Details for City of Franklin Meeting Agenda Work Session Tuesday, July 14, 2020 5:00 PM Board Room
City of Franklin
109 3rd Ave S
Franklin, TN 37064
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 5:00 PM Board Room
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen Work Session 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 1-312-626-6799, Meeting ID: 915 7654 0162, Password: 429554. Callers will be unmuted and given an opportunity to comment 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 comments and questions prior to 4:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting to
email@example.com to be read aloud.
• City YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CityOfFranklin
CALL TO ORDER
MEETING PROCEDURE CHANGES
1. Consideration Of Resolution 2020-122, A Resolution Declaring That The Board Of Mayor And Aldermen Members Shall Meet On July 14, 2020 For Work Session 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
WORKSESSION DISCUSSION ITEMS
2. Development Activity Update FY20.
Sponsors: Tom Marsh, Alex Brown
3. *Consideration Of Ordinance 2020-17, An Ordinance To Rezone 93.32 Acres From Planned (PD) District To Planned (PD 12.7/1,156,378/315) District For The Property Located West Of Mallory Lane And North And South Of West McEwen Drive, Located Near 4015 Aspen Grove Drive (McEwen Place Town Center PUD). Establishing A Public Hearing For August 11, 2020. FIRST OF THREE READINGS
FMPC 6/25/20, 8-0
Sponsors: Emily Hunter, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Joseph Bryan
4. Consideration Of Resolution 2020-98, A Resolution Approving A Revised Development Plan For McEwen Place Town Center Pud Subdivision, With 1 Modification Of Standards For Consolidated Entrances For Multifamily Buildings, For The Property Located West Of Mallory Lane And North And South Of West McEwen Drive, Located Near 4015 Aspen Grove Drive. Establishing A Public Hearing For August 11, 2020.
FMPC 6/25/20, 8-0-MOS #1, 8-0
Sponsors: Emily Hunter, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Joseph Bryan
5. Consideration Of COF Contract No. 2020-0144, Parkland Impact Fee Agreement Between The City of Franklin And NR McEwen Property Owner LLC For The Property Known As McEwen Place Town Center.
Sponsors: Mark Hilty, Lisa Clayton, Alyssa Dillon
6. *Consideration Of Resolution 2020-117, A Resolution Allowing For The Temporary Suspension Of Penalties For Delinquent Water, Sewer, Reclaimed Water, Stormwater And Sanitation Collection Services from the Date of the Expiration of Mayor Moore’s Executive Orders Through September 30, 2020.
Sponsors: Kristine Brock, Lawrence Sullivan
7. *Consideration Of COF Contract No. 2020-0124, A Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 2020-0124) With Kimley-Horn And Associates, Inc. For The Harlinsdale Main Barn At A Lump Sum Cost of $255,000.00.
Sponsors: Paul Holzen, Lisa Clayton, Jonathan Marston, Shahad Abdulrahman
8. *Consideration Of COF Contract No. 2020-0081, Fieldstone Farms Sidewalk Improvements Agreement, With The Fieldstone Farms Homeowner’S Association, Inc. For Sidewalk Improvements Along Lexington Parkway And Fieldstone Parkway.
Sponsors: Eric Stuckey, Paul Holzen
9. *Consideration Of Resolution 2020-31, A Resolution Awarding The Construction Contract (COF 2020-0080) For The Battle Avenue Drainage Improvements Project To Mid TN Constructors, Inc. In The Amount of $588,053.74 And Approval Of Change Order 1 Reducing The Project Cost To $262,035.94.
Sponsors: Paul Holzen
10. *Consideration of COF Contract No. 2020-0180, An Interlocal Agreement Between The City Of Franklin, Tennessee And Williamson County, Tennessee Concerning The Design, Construction, And Operation Of A Gravity Sanitary Sewer To Serve The New Williamson County Animal Care Center. Sponsors: Eric Stuckey, Vernon Gerth
11. *Consideration Of Amendment 1 To COF Contract No. 2014-0305, An Interlocal Agreement Between The City Of Franklin, Tennessee, And Marshall County, Tennessee.
Sponsors: Jack Tucker Board of Mayor & Alderman Meeting Agenda July 14, 2020
12. *Consideration to Grant Sanitary Sewer Availability for Franklin Christian Church at Clovercroft Road and John Williams Road (Map 079, Parcel 05505).
Sponsors: Michelle Hatcher
13. *Consideration Of A Supplement To COF Contract No. 2020-0184, Midwest Employers Fraud Warning Supplement Required With City’s Surety Bond Issuance From Midwest Employers Casualty Company. Sponsors: Kevin Townsel, Sara Sylvis
14. Consideration Of Resolution 2020-114, A Resolution To Approve A Mural At 509 Hillsboro Road. Sponsors: Monique McCullough
Anyone needing accommodations due to disabilities please contact the ADA Coordinator at 615-791-3277 at least 24 hours prior to
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