Details for City of Franklin Meeting Agenda Board of Mayor & Aldermen Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:00 PM Board Room

City of Franklin

Meeting Agenda

Board of Mayor & Aldermen

109 3rd Ave S

Franklin, TN 37064

(615) 791‐3217

Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:00 PM Board Room

 

The Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting will limit physical access in the meeting room due to current limitations on public gatherings. 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 in to the conference meeting 1-615-550-8420. Callers will be unmuted and given an opportunity to ask questions and make comments during the meeting at specific times. • Limited viewing will be available in the lobby of City Hall to watch the live video. • The public may email questions or comments prior to the start of the meeting to recorder@franklintn.gov to be read aloud. 

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• City website: https://www.franklintn.gov/franklin-tv

 

CALL TO ORDER

INVOCATION

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

MEETING PROCEDURE CHANGES

1. Consideration Of Resolution 2020-72, A Resolution Declaring That The Board Of Mayor And Aldermen Shall Meet On May 26, 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.

Sponsors: Shauna Billingsley

 

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 Alderman 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 A Schedule The Matter For Board Consideration At A Later Date. Those Citizens Addressing The Board Of Mayor And Alderman Are Requested To Come To The Microphone And Identify Themselves By Name And Address For The Official Board.)

 

COMMUNICATIONS

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

2. Consideration Of Approval Of Minutes:

May 12, 2020 5:00 p.m. Work Session

May 12, 2020 7:00 p.m. Board of Mayor and Aldermen

 

RECOGNITIONS

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 12-24 Be Placed On The Consent Agenda.

3. Consideration Of Items 12-24 On The Consent Agenda.

 

NEW BUSINESS

4. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Resolution 2020‐24, A Resolution Initiating The Annexation Process And Draft Plan Of Services For The Annexation Of 2208 Crossway Drive And 1190 Lewisburg Pike. WS 4/28/20

Sponsors: Emily Hunter, Amy Diaz‐Barriga, Joseph Bryan

 

5. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Resolution 2020‐28, A Resolution Initiating The Annexation By Referendum Process And Draft Plan Of Services For The Annexation Of 4478, 4482, 4484, 4501, 4511, 4540 Peytonsville Road, 4339 Long Lane, 4460 Pratt Lane, And 4431 Dyke Bennett Road. WS 4/28/20

Sponsors: Emily Hunter, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Joseph Bryan

 

6. Consideration Of Ordinance 2020-13, An Ordinance To Amend The Budget Of The City Of Franklin For Fiscal Year 2019-2020; Establishing A Public Hearing Date Of June 9, 2020. FIRST OF THREE READINGS Finance 5/14/20, 4-0

Sponsors: Eric Stuckey, Michael Walters Young

 

7. Consideration Of Ordinance 2020-14, An Ordinance Of The City Of Franklin, Tennessee Adopting A Budget For The Fiscal Year 2020-2021, Providing And Effective Date; Establishing A Public Hearing Date Of June 9, 2020. FIRST OF THREE READINGS

Finance 5/14/20, 4-0 Sponsors: Eric Stuckey

 

8. Consideration Of Ordinance 2020-15, An Ordinance Of The City Of Franklin, Tennessee Establishing The Municipal Property Tax Levy Or Fiscal Year 2020‐2021, Providing An Effective Date; Establishing A Public Hearing Date Of June 9, 2020. FIRST OF THREE READINGS Finance 5/14/20, 4-0 

Sponsors: Eric Stuckey

 

9. *Consideration Of Ordinance 2020-12, An Ordinance To Amend Appendix A, Comprehensive Fees And Penalties, Chapter 18, Water And Sewers For Updating Water And Sanitary Sewer User Rates 2021 And 2022; Establishing A Public Hearing Date Of June 9, 2020. FIRST OF THREE READINGS

Sponsors: Michelle Hatcher

 

10. Consideration Of Resolution 2020-64, A Resolution For The City Of Franklin Employees’ Pension Plan, Providing A Cost Of Living Adjustment To The Monthly Benefit For Retired Recipients, Effective July 2020. Finance 5/14/20, 4-0

Sponsors: Kristine Brock, Kevin Townsel

 

11. *Consideration Of Amendment 6 To TDOT Agreement No. 110291 (COF Contract No. 2011-0129) For The Franklin ITS Extension (PIN 116144.00) And The Adaptive Signal Control Technology (PIN 116144.01) Projects For A Time Extension of 18 Months.

