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2009

Minutes Archive

2009-12 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: December 3, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Recreation Center
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. Members present were Mayor Beth Lothers, Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Brian Snyder. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. Engineer Don Swartz and Chief Paul Rigsby were absent. There were 36 citizens present.
The Prayer and Pledge was led by Public Works Director Bob Hayes.
Citizens Input:
Mrs. Evelyn Bennett, 7181 Nolensville Road, invited everyone to attend the viewing of the relocation of the Nolen Cabin. The relocation will be held on Saturday at 9:00 a.m.
Joe Curtsinger, 7380 Nolensville Road, asked the Board to when considering ordinance #09-16, the possibility of this being spot zoning in his opinion. Mr. Curtsinger was opposed to this ordinance.
Mrs. Wanda Barker, 7372 Nolensville Road, stated that she was one of the properties requesting the rezoning and is in favor of ordinance #09-16.
Mrs. Ingrid Curry, 3045 McCanless Road, thanked the Board for their dedication and noted that the recent paving project at the intersection with the new light hinders bicycle riding due to the installation of the curb in front of the Fire Station. Mrs. Curry asked the Board for their assistance in a solution.
Mrs. Ingrid Curry, spoke on behalf of the Trees and Trails Committee for Joyce Powers, asking the Board if they would be in agreement with this Committee to have an official Arbor Day which is a step in becoming a “Tree City”.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on November 5, 2009, Alderman Snyder seconded, and with no corrections, the minutes were approved unanimously.
Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for October 2009, Alderman Felts seconded the motion. Alderman Dugger stated that he is aware that not all of the monies have been collected, although we are 40% down in revenues and 26% up in expenditures. Mayor Lothers stated that she would be happy to go over the detailed Department budet line by line with him in detail if he would like. The vote was taken and the report was approved unanimously.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Committee member Rick Owens reported for the Planning Commission
• CK Development requested a variance, although withdrew this request
• Text amendment for the Zoning Ordinance in regards to impervious surface standards was approved
• Bond report actions included the approval of the extension of letters of credits from Haley Industrial and Sunset Park
• Sign regulation workshop was held immediately following the Planning Commission

Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department
• Recommended everyone have their chimney checked before the winter season
• There were three structure fires with one case of arson
• After meeting with Metro and Mayor Anderson in October sewer will be extended to the Fire Hall so that the addition to the Fire Hall can begin
Town Engineer Swartz was absent, although had submitted a written report read by Mayor Lothers In Police Chief Paul Rigsby’s absence Officer Troy Buckley reported for the Police Department
• Several arrests in the rash of car burglaries have been made
• There have been a few more burglaries that appear to be “copy cat” car burglaries
• Officer Lee is in Mississippi for training. Until final orders are given, Chief Rigsby is holding on hiring a replacement
• Currently reviewing the possible purchase of cars from the Drug Fund
• Finishing the Standard Operation Procedure Policy, which will be before the Board in the near future
• Reviewing the possibility of purchasing tazer guns
• Written statistics were distributed to the Board
Alderman Alexander reported for the Economic Development Committee
• Moving forward on web-site and will be meeting tomorrow
Alderman Snyder reported for the Town Events Committee
• Commended the Committee on the Veteran’s Day Celebration
• Noted that there will be a meeting in January
Mayor’s Report:
Mayor Lothers introduced Ms. Terri Weldon, Director of Government Affairs, with Comcast. Mayor Lothers noted that a memo was before the Board that was submitted by Comcast that outlined the PEG channel. She noted that Mrs. Weldon was in attendance to answer questions from the Board.
Ms. Weldon stated that the cost would be approximately $141,000 and this fee was to build 13 miles of fiber. She noted that another criteria was that there must be no “dead time”, with guidelines on programming the same “portion or segment” of a film. There was some dialog with the Board and Ms. Weldon.
a. Appointments:
Mayor Lothers noted that new appointments will be in January. She stated that Mr. Willis Wells, Planning Commission member announced that he would be retiring. Mayor Lothers noted there will be an official appointment in January. b.
Town Hall Update:

Mayor Lothers stated that Mr. Tisano should have money secured for the Town Hall project within 30 to 60 days. He will begin demolition within two weeks and he plans to have this completed before Christmas. Mayor Lothers noted that Mr. Tisano had submitted a letter to her in regards to the project.
c. Bond Rating: Mayor Lothers noted that the Town has received a letter from Moody’s that has given Nolensville a rating of an “A2”. This is a good rating for Nolensville and will be used when the Town borrows money in the future.
d. Other: Mayor Lothers advised the Board that Alderman Alexander and she attended a function this afternoon in Murfreesboro regarding the Census. Alderman Alexander encouraged everyone to complete the census paperwork that is received. Mayor Lothers added that it is important for financial reasons and the information is completely confidential.
Mayor Lothers thanked everyone for attending the tree lighting. She reminded the audience that on December 12, a breakfast with Santa would be at the Jenkins Cumberland Presbyterian Church and reservations must be made. Also, on the 12th, Ebenezer Methodist would be having arts, crafts, shopping; pictures with Santa and Uncle Bud’s Catfish would be served. The festivities would begin at 9:30 and go until 3:30. Stonebrook Baptist Church will have a live nativity scene from 6:00 until 9:00 and then it will end with Christmas Carol singing.
A Public hearing of Ordinance #09-18, an ordinance to amend the Zoning Map of the Town of Nolensville to rezone property currently Estate Residential (ER) to Village with Historic District Overlay (VHDO)-Planning Commission opened at 7:41. There was no public comment and the hearing closed at 7:41.
A Public hearing of Ordinance #09-19, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09 of the Town of Nolensville as it pertains to public notices for applications for Certificates of Appropriateness to the Historic Zoning Commission -Planning Commission opened at 7:41. There was no public comment and the hearing closed at 7:42.
Second reading of ordinance #09-16, an ordinance to amend the Zoning Map of Nolensville, Tennessee to rezone property currently Estate Residential (ER) to Suburban Residential (SR) at York/Nolensville Road area recommended by the Planning Commission. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Snyder seconded.
Alderman Dugger noted that this ordinance complies with the Land Use Plan. Mayor Lothers noted that when this project is at site plan phase the Planning Commission needs to review it extensively to make sure the rules are adhered to such as proper buffering for adjacent properties and Storm Water regulations. After extensive discussion the vote was taken and this ordinance passed unanimously.
Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve ordinance #09-17 on second reading, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, of the Town of Nolensville in regards to definitions of adult bookstore/adult use and adult entertainment uses recommended by the Planning Commission, Alderman Alexander seconded. With no discussion this ordinance passed on final reading unanimously.

Second reading of ordinance #09-20, an ordinance to amend budget ordinance #09-05, within the General and State Street Aid Funds sponsored by Mayor Lothers. Alderman Snyder made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded. The vote was taken and this ordinance passed unanimously.
First reading of ordinance #09-21, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to impervious surface standards in the suburban Residential and Estate Residential zoning districts recommended by the Planning Commission. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded, and this was approved unanimously.
Other:
Mayor Lothers announced that following this meeting there will be a workshop with specific area of discussion being “Multi-Tenant Developments/Freestanding or Monument Signs”.
The meeting adjourned at 7:50 p.m. by acclamation.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster                   Beth Lothers
Town Recorder                     Mayor
2009-11 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: November 5, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Recreation Center
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. Members present were Mayor Beth Lothers, Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Brian Snyder. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 43 citizens present.
The Prayer and Pledge was led by Police Officer Troy Buckley, in honor of Officer Ken Lee, who is in the process of being deployed to active duty in the National Guard. Mayor Lothers honored Officer Ken Lee with a presentation.
Citizens Input:
Mrs. Betty Friedlander, 240 Norfolk Lane, told the board that the Nolensville Library will begin a book sale tomorrow. This is a fund raiser for the Library.
Mrs. Lynda Moses, 2230 Rock Springs Road, expressed to the Board that she was opposed to developing in the floodplain. She said that Williamson County developed on the east side of Nolensville Road and these homes flood. She also stated that children need a yard to play in and is opposed to having small lots.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Special Meeting on September 24, 2009, Alderman Alexander seconded. With no corrections, the minutes were approved unanimously.
Alderman Felts made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on October 1, 2009, Alderman Snyder seconded, and with no corrections, the minutes were approved unanimously. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for September 2009, Alderman Dugger seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Mayor Lothers ask the Board if Town Events could report first so that the Committee Chair could attend another appointment. The Board agreed. Town Events Chair Suzie Lindsey reported for the Town Events Committee
• American Constructors and Southern Hills will sponsor the Veteran’s Day breakfast
• Parade will begin at 11:00
• Small flags have been distributed to wave during the Parade
Committee member Willis Wells reported for the Planning Commission
• Proposed rezoning of McCord property was passed and is before the Board
• Bent Creek, Phase VII, Final PUD Plan of 33 lots, was approved with conditions
• A design deviation was submitted from a business at Coast Inn Market
• Bond report was approved

Due to the Historic Commission not meeting there was not a report.
Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department
• Fire Prevention month was completed last month• Last month was busy for the Fire Department
Mayor Lothers stated that donation letters had been sent out by the Department. Also, she noted there had been an increase of approximately $5,000 last year over the previous year in donations and asked people through contacts and Home Owners Association’s to support the Volunteer Fire Departments donation drive.
Town Engineer reported for the Engineering Department
• Signal should be installed in a few weeks at intersection of Nolensville and Clovercroft Roads
• Sewer is moving forward, federal funding has been approved for this project, and construction must be underway by February 10th, by Metro.
Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department
• The rash of car burglaries has been solved
• The first armed robbery in Nolensville was Friday night at Advanced Auto, there is $1,000 reward for any information on this crime through Crime Stoppers.
• Written statistics were distributed to the Board
Alderman Snyder reported for the Economic Development Committee
• Moving forward on web-site
Mayor’s Report:
a. Other:
Mayor Lothers stated that the Town Recorder and she had met with Comcast Cable Television. A written analysis from Comcast to the Board would be forthcoming. She noted that Comcast could do replays on “Demand” for special events.
Mayor Lothers commended the Trees and Trails Committee for their hard work. She noted that Nolensville did not receive the Transportation Enhancement Grant, but that they submitted a new grant proposal that was due November 3rd. Mayor Lothers publicly acknowledged the various citizens that submitted letters for this grant.
Mayor Lothers presented the Board and audience with a slideshow that was submitted by the 3rd graders from Nolensville Elementary. On Tuesday, November 10th, there will be a Commercial Sign workshop.
Board Members were presented with Town of Nolensville lapel pins that will be given to the Veterans on Saturday.

