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Mayor Kim McMillan has called a special session of the CIty Council for the administering the oath of office of newly-elected member Valerie Guzman (Ward 5) and re-elected members James Lewis (Ward 3), Wallace Redd Ward 4), David Allen (Ward 8), Joel Wallace (Ward 9) and Jeff Burkhart (Ward 12).
The Special Session will be held on Thursday, January 3 at 5:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers. The Chambers are located at 106 Public Square in Clarksville. All members of the public are invited and encouraged to attend.
Immediately following the swearing-in ceremony, a reception will be held in the City Hall Conference Room on the 4 th Floor of City Hall.
The January regular session of the City Council will follow at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers.
The City of Clarksville FY12 budget workshop is now scheduled for June 9 at 4:3-P.M. in City Council Chambers. The chambers are located at 106 Public Square in downtown Clarksville. The meetings are free and open to the public. Parking is available along the square.
MAY 5, 2011 7:00 P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 106 PUBLIC SQUARE
• 6:30 pm – John Gammon
• 6:35 pm – Robert Schroll
• 6:40 pm – Lee McDonald
• 6:45 pm – Elaine Weil
• 6:50 pm – Stacy Hopwood
• 6:55 pm – Francine Vincent
1) CALL TO ORDER
2) PRAYER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3) REGISTRATION OF ATTENDANCE
4) SPECIAL RECOGNITION
5) PLANNING COMMISSION: PUBLIC HEARING
1. ORDINANCE 78-2010-11 (First Reading; Public Hearing held March 3rd; Postponed April 7th) Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of James Hunley for zone change on property Peachers Mill Road and Allen Griffy Road from AG Agricultural District to C-2 General Commercial District
ORDINANCE 91-2010-11 (First Reading) Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of Jerry L. and Lottie B. Shelly for zone change on property at Tiny Town Road & Trenton Road from C-5 Highway & Arterial Commercial District and R-1 Single Family Residential District to R-4 Multiple Family Residential District.
ORDINANCE 92-2010-11 (First Reading) Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of Bud E. Leavell, Eddie Burchett- Agent, for zone change on property at Tracy Lane & Pea Ridge Road from R-1 Single Family Residential District to R-2A Single Family Residential District.
ORDINANCE 93-2010-11 (First Reading) Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of Ursula Ahrens for zone change on property at Warfield Boulevard & Old Russellville Pike from R-1 Single Family Residential District to C-2 General Commercial District.
ORDINANCE 94-2010-11 (First Reading) Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of River Chase Marine Terminal, LLC, for zone change on property at Beacon Drive & Gratton Road from R-1 Single Family Residential District to M-1 Light Industrial District.
ORDINANCE 95-2010-11 (First Reading) Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of Thomas Lee and Brenda Burney, Mitchell Ross-Agent, for zone change on property at Merritt Drive & Memorial Drive from R-1 Single Family Residential District to O-1 Office District [REQUEST TO POSTPONE ATTACHED].
7. ORDINANCE 96-2010-11 (First Reading) Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of Suk Kyong Lee, Bill Mace-Agent, for zone change on property at Giles Road & Tobacco Road from C-5 Highway & Arterial Commercial District to R-4 Multiple Family Residential District
All items in this portion of the agenda are considered to be routine and non-controversial by the Council and may be approved by one motion; however, a member of the Council may request that an item be removed for separate consideration under the appropriate committee report:
1. ORDINANCE 83-2010-11 (Second Reading) Amending the Zoning Ordinance, and the Official Code relative to the sign ordinance 2.
