Council Meeting Agenda
AGENDA - January 8, 2002 - 9:00 A.M.
GEORGE A. SMITH MEETING ROOM
I. CALL TO ORDER.
II. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG.
(COUNCILMAN HARVEY BUCHANAN)
III. ROLL CALL.
IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF DECEMBER 4, 2001 MEETING.
VI. INVITATION FOR PUBLIC COMMENT.
VII. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
1. Consideration of an Ordinance to rezone property located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Hollywood Drive and Forest Avenue from RS-1 (Single Family Residential) District to O-R (Office-Residential ) District, comprising 0.34+ acres, submitted by Reese (the City News).
2. Consideration of an Ordinance to amend the text of the City Zoning Ordinance, Article V, Section 14B, uses permitted in the +-1 (Planned Industrial Park) District.
3. Consideration of an Ordinance to rescind Ordinance No. 2001-069 to close and abandon an unnamed alley between Roland, Westwood, Prospect and Campbell Streets, approved on second reading December 4, 2001, due to the requests of adjoining property owners.
4. Consideration of an Ordinance to close and abandon a certain portion of land between Deaderick and North Highland Avenue.
VIII. SECOND READINGS:
1. Consideration of an Ordinance to rezone property located along North Highland Avenue, just south of Pine Tree Drive and just west of Lambuth Boulevard, from RG-2 (General Residential) District to O (Office) District, comprising 0.55+ acres, submitted by Franklin D. Lax.
2. Consideration of an ordinance to annex and an ordinance to zone an area referred to as “Blankenship," comprising 59.28+ acres, located at the southwest quadrant of 45 Bypass and Passmore Lane. The proposed zoning for the area is B-5 (Highway Business) District.
3. Consideration of an ordinance to annex and an ordinance to zone two areas referred to as “Willow Green Woods Section II & III Subarea 1,” comprising 32.67+ acres and “Willow Green Woods Section II & III Subarea 2,” comprising 4.18 acres more or less, located along Grayson Lane, just west and north of Northwyke Drive. The proposed zoning for the area is RS (Single Family Residential) District.
4. Consideration of an amendment to Section 307 of the Standard Housing Code/1994 Edition relative to extermination.
IX. NEW BUSINESS:
1. Consideration of a request from David Cisco for the City to pay 1/2 of the cost of a new vehicle for Dan Vaughn, Emergency Management Director.
2. Consideration of Agreement with The Ferguson Group to prepare requests to and obtain funding from Congress and federal agencies.
3. Consideration of Change Order No. 1 with Ford Construction Company for the Muse Street Improvements project, an increase of $55,000, for a total contract price of $404,012.40.
4. Consideration of Change Order No. 1 with Ford Construction Company for the Old Humboldt Road Drainage and Safety Improvements project, an increase of $16,975, for a total contract price of $113,975.00.
5. Acceptance of streets located in Hiram's Valley Subdivision Section IX Woods Edge Drive.
6. Consideration of an amendment for revision of the City of Jackson's OJI Policy and Procedures.
7. Consideration of Certificates of Compliance for Robert K. Stewart and Carole L. Stewart, d/b/a Party Mart Liquors & Wines, Inc.
8. Board Appointments:
- Environment Advisory/Appeals Board Appointment of Robert Rowan, Dennis Brown, Mike Butler, Joel McAlexander, Leigh Allison, Eddie O'Neill, III, Fire Chief Kenneth Lay and Tracy Meggs.
9. Invoices over $10,000.
THE AGENDA REVIEW MEETING WILL BE ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 2002 AT 5:00 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, 1ST FLOOR, CITY HALL.