Details for PUBLIC NOTICE: HISTORIC ZONING COMMISSION November 11, 2019, 5:00 P.M.
AGENDA FOR REGULAR MEETING
CITY OF FRANKLIN
HISTORIC ZONING COMMISSION
November 11, 2019, 5:00 P.M.
Notice is hereby given that a regular meeting of the Franklin Historic Zoning Commission will be held at City Hall in the Board Room at 109 Third Avenue South, on Monday, November 11, 2019, at 5:00 P.M. For accommodations, due to disabilities, contact the Human Resources Department at 615-791-3216 at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
The purpose of the regular meeting will be to consider matters brought to the attention of the Historic Zoning Commission and will include the following items:
1.Call to order.
2.Minutes:October 14, 2019.
3.Consideration of 2020 Historic Zoning Commission and Design Review Committee Meeting Dates & Application/Notification Deadlines.
5.Consideration of Requests to place non-agenda emergency items on the agenda.
6.Citizens 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 Historic Zoning Commission 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 Historic Zoning Commission consideration at a later date.
7.Consideration of Rear Addition at 109 Everbright Ave.; Hunter & Carma Daniel, Applicants.
8.Consideration of Alterations (Site Features: Trellis) at 214 3rd Ave. S.; Michael Hoff, Applicant.
9.Consideration of Additions & Alterations (Masonry, New Window Openings) at 906 Fair St.; Michael & Sarah Hathaway, Applicants.
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