Public hearing of 09-16, an ordinance to amend Zoning Map of the Town of Nolensville to rezone property currently Estate Residential (ER) to Suburban Residential (SR) opened at 7:35.
Mr. Shawn Henry, Deaderick Street, Nashville, Tennessee, stated that he represented York Road, LLC, owner of the property. He stated that his firm had met with neighbors on two occasions at the Cumberland Jenkins Presbyterian Church to discuss this project. He noted that with the Suburban Residential Zoning it will allow the extension of the sewer along the creek and the Developer will expand the trail along the creek.
Mr. Dwight Kiser stated that he was the Planner for the Creekside at Nolensville project on York Road. He noted that when he is hired for a project, he educates himself on the municipality that he will be working in. In 2005 Nolensville created a very important document, the Land Use Policy Plan. He added that he was a proponent of city goals and their vision statement. He went over the plan and discussed how this development would adhere and enhance the Land Use Policy.
Mrs. Wanda Barker, 7372 Nolensville Road, stated that her property is included in the rezoning. She said the majority of the property owners in that area are encouraged by the sewer coming and noted it will enhance the area. Mr. Charles Lawson, 2531 York Road, stated that he was across the road from the proposed subdivision. He said that with this subdivision will have a 6” line down that road, in addition to fire hydrants. He is in favor of the approval of this project.
Mr. Joe Curtsinger, 7380 Nolensville Road, said that he was representing a number of people. He told the Board if they review the Land Use Plan and allow the overlay request, the only area that complies with the Land Use Plan is at the corner of York Road. He added that this potentially results in down zoning for the properties from the south. Mr. Curtsinger stated that Mrs. Kirby and his property will be devalued. He advised the Board, that as a group, they were not interested in that zoning being passed.
The Public Hearing closed at 7:48 p.m.
Public hearing of 09-17, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09 of the Town of Nolensville in regards to definitions of adult bookstore/adult use and adult entertainment uses opened at 7:48. There was no public comment and the hearing closed at 7:49 p.m.
Second reading of ordinance #09-14, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to Parking Lot design. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded, and this ordinance passed unanimously on second reading.
First reading of ordinance #09-18, an ordinance to amend the Zoning Ordinance of Nolensville, Tennessee, to rezone property currently Estate Residential (ER) to Village with Historic District Overlay (HDO).
Town Planner Laird explained this ordinance in detail. Alderman Felts stated that he had reservations about passing this ordinance. Mayor Lothers noted that when she was elected Mayor she had reservations about the Floodplain ordinance that was passed by the previous Board. She had an outside review performed. Mayor Lothers was informed by the outside party that the floodplain ordinance was a stringent document. The Town has also gone on to hire Mr. Tom Allen as a leading floodplain Consultant and formed the professional Storm Water Appeals Board. Mayor Lothers clarified that this is strictly a zoning request but that any proposed developments would have to abide by the Floodplain Regulations. After extensive discussion Alderman Dugger made a motion to pass this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded, and this ordinance was passed on first reading unanimously.
First reading of ordinance #09-19, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to public notices in regards to applications for Certificates of Appropriateness to the Historic Zoning Commission; Mayor Lothers clarified with Counsel Notestine if the Town was complying with State Law by changing the timeframe within this ordinance. Counsel Notestine said that Nolensville is complying with State Law. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Felts seconded, and this ordinance passed unanimously on first reading.
First reading of ordinance #09-20, an ordinance to amend budget ordinance #09-05, within the General and State Street Aid Funds, Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded, and this was approved unanimously on first reading.
Other:
Alderman Felts stated that he had recently received an email in regards to a noise ordinance dealing with barking dogs. He asked if Nolensville’s ordinance had “teeth” in it. Mayor Lothers noted that she received the same email and forwarded it to Chief Rigsby. Chief Rigsby explained the ordinance, in addition to the process, that deals with barking dogs in Nolensville.
Alderman Dugger inquired to the status of Town Hall. Mayor Lothers stated that currently the Town is waiting on proof of the financial backing from the seller. She was told that there should be some activity next week. Alderman Dugger asked if the contract had any form of time line in it. Counsel Notestine stated that the contract states the seller must show evidence of financing the entire project and this is the document the town is waiting to arrive.
Alderman Alexander advised the Board and audience that the Federal Census was approaching. He stated that County Mayor Anderson has formed a Committee to enhance participation. He stated that ten years ago there was only a 65% return and is in hopes that this percentage is increased extensively.
The meeting adjourned at 8:24 p.m. by acclamation.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster                      Beth Lothers
Town Recorder                        Mayor
2009-10 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: October 1, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. Members present were Mayor Beth Lothers, Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Brian Snyder. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 49 citizens present.
The Prayer was led by Sarah Cole, with Girl Scout Troop 1987. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Girl Scout Troop 1987. Troop Leader Elizabeth Redman distributed Cadet Awards to the Girl Scouts in Troop 1987 who had earned this classification.
Citizens Input:
There was no citizen comment.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on September 3, 2009, Alderman Snyder seconded. With no corrections, the minutes were approved unanimously.
Alderman Felts made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for August 2009, Alderman Alexander seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Town Planner Henry Laird reported for the Planning Commission
• Proposed rezoning of property at York Road was approved
• Proposed Zoning Ordinance amendment addressing adult bookstores was approved
• Bond report was approved
Chair Wanda Barker reported for the Historic Commission
• Certificate of Appropriateness was given to “The Roost” for signage
Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department
• Fire Prevention month is this month (October)
• Sunset Elementary was visited, with Nolensville Elementary scheduled
• Presented a written quarterly report to the Board
Town Engineer Don Swartz reported for the Engineering Department
• Safe Route to School grant is moving forward with construction plans being received
• Staff is recommending American Constructors to provide managing service for Town Hall
Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department
• Written statistics were distributed to the Board
• Chief has attended local Chief’s meetings
• Officer Lee is scheduled to be deployed for active duty in mid-November
• Continuing to work on taser feasibility issue
Betty Friedlander reported for the Economic Development Committee
• Moving forward on web-site
Suzie Lindsey reported for the Town Events Committee
• 122 Veterans scheduled to participate
• Breakfast, donated by Southern Hills Hospital, will be at 8:30
• Continuing to seek Parade participants
Mayor’s Report:
a. Appointments
Betty Friedlander and Steve Bosch have resigned from the Design Review Committee. Mayor Lothers nominated Mr. Josh Hughes for Design Review and Ms. Cindy McKinney for Trees and Trails Committee. The nominations were approved by the Board unanimously.
b. Broken Wheel Festival
Mayor Lothers thanked everyone for their hard work.
c. Williamson County Economic Development Council Meeting
Mayor Lothers thanked Alderman Alexander for coordinating the County Meeting and Mr. Steve Prince for hosting this event at his business, Card Marketing Services.
d. H1N1 Report
Mayor Lothers attended a meeting on September 10th and encouraged immunization.
e. Keep Fall “Clean and Green”, Keep Williamson Beautiful
Mayor Lothers stated that Mrs. Linda Rowland is no longer representing Nolensville in this organization. She distributed a map to the Board of the Town limits. She asked that each Board Member be responsible for litter within the outlined quadrant. Every Alderman was in agreement of this plan.
f. Homeland Security Seminar
Mayor Lothers attended a seminar on September 11, which had a “first observer” presentation.
g. Public Safety Task Force
Mayor Lothers and Chief Hughes have been attending these various meetings. She handed out a written summary on topics that were discussed at these meetings.
h. Mayor’s Caucus
Mayor Karl Dean, Metro Nashville, hosted a Mayors Caucus on September 30th , transportation and Smart Growth topics were discussed.
i. Trees and Trails
Nolensville was notified that the Walking Trails grant was declined and discussed the need for a pedestrian bridge location in the Historic District. Mayor Lothers stated that March 6th, will be Tree Planting Day and about 60 trees will be planted at the ball park on Arbor Day.
j. Community Block Grant Meeting
Alderman Alexander and Planner Laird attended this meeting for the Mayor.
k. Other
Feed Mill has new burlap bags advertising Nolensville. Mr. Darin Scheff, with the Feed Mill, has been successful in obtaining a sign through TDOT on Interstate 840 directing travelers to Nolensville.
There will be another signage field trip on Sunday afternoon from 1:30 until 4:00. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen, Planning Commission and Design Review Committee are invited and encouraged to attend.
Mayor Lothers requested any photos or other information on Joe Rossitano would be appreciated. This information is needed for a framed piece in Town Hall that will represent Former Alderman Rositano.
Public hearing on ordinance #09-14, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to Parking Lot design opened at 7:49.
Mr. Larry Gardner, 2536 York Road, asked for clarification on the parking? Alderman Alexander addressed his question, in addition to Planner Laird showing Brittain Plaza as an example on the Power Point presentation. The public hearing closed at 7:51 p.m.
Alderman Felts made a motion to approve ordinance #09-11, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09 as it pertains to Temporary Signs for new and/or relocated businesses in Appendix A on second reading, Alderman Dugger seconded. The vote was taken and this was approved unanimously.
Alderman Dugger made a motion approve of ordinance #09-12, an ordinance to amend the Nolensville Municipal Code, Title 19, and add Chapter 2, in regards to Comcast Cable Franchise Agreement, Alderman Alexander seconded. After Mayor Lothers updated the board on the Access Channel the Board voted and unanimously approved this ordinance.
Second reading of ordinance #09-15, an ordinance to amend Municipal Code, Title 18, Chapter 3, Section 301, to implement requirements for system customers to connect to metro sewer within certain sections within the Town of Nolensville. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded. The ordinance passed unanimously on second reading.
First reading of ordinance #09-16, an ordinance to amend Zoning Map of the Town of Nolensville to rezone property currently Estate Residential (ER) to Suburban Residential (SR).
Mr. Dwight Kiser, landscape architect, with Land Design, addressed the board asking for this property to be rezoned. Mr. Kiser had a presentation for the Board noting there had been two meetings with the neighbors in the proposed rezoned area that was well attended. It was noted that adjacent property owners Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marcum, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gardner, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Barker requested to be included in the rezoning. Mr. Kiser noted that some neighbors were concerned with the traffic areas and the plan was revised.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Felts seconded. Mayor Lothers said that she was torn with her decision therefore she would be abstaining from the vote until after the public hearing of this ordinance. The vote was taken and passed by majority with Aldermen Alexander, Dugger, Felts, and Snyder for, and Mayor Lothers abstaining.
First reading of ordinance #09-17, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09 of the Town of Nolensville in regards to definitions of adult bookstore/adult use and adult entertainment uses, Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Snyder seconded and this was approved unanimously.
Reading of resolution #09-22, a resolution to enter into a license agreement with artist Mr. John Strasser and the Town of Nolensville. Counsel Notestine described this resolution for the board noting it was not to make money, although to serve as a promotional tool. Counsel Notestine further recommended adding to I. Content of licensed materials; grant of license – at the last sentence: “Copies of which are attached as Exhibit A to this agreement.” At XI change to “Williamson County” instead of (jurisdiction convenient to all parties). Under mediation where it says “time period” change to “30 days” in two locations. In # 18 change “time period” to say “30 days”.
It was clarified that Mr. Strasser would receive 100% profit above cost and the town would have the permission to reproduce the artwork for a promotional post card for the Historic Village.
Counsel clarified that when an artist signs their work and places the copyright symbol (circled c) this ensures it is copyrighted.
Alderman Felts made a motion to approve this resolution with Counsels recommended changes, Alderman Snyder seconded.
Mayor Lothers made a motion to amend the resolution by stating “30 days”, where ever it states “time period”, Alderman Dugger seconded. This amendment was approved unanimously. The vote was then taken on the passage of the resolution with the recommended changes. This was approved unanimously.
Reading of resolution #09-23, a resolution to enter into a change order with Civil Constructors for the widening of Nolensville Road. Engineer Swartz explained the change order. Alderman Felts made a motion to approve this resolution and add an Exhibit A, Alderman Dugger seconded. This was approved unanimously.
Other:
The meeting adjourned at 8:37 p.m. by acclamation.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster               Beth Lothers
Town Recorder                 Mayor
2009-09 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: September 3, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. Members present were Mayor Beth Lothers, Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Brian Snyder. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 24 citizens present. Pastor Joseph Stegall from Providence Baptist Fellowship Church led the Prayer and Pledge.
Citizens Input:
There was no citizen comment. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on August 6, 2009, Alderman Alexander seconded. With no corrections, the minutes were approved unanimously.
Alderman Felts made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for July 2009, Alderman Snyder seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.
Planning Commission Member Willis Wells reported for the Planning Commission
• Zoning Ordinance amendment regarding Parking Lot Design was approved
• Performance Bond for the walking trail in Ballenger Farms was approved
Historic Commission did not meet therefore did not have a report Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department
      • October is Fire Prevention month

