Bradley County Commission Agenda For Monday

Friday, January 10, 2014

Here is the Bradley County Commission agenda for Monday at noon:

1. Call to order

2. Pledge to the Flag

3. Invocation - Kay Horner, Awakening America Ministries

4. Report from the County Mayor

5. Reports from Committees and/or Districts

6. Agenda Items        

    A.  Rezoning recommendations (see attached) - Bently Thomas

7. Communication from the audience

8. Announcements

9. Adjournment

Next Meeting: Tuesday, Jan. 21 at noon

Upcoming Events:

Chamber Coffee, Jan. 14 at 8:30 a.m. at Boys and Girls Club

Impact Cleveland reception, Jan. 22, 1-3 p.m., Chamber office

Statement of Interests due to the state by Jan. 31

RESOLUTION ________

RESOLUTION TO REZONE FROM GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-2) TO HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-3) PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2628 DALTON PIKE SE, CLEVELAND, TN AND IDENTIFIED BY

TAX MAP: 066I GROUP: I PARCEL: 005.00

WHEREAS, Tony Young petitioned the Bradley County Planning Commission to rezone from General Commercial District (C-2) to Highway Commercial District (C-3), property located at 2628 Dalton Pike SE, Cleveland, TN and identified by Tax Map: 066I Group: I Parcel: 005.00, and said Planning Commission on December 3, 2013 recommended that this petition be approved; and

WHEREAS, Tony Young requested that the Bradley County Commission consider said petition and notice has been published in a newspaper in general circulation in Bradley County and that the County Commission will hold a public hearing on January 20, 2014, concerning the passage of this Resolution as required by law, and such hearing having been held.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the county legislative body of Bradley

County meeting in session at Bradley County, Tennessee, on the 20th day of January, 2014 that the zoning map of Bradley County, Tennessee be amended to rezone from General Commercial District (C-2) to Highway Commercial District (C-3) property located at 2628 Dalton Pike SE, Cleveland, TN and property described in Deed Book 1812, Page 767, Bradley County Register of Deed’s Office and identified by Tax Map: 066I Group: I Parcel: 005.00, as shown on the attached map.

This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption, the public welfare requiring it.

Adopted this 20th of November, 2014

APPROVED:

____________________________

Louie Alford, Chairman

ATTEST:

___________________________

Donna A. Simpson, County Clerk                          

RATIFIED OR VETO:

____________________________

D. Gary Davis, County Mayor

RESOLUTION _________

RESOLUTION TO REZONE FROM FORESTRY/AGRICULTURAL/RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT (FAR) TO HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-3) PROPERTY LOCATED AT 162 HELTON ROAD SE, CLEVELAND, TN AND IDENTIFIED BY

TAX MAP: 048 PARCEL: 059.03

WHEREAS, James R. Goins petitioned the Bradley County Planning Commission to rezone from Forestry/Agricultural/Residential District (FAR) to Highway Commercial District (C-3), property located at 162 Helton Road SE, Cleveland, TN and identified by Tax Map: 048 Parcel: 059.03, and said Planning Commission on December 3, 2013 recommended that this petition be approved; and

WHEREAS, James R. Goins requested that the Bradley County Commission consider said petition and notice has been published in a newspaper in general circulation in Bradley County and that the County Commission will hold a public hearing on January 20, 2014, concerning the passage of this Resolution as required by law, and such hearing having been held.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the county legislative body of Bradley

County meeting in session at Bradley County, Tennessee, on the 20th day of January, 2014 that the zoning map of Bradley County, Tennessee be amended to rezone from Forestry/Agricultural/Residential District (FAR) to Highway Commercial District (C-3) property located at 162 Helton Road SE, Cleveland, TN and property described in Deed Book 1716, Page 189, Bradley County Register of Deed’s Office and identified by Tax Map: 048 Parcel: 059.03, as shown on the attached map.

This Resolution shall become effective upon adoption, the public welfare requiring it.

Adopted this 20th of November, 2014

APPROVED:

____________________________

Louie Alford, Chairman

ATTEST:

___________________________

Donna A. Simpson, County Clerk                          

RATIFIED OR VETO:

____________________________

D. Gary Davis, County Mayor



Deputy Beaten After Vehicle Crashes In His Yard Sues Officers

A man who was mistakenly beaten by officers who had been pursuing a pickup truck that crashed into his home has sued Hamilton County and the officers for $700,000. Aaron Lucas Shelton and his wife, Heather Nicole Shelton, filed the suit in Circuit Court. Aaron Shelton is himself a deputy sheriff. It names Curtis Brian Killingsworth and unknown officers who allegedly took part ... (click for more)

Meigs County Judge To Hear Attorney Spanking Case

A Meigs County judge has been assigned to hear a case in which a Lookout Mountain attorney is charged with spanking his 11-year-old son with 100 hits. Judges in Hamilton County General Sessions Court recused themselves after Morgan Adams was charged with aggravated child abuse last Friday. He is due in court on April 24. According to the complaint, his son received spanks ... (click for more)

We Ought To Pay Our Own Way

The government is too big. It has never been bigger - by any measure. It spends more money than any other single actor in our society. From Blue Rhinos to providing telecommunications services, our government knows no bounds. We’ve gone from a free enterprise system to a public enterprise system.  I'm not an artist. I'm not terribly tech savvy. The part of government that ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Secret Train Ride

It was during Christmas of 2003 when Bennett Levin and his wife found themselves talking and worrying about the wounded soldiers at the Walter Reed Military Hospital in Bethesda, Md., and at the nearby Bethesda Naval Hospital. Their wish was that they could do something meaningful, something really grand, for the soldiers who had lost limbs, their eyesight, and far worse. As ... (click for more)

Central Boys Prevail Over Loudon By 12, Despite Redskins' Late Rally

Central coach Rick Rogers said that all he wanted to do was win and advance. His District 6-AA champion Purple Pounders played host to District 5-AA fourth-place finisher Loudon on Saturday evening and it probably shouldn't have been close. But someone forgot to tell the visiting Redskins. Central had a 13-point lead at halftime and the difference was 52-30 when the third ... (click for more)

Baylor Wrestlers Murphy, Seagraves in National Prep Semis

On the strength of placing two wrestlers in Saturday morning's championship semis, Baylor School is in 11th place (46 pts) at the National Prep Wrestling Championship held this weekend in Lehigh, Pa. Saturday Semis: Baylor junior and three-time state champ Michael Murphy has won three matches (two falls, one sudden death) and meets top seeded Matthew Colodzik (Blair Academy) ... (click for more)