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City Council to vote on River District guidelines

 

The Clarksville City Council will meet in regular session tonight at 7:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 1 Public Square, in downtown Clarksville, to vote on a number of issues related to River District development.

The issues involved include code amendments relevant to “signage and advertising structures,” “authorizing  eminent domain to obtain rights-of-way and or easements for the marina,” and a vote on sections of the 2009 City Budget.

The Agenda is as follows:

  1. CALL TO ORDER
  2. PRAYER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  3. ATTENDANCE REGISTRATION
  4. SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS
  5. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A) ZONING

  1. ORDINANCE 27-2008-09 Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of Theodore Johnson, Rufus S. Johnson, III-Agent, for zone change on property at Memorial Drive and Richaven Road from R-1 Single Family Residential District, M-2 General Industrial District, and O-1 Office-Medical-Institutional-Civic District to C-1 Neighborhood Commercial District, MLUD Mixed Land Use District, and C-5 Highway & Arterial Commercial District
  2. ORDINANCE 28-2008-09 Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of Bobby A Long and Ann L. Thaxton for zone change on property at Rossview Road & Old Russellville Pike from R-3 Two & Three Family Residential District to O-1 Office-Medical-Institutional-Civic District
  3. ORDINANCE 29-2008-09 Amending the Zoning Ordinance and Map of the City of Clarksville, application of David and Lesley Chapman and Harold E. Duetchmann for zone change on property at Clear Sky Court and Stokes Road from R-2 Single Family Residential District to C-2 General Commercial District

B) VACATION OF PROPERTY

  1. RESOLUTION 23-2008-09 Approving vacation of an improved portion of Morgan Road; request of City of Clarksville

6) CONSENT AGENDA: All items in this portion of the agenda are considered to be routine and non-controversial by the Council and may be approved by one motion; however, a member of the Council may request that an item be removed for separate consideration under the appropriate committee report:

  1. ORDINANCE 20-2008-09 (Second Reading) Amending the 2009 Legislative Budget for voting system repair or replacement
  2. ORDINANCE 21-2008-09 (Second Reading) Amending the Official Code relative to signs and advertising structures
  3. ORDINANCE 22-2008-09 (Second Reading) Adopting River District Design Guidelines
  4. ORDINANCE 23-2008-09 (Second Reading) Authorizing eminent domain to obtain rights-of-way and or easements for the marina
  5. ORDINANCE 24-2008-09 (Second Reading) Amending the Official Code relative to mayor’s compensation
  6. ORDINANCE 25-2008-09 (Second Reading) Amending the Official Code relative to relative to water and/or sewer service outside the city
  7. ORDINANCE 26-2008-09 (Second Reading) Amending the Official Code relative to grease management for food service establishments
  8. ORDINANCE 30-2008-09 (Second Reading) Amending the 2009 Building & Codes Operating Budget for expenses related to enforcement of sign regulations

7) BUILDING & CODES COMMITTEE, Wayne Harrison, Chair

8) FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE, Wallace Redd, Chair

  1. ORDINANCE 24-2008-09 (First Reading) Amending the Official Code relative to mayor’s compensation (Finance Committee: Approval)

9) GAS & WATER COMMITTEE, Richard Swift, Chair

10) GENERAL SERVICES COMMITTEE, Diana Ward, Chair

11) PARKS & RECREATION COMMITTEE, Marc Harris, Chair

12) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE, Diana Ward, Chair

13) STREET COMMITTEE, Wayne Harrison, Chair

14) TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE, Barbara Johnson, Chair

15) NEW BUSINESS

  1. ORDINANCE 32-2008-09 (First Reading) Amending the Official Code relative to sidewalks and underground utilities (Richard Swift)
  2. Consideration of ORDINANCE 33-2008-09 on first reading – ¾ majority approval required (Mayor Piper)
  3. ORDINANCE 33-2008-09 (First Reading) Amending the 2009 Human Resources Department Operating Budget for employee pay study
  4. RESOLUTION 28-2008-09 Authorizing the Mayor to establish funding sources for various capital projects and to work with the Tennessee Municipal Bond Fund to extend the terms for one or more loans as may be determined feasible (Mayor Piper)

15) MAYOR AND STAFF REPORTS

16) ADJOURNMENT


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