    • Sunset and Nolensville Elementary Schools will be visited by the Department to promote Fire Prevention Town Engineer reported for the Engineering Department
      • Construction has begun on widening Nolensville Road at the intersection of the New Rocky Fork and Nolensville Roads

      • TDOT, administered through TTAP, will be providing replacement signs to the Town of Nolensville at no cost

    • Construction management companies were reviewed. American Constructors has been asked to submit a formal contract so that it may be brought before the Board.
In Police Chief Paul Rigsby’s absence Mayor Lothers reported for the Police Department
    • Two Officers that have been on leave will be returning this month
    • In-service training has been completed by the Officers for 2009Jason Patrick reported for the Economic Development Committee
      • Participated in a two-night workshop held by TVA

    • Seven items have been discussed by this Committee
1. Develop an image for the Town – Town logo/Town Seal
2. Re-organize the Town Web-site

3. Develop an introductory marketing strategy for the Town

4. Compose a retail packet for retail stores inquiring on locating to Nolensville

5. Looking at the Town trade area

6. Put together a local workshop for local businesses

7. Evaluate the need to participate in local trade shows
 
    • Presented a slide show presentation that illustrated examples of various Nolensville Logos• Presented the first page of a proposed web-site emphasizing Community, History and Proximity• Thanked Jana Truman for her hard work on the web-page• Noted the Logo that was chosen by the Board would be copyrighted by the Town and the Town would own it
Alderman Alexander made a motion to move forward on the Logo, Alderman Dugger seconded, and this was approved unanimously. Suzie Lindsey reported for the Town Events Committee

    • Veterans Day Celebration to be held on November 7th , first Saturday in November• Breakfast will be at 8:30 and the Parade will immediately follow• Sponsors are currently being obtained• Invitations will be going out in the next two to three weeks to Veterans• Volunteers are needed for this Committee
Mayor’s Report:
a. Other
Thanked Alderman Alexander and Mr. Jim Reeves for being willing to serve on the “Williamson County Complete Count Committee”, a newly formed County Committee that was created for the upcoming Census.
A Seminar on September 11th, from 9:00–11:00 a.m. will be held at the auditorium in downtown Nashville on Homeland Security. Any board member is welcomed to attend.
Broken Wheel Festival will be held on September 12th from 8:00 until 2:00. The Town will have a booth to educate citizens on various Town activities.
Nolensville will be hosting the Williamson County Economic Development Council on September 17th at the Card Marketing Services on Johnson Industrial Boulevard. The Town has been battling litter. Citizens need to do our part and all work together to conquer litter.
Trees and Trails Committee applied for a grant involving 400 trees being planted in Nolensville. This grant was awarded to the Town. There will be a meeting on September 10th at 6:00 p.m., at the Nolensville Library in the meeting room to discuss this grant.
Planning Commission and staff attended a “Reclaiming the Strip” seminar in Hendersonville. It was noted this was inspiring with Alderman Alexander adding that it will behoove the Town to stick with the standards and not deviate from them.
A Field Trip is planned for the Planning Commission, Design Review, and staff on September 26th.
The Christmas Tree lighting will be held on Tuesday, December 1st at 6:00 p.m. at the Nolensville Public Library.
Public hearing on ordinance #09-11, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to Temporary Signs for new and/or relocated businesses in Appendix A opened at 7:48. There was no public comment and the hearing closed at 7:48.
First reading of ordinance #09-12, an ordinance to amend the Nolensville Municipal Code, Title 19, and add Chapter 2, in regards to Comcast Cable Franchise Agreement. There was discussion on maintaining the Government Channel that is allowed in the ordinance. It was the consensus among the Board to research the ability to allow Nolensville to utilize this channel. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Felts seconded, and first reading passed unanimously.
First reading of ordinance #09-14, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to Parking Lot design. There was discussion in regards to side parking in developments. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded, and this ordinance passed unanimously on first reading.
Reading of resolution #09-20, a resolution to release Beazer Homes from a Maintenance Bond as it pertains to Ballenger Farms. Engineer Swartz noted that he has reviewed the bond and Beazer Homes has conformed to the plan. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Felts seconded, and this was unanimously approved.
Reading of resolution #09-21, a resolution to enter into an inter-local agreement with Metropolitan Government in regards to sewer. Counsel Notestine recommended amending number #6. The Board agreed with his recommendation.
It was noted that a public meeting would be held on September 15th at Ebenezer United Methodist Church. Metro will be attending to answer questions from property owners.
Alderman Alexander made a motion to approve this resolution with the verbiage that is recommended by Counsel. If the language is not accepted by Metro, Mayor Lothers and Counsel Notestine can review and determine acceptable verbiage for numbers 6, 7, and 11 in the agreement, Alderman Felts seconded and this was approved unanimously. The vote was taken on the resolution as amended, and this passed unanimously.
Other:
The Board was reminded that breakfast would be served from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. at the Broken Wheel Festival. The meeting adjourned at 8:46 p.m. by acclamation.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster Beth Lothers
Town                                  Recorder Mayor
2009-08 BOMA
Town of Nolensville
Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting
Date: August 6, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School
 
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. Members present were Mayor Beth Lothers, Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, and Larry Felts. Alderman Bryan Snyder joined the Board after approval of his nomination. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 27 citizens present.
 
Pastor David Tiller with Nolensville Baptist Church led the Prayer and Pledge.
 
Mayor Lothers made a motion to nominate Mr. Bryan Snyder to fill the Alderman vacancy, Alderman Alexander seconded. Bryan Snyder was unanimously approved for this position. The Oath of Office was administered by Mayor Lothers and assisted by Counsel Robert Notestine.
 
Citizens Input:
 
There was no citizen comment.
 
Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on July 2, 2009, Alderman Dugger seconded. Alderman Snyder recused himself from the vote. With no corrections, the minutes were approved by majority. Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander, Dugger, and Felts for, Alderman Snyder recused.
 
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for June 2009, Alderman Felts seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.
 
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
 
Planning Commission Chair Rick Owens reported for the Planning Commission.
 
  • Protocol for conducting meetings was discussed
  • BP Market sign was approved to remain as is
  • Staff will research double row parking on Nolensville Road
 
Historic Commission member Bob Crigger reported for the Historic Commission
 
  • Request to relocate Nolen Home was unanimously approved
 
Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department.
 
  • Continuing to perform day-to-day operations
  • Hose testing has been completed
 
Town Engineer reported for the Engineering Department
 
  • The removal of utilities is being performed at the intersection of Rocky Fork/Clovercroft/Nolensville Roads
  • Safe Route to School project is in the design phase
  • New pole with the stop sign has been installed the remaining signs will be installed when the street name signs are complete
  • Town Hall Project Manager proposal submittal deadline is the 14th of August
 
Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department
 
  • Written statistics were distributed, one Officer has been out on Medical Leave
  • COPS grant notification stated that Nolensville was not selected in the first round
  • Pictures of a joint mock school tragedy training with the Brentwood Police Department was shown to the Board
  • Encouraged everyone to lock their vehicles due to recent thefts from unlocked automobiles
  • McFarlin Road was damaged by the recent bad storms
  • Alderman Dugger inquired to purchasing taser guns with Drug Fund money
 
There was no report for the Town Events Committee
 
Mayor’s Report:
 
    1. MTAS Legislative Session
Mayor, Vice-Mayor and various staff attended a session reviewing new laws that affect Municipalities.
 
    1. Mayors Caucus
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean initiated a Mayor’s Caucus. Recently Mayor Lothers attended this informative meeting.
 
    1. Elected Official Academy
Mayor Lothers and Alderman Alexander attended portions of this Academy. Board members must attend these sessions to maintain the Three-Star program requirements. Mayor Lothers asked if the Board members would be interested in a “retreat” MTAS periodically conducts. The Board responded favorably.
 
    1. Other
Metro Water and Sewer met with the Mayor and various Town officials regarding the recent funding application. This was a productive meeting.
 
The Trees and Trails Committee is pursuing a Trees Grant. This is a 50% match grant and money has been set aside from years past. The Board reviewed a draft of the grant documents. The Mayor had copies of all the documents that had been prepared through the grant process for the Boards review.
 
Nolensville Municipal Judge James Petersen was named President of the Tennessee Judges Association.
 
Signage was discussed at the Planning Commission and Design Review Committee meetings. A field trip is being reviewed to evaluate the different laws that have been implemented in other cities.
 
Counsel Notestine stated that someone had obtained an Excavation Permit, which required posting a bond through the Town of Nolensville. The bond is required to assure the work is performed adequately. The permit holder did not repair pavement that he had destroyed and has refused to do the work. The bond is in the amount of $10,000. Counsel Notestine asked approval from the Board to file a suit against the bond company, in addition to the permit holder. Engineer Swartz added that the individual stated he did not care if the Town called the bond. Alderman Dugger made a motion to call the bond and file a suit if necessary, Alderman Alexander seconded. This was passed unanimously by the Board.
 
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve on second reading ordinance #09-10, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to Day Cares, Alderman Alexander seconded and this was approve unanimously.
 
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve on first reading, ordinance #09-11, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to Temporary Signs for new and/or relocated businesses in Appendix A, Alderman Felts seconded and this was approved unanimously on first reading.
 
First reading of ordinance #09-12, an ordinance to amend the Nolensville Municipal Code, Title 19, and add Chapter 2, in regards to Comcast Cable Franchise Agreement. Mayor Lothers stated that due to Comcast request she made a motion to defer until the September Board meeting, Alderman Dugger seconded and this deferral was passed unanimously.
 