Sponsors: Paul Holzen, Jonathan Marston, Adam Moser

 

ALL OTHER CONSENT ITEMS

12. Consideration Of Ordinance 2020-05, An Ordinance To Zone 5.88 Acres Neighborhood Commercial (NC) District, And To Zone 55.49 Acres Civic-Institutional (CI) District, For The Property Located West Of Lewisburg Pike And North Of Henpeck Lane, At 1268 Lewisburg Pike, 2380; 2390 Henpeck Lane. THIRD AND FINAL READING

FMPC 3/26/20, 9-0 WS 4/14/20

BOMA 4/14/20, 8-0; 5/12/20, 7-0

Sponsors: Emily Hunter, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Joseph Bryan

 

13. Consideration Of Ordinance 2020-03, An Ordinance To Amend Title 25, Chapter 4 Of The Franklin Municipal Code Known As Requirements For Parkland Impact Fees And Parkland Dedication. SECOND AND FINAL READING

WS 4/28/20 BOMA 5/12/20, 8-0

Sponsors: Vernon Gerth, Lisa Clayton, Alyssa Dillon

 

14. Consideration Of Ordinance 2020-04, An Ordinance To Amend Appendix A, Comprehensive Fees And Penalties Of The Franklin Municipal Code, Chapter 25. Parks. SECOND AND FINAL READING WS 4/28/20 BOMA 5/12/20, 8-0

Sponsors: Vernon Gerth, Lisa Clayton, Alyssa Dillon

 

15. Consideration Of Ordinance 2020‐06, An Ordinance To Amend Title 16, Chapter 6 Of The City Of Franklin Municipal Code To Video, Film, And Photography Production Permit And To Amend Appendix A, Chapter 16 Of The City Of Franklin Municipal Code. FIRST OF TWO READINGS WS 4/28/20; 5/12/20

Sponsors: Milissa Reierson, Monique McCullough, Holland Schellhase

 

16. Consideration Of Ordinance 2020-07, An Ordinance To Amend Title 18, Chapter 2 Of The Franklin Municipal Code For The Purpose Of Providing For Winter Pricing For Sanitary Sewer. SECOND AND FINAL READING BOMA 5/12/20, 8-0

Sponsors: Michelle Hatcher

 

17. Consideration Of Resolution 2020-20, A Resolution To Annex 1268 Lewisburg Pike, 2380 And 2390 Henpeck Lane, Consisting Of 61.37 Acres, Property Located West Of Lewisburg Pike And North Of Henpeck Lane And Within The Southern Part Of The Franklin Urban Growth Boundary (UGB). THIRD AND FINAL READING

FMPC 3/26/20, 9-0 WS 4/14/20

BOMA 4/14/20, 8-0; 5/12/20, 7-0

Sponsors: Emily Hunter, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Joseph Bryan

 

18. Consideration Of Resolution 2020-30, A Resolution Declaring The City‐Owned Real Property Located At The Corner Of 427 Granbury Street And 409 Natchez Street To Be Surplus Real Property, Abandoning Such Property, Declaring A Public Purpose For The Property, And Establishing A Public Process By Which To Select The New Owner.

WS 5/12/20 Sponsors: Tom Marsh, Kathleen Sauseda

 

19. Consideration Of Resolution 2020-65, A Resolution Authorizing The Drafting Of An Inter-local Agreement With Williamson County Government To Solidify The City Of Franklin Board Of Mayor And Aldermen Contributing Up To 1.3 Million Dollars Of County Facilities Tax Toward The Installation Of A Gravity Sanitary Sewer In Conjunction With The Development Of The New Williamson County Animal Center That Includes Williamson County Government Contributing $ 500,000 In Addition To Designing

And Constructing The Gravity Sewer And Contributing An Additional $ 250,000 Toward The Future Improvement Of Carlisle Lane. WS 5/12/20

Sponsors: Vernon Gerth

 

20. Consideration Of Resolution 2020‐68, A Resolution To Amend City Of Franklin Alternative Payments Policy.

Finance 5/14/20, 4-0

Sponsors: Kristine Brock, Mike Lowe, Lawrence Sullivan

 

21. Consideration Of Amendment 4 To COF Contract No. 2017-0007, A Professional Services Agreement With Barge Design Solutions, Inc. For The Design Of Intersection Improvements At East McEwen Drive And Cool Springs Boulevard For A Cost Increase Of $10,255.11. CIC 4/23/20, 4-0

Sponsors: Paul Holzen, Jonathan Marston, David Hodnett

 

22. Consideration Of Amendment 1 To COF Contract No. 2018-0155 Parkland Impact Fee And Mountain Bike trail System Construction And Maintenance Agreement Between The City of Franklin And Gateway Mosby Cool Springs, LLC.

