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Town Council Meeting

The monthly Town Council Meeting is scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month.The public is welcomed to attended the meeting or watch it on Smyrna TV (Comcast Channel 3 or U-verse Channel 99).

Note: The May Town Council Meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 16th at 5:00pm.

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SMYRNA TOWN COUNCIL MEETING

TO BE PLACED UNDER SMYRNA TOWN COUNCIL CITIZEN COMMENTS, AN INDIVIDUAL MUST:

  • CALL THE TOWN MANAGER’S OFFICE BEFORE 4:30 P.M. ON THE THURSDAY BEFORE THE COUNCIL MEETING AND REQUEST TO BE PLACED UNDER CITIZEN COMMENTS;
  • PROVIDE HIS OR HER NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER; AND
  • STATE THE PURPOSE OF ADDRESSING THE COUNCIL.

SPEAKERS ARE LIMITED TO THREE (3) MINUTES.  ADDITIONAL COMMENTS MAY BE  SUBMITTED IN WRITING.
May 16, 2017
5:00 p.m.
SMYRNA TOWN HALL
        
CITIZEN COMMENTS

  • Alfonso Llamas, 5973 Lee Road – “Flooding on Lee Road”
  • Sandra Meyerson, 610 Pointe Clear Drive – “Proposed Apartments and Senior Living off Rock Springs Road”
  • Ronnie Hassell, 103 Moorhill Avenue – “Proposed Apartments and Senior Living off Rock Springs Road”
  • Angel Torres, 605 Pointe Clear Drive – “Proposed Apartments and Senior Living off Rock Springs Road”
  • Lisa Reeder, 606 Pointe Clear Drive – “Proposed New Development on Rock Springs and Flooding Concerns”
  • Mona Slaughter, 702 Pointe Clear Drive – “Proposed New Development on Rock Springs Road”

MEETING AGENDA

1.    Call to Order.      
       Prayer:  Kevin Arnold, Police Chief     
       Pledge of Allegiance: Bill Culbertson, Fire Chief  
    
2.    Roll Call.

3.    Approval or Correction of Minutes of April 10-11, April 11,  and April 27, 2017 meetings.
                                                        
4.    Correspondence/Communications.        
                                
5.    Awards and Recognitions.

  • Proclamation –  Friends of Smyrna Library and Linebaugh Library Foundation
  • Certificate of Appreciation – SOAC Mural Artists

6.    Consent Agenda:

    Note:  Consent Agenda items will be those items determined by the Town Manager to be routine matters not necessitating discussion.  All Consent Agenda items may be voted upon simultaneously pursuant to a single motion.  There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the Town Council requests that discussion be held, in which case the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately.  Following passage of the remaining Consent Agenda items, discussion of any items removed from the Consent Agenda shall be held and separate motions and votes shall be taken for each of the items removed.

a.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a renewal contract with Bush Construction relative to installation of gas mains and services.

b.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, contracts with the following for Water and Waste Water Treatment Plant chemicals:
        WTP
           i. Carmeuse – Calcium Oxide
          ii. ADC – Calcium Thiosulfate and Sodium Permanganate
         iii. Hawkins – Citric Acid and Sodium Hypochlorite
         iv. ChemTrade – Polyaluminum Hydroxychloride
          v. Univar – Sodium Carbonate
     WWTP
          i. NichChem – Liquid Aluminum Sulfate
         ii. SNF Polydyne – Emulsion Polymer

c.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, renewal contracts with the following relative to Water Treatment Plant chemicals:
        i.  Nexair – Carbon Dioxide
        ii.  ADC – Potassium Permanganate and Sodium OrthoPolyPhosphate
       iii. Dycho – Hydrofluorosilicic Acid, Hydrogen Peroxide, and Sodium Hydroxide
       iv. SNF Polydyne – Polymer Clarifloc
        v. Calgon Caron Corp. – Powder Activated Carbon
       vi. Univar – Sodium Chloride

d.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, renewal contracts with IM&E for mechanical work and Beltline Electric Company for electrical work for Water and Waste Water Treatment Plants.

e.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a renewal contract with J&B Tanker Inc. relative to lime sludge removal at Water Treatment Plant.

f.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a renewal contract with Dan Weaver Service relative to water leak survey.

g.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with Arts Build Communities (ABC) Designated Agency, GNRC relative to grant to Town of Smyrna Arts Commission.

h.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a renewal contract with Galls Incorporated relative to Police Department uniforms.

i.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with North Alabama Fire Equipment Company (N.A.F.E.C.O.) relative to Fire Department turnout gear (boots, coats, pants, suspenders and hoods).

j.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with Safe Industries relative to Fire Department turnout gear (gloves and helmets).

k.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with Cumberland International relative to Fire Department apparatus servicing.

l.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a proposal with Gresham Smith and Partners relative to Downtown Hydrologic & Hydraulic Study Supplemental Services.

m.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a performance agreement with Missy Garnett relative to June Summer Music series.

n.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, renewal contracts with Thompson Machinery and Neff Rental relative to heavy equipment rental for Parks Department.

o.    Consideration of the declaration of surplus items.

p.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a loan agreement with the National Naval Aviation Museum “NNAM” for certain USN historical property.

q.    Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a contract with Kline Swinney Associates relative to design of the Memorial Project.