Alderman Felts noted that after reviewing Engineer Swartz’s written recommendation for signs approaching the intersection at Dortch Lane and Oldham Drive he wanted to remove ordinance #09-13 from the Agenda. He stated that he did not wish to have the 3-way stop, but agreed with the Town Engineer’s recommendation. Counsel Notestine stated that warning signs may be installed without Board approval. Therefore, ordinance #09-13, an ordinance to amend the Nolensville Municipal Code, Title 15, Chapter 5, in regards to installation of a 3-way stop at Dortch Lane and Oldham Drive was removed from the agenda.
 
Other:
 
Alderman Dugger noted that he had been approached by Reverend Bennett about the current broken wheel logo and questioning if a broken wheel versus a whole wheel was the right symbol for the Town. Alderman Snyder stated that the Economic Development Committee is currently reviewing an updated broken wheel logo for the Town.
 
The meeting adjourned at 7:57 p.m. by acclamation.
 
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
 
 
 
Cindy Lancaster Beth Lothers
Town Recorder Mayor
2009-07 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: July 2, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. Members present were Mayor Beth Lothers, Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Ken Thomas. Staff present: In Counsel Robert Notestine’s absence Counsel Rob Hill was in attendance, Town Planner Henry Laird, Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 18 citizens present.
Alderman Ken Thomas led the Prayer and Pledge.
Citizens Input:
Mrs. Evelyn Bennett, 7181 Nolensville Road, invited anyone to park in the vacant parking lot beside the Bed and Breakfast for the 4th of July Celebration on Saturday.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on June 4, 2009, Alderman Thomas seconded. With no corrections, the minutes were approved unanimously. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for May 2009, Alderman Felts seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Planning Commission Chair Rick Owens reported for the Planning Commission.
• Dr. Harr’s revised Site Plan was approved
• There was discussion on a preliminary PUD at Catalina
• Bond report was unanimously approved with an bond extension’s given on Phase II of Nolen Park and Phase I Catalina
Historic Commission member Betty Friedlander reported for the Historic Commission
• A Certificate of Appropriateness was issued to Mill Creek Dental
• The Commission is reviewing colors
Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department
• Written quarterly report was submitted
• Currently involved in hose testing
Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department
• A grant obtained by the county, allowed Officer’s to obtain new radios
• The Self-Defense class was effective, but low attendance. Another class will be offered.
• Approximately 20 car break-ins last night around Dortch Lane

Alderman Ken Thomas reported for Town Events Committee
• Reminded the Board and audience the 4th Celebration would be held this Saturday, with the food court, giant inflatables, games, and judging of the homemade pie bake-off beginning at 5:00 p.m.
• Music and dancers will begin at 6:00
• Around 9:00-dusk, fireworks will begin
• Everyone was reminded to bring their flash lights, blankets, and chairs
Mayor’s Report:
a. Appointments
Mr. Pankaj Soni was nominated by the Mayor to serve on the Economic Development. The Board approved this nomination unanimously by acclamation.
Mayor Lothers nominated Mr. Jeff Hepler for the vacant position on the Planning Commission. Mr. Hepler currently serves on the Board of Construction Appeals, and holds a degree from Auburn University in Building Construction. The Board approved Mr. Hepler unanimously by acclamation.
b. Other
Mayor Lothers and various staff will be attending a conference on new legislation in regards to Municipalities on Tuesday.
Mayor Lothers recently attended an MTAS Session in Chattanooga.
Identity theft education, via the internet, will be viewed by staff on Wednesday, July 8, at Town Hall. The Board was invited to attend.
Public hearing of ordinance #09-10, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to Day Cares opened at 7:18, with no comment, the hearing closed at 7:18.
Public hearing, followed by the reading of resolution #09-19, a resolution adopting a Plan of Service for the annexation of a portion of parcel 101.04, map 033, adjacent to Haley Industrial Park opened at 7:18, with no public comment the hearing closed at 7:19. Alderman Thomas read a portion of the resolution. Alderman Dugger stated that due to his involvement, as real estate agent of this property, he would recuse himself from the discussion and vote on resolution #09-19.
Alderman Felts made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Thomas seconded. This resolution passed unanimously with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander, Felts, and Thomas in favor, and Alderman Dugger recused.
Second reading of ordinance #09-08, an ordinance to annex certain territory east of current corporate boundaries to Kidd Road behind Haley Industrial, submitted to the Board by the Planning Commission. Alderman Dugger stated that due to his involvement, as real estate agent of this property, he would recuse himself from the discussion and the vote on this ordinance. There was extensive discussion in regards to this ordinance with Alderman Alexander stating that he felt only the portion that is being zoned industrial should be annexed.

Counsel Hill advised the Board that if the proposed annexed area is changed it must go back to the Planning Commission, in addition to re-advertising of the annexation. A motion was made by Alderman Thomas to approve this ordinance, Alderman Felts seconded. This passed by majority with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander, Felts and Thomas for, Alderman Dugger recused. Other: It was noted that Mr. Don Swartz had not reported for the Engineering Department during the Committee Report segment.
Mr. Swartz reported to the Board.

  • Signalization is moving forward, with right of ways obtained
  • Safe Route to School has approved the environmental documents, currently waiting on notice to proceed with sidewalk and bike lanes from TDOT.
  • Town Hall structure is going through the value engineering process
Alderman Ken Thomas read a resignation letter to the Board, resigning from his position as Alderman, due to an out of state relocation of his company.
Mayor Lothers thanked him for everything he has done for the Town of Nolensville. The meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m. by acclamation.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster                     Beth Lothers
Town Recorder                       Mayor
2009-06 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: June 4, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. Members present were Mayor Beth Lothers, Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Ken Thomas. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 34 citizens present.
Pastor Roland Scruggs with Ebenezer Methodist Church led the Prayer and Pledge.
Citizens Input: Mr. Brian Snyder, 3153 Locust Hollow, noted that citizens in support of the Town Hall location have a petition that can be signed on the internet. Currently there are 139 signatures and 27 emails in support.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on May 7, 2009, Alderman Alexander seconded. Alderman Dugger made a motion to amend the minutes by adding, "Alderman Dugger sponsored a resolution proposing an alternate Town Hall site. Alderman Dugger suggested constructing a smaller building.” Alderman Felts seconded and the amendment was approved unanimously.
The minutes were approved unanimously as amended. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve the minutes from the Special Meeting on May 22, 2009, Alderman Dugger seconded. Alderman Felts stated that due to not attending that meeting he would recuse himself from the vote. The minutes were approved by majority, with all in favor and Alderman Felts recused. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for April 2009, Alderman Thomas seconded, and the report was approved unanimously.
COMMITTEE REPORTS: Planning Commission Chair Rick Owens reported for the Planning Commission.
Dr. Harr’s revised Site Plan was postponed
  • Zoning Ordinance amendment in regards to Day Care Centers was approved unanimously
  • Subdivision Regulations revision passed unanimously
  • Bond report was unanimously approved, with a reduction in Bent Creek Subdivision bond
Historic Commission member Bob Crigger reported for the Historic Commission.
  • Marie’s New and Used Treasurers sign was approved on May 28
Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department.
  • Four new member applications have been submitted to Department
  • Mr. Dale Lott addressed the Board in regards to the budget. He stated that the Fire Departments allocation was reduced. He asked for the Boards consideration due to the department providing a service by contract.
Mayor Lothers noted that every Department within the Town was asked to reduce their budget request.

Mayor Lothers requested that the Board, by acclamation, suspend the rules to address item “A” on the Agenda under Mayor’s Report. She noted that honorary members needed to leave early. The Board agreed by acclamation. Mayor’s Report:
a. Special Presentation to the Bennett’s
Mayor Lothers noted that Public Works employee, John Strasser, is very artistically gifted and has done numerous renderings involving Historic Nolensville. Alderman Dugger stated that prior to and during the Incorporation of Nolensville; the Bennett’s generously opened their home for numerous meetings. He added that words cannot express the gratitude of their generosity. Reverend and Mrs. Bennett were presented with an original painting by Artist John Strasser, of their “Home Place Bed and Breakfast” located at 7181 Nolensville Road.
Mrs. Bennett thanked Mr. Strasser for the wonderful painting. Reverend Bennett thanked everyone, adding adjacent to their home “Hyde Park”, in honor of Mrs. Evelyn Hyde Bennett, is being created.
Engineer Don Swartz reported for the Engineering Department
  • Signalization at Nolensville and Rocky Fork Roads is moving forward
  • Right of way easements are currently being obtained for this intersection
Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department.
  • A recent tragic wreck resulted in a fatality, Nolensville has had two traffic fatalities in past two months
  • Officers completed fire arms training with hand guns, shot gun training will be held next week
  • A free Women’s Rape Defense Class will be held on June 13, from 9:00 to 12:00 at the former Nolensville Elementary School for women 16 years of age and up
Chair Suzie Lindsey reported for the Town Events Committee
  • Banner was installed announcing the 4th of July Celebration
  • Sponsorship from over 25 Businesses, Churches and Volunteers
  • Pyro-Shows will be performing the fire works show
  • Three years ago there were three volunteers, this year there are over 100
Mayor’s Report:
b. Other
Mayor Lothers attended a Public Safety Task Force meeting held by County Mayor Anderson.
Mayor Lothers noted that the Senate had passed the bill to release funding in regards to the Sewer Project and an interlocal agreement with Metro will be forthcoming. Public hearing of ordinance #09-08, an ordinance to annex certain territory east of current corporate boundaries to Kidd Road behind Haley Industrial opened at 7:52. With no public comment the hearing closed at 7:52.

Second reading of ordinance #09-05, an ordinance to adopt a Budget for fiscal year 2009-2010, Alderman Felts made a motion to approve this ordinance, Mayor Lothers seconded.
Alderman Felts had concerns that a property tax increase is being implemented and the Fire, Police and Public Works funding is being decreased. He noted that it concerned him that a Police Officer’s salary was being omitted and the Officer was not sure he would be deployed for active duty.
Mayor Lothers stated that the line item includes his salary until his anticipated departure. She reiterated that a COPS Grant had been applied for and if this does not go through she would sponsor a budget amendment.
Alderman Thomas stated that there were $224,000 request submitted that did not get included in the budget.
Alderman Dugger stated that the Budget Committee felt the tax increase was needed to stop the “bleeding”. He noted that the Town has had to dip into savings this past year and some employee positions were not replaced after leaving for other employment. Mrs. Carla Ediger, Budget Committee member, added that in the memo sent initially to various Departments an appeal was made that a 15% reduction be obtained in their budget request. Alderman Dugger added that reductions were made in the Engineering Department-11%, Police Department-16%, Codes Department-41%, and Planning Department-2% and staff has been asked to go without a raise this year. Mayor Lothers stated that in the budget although revenue was down there was a savings of 1.83% in expenditures.
The vote was taken and Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander, Dugger, and Thomas voted in favor of the budget ordinance, Alderman Felts voted against. Ordinance 09-05 passed by majority.
Second reading of ordinance #09-06, an ordinance to amend Title 19, of the Municipal Code of the Town of Nolensville to add Chapter 2, granting franchise to Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Incorporated, Alderman Dugger made a motion for approval, Alderman Alexander seconded. This ordinance passed unanimously.
Second reading of ordinance #09-07, an ordinance establishing procedures for public inspection of, access to and duplication of public records under the Tennessee public records act, Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Thomas seconded and this was approved unanimously.
Alderman Felts made a motion to approve ordinance #09-09 on first reading, an ordinance to amend Title 15, Chapter 3, of the Municipal Code of the Town of Nolensville pertaining to speed limits, Alderman Thomas seconded. This ordinance was approved unanimously.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve on first reading ordinance #09-10, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, as it pertains to Day Cares, Alderman Felts seconded, and this passed unanimously.
Other:
The meeting adjourned at 8:35 p.m. by acclamation.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster                            Beth Lothers
Town Recorder                              Mayor
2009-05 Special BOMA
Town of Nolensville
Special Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting
Date: May 22, 2009, Time 10:00 a.m.
Nolensville Town Hall Conference Room
 
 
 
Members Present: Mayor Beth Lothers, Aldermen Tommy Dugger, Jimmy Alexander, Ken Thomas
Member Absent: Alderman Larry Felts
Staff Members Present: Attorney Bob Notestine and Acting Recorder Cathi Little
 
Citizens Present: 1
 
The meeting was called to order at 10:21 a.m.
 
