Nolensville Planning Commission
October 12, 2010, 7:00 p.m.
Board Members Present: Jimmy Alexander, Andy Grosson, Bob Haines, Beth Lothers, Rick Owens and Jimmy Reaves
Board Members Absent: Charissa Mishu, Douglas Radley
Staff Present: Attorney Bob Notestine, Henry Laird, Cathi Little, Kali Mogul, and Bob Hayes
Citizens Present: 3
CALL MEETING TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order at 7:05 p.m. by Chairman Rick Owens.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The pledge of allegiance was led by Chairman Owens.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Commissioner Jimmy Reaves made a motion to approve the minutes from the September 14, 2010, Planning Commission Meeting. Commissioner Jimmy Alexander seconded the motion. Upon a vote being taken, the minutes, were approved unanimously.
Mayor Beth Lothers and Town Planner Henry Laird welcomed Kali Mogul to the Town of Nolensville staff as the Planning and Engineering administrative assistant and thanked Cathi Little for her service and professionalism in her work with the Planning Commission.
1. There were no new submittals this month.
2. Report from last BOMA meeting.
Mayor Lothers reported that the sign regulations ordinance #10-05 passed with amendments. Mayor Lothers added that there was also a public hearing of Ordinance #10-06, as it pertains to off-site parking access.
3. Bond Actions:
A. Nolen Park Subdivision Request for Bond Reductions and Extensions
1. Phase 1 performance bond extension on LOC # 1819. Developer requested an extension of performance bond. Staff recommended an extension of the bond and an increase of 10% to $99,000.
2. Phase 1 performance bond extension on LOC # 1820. Developer requested an extension of performance bond. Staff recommended an extension of the bond and an increase of 10% to $3,300.
3. Phase 1 landscaping performance bond extension and reduction on LOC #1816. Developer requested an extension of landscaping bond and reduction to 20% of the original bond amount. Staff recommended an extension of the bond and a reduction to 30% of the original bond amount, or $10,500, since this is the maximum reduction allowed by subdivision regulations.
4. Phase 2 performance bond reduction and extension on LOC #1871. Developer requested an extension of the performance bond and a reduction to $87,390. Staff recommended an extension with a reduction to 30% of the original bond amount, or $93,000, since this is the maximum reduction allowed by subdivision regulations.
Chairman Owens requested a clarification of the increases to bond amounts made by the staff. Henry Laird explained that there have been increases in cost of materials and labor since the original estimates were submitted and bonds were set.
Chairman Owens then made a motion to approve the above bond actions, in their entirety. Commissioner Andy Grosson seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
B. Sunset Park Subdivision Request for Bond Extension
1. Phase 1 performance bond extension on LOC #69001555. Developer requested an extension, and staff recommends approval at the current amount of $164,000.
Chairman Owens made a motion to approve the extension of the Sunset Park Phase 1 performance bond at the current amount of $164,000. Commissioner Alexander seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
C. Chairman Owens made a motion to approve the bond report, as amended. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Reaves, and passed unanimously.
1. At the November meeting of the Planning Commission, November 9, 2010, we will have the site plans to act on for the new Town Hall building and site on Nolensville Road, just north of the First Tennessee Bank.
2. MTAS training is available for Planning and Zoning Commissioners in Franklin on Tuesday November 30, 2010. Additional information on the meeting will be distributed to the Commissioners by the Planning Department.
3. Mayor Lothers mentioned an application for a revised site plan by the developer of the Silver Stream subdivision will be brought before the Williamson County Planning Commission Thursday, October 14.
The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m.
Robert D. Haines Date
Planning Commission Secretary
Nolensville Planning Commission
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