Details for Historic Zoning Commission Meeting Agenda May 11, 2020
City of Franklin
Historic Zoning Commission
May 11, 2020
Public notice is hereby given that the Historic Zoning Commission (HZC) will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, May 11, 2020, at 5:00 P.M. in the City Hall Board Room, 109 Third Avenue South, Franklin, Tennessee. The City will restrict physical access in the meeting room to a small number of staff members due to current limitations on public gatherings to prevent further spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of City of Franklin officials, staff, and citizens. Accommodations have been made to ensure that the public is still able to participate in the meeting. The public may participate in the following ways: • Watch the meeting on FranklinTV. • Watch the live stream through the City of Franklin Facebook and YouTube accounts. • Call 615-550-8420 to listen to the meeting. Callers will be unmuted and given an opportunity to ask questions and provide 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 to email@example.com to be read aloud during the meeting. Comments will be accepted up until one hour prior to the meeting. • Share your official comment with the agenda item number specified in the comment section of the Facebook or YouTube live videos.
If you have any questions prior to the meeting, please contact the Planning Department at 615-791-3212.
The purpose of the regular meeting will be to consider matters brought to the attention of the HZC and will include the following:
CALL TO ORDER
Consideration of Resolution 2020-55, “A Resolution Declaring That The Historic Zoning Commission Shall Meet On May 11, 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 April 13, 2020 Minutes.
VOTE TO PLACE NON-AGENDA ITEMS ON THE AGENDA
The non-agenda process, by design, is reserved for emergency instances. Non-agenda items shall be considered only upon the unanimous approval of all the HZC members.
CITIZEN COMMENTS ON ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA
Open for Franklin citizens to be heard on items not included on this Agenda. As provided by law, the HZC shall make no decisions or consideration of action of citizen comments, except to refer the matter to the Planning Director for administrative consideration, or to schedule the matter for HZC consideration at a later date.
CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS (COA) APPLICATIONS
1. Consideration of Alterations (Entrance) at 132 1st Ave. S.; Rhonda Maxey, Applicant.
2. Consideration of Alterations (Window Replacement, Porch) at 128 4th Ave. N.; Amanda McCreary, Applicant.
3. Consideration of Alterations (Window Placement) at 135 5th Ave. S.; Jeremy Clow, Applicant.
RECEIPT OF ADMINISTRATIVE COA APPROVALS ON BEHALF OF THE HZC
• Signage at 203 2nd Ave. S.; Matt Daniel, Applicant.
• Fencing at 1246 Adams St.; Joe Walker, Applicant.
• Fencing & HVAC Screening at 203 2nd Ave. S.; Matt Daniel, Applicant.
• Fencing at 209 2nd Ave. S.; Robbie & Tina Robison, Applicants.
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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