Vice Mayor Dugger led the Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance.
 
Attorney Robert Notestine reviewed Draft 2A of the Purchase and Sale Agreement to purchase real property from Tisano Nolensville, LLC.
 
A brief recess was taken at 10:40 a.m. The meeting resumed at 10:48 a.m.
 
Attorney Notestine continued reviewing Draft 2A of the Agreement.
 
Alderman Jimmy Alexander made a motion to give Mayor Lothers the authority to sign the Purchase and Sale Agreement in substantial compliance with Draft 2A and changes that the Board recommended today. Alderman Ken Thomas seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
 
The meeting was adjourned at 12:30 p.m.
 
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
 
 
 
Cathi Little Beth Lothers
Acting Recorder Mayor
2009-05 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: May 7, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m.
Members present were Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Ken Thomas. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 49 citizens present.
Pastor Joe Stegall with Providence Baptist Fellowship Church led the Prayer and Pledge.
Citizens Input:
Mrs. Evelyn Bennett, 7181 Nolensville Road, stated that there was a sign placed on her property that said a liquor store would be coming to that location. She told the audience that there was not a liquor or fireworks store coming to that location. Mrs. Bennett said that she did not put the sign there and did not know how it got on her property. She further noted that the mark of a mature person is to sit down and work out disagreements.
Mr. Aubrey Short, 803 Rockwood Drive, said that he spoke to the Planning Commission earlier this month. He stated that none of the original founders wanted a City Hall at the proposed locations. Mr. Short stated that when the Incorporation Committee formed they had five visions and they should be the same visions in 2009. He added his opinion was that Nolensville did not need a 16,000 square foot Town Hall.
Mr. Gardner Jones, 700 Cromwell Court, stated that he opposed resolution 09-13 and 09-14 and urged the Board to be more frugal. He stated that a vote in favor of this would not be good. He ask the Board to reconsider the plan and come back with better, less expensive options.
Mr. Parman Henry, 7323 Nolensville Road, stated that he had sat where the Board is due to previously holding an Alderman position. Mr. Henry suggested to buy a vacant lot and wait to see what the economy is going to do prior to building.
Mr. Harold Shaffer, 2030 Williams Road, stated that agreed with Mr. Henry in regards to finding a piece of property. He stated that he hasn’t talked to anyone that is in agreement that Town Hall should be in the previous Piggly Wiggly. Mr. Shaffer said it was his opinion the property beside the Post Office would be best. Mr. Shaffer inquired about the numbering of the Agenda items noting that #16 and #19 are approval to purchase property for Town Hall.
Ms. Mary McGowan, 9908 Sam Donald Road, stated that she has known Mrs. Bennett for 50 years and felt it was impolite to ring a bell on her. She stated that she did not believe Nolensville could keep up a building, telephone system, heating and electric on a Town Hall. Ms. McGowan said that “we don’t know what the federal government is going to do and Nolensville has been here for 200 years”. She said that she use to be in Real Estate and the Town can progress slowly. She further added that you need to fix what you got before you go buy something else.
Mrs. Lynda Moses, 2230 Rock Springs Road, thanked Alderman Dugger for getting the land for half price. She stated that County Commissioner Houston Naron said that they are having to cut back (the County). Mrs. Moses claimed that he said that both the Recreation Center and this Elementary School were offered to the Mayor and she did not want it. She stated that a year ago we started taking notes. Mrs. Moses said that she has been a property owner for a long time and has learned to keep good records. Mayor Lothers clarified that she has had ongoing conversations with the County. She noted that Nolensville has supported the Fire Department by the Board approving to assist in paying for an expansion to the building and the Town does not own it. Mayor Lothers added that this Board is supporting the Williamson County Recreation Center with funding and the Town will not own it. She stated that to be fiscally responsible the town must purchase what will be owned by the Town.
Ms. Susan Bala, ll33 Oak Creek Drive, thanked the Board for all that they do. She read a letter that she had sent to the Board. Ms. Bala stated that she was in favor of a new city hall, although had another idea for the Board to consider. Ms. Bala added that this idea had been conveyed to the Board.
Mr. Jason Alexander, 844 Cranberry Drive, stated that Alderman Alexander was his father and has disagreed with him often. Mr. Alexander stated that he had served on Metro’s City Council for 8 long years. He stated that there was a civil rights situation that tore the Council apart, noting that a final vote was 18 to 18. Mr. Alexander added that the Mayor made the final decision and the issue was done. The City moved forward and was better for it. Mr. Alexander asked that this Board make a decision and move forward.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on April 2, 2009, Alderman Thomas seconded. The minutes were approved unanimously. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve the minutes from the Beer Board Meeting on April 2, 2009, Alderman Alexander seconded. The Beer Board minutes were approved unanimously. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for March 2009, Alderman Felts seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.
COMMITTEE REPORTS: Planning Commission Member Willis Wells reported for the Planning Commission.
  • Annexation property adjacent to Haley Industrial Park was approved
  • Bond report was unanimously approved
Secretary Betty Friedlander reported for the Historic Commission
  • This Commission is reviewing colors for exterior buildings
Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department.
  • A Maze Trailer has been completed
  • Hose testing has been performed
  • Currently working with Police Chief Rigsby on a special project
Engineer Don Swartz reported for the Engineering Department
  • First phase of Rocky Fork Road and Newsome Lane has been completed
  • Second phase of the realignment of Rocky Fork Road is signalization
Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department.
  • Written statistics were distributed to the Board
  • Annual fire arms training will be next week for all Officers
  • Officer Lee recently lost his father to cancer, keep him in your thoughts
Alderman Thomas reported for the Town Events Committee
  • Reviewing bands to perform at the 4th of July celebration
  • The Car Show was completed successfully
Chair Jason Patrick reported for the Economic Development Committee
  • Recently attended a workshop led by “Consumer Connections”
  • A representative for retailers, that searches retail locations, was a guest
  • An action plan has been initiated for this Committee
  • Working to get current retail in Nolensville involved to have a “unified” effort
 
Mayor’s Report:
a. Other
County Mayor Anderson conducted a meeting regarding the flu virus. The concern is during the fall season. A countywide plan is being implemented. Additionally, Mayor Anderson has asked Mayor Lothers to serve on a Public Safety Commission.
Mr. Joel Goehner with American Constructors was in attendance to answer questions from the Board in regards to the construction of Town Hall. Engineer Swartz noted that this company reviewed and reported the comparison construction cost for the two proposed sites.
Alderman Alexander obtained clarification that the cost difference would be approximately $504,000, plus the cost of the land at approximately $200,000, building of the road cost, and then a determination from TDEC would be necessary. Engineer Swartz noted that a letter was received from Mr. Tom Allen that a wet weather conveyance would not need buffering, but clarified that TDEC must make a determination prior to confirming this information. Mr. Goehner agreed with Alderman Alexander’s financial comments.
There was extensive discussion on the comparison of each location, property on Oldham Drive (adjacent to the Post Office) and the property at 7240 Nolensville Road (previous Piggly Wiggly). The newly constructed Fairview City Hall was discussed.
There were questions directed to Mr. Goehner determining the process of the cost analysis. He noted that each estimate was on an average scenario. He stated that major issues with either property were not taken into consideration.
Public hearing of ordinance #09-05, an ordinance to adopt a Budget for fiscal year 2009-2010 opened at 8:17, with no public comment the hearing closed at 8:17.

Second reading of ordinance #09-03, an ordinance to amend Municipal Code Title 15, regarding the speed limit in the town limits of Nolensville. Alderman Alexander made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Felts seconded and this was approved unanimously.
Second reading of ordinance #09-04, an ordinance to amend Municipal Code Title 7, Chapter 3, and Title 12, Chapter 11 of the Municipal Code pertaining to the Fire Sprinkler inspections and International Property Maintenance Code. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Thomas seconded and this was approved unanimously.
First reading of ordinance #09-06, an ordinance to amend Title 19, of the Municipal Code of the Town of Nolensville to add Chapter 2, granting franchise to Piedmont Natural Gas Company. Counsel Notestine addressed this ordinance. Alderman Dugger made a motion to amend the ordinance to end the portion “within the town”, and remove an attached exhibit, and the approval date will be by the Tennessee Regulatory Board, Mayor Lothers seconded. The vote was taken on the amendment and this passed unanimously. Alderman Felts made a motion to approve this ordinance as amended, Alderman Dugger seconded and this was approved unanimously.
First reading of ordinance #09-07, an ordinance establishing procedures for public inspection of, access to and duplication of public records under the Tennessee Public Records Act. Counsel Notestine advised the Board that the State of Tennessee formed a committee to review copying and duplication of public records and this is a result of that Committees recommendation. Alderman Alexander made a motion to amend to read “per copied page”, Alderman Dugger seconded and this was approved unanimously. Alderman Thomas made a motion to approve this ordinance as amended, Alderman Alexander seconded and this was approved unanimously.
First reading of ordinance #09-08, an ordinance to annex certain territory east of current corporate boundaries to Kidd Road behind Haley Industrial. Alderman Dugger noted that he would be recusing himself from this discussion and vote due to being the real estate agent for this property. Alderman Alexander stated that he would move forward, but wants the 50’ flag to be reviewed. Alderman Alexander made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Felts seconded and this was approved by majority with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander, Felts and Thomas for, and Alderman Dugger recused. Mayor Lothers ask that agenda item #21 be moved up on the agenda for discussion. The Board agreed by acclamation to move this item down to become agenda item #20.
Alderman Dugger asked that the Board suspend the rules and review Resolution #09-13 and Resolution #09-16 simultaneously. The Board agreed by acclamation.
Reading of resolution #09-13, a resolution to enter into an agreement for the purchase of unimproved property to construction Town Hall and Reading of resolution #09-16, a resolution to enter into an agreement for the purchase of unimproved property to construct Town Hall at approximately 925 Oldham Drive.
The two resolutions were discussed extensively reflecting on “Pros and Cons” of each proposed location.
 
