Details for PUBLIC NOTICE:




June 10, 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, June 10, 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:


Call to order.

Minutes:  May 13, 2019.

Staff Announcements.

Consideration of Requests to place non-agenda emergency items on the agenda.


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.


Consent Agenda.

The items under the consent agenda are deemed by the commission to be routine in nature and will be approved by one motion adopting the staff comments as part of the approval. The items on the consent agenda will not be discussed. Any member of the commission or the public desiring to discuss an item on the consent agenda may request that it be removed and placed on the regular agenda. It will then be considered in its printed order. Staff recommends that item 7 be placed on the consent agenda.


Consideration of Addition (Entry Canopy) at 230 Franklin Rd., Bldg. 8; Don Burke, Applicant.

Consideration of Alterations (Chimneys) at 1315 Adams St.; Kate Reynolds, Applicant. 

Consideration of Signage at Harpeth Square PUD Subdivision, located between 1st Ave. N. and 2nd Ave. N. and between E. Main St. and Bridge St.; Laura McCoy, Applicant.

Consideration of Demolition at 101/103 & 105 Lewisburg Ave.; Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, Applicant.

Consideration of Relocation (Accessory) at 101/103 & 105 Lewisburg Ave.; Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, Applicant.

Consideration of New Construction (Principal & Accessory) at 213 9th Ave. S.; Preston Shea, Applicant.

Consideration of Addition (Upper-Story & Carport) at 227 4th Ave. S.; Jennifer Bagwell, Applicant.

Consideration of Additions (Principal) & Alterations (Windows) at 215 Franklin Rd.; 906 Studio Architects, Applicant.

Consideration of Historic Preservation Buffer Reduction for Proposed Southbrooke PUD Subdivision, located at Lewisburg Pk. (Parcel 117-01901); Greg Gamble, Applicant.

Non-agenda emergency items accepted by the commission for consideration.



Items Approved by the Preservation Planner on Behalf of the Historic Zoning Commission, pursuant to the Historic District Design Guidelines

1st COA extension for Addition & Alterations (Screened Porch Enclosure) at 219 3rd Ave. S.; Kevin Coffey, Applicant.

1st COA extension for New Construction at W. Fowlkes St. (Carter House Visitors Center).; Baird Dixon, Applicant.

Signage at 104 S. Margin St.; Robert “Scott” Kitchen, Applicant.


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