Town of Nolensville
Board of mayor and Aldermen Meeting
Date: Thursday November 06, 2003, Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Nolensville Town Hall
Mayor Charles Knapper opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. In attendance were Mayor Charles Knapper, Alderman Tommy Dugger, and Alderman Gail Phillips. Aldermen Larry Felts and Joe Rositano were absent. Also in attendance were Town Recorder Cindy Lancaster, Council Bob Notestine, Officer George Poss, Town Engineer Rich Woodroof, and 21 public citizens.
Boy Scout Troop # 298 led the prayer and pledge.
Mayor Knapper gave an update on Alderman Rositano. He stated he has been moved to a rehabilitation area at Centennial Hospital. He also noted that Alderman Felts is at the hospital with his daughter who is giving birth.
Mayor Knapper then asked for public comments. Mr. Bob Batts, Brittian Lane, noticed the website has not been kept up to date. Mayor stated Town Hall staff would review this.
Brandon Lee noticed the flags at each entrance of the subdivision are torn and the one at the Post Office is torn. Mayor noted that the Homeowners Association was in charge of the entrance flags and the Post Office is in charge of their flag on their property.
Mayor Knapper made a motion to approve the minutes for the regular meeting of October 2, 2003; Alderman Dugger seconded this motion. The minutes were approved unanimously.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to accept the treasurer’s report Mayor Knapper seconded this motion. Recorder Lancaster reported that General Fund cash on hand was $532,440.05, with cash disbursements being $55,000. State Street Aid Cash on hand is $133,087.26
Chairman Frank Wilson Reported for the following:
Betty Friedlander reported for the Historic Commission.
Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Fire Department:
There was no report for the Chamber of Commerce.
Rich Woodroof reported for the codes department.
Officer George Poss reported for the Police Department.
Mayor Knapper reported for the Public Works Department.
On the Brentwood Interlocal Agreement Mayor Knapper asked Council Notestine to discuss this delicate issue. Council Notestine stated this agreement was put in effect approximately 1 year ago. Council explained this agreement and its contents. He noted that this has been in the newspaper due to the board requesting Brentwood to revise the agreement. The town has not received notification if Brentwood will revise this agreement. The newspaper stated that Brentwood would not be in favor of this revision. This agreement continues to be in negotiation.
Mayor Knapper noted the dates for Public Hearings, Plan of Service and Annexation as being November 18, 6:30 at Nolensville Elementary School
Mayor Knapper stated that he has not received an update this week in regards to the Sewer installation. Last report stated it was 70% complete.
Mayor Knapper stated that a proposal letter was sent to Williamson County Medical in regards to purchasing their building for a City Hall. He noted that one source of funding has been secured. Alternate funding sources are being reviewed.
Other Mayor Discussion:
Reading Resolution #03-14, a resolution authorizing the Mayor of the Town of Nolensville to enter into an agreement with Bill Terry and Associates. Alderman Phillips made a motion for the Reading of Resolution #03-14, to pass as read, Mayor Knapper seconded this motion. Council stated that this is authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Planner Bill Terry. Council noted that he has a good reputation and he is very impressed with his ability. This was passed unanimously.
Chief Hughes noted that on October 28, 2003, he had met with the Board in regards to the Sprinkler Ordinance. He noted this ordinance was introduced 20 months ago. He asked that the Board take the original document that was passed previously and act upon it.
Mayor Knapper made a motion to adjourn and Alderman Dugger seconded this motion. This passed unanimously and meeting adjourned at 7:40 p.m.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster Charles F. Knapper
Town Recorder Mayor