In regards to resolution #09-13, Alderman Dugger made a motion to offer $300,000 for the property, this motion died for a lack of a second.

Alderman Thomas made a motion to approve resolution #09-13, Mayor Lothers seconded. The vote was taken with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander and Thomas for, Aldermen Dugger and Felts against. The resolution passed by majority.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve resolution #09-16, Alderman Felts seconded. The vote was taken with Aldermen Dugger and Felts for, Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander and Thomas against. This resolution failed.
Reading of resolution #09-14, a resolution to initiate the bid process to construct a Town Hall and authorize official construction plans, Alderman Thomas made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Alexander seconded. The vote was taken with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander and Thomas for, Aldermen Dugger and Felts against. This resolution passed by majority.
Reading of resolution #09-15, a resolution to implement “all-way” stops within Ballenger Farms Subdivision. Engineer Swartz discussed this resolution. Alderman Dugger asked that staff review this intersection in one year and Alderman Felts requested that a study be performed at the intersection of Dortch and Oldham.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Felts seconded and this passed unanimously. Reading of resolution #09-17, a resolution to enter into an Interlocal Cooperation Act with the Tennessee Municipal Risk Management and the Town of Nolensville. Counsel Notestine explained this resolution. Mayor Lothers made a motion to pass this resolution, Alderman Thomas seconded and this resolution passed unanimously.
Reading of resolution #09-18, a resolution to name a road within the Town of Nolensville, Mayor Lothers made a motion to amend by changing the name to Nolensville Park Road, Alderman Dugger seconded. This amendment passed unanimously. Alderman Felts made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Alexander seconded and this was approved unanimously as amended.
First reading of ordinance #09-09, an ordinance to amend Title 15, Chapter 3, of the Municipal Code of the Town of Nolensville pertaining to speed limits. Engineer Swartz discussed this ordinance. Alderman Alexander made a motion to amend, by changing the road name to Nolensville Park Road, Alderman Felts seconded. The amendment passed unanimously. Alderman Alexander made a motion to approve this ordinance as amended, Alderman Felts seconded and this was approved unanimously.
Other:
Mayor Lothers noted that she and staff would be attending a funding meeting at the State tomorrow pertaining to sewer in the historic area. The meeting adjourned at 10:29 p.m. by acclamation.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster                         Beth Lothers
Town Recorder                           Mayor
2009-04 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: April 2, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m.
Members present were Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Ken Thomas. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 48 citizens present.
Mr. Willis Wells led the Prayer and Pledge.
Citizens Input:
Mr. Charles Lawson, 2531 York Road, said that normally City Halls are off by themselves. He distributed a written document to the Board and was opposed to Town Hall being built at the proposed location.
Ms. Mary McGowan, 9908 Sam Donald Road, said that the Town should look outside the box and spoke in opposition of a Town Hall. Mrs. Kay Burns, owner of Williamson Grocery, stated that the town did not need to raise taxes. She further stated that she would like to see Town Hall be built in the downtown area.
Mrs. Wanda Barker, 7372 Nolensville Road, stated that she is a real estate agent and just recently had people moving to the area looked at Nolensville to purchase a home. Mrs. Barker was in favor of the Town Hall at this location.
Mr. Larry Gardner, 2536 York Road, stated a Town Hall is needed, but not at this time. He was in opposition of constructing a Town Hall in the Shopping Center location.
Reverend Alfred Bennett, 7186 Nolensville Road, stated to be careful of what you want you may get it.
Mrs. Lynda Moses, 2230 Rocky Fork Road, stated a fact sheet was on the web-site, although in her opinion was one-sided. She read a lengthy document to the Board. She stated that if Town Hall had been handled in a different way people would have respected it.
Mr. John Kerr, 908 Timberside, said that the Town is in need of a larger Town Hall and suggested to look at Alderman Duggers proposal. He was in opposition of Town being built in the Shopping Center. Alderman Felts made a motion to approve the minutes from the Special Meeting on February 27, 2009, Alderman Thomas seconded. The minutes were approved unanimously.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on March 5, 2009, Alderman Alexander seconded. The minutes were approved unanimously with Mayor Lothers recusing herself from the vote due to her absence.

Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for February 2009, Alderman Dugger seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Chair Rick Owens reported for the Planning Commission.
  • Bob Haines was elected as Secretary
  • McFarlin Woods bond reduction and remaining bond report was unanimously approved
  • Study committee on regulating cell towers was formed
Chair Wanda Barker reported for the Historic Commission
  • United Telephone Company roof was approved with conditions
  • Nolensville Feed Mill sign permit was approved
  • Officers were elected with Wanda Barker as Chair, Joshua Hughes Co-Chair and Betty Friedlander Secretary
Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department.
  • Distributed written report to the Board
Engineering Department
  • No report due to Engineer Swartz’s absence
Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department.
  • First traffic fatality in Nolensville occurred recently
  • Commended Officer Lee on recent conviction of a class D Felony in domestic incident
Alderman Thomas reported for the Town Events Committee
  • Reminded everyone of the Car Show scheduled for April 25th
  • Fourth of July Celebration preparation is ongoing
  • New children’s games will be added this year
Alderman Dugger reminded everyone to come to the pancake breakfast sponsored by the Lion’s Club and the Buttercup Festival this Saturday from 9:00 to 5:00. Alderman Alexander announced that April 15 and 16 there will be an Economic Development workshop. Anyone is invited to attend. Mr. Chuck Markett with the TVA will be the moderator.
Mayor’s Report:
a. Appointments
Mr. Kevin Theis, 2011 Artesian Drive will be serving on the Trails and Trees Committee.
Mr. Jeff Hepler lives in Winterset Woods will be on the Construction Board of Appeals.
Jennifer Sturtevant, who lives in Nolen Park, will serve on the Economic Development Committee.
b. MTAS/TML Proclamation
Mayor Lothers noted that a proclamation was presented to MTAS celebrating their 60th year in operation.
c. Other
Thursday, April 16, at 7:00 p.m. financing in regards to the sewer project will be discussed with the Historic Nolensville Development Association.
Mr. Bob Hayes attended an Emergency Recovery Meeting that United Way and Red Cross sponsored to coordinate recovery efforts from a tornado, fire, or any other disaster.
Mayor Lothers attended a seminar with Marsha Blackburn to discuss stimulus money.
Mayor Lothers hosted the Tourism Bureau of Williamson County to keep them informed on Nolensville.
Second reading of ordinance #08-13, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, pertaining to the issues of allowing gravel surface private roads within the Town of Nolensville, Alderman Alexander made a motion to approve this ordinance on second reading, Alderman Thomas seconded and this was approved unanimously.
First reading of ordinance #09-03, an ordinance to amend Municipal Code Title 15, regarding the speed limit of Nolensville, Tennessee. A memo was presented to the Board by Town Engineer Don Swartz and Police Chief Rigsby. Alderman Thomas made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded this was approved unanimously.
First reading of ordinance #09-04, an ordinance to amend Municipal Code Title 7, Chapter 3, and Title 12, Chapter 11 of the Municipal Code pertaining to Fire Sprinkler inspections and the International Property Maintenance Code. Building Official Michael Blanks was in attendance and answered questions from the Board. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Felts seconded, and this was approved on first reading unanimously. First reading of ordinance #09-05, an ordinance to adopt a Budget for fiscal year 2009-2010. Budget Committee Chair David Rowland addressed the board noting there was a proposed request to increase property tax from .06 to .15.
Alderman Felts inquired to the Police Department budget noting that Officer Lee would be on military leave. He asked if this position would be filled. Mayor Lothers stated that the Town will be applying for a COPS grant. If this is not approved she will propose a budget amendment. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve the ordinance on first reading, Alderman Dugger seconded this motion. The vote was taken and this passed on first reading by majority with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander, Dugger, and Thomas for, Alderman Felts against.

Reading of resolution #09-12, a resolution to approve an updated zoning map for the Town of Nolensville. Planner Laird explained this resolution. Alderman Alexander made a motion to approve this resolution, Mayor Lothers seconded, and this was approved unanimously.
Reading of resolution #09-13, a resolution to enter into an agreement for the purchase of unimproved property to construction Town Hall. Alderman Alexander made a motion to suspend the rules so that Resolution 09-16, which was on the Agenda Addendum, could be reviewed simultaneously with this Resolution. The Board agreed to suspend the rules by acclamation.
The Board had extensive discussion in regards to the two resolutions and Town Hall sites. After further discussion Alderman Alexander recommended that both resolutions be deferred until both locations could be reviewed for cost comparison.
Alderman Dugger stated that the Town needs to get a price on each location so that an educated decision can be made. Mayor Lothers stated that if it is the Board’s wishes and they give her the authority to hire someone so that a cost estimate may be presented to the Board for each location.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to defer resolutions #09-13, #09-14, and #09-16, indefinitely, Mayor Lothers seconded and this was passed unanimously. Reading of resolution #09-15, a resolution to implement “all-way” stops within Ballenger Farms Subdivision.
Chief Rigsby discussed this resolution with the Board. After discussion Mayor Lothers made a motion to defer until Engineer Swartz was back to discuss further with the Board, Alderman Dugger seconded, and this resolution was deferred unanimously.
Other: The meeting adjourned at 9:55 p.m. by acclamation.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster                    Beth Lothers
Town Recorder                      Mayor
2009-03 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: March 5, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School
Vice-Mayor Tommy Dugger opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. Members present were Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Larry Felts, and Ken Thomas. Mayor Lothers was absent. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 33 citizens present.
Alderman Ken Thomas led the Prayer and Pledge.
Citizens Input:
Mrs. Evelyn Bennett, 7186 Nolensville Road, announced the first Saturday in April the Buttercup Festival will be held. She noted that proceeds will go to assist in providing sewer to the downtown area.
Mr. Harold Shafer, 2030 Williams Road, read a letter from Mr. Aubrey Short at 803 Rockwood Drive. The letter was in opposition for the proposed Town Hall project and the debt load that it will bring to the Town.
Mr. Harold Shafer, 2030 Williams Road, read a letter that he composed in regards to the Town Hall project. He said that he agreed with some of the pros and cons. He said that it was opinion that this is the wrong decision made by BOMA.
Mrs. Lynda Moses, Rock Springs Road, stated that she disagrees with the Town Hall project. She said that she would like to see a free-standing building.
Mr. Parman Henry, 7323 Nolensville Road, stated that he was the first Vice-Mayor of Nolensville. He stated that he was opposed to the Town Hall project and the Town needs to step back, look, and see what the future brings.
Alderman Thomas stated that there are a lot of different opinions in regards to Town Hall. He added that it was his opinion if people were poled we would find the majority would be for this project. He further advised that everyone is entitled to their opinion, but we need to be very careful on the words that are used.
Alderman Alexander stated that when there are meetings and people speak it may appear that the Board does not listen and that is totally not the case. He noted that due to the various opinions of the Special Meeting a workshop is going to be held to review this project once again.
Alderman Felts made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on February 5, 2009, Vice-Mayor Dugger seconded. The minutes were approved unanimously.
Vice-Mayor Dugger made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for January 2009, Alderman Thomas seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Chair Rick Owens reported for the Planning Commission.
• 7437 Nolensville Road rezoning request was withdrawn.
• Monthly bond report was unanimously approved
Mr. Bob Crigger reported for the Historic Commission
• Noted there was no report
Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department.
• After a positive background check, three members will be added
• Invited everyone to view web-site www.nolensvillefire.com
• Explorers Post will be in a competition with other Explorer Post
Engineering Department
• Contract for Civil Contractors to construct signalization was approved
• Easements are currently being prepared
Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department.
• Written statistics were distributed to the Board
• Investigations are ongoing
Chair Suzie Lindsey reported for the Town Events Committee
• Will meet on Monday
• Antique and Classic Car Show scheduled for April 25
• Choice Automotive will be one among many sponsors
• Music will be provided by a DJ
• Ongoing work is being performed on the July 4th Celebration
• Lion’s Club Pancake Breakfast will be on April 25th also
Mayor’s Report:
a. Appointments
Due to Mayor Lothers absence the appointments will be made at the next meeting.
b. Other
Vice Mayor Dugger noted that the Budget Committee would be meeting tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. and the public is invited. Vice Mayor Dugger noted that a workshop is being planned for next week. It was agreed by the Board that Thursday, March 12, at 6:30 would be a tentative date for this workshop.