7.    Old Business:  

      a.    PUBLIC HEARING:   Consideration of an ordinance relative to the amendment of the previously approved PRD for property located on Tax Map 50, Parcel 7.03, containing approximately 12.89 acres, (requested by Bob Parks).  Property is located along Seven Oaks Boulevard.  Second Reading.

      b.    PUBLIC HEARING:   Consideration of an ordinance relative to the amendment of the text of the Smyrna Municipal Zoning Ordinance to amend Article II, “Definitions”, Section 2.020 “Definitions”,  and Article III, “General Provisions”, Section 3.110 “Buffer strip”, regarding buffer strips.  Second Reading.

      c.    PUBLIC HEARING:  Consideration of an ordinance relative to the rezoning of property located on Tax Map 49, Parcel 103.00, containing approximately 31.4 acres, (requested by John Floyd), from R-1 to     PRD.  Property is located on Chicken Pike and Old Nashville Highway.  Second Reading.

      d.    PUBLIC HEARING:      Consideration of an ordinance relative to the amendment of the Town of Smyrna Municipal Code, Title 12 “Building, Utility, Etc. Codes”, Chapter 6 “International Residential Code”, Section 602(N)     “Modifications. Townhouse automatic fire sprinkler systems”.    Second Reading.

       e.    PUBLIC HEARING:  Consideration of an ordinance relative to the amendment of Town of Smyrna Municipal Code, Title 8 “Alcoholic Beverages”, Chapter 3 “Retail Sales of Alcoholic Beverages”, Section 317(4)     “Building, signage, and design review provisions”.  Second Reading.

8.    New Business:    

a.    Planning Commission Report:  

      i.    Consideration of an ordinance relative to the amendment of the previously approved PRD for property located on Tax Map 55, Parcel 18.00 and part of Parcel 18.03, and Tax Map 50, part of Parcel 62.00, containing approximately 74.3 acres, (requested by Tim McClure).  Properties are located along Baker Road and One Mile Lane and are directly adjacent to Interstate 24.  First Reading.

      ii.    Consideration of an ordinance relative to the rezoning of property located on Tax Map 33, Parcel 1.01, containing approximately 26.87 acres, (requested by John Elliott), from C-2 and R-1 to PUD.  Property is located on Rock Springs Road. First Reading.

     iii.    Consideration of an ordinance relative to the rezoning of property located on Tax Map 33, part of Parcel 33.00, containing approximately 8.9 acres, (requested by William L. Roper), from R-1 to C-2.  Property is located on Todd Lane and Delacy Lane.  First Reading.

     iv.    Consideration of an ordinance relative to the rezoning of property located on Tax Map 34G, Group A, Parcel 9.00, containing approximately .36 acre, (requested by Charles H. Gunn and Francisco Javier Reyes), from C-2 to R-3.  Property is located at 302 Eastland Drive.  First Reading.

     v.    Consideration of a resolution to abandon certain right-of-way, being a portion of the public roadway known as F Street in Smyrna, Rutherford County, Tennessee, said portion of right-of-way being 39,025 square feet.  Request is from Jeffrey Lewandoski with The Dennis Group, LLC on behalf of Taylor Farms.

     vi.    Consideration of an ordinance relative to the annexation and R-3 zoning of properties located on Tax Map 54, Parcels 15.01, 15.03, 15.04, 15.05, 15.06, 15.11, 15.12, and 15.22, containing approximately 19.8 acres, (requested by Jerry Butler).  Properties are located along and east of Kedron Church Road.  First Reading.

b.    Packaged Liquor Board Report:  There were no applications for the Town Council to consider at this time.

c.    Consideration of an ordinance relative to Town of Smyrna Municipal Code, Title 12 “Building, Utility, Etc. Codes”, Chapter 11 “Electric Code” regarding adopting the 2014 National Electric Code.  First Reading.

d.    Consideration of an ordinance to amend the Town of Smyrna Municipal Code relative to Title 5 “Municipal Finance and Taxation”, Title 18 “Water and Sewers”, and Title 19 “Electricity and Gas” regarding collection of various development fees upon issuance of the building permit.  First Reading.

e.    Appointment of two (2) members to serve three (3) year terms ending 2020 and three (3)     members to serve one (1) year terms ending 2018 on the Board of Adjustments and Appeals.

f.    Consideration of a resolution declaring a policy for the Town Council for the purpose of accepting donations for approved projects, items or other designated purposes.

g.    Consideration of a resolution authorizing an agreement between the American Legal Publishing Corporation (American Legal) and the Town of Smyrna in order to assist in the recodification of the Town of Smyrna Municipal Code and the Town of Smyrna Zoning Ordinances.

h.    Consideration of an ordinance adopting the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018.  First Reading.

i.    Consideration  of  an  ordinance  establishing  the  property tax levy  for  the  fiscal year beginning  July 1, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018.  First Reading.

j.    Other.
    
     i. Approval of the terms of, and authorization for the Mayor to execute, a proposal for supplemental service relative to relocation of Chaney Road Intersection at Sam Ridley Parkway.

9.     Status Reports.

10.    Announcements.

11.    Adjournment.


Town of Smyrna
315 South Lowry Street
Smyrna, TN 37167
(615) 267-5005
































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