2.ORDINANCE 84-2010-11 (Second Reading) Amending the Official Code, relative to charge for leakage
3. RESOLUTION 71-2010-11 Renewing the Certificate of Compliance for Horaceand Amber Heggie for operation of Pal’s Package Store
4. Approval of Board Appointments: Audit Committee: Al Irby (fill unexpired term of Scott Pfister-resigned) –May 2011 through December 2011; Senior Citizens Board: Al Colvin (replace Marion Hill-term expired) –May 2011 through April 2013; Tree Board: Larry Carpenter (replace Kevin Lamb-resigned) – May 2011 ?through June 2013 5. Approval of Minutes: April 7th
7) BUILDING & CODES COMMITTEE (Wallace Redd, Chair)
1. ORDINANCE 80-2010-11 (First Reading; postponed March 31st) Amending the Official Code relative to number of dogs and/or cats allowed to be kept on premises (Building & Codes Committee: No recommendation)
2. ORDINANCE 81-2010-11 (First Reading; Postponed March 31st) Amending the Official Code relative to roadside sale of animals (Building & CodesCommittee: Approval)
3. ORDINANCE 82-2010-11 (First Reading; Postponed March 31st) Amending the Official Code relative to requirement of breeder’s license (Building & Codes Committee: Approval)
8) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (Marc Harris, Chair)
9) FINANCE COMMITTEE (Joel Wallace, Chair)
1. RESOLUTION 67-2010-11 Establishing the FY12 Action Plan and Budget for Community Development Block Grant and HOME Programs (Community Development & Finance Committees: Approval)
2. RESOLUTION 68-2010-11 Accepting property from Jim Maynard for the Sugartree Lift Station (Gas & Water Committee & Finance Committees: Approval)
3. RESOLUTION 69-2010-11 Accepting grant of an easement from Jerry Winn, et al, in exchange for dedication of a utility easement for Countryside Estates #2 Lift Station Elimination (Gas & Water & Finance Committees: Approval)
4. RESOLUTION 70-2010-11 Adopting the FY2011-12 through FY2015-16 Public Improvements Budget (Finance Committee: Approval)
10) GAS & WATER COMMITTEE( Bill Summers, Chair)
1. ORDINANCE 88-2010-11 (First Reading) Authorizing exercise of right of eminent domain to obtain utility easements for various public works projects (Gas & Water Committee: Approval)
2. ORDINANCE 89-2010-11 (First Reading) Amending the Official Code relative to authority of the Gas & Water Department to negotiate with large industrial?customers (Gas & Water Committee: No Recommendation)
11) GENERAL SERVICES COMMITTEE ( Candy Johnson, Chair)
12) PARKS & RECREATION ( Deanna McLaughlin, Chair)
13) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE (Geno Grubbs, Chair)
1 ORDINANCE 76-2010-11 (First Reading; Postponed April 7th) Amending the Official code relative to anti-noise regulations; refuse disposal trucks.
14) STREET COMMITTEE (James Lewis, Chair)
15) TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE (Jeff Burkhart, Chair)
16) NEW BUSINESS
1. ORDINANCE 87-2010-11 (Third Reading) Renewing the cable television franchise agreement between the City of Clarksville and the Clarksville Electric Power Board
2. ORDINANCE 90-2010-11 (First Reading) Prohibiting possession, sale, delivery, or transfer synthetic drugs (Councilwoman McLaughlin)
17) MAYOR AND STAFF REPORTS
Ward 7 City Councilman Geno Grubbs and Ward 10 Councilman Bill Summers, in response to constituent interest, will host a public meeting regarding proposed ORDINANCE 76-2010-11. The proposed ordinance would amend the city’s anti-noise regulations regarding refuse disposal trucks. The ordinance could set specific hours when haulers could collect garbage.
The meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. March 28 in the City Council Chambers on Public Square. If you have input to share about garbage truck collections, please bring specific information such as locations, dates and times the incidences occur. Representatives of trash pick-up companies are also invited to attend.
The matter will come before the City Council for a vote during its April meeting.
For additional information or questions, please contact Councilman Grubbs at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (931) 320-0774.
The regular session of the Clarksville City Council gets underway Thursday evening at 6:40 p.m. The meeting will be held in City Council Chambers, 106 Public Square. Awards and citizen comments will precede the formal opening of the meeting at 7 p.m.
One item on the night’s agenda is a resolution to repeal the ban on handguns in city-owned or operated municipal parks, recreation areas or other similar public places. Some council members have reported receiving constituent comments regarding applying the repeal only to the Clarksville Greenway.
The resolution reads as follows:
A RESOLUTION REPEALING RESOLUTION 5-2009-10 RELATIVE TO HANDGUNS IN CITY OWNED OR OPERATED MUNICIPAL PARKS, RECREATION AREAS OR OTHER SIMILAR PUBLIC PLACES
WHEREAS, the City Council finds that public safety will be enhanced by allowing any person authorized to carry a handgun pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated Section 39-17-1351, to possess or carry any handgun while within or on a public park, recreation area, or other similar public place that is owned or operated by the City or any instrumentality thereof, as provided by Tennessee Code Annotated Section 39-17-1311; and
WHEREAS, RESOLUTION 5-2009-10 prohibiting handguns in city-owned or operated municipal parks, recreation areas, or other similar public places was adopted by the Clarksville City Council on July 9, 2009; and
WHEREAS, RESOLUTION 7-2009-10 repealing RESOLUTION 5-2009-10 was disapproved by the Clarksville City Council on August 6, 2009.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE:
That RESOLUTION 5-2009-10, adopted by the Clarksville City Council on July 9, 2009, is hereby repealed with regard to all city owned or operated parks or recreational facilities, with the exception of the following city owned or operated parks or recreational facilities, which shall continue to be governed by Resolution 5-2009-10:
1. Heritage Park
2. Liberty Park
3. McGregor Park
4. Barbara Johnson Park
5. Swan Lake Sports Complex
6. All city owned or operated swimming pools
7. All city owned or operated civic or community or recreation center buildings
8. All city operated parks or sports fields that are leased by the City and owned by the Montgomery County School System
City Council meetings are open to the public and free of charge. Parking along Public Square is free but limited. The public is advised to plan to arrive as early as possible for ease of parking and security clearance.