Counsel Notestine said that this workshop has been scheduled to look at the overall Town Hall project. He added that it has been discussed to review a possible bid process and this will make sure the Board is being good stewards of city funds.
Public hearing of ordinance #08-13, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, pertaining to the issues of allowing gravel surface private roads within the Town of Nolensville opened at 7:36.
Planner Laird went over this ordinance. There was no public comment and the public hearing was closed at 7:37. Second reading of ordinance #09-01, an ordinance to amend Municipal Code Title 8, Chapter 1, regarding the beer law of Nolensville, Tennessee.
Counsel Notestine noted this is a housekeeping ordinance. Alderman Felts made a motion to pass this ordinance on second reading, Alderman Alexander seconded, and this passed unanimously.
Second reading of ordinance #09-02, an ordinance to amend Municipal Code Title 8, Chapter 2, regarding the liquor law of Nolensville, Tennessee. Counsel Notestine explained this ordinance noting that this creates a new section within the Municipal Code that allows liquor by the drink. He noted that although the Board is passing this ordinance, the State regulates liquor by the drink within the Town of Nolensville. Alderman Felts made a motion to pass this ordinance on second reading, Alderman Alexander seconded, and this passed unanimously.
Other:
Alderman Felt’s state that previously he was going to discuss the cell phone towers, although he was informed that the Planning Commission would be having a workshop to discuss this issue. He said that he would wait until this meeting was over before commenting.
Alderman Thomas stated that he feels a community will disagree, but then have respect for one another and for the process. He said that we should all speak in such ways that are factual and have the utmost integrity. The meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m. by acclamation.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster                     Walter T. Dugger, III
Town Recorder                      Vice-Mayor
2009-02 Special BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen Special Meeting
Date: February 27, 2009, Time 6:30 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School
Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 6:30 p.m. Members present were Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Ken Thomas. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 55 citizens present.
Alderman Ken Thomas led the Prayer and Pledge.
Mayor Lothers presented a plan that was created by Michael Hindman Architect. She went over the various accounts the Town currently utilizes. Mayor Lothers noted that the Adequate Facilities account would be used to purchase a Town Hall, although when leasing a facility money would have to come from General Fund. She noted the purchase of the land and facility was projected at 3.4 million, although the resolution allowed the board leverage by allowing up to 4 million to be borrowed.
CITIZEN COMMENT:
Mr. Jack Inman, 2552 York Road, stated that he was concerned the Town is moving too fast and was opposed to purchasing a building. Although it was his opinion more space was needed, Mr. Inman stated it was his opinion that the Town should continue to lease space.
Mr. Bryan Snyder, Locust Hollow, stated that he was a proponent of this Town Hall facility and urged the board to vote tonight in favor of this site and not to defer.
Mrs. Lynda Moses, 2230 Rock Springs Road, said that it was her opinion that Town Hall needs more space but is adamantly opposed to the proposed site.
Mr. John Curan, 908 Timberside Drive, stated that he understood there is a need for more space, but does not think this money needs to be spent. His opinion was that a building could be built for less.
Mr. Bryan Truman, 3232 Locust Hollow, stated that he thinks a Town hall is needed and this is a good idea. He stated that he would recommend the vote for this Town Center concept.
Mr. Larry Gardner, 2536 York Road, stated that the Town needs a Town Hall, but this needs to be put off for a while. Mr. Gardner’s opinion was to take a hard study on this issue.
Mr. Joe Curtsinger, 7380 Nolensville Road, stated his opinion as being another Town Hall Committee should reconvene to look at options.
Mr. Steve Bosch, 2506 Rocky Fork Road, stated that this Board needs to be pro-active instead of reactive. He said that he agreed with Mr. Snyder and it is a beautiful, good solution. He supports this plan and hopes others will too.
Ms. Mary McGowan, 9908 Sam Donald Road, appeared to be opposed, although asked the Board to buy ten acres that she currently owns. Ms. McGowan commented to take care of sewers first. Mrs. Cindy Arnold, 878 Dortch Lane, is excited about this project and asked the Board to support this wonderful idea.

Mr. Richard Stewart, 5644 Cloverby Drive, noted he was a Brentwood resident, but wanted to Board to know he was in favor of this idea. He told the Board it was an opportunity to be different.
Mr. Ken Norman, 4604 Sawmill Place, thanked the Board for their service and was in favor of this endeavor.
Ms. Susan Bala, 1133 Oak Creek Drive, stated she is excited about this project and hopes that the Board will move forward with this project.
Reading of resolution #09-08 a resolution to enter into an agreement to purchase real property from Tisano Nolensville, LLC. Counsel Notestine noted that this is a real estate purchase agreement and is not a construction project. Counsel Notestine went over revisions that he recommended to the Board. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Thomas seconded.
There was extensive discussion on the Town Hall project. Mayor Lothers asked if there was anymore discussion and made a motion to amend the contract with Counsels recommendations, Alderman Thomas seconded. The vote was taken for the amendment with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander and Thomas for the amendment, Aldermen Dugger and Felts were against.
After more discussion Alderman Dugger stated that he did not feel this is the right time to build a Town Hall in the area that it is proposed and made a motion to defer for thirty days.
Mayor Lothers stated that there was a motion currently on the floor that needs to be voted on. Counsel Notestine agreed. The vote was taken with passage as amended by majority vote with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander and Thomas for and Aldermen Dugger and Felts against.
Reading of resolution #09-09, a resolution to enter into a loan agreement for Nolensville Town Hall. Mr. Chad Jenkins, Deputy Director, with the Tennessee Municipal League was in attendance to answer questions from the Board. He stated that there are three resolutions before the Board that have been previously discussed at a workshop. He noted that the four-million was a recommendation by TML so that the Board could make the final decision to go higher or lower on the amount.
Alderman Thomas made a motion to approve this resolution, Mayor Lothers seconded. Mayor Lothers made a motion to amend to 3.5 million. After discussion Mayor Lothers withdrew her motion. The vote was taken on the original motion, and approved by majority vote with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander and Thomas for and Aldermen Dugger and Felts against.
Reading of resolution #09-10, a resolution to approve a loan agreement for Nolensville Town Hall. Counsel Notestine stated that this is a preliminary step that authorizes the Mayor to sign the agreement.
Alderman Dugger asked for the interest rate cap? Mr. Jenkins stated that the obligation is what the Town is bound to and the pool is a variable rate. He stated that the bond fund goes to market and proceeds are used to provide loans to cities and counties in the state and the rate is the daily rate that the bonds are traded. Mr. Jenkins noted that since 2001 the rate averages 2.53.
Alderman Thomas noted that the Town based the rate on 5%. Mr. Jenkins stated that TML encourages to budget at 5%. TML goes to the market on behalf of the city and that is shared among the parties.

Alderman Thomas made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Alexander seconded. This was passed by majority vote with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander and Thomas for and Aldermen Dugger and Felts against.
Reading of resolution #09-11, a resolution expressing official intent that certain expenditures to be reimbursed from proceeds of notes, bonds, or other indebtedness to be issued by the Town of Nolensville. Mr. Jenkins stated that this resolution is somewhat of an insurance policy. He stated that if it is not adopted you cannot go back and adopt it after the process has begun.
Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Alexander seconded, and this passed by majority vote with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander and Thomas for and Aldermen Dugger and Felts against.
The meeting was adjourned at 9:47 p.m.
Respectfully submitted, Approved,
Cindy Lancaster                          Beth Lothers
Town Recorder                            Mayor
2009-02 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen
Meeting Date: February 5, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.
Nolensville Elementary School

Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:00p.m. Members present were Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Ken Thomas. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Consulting Engineers with Florence and Hutchinson, Bobby Garland and Kevin Cagle, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were18 citizens present.

Pastor Steve Durham with Radnor Baptist Church led the Prayer and Pledge.
Citizens Input:
There was no citizen comment.
Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on January 8,

2009, Alderman Felts seconded. The minutes were approved unanimously.

Alerman Felts made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for December 2008, Mayor Lothers seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Vice-Chair Willis Wells reported for the Planning Commission.

•Officers were elected and remained the same
•Mill Creek restoration project was discussed
•Monthly bond report was approved with amendments
•Future development was discussed
Betty Friedlander reported for the Historic Commission
•Noted there was no report
Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department.
•Academic training has been ongoing
•Lost nine members in 2008 and gained four with a total loss of five
Engineering Department
•In Mr. Swartz absence he submitted a written report to the Board
Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department.
•Written statistics were distributed to the Board
•Sold surplus state awarded DUI offender vehicle for $1,700
•Attending Chief’s Association Meeting in Nashville
•Will partner with Brentwood for In-house training
•Letter of congratulations was received from Brentwood Chief for Chief Rigsby school attendance and graduation
Chair Suzie Lindsey reported for the Town Events Committee

•This Committee has met twice
•Working on July 4th event
•Antique and Classic Car Show will be held on April 25th
Mayor’s Report:

a.Other
Mayor Lothers noted that consideration needs to be given to name the Old Rocky Fork Road.

Mayor Lothers stated that the architect plans are in for Town Hall and a workshop will be

scheduled for the Board to review these documents.

Mayor Lothers stated that a Special Meeting will be scheduled to authorize funding for Town
Hall.

Second reading of ordinance #08-16, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09,
pertaining to the permitted special event issues within the Town of Nolensville

Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve with an amendment that was recommended by staff as follows: In the 5th Whereas in the preamble remove “relates to”, and amend E. Meals: to E.
Meals: Meal service shall be restricted to patrons of the special events only; and, must meet all applicable codes related to on-site food preparation, if applicable. Alderman Thomas seconded and this ordinance passed unanimously as amended.

Second reading hearing of ordinance #08-17, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09,  pertaining to the zoning for day care centers within the Town of Nolensville. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded and this was approved unanimously.