WS 5/12/20

Sponsors: Mark Hilty, Lisa Clayton, Alyssa Dillon

 

23. Consideration Of COF Contract No. 2020-0054, Lease Agreement Between The City Of Franklin And The Tennessee Recreation And Parks Association.

WS 5/12/20 Sponsors: Mark Hilty, Lisa Clayton, Alyssa Dillon

 

24. Consideration Of COF Contract No. 2020-0110, A Professional Services Agreement With CT Consultants, Inc. For Limited Construction Engineering And Administration Services On The Franklin Road Corridor Improvements (Streetscape) Project In A Not-to-Exceed Amount Of $233,675.00. CIC 4/23/20, 4-0

Sponsors: Paul Holzen, Jonathan Marston, William Banks

 

RECEIPT OF REPORTS AND ITEMS APPROVED ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

25. COF Contract No. 2019-0138 With Identity Automation Software Subscription.

Sponsors: Jason Potts

 

26. COF Contract No. 2019-0382 An Agreement To Share Water Consumption And Disconnection Of Service With Berry’S Chapel Utility, Inc.

Sponsors: Kristine Brock, Lawrence Sullivan

 

27. COF Contract No. 2020-0001 For Lowering AT&T On 1 MTEMC Owned Pole At Lula Lane And Incinerator Road.

Sponsors: Jason Potts

 

28. COF Contract No. 2020-0079, A Professional Services Agreement With CT Consultants, Inc. For Design Services On The Main St. Sidewalk Repair Project.

Sponsors: Paul Holzen, Jonathan Marston, William Banks

 

29. COF Contract No. 2020-0104 Work Order Agreement With Infor Inc. For Software Related Services In The Amount Of $9,970.

Sponsors: Kristine Brock, Jason Potts

 

30. COF Contract No. 2020-0109 With EMS Technology Solutions For Operative IQ Software. WS 5/12/20

Sponsors: Rocky Garzarek, Glenn Johnson

 

31. Recently Exercised Options To Extend The Terms Of Award For Certain Procurements (COF Contract No. 2016-0017 (CareHere, LLC), 2016-0312 (Monitoring & Management Services, LLC), 2019-0077 (Best Cleaners Of Columbia LLC, D/B/A New Brand Cleaners), 2017‐0331 (Franklin Disposal LLC), 2012-0023

(Bi-County Solid Waste Management System), 2017-0088 (Pinnacle Bank)).

Sponsors: Kristine Brock, Brian Wilcox, Suzanne Ward

 

32. First Quarter 2020 Wastewater Collection System Activities Summary.

Sponsors: Michelle Hatcher

 

33. Executive Order 2020-11 Dated April 24, 2020 - State Of Emergency COVID 19.

Sponsors: Mayor Ken Moore

34. Executive Order 2020-12 Dated May 1, 2020 - State Of Emergency COVID 19.

Sponsors: Mayor Ken Moore

35. Executive Order 2020-13 Dated May 8, 2020 - State Of Emergency COVID 19.

Sponsors: Mayor Ken Moore

36. Executive Order 2020-14 Dated May 15, 2020 - State Of Emergency COVID 19.

Sponsors: Mayor Ken Moore

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

37. Motion To Recess Into Executive Session

 

RETURN FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION

38. Actions From Executive Session

 

SCHEDULED MEETINGS & EVENTS

Board of Mayor & Alderman Meeting Agenda May 26, 2020

May 28 4:00 p.m. Capital Investment Committee

May 28 5:30 p.m. FMPC & BOMA Joint Workshop

May 28 7:00 p.m. Franklin Planning Commission

June 2 2:00 p.m. Franklin Public Arts Commission

June 4 8:00 a.m. Housing Commission

June 4 6:00 p.m. Board of Zoning Appeals Commission

June 5 8:00 a.m. Sustainability Commission

June 8 5:00 p.m. Historic Zoning Commission

June 9 4:30 p.m. Beer Board

June 9 5:00 p.m. BOMA Work Session

June 9 7:00 p.m. Board of Mayor and Aldermen

 

OTHER BUSINESS

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