 2016‑0101 (American Development Corporation), 2015‑0363 

(Brenntag Mid‑South, Inc.), 2016‑0102 (Brenntag Mid‑South, Inc.), 

2016‑0012 (Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC)), 2015‑0035 

(Hach Company))

Sponsors:Kristine Brock and Brian Wilcox

29. 19‑1212Filing of the State of Tennessee Forms CT‑0253 Related to the City of 

Franklin Series 2019C (COF Contract No. 2019‑0351) and Series 2019D 

(COF Contract No. 2019‑0352) General Obligation Refunding Bonds (RES 

2019‑87).

Sponsors:Eric Stuckey and Kristine Brock

EXECUTIVE SESSION

30. 19‑1166Motion to move into Executive Session

RETURN FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION

31. 19‑1167Actions from Executive Session

Scheduled Meetings and Events

November 28‑29 CITY OFFICES CLOSED in observance of Thanksgiving

December 4 6:00 p.m. Special BOMA Meeting

December 5 6:00 p.m. Board of Zoning Appeals

December 9 5:00 p.m. Historic Zoning Commission

December 10 4:30 p.m. Beer Board

December 10 5:00 p.m. BOMA Work Session

December 10 7:00 p.m. Board of Mayor and Aldermen

Other Business

Adjourn

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