Second reading on ordinance #08-14, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance 04-09, pertaining to the common driveways, and permitting flag type lots. Town Planner Henry Laird submitted a written memo noting changes that the Planning Commission recommended to this ordinance.   Recommended amendment is in italic/bold print as follows:

3.4.8 Common Driveways A. In the Estate Residential district development, Urban Residential and Suburban Residential districts no more than two (2) residential lots may take access from a common driveway. The driveway shall be in an easement with a minimum width of 50 feet and require that property owners share in the expenses for maintenance of the driveway. B. All driveways approved under this section must comply with Section 5 of the International Fire Code, most recent edition adopted by the Town, for standards for fire apparatus access roads.

(Item C. deleted.) SECTION 3: Add a new article number 3.4.10 to read as follows: All new gravel surface driveways or gravel private roads shall have a paved apron at the connection with a public road; apron to be paved from the existing pavement edge of public road to the property line, a minimum pavement length of twenty (20) feet and have a minimum ten (10) feet radius. This requirement also applies to existing gravel driveways or private roads that add new lots that share the driveways or private roads.
Alderman Alexander made a motion to approve this ordinance, with the recommended
amendments, Alderman Thomas seconded.


There was extensive discussion on this ordinance. Alderman Dugger and Felts were concerned  with the 20’ driveway requirement. Building Official Michael Blanks and Fire Chief Hughes addressed the Board answering questions in regards to safety vehicles utilizing a 10’ driveway versus a 20’.

Due to time constraint questions posed to Engineer Kevin Cagle, Mayor Lothers ask that the Board go to the next item on the agenda to give Mr. Cagle time to calculate an answer for aprons on driveways and report to the Board. The Board was in agreement.

After Mr. Cagle gave the Board his calculation on the aprons, the Board unanimously approved this ordinance as amended.

First reading of ordinance #08-13, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance 04-09, pertaining to the issue of allowing gravel surface private roads. Town Planner Laird went over amendment recommendations.

Alderman Thomas made a motion to approve this ordinance with staff recommended
amendments under Article 3.4.7 of the Zoning Ordinance the definition of Private Roads shall be as follows:

Private Roads
 In the Estate Residential zoning district, a 22-foot wide paved surface located within a 50 foot wide easement shall be required for subdivisions having three (3) to seven (7) lots with an overall maximum density of one unit per 1.5 acres. Gravel surface may be allowed  by the Planning Commission for not more than two (2) lots.The base and sub-base of such road shall meet standards contained in the Town of Nolensville Subdivision Regulations for public roads. All lots taking access from the easement will be included in the calculation for permitted lots. Private roads serving developments with less density than one unit per 1.5 acres are permitted for residential developments provided they conform fully to the standards contained in the Town of Nolensville Subdivision Regulations for public roads. All lots shall have a building envelope 200 feet apart or fire hydrants will be required.

“B” shall be deleted in its entirety. Alderman Alexander seconded and this was approved unanimously as amended.

First reading of ordinance #09-01, an ordinance to amend Municipal Code Title 8, Chapter 1, regarding the beer law of Nolensville, Tennessee. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded and this was passed unanimously.
First reading of ordinance #09-02, an ordinance to amend Municipal Code Title 8, Chapter 2, regarding the liquor law of Nolensville, Tennessee. There was extensive discussion on controlling the sale of alcohol through zoning. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded and this passed unanimously.

Reading of resolution #09-05, a resolution to award a bid for Rocky Fork Road Nolensville Road intersection construction. The Board reviewed the written recommendation made by Town Engineer Don Swartz. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this resolution and award the bid to Civil Contractors, Alderman Thomas seconded and this passed unanimously.

Reading of resolution #09-06, a resolution opting out of any extension of hours for sale of intoxicating liquors, Alderman Felts made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Thomas seconded and this resolution passed unanimously.

Reading of resolution #09-07, a resolution to formally enter into an agreement with Mr. John Poole to perform the annual Town of Nolensville Audit, Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Felts seconded and this resolution passed unanimously.

Other:

Mayor Lothers reported that Alderman Jimmy Alexander attended the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce meeting.

Planner Laird stated that Neel-Shaffer has devised a map that shows each street within the Town. Once the data is completed, staff will be trained. This will be a more efficient GIS system for theTown.

Counsel Notestine noted that a recent law passed requiring that all cities must have their Municipal Code on their web-site.Nolensville is compliant with this law.

Alderman Thomas ask that the Budget Committee keep the Town Events Committee in mind.  Due to the economic climate it will be difficult for this group to get donations.

The meeting adjourned at 8:32p.m. by acclamation.

Respectfully submitted, Approved,

Cindy Lancaster        Beth Lothers
Town Recorder          Mayor
2009-01 BOMA
Town of Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen

Meeting Date: January 8, 2009, Time 7:00 p.m.

Nolensville Elementary School

Mayor Beth Lothers opened the meeting at 7:03 p.m. Members present were Aldermen Jimmy Alexander, Tommy Dugger, Larry Felts, and Ken Thomas. Staff present: Counsel Robert Notestine, Town Planner Henry Laird, Town Engineer Don Swartz, and Recorder Cindy Lancaster. There were 36 citizens present.

Pastor Ron Wilcoxson of Bent Creek Baptist Church led the Prayer and Pledge. Mayor Lothers performed the swearing in of newly elected Aldermen Jimmy Alexander and Larry Felts.

Citizens Input:

There was no citizen comment. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve the minutes from the Special Meeting on November 20, 2008, Alderman Alexander seconded. Alderman Felts recused himself due to not being a Board member at that time. The minutes were approved by majority with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander, Dugger, and Thomas for approval and Alderman Felts recused.

Alderman Alexander made a motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Meeting on December 4, 2008, Alderman Thomas seconded. Alderman Felts recused himself due to not being a Board member at that time. The minutes were approved by majority with Mayor Lothers, Aldermen Alexander, Dugger, and Thomas for approval and Alderman Felts recused. Mayor Lothers made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report for November 2008, Alderman Dugger seconded the motion. The report was approved unanimously.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Chair Rick Owens reported for the Planning Commission.

• 7047 Nolensville Road rezone request deferred to February
• Future Commercial Development areas were discussed
• Monthly bond report was approved

Betty Friedlander reported for the Historic Commission

• Sign for Feed Mill was approved

Fire Chief Presley Hughes reported for the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department.

• Submitted written report
• Three new members have been added to the Department

Mr. Don Swartz, Town Engineer, reported for the Engineering Department.

• Bid letting for Nolensville/Rocky Fork/Clovercroft Road intersection will be January 16
• Rocky Fork Road/Newsome Lane contractor will begin when weather permits
• Florence and Hutcheson will begin Preliminary Phase in the $250,000 Safe Route to School Grant

Police Chief Paul Rigsby reported for the Police Department.

• Written statistics were distributed to the Board

The Town of Nolensville was awarded an automobile by the State due to an arrest of a 5th offender DUI. Chief Rigsby requested to sell this vehicle. Alderman Larry Felts made a motion to sell the 1998 Saturn retrieved from a DUI arrest, Alderman Thomas seconded. The Board unanimously approved the sell of this vehicle. Alderman Ken Thomas reported for the Town Events Committee

• The Committee did not meet in December, will meet in January

Mayor’s Report:

a. Appointments

Mayor Lothers made a motion for Alderman Alexander to serve on the Planning Commission, Alderman Dugger seconded. Mayor Lothers made a motion for Alderman Felts to serve on the Historic Commission, Alderman Alexander seconded. Mayor Lothers made a motion for Mr. Joshua Hughes, resident in Bent Creek Subdivision, who holds a Bachelors degree in Architecture to serve on the Historic Commission, Alderman Thomas seconded. Each nomination was voted on and unanimously approved.

b. Liquor Law Update

Counsel Notestine informed the Board that an ordinance would be forthcoming for the Board to review. c. Other Mayor Lothers advised the Board of the following:

• Budget Committee will be meeting in near future
• A staff meeting will be held to review Town finances
• Tennessee Ethics Commission documentation is due from the Board by January 31st
• Storm Water Appeals Board had their first meeting and approved a storm water variance
• Mayor Lothers and Town Recorder Cindy Lancaster recently attended the TML update meeting and a copy of information that was distributed will be made available to the Aldermen
• County is sponsoring two Resolutions concerning Nolensville. One is in regards to easements near the Nolensville Fire Hall, and the other is in regards to approximately $10,000 from a development fund that will be forwarded to Nolensville for signalization at the Rocky Fork/Nolensville Road intersection

Public hearing of ordinance #08-16, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, pertaining to the permitted special event issues within the Town of Nolensville opened at 7:46. There was no public comment and the hearing closed at 7:46.

Public hearing of ordinance #08-17, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance #04-09, pertaining to the zoning for day care centers within the Town of Nolensville opened at 7:46. There was no public comment and the hearing closed at 7:47.

Second reading of ordinance #08-12, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance 04-09, pertaining to permitted uses in the Office Industrial (OI) District of zoning ordinance as it pertains to general retail, restaurants, and landscaping/nursery businesses. There was extensive discussion in regards to this ordinance.

Alderman Alexander made a motion to exclude restaurants, Mayor Lothers seconded. The amendment passed unanimously. Alderman Dugger made a motion to pass this ordinance as amended, Mayor Lothers seconded, and the ordinance was passed as amended unanimously.

Second reading on ordinance #08-14, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance 04-09, pertaining to the common driveways, and permitting flag type lots. Mayor Lothers made a motion to defer this ordinance, Alderman Alexander seconded, and this was passed unanimously.

Mayor Lothers asked for approval by acclamation to nominate Mr. Brian Snyder to the Economic Development Committee. She noted that earlier this nomination was mistakenly omitted. The Board approved unanimously by acclamation this nomination.

First reading of ordinance #08-13, an ordinance to amend Zoning Ordinance 04-09, pertaining to the issue of allowing gravel surface private roads. Alderman Dugger made a motion to defer this ordinance, Alderman Thomas seconded, and this was approved unanimously. Mayor Lothers ask that the Planning Commission re-review this ordinance.

Reading of resolution #09-01, a resolution to release CK Development from a maintenance bond on various roads in Bent Creek Subdivision, Alderman Dugger made a motion to pass this resolution, Alderman Felts seconded, and this was passed unanimously.

Reading of resolution #09-02, a resolution to release McFarlin Woods from a maintenance bond on various roads in McFarlin Woods Subdivision.

Alderman Dugger requested maps to be attached to these resolutions in the future. Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Thomas seconded, and this passed unanimously.

Reading of resolution #09-03, a resolution to release CPS Land from a maintenance bond on various roads in Burkitt Subdivision.

Alderman Alexander made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Felts seconded, and this passed unanimously. Reading of resolution #09-04, a resolution to release CPS Land from a maintenance bond on various roads in Burkitt Subdivision.

Alderman Dugger made a motion to approve this resolution, Alderman Thomas seconded, and this passed unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 8:31 p.m. by acclamation.

Respectfully submitted, Approved,

Cindy Lancaster Beth Lothers

Town Recorder Mayor