Details for City of Franklin Civil War Historical Commission Meeting Agenda May 14, 2020
City of Franklin
Civil War Historical Commission
May 14, 2020
Public notice is hereby given that the Civil War Historical Commission will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, May 14, 2020, at 8:00 A.M. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this meeting will be a virtual meeting. The public may call 615-550-8420 to listen to the meeting and make comments during any public comment period. The public may also 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. The meeting video will be available for public viewing 24 hours following the meeting on the City of Franklin Facebook and YouTube accounts.
CALL TO ORDER
Consideration of Resolution 2020-63, “A Resolution Declaring That The Civil War Historical Commission Shall Meet On May 14, 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 Light Of The COVID-19 Outbreak”
Approval of the March 12, 2020 Minutes.
1. Discussion of Potential Memorandum of Understanding between Save the Franklin Battlefield and the City of Franklin Parks Department Regarding Historic Cemeteries Restoration.
2. Subcommittee Progress Reports.
3. Consideration of Federal Line Marker Subcommittee Members.
4. Parks Department Updates.
5. Organizations Announcements.
Anyone requesting accommodations due to disabilities should contact the Human Resources Department at (615) 791-3216, at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
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