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Council Meeting Agenda

JULY 5, 2000 - 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 JUNE 6, 2000 AND JUNE 20, 2000 MEETINGS.

V. PROCLAMATIONS.

VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

1. Petition of J.W.S.L.L.C. to rezone property located on the north side of Ramblewood Drive, just south of Hopper Barker Road, and just east of North Highland Avenue from RS-1 (Single Family Residential) District to O (Office) District, 7.03( acres.

2. Petition of Kathryn Tyler to rezone property located at 1651 Hollywood Drive from RG-2 (General Residential) District to O-C (Office Center) District, comprising 3.65( acres.

3. Consideration of a Plan of Service, an Ordinance to annex and an Ordinance to zone an area referred to as "Passmore North Subarea 1", comprising 250.6( acres, located on the north side of Passmore Lane and the east side of Old Humboldt Road. The proposed zoning for the area is RS-1/FF/FW (Single Family Residential)/(Flood Fringe)/(Floodway) District.

4. Consideration of a Plan of Service, an Ordinance to annex and an Ordinance to zone an area referred to as "Passmore North Subarea 2", comprising 208( acres, located on the north side of Passmore Lane and the east side of Old Humboldt Road. The proposed zoning for the area is RS-1/FF/FW (Single Family Residential)/(Flood Fringe)/(Floodway) District.

5. Consideration of a Plan of Service, an Ordinance to annex and an Ordinance to zone an area referred to as "Passmore North Subarea 3", comprising 20.4( acres, located on the north side of Passmore Lane and the east side of Old Humboldt Road. The proposed zoning for the area is RS-1/FF/FW (Single Family Residential)/(Flood Fringe)/(Floodway) District.

6. Consideration of an amendment to the text of the City Zoning Ordinance amending lot area requirements in the RS (Single Family Residential) District.

7. Consideration of an amendment to the text of the City Zoning Ordinance to allow front building setback adjustments on cul-de-sacs.

8. Consideration of an amendment to the text of the City Zoning Ordinance establishing "accessory dwelling units".

9. Consideration of an amendment to the text of the City Zoning Ordinance relative to open storage of merchandise.

VII. SECOND READINGS:

1. Consideration of proposed Tax Rate Ordinance and Budget Ordinance.

2. Consideration of an Ordinance to close and abandon an unnamed alley between Griffin Street and Vance Avenue.

VIII. NEW BUSINESS:

1. Consideration of Reimbursement Resolution.

2. Election of Vice Mayor.

3. Jackson Madison County General Hospital's request for consideration of a Resolution designating the campus and facilities of West Tennessee Healthcare as "The Medical Center."

4. Request of Jackson Transit Authority for approval of renewal of a Management Agreement with First Transit, Inc.

5. Request of Jackson Transit Authority for approval of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1285 Contract.

6. Request of Jackson-Madison County Airport Authority for additional capital funds for land purchase.

7. Consideration of Memorandum of Understanding for New State Office Building.

8. Consideration of a contract with U.S. Office Products for laser printer paper for various city departments, in the amount of $28,500.00, an approximate yearly total, the lowest and best bid received.

9. Consideration of a contract with IMC Salt, Inc. for deicing rock salt for the Street Department, for $44.06 per ton, the lowest and best bid received.

10. Request for approval to donate 32 cellular telephones and chargers to Women's Resource and Rape Assistance Program to be used by domestic violence victims.

11. Consideration of proposal to exercise an additional two-year option with Waste Management for the collection of garbage.

12. Consideration of contract with Martin Paving for hot mix for the Street Department for $26.00 a ton. There was a tie bid and it was the recommendation of the Street Department to award the contract to Martin Paving.

13. Acceptance of streets located in Industrial Business Park; Northstar Park Sections IIA, III; Hidden Valley Subdivision Section VI; Autumn Valley Subdivision Section VI; Ramblewood East Phase 2; and Ramblewood East Sections III, IV, V.

14. Acceptance of a state route contract between the State of Tennessee Department of Transportation and the City of Jackson for maintenance of state routes throughout the City. The contract has increased from $150,658.73 to $168,289.56 representing an increase of $17,630.83. Mowing and litter removal miles increased from 26.54 miles to 35.24 miles, mowing price increased from $26.00 per acre to $36.00 per acre and litter removal increased from $90.00 per mile to $150.00/mile.

15. Acceptance of a contract between the State of Tennessee Department of Transportation and the City of Jackson for mowing and litter removal on I-40 and State Route 186. Contract price of $29,687.04. The city is not obligated to perform any maintenance on the portions of I-40 and State Route 186.

16. Invoices over $10,000.

17. Proposed approval of Certificate of Compliance for David Shirley of Metro Wine & Spirits.

18. Board Appointments:

a. Board of Utility Commissioners - Reappointment of Joe Bigford.

b. Planning Commission and Urban Growth Planning Commission - Appointment of Pam Fleming to replace Sharon Younger, whose term has expired.

c. Zoning Appeals - Appointment of Pam Fleming to replace Sharon Younger, whose term has expired.

d. Jackson Madison County Library Board - Reappointment of Amanda Allen and appointment of Cheryl Cunningham to replace Mary Platt, whose term has expired.

IX. ADJOURN.

THE AGENDA REVIEW MEETING WILL BE ON THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2000 AT 5:00 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, 1st FLOOR, CITY HALL


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