Upcoming City Council Agenda For Tuesday

Friday, December 14, 2018

Here is the upcoming City Council agenda for Tuesday:

I. Call to Order.

II. Pledge of Allegiance/Invocation (Councilman Gilbert).

III. Minute Approval.

IV. Special Presentation.

V. Ordinances – Final Reading :

PLANNING

a. 2018-205 LRBB, LLC ? Ben Hagaman (R-3 Residential Zone and R-4 Special Zone
to E-EM-3 Urban Edge Residential Multi-Unit Zone Maximum Height Three
Stories). An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning
Ordinance, so as to rezone properties located at 109 Hartman Street and 205 and 207
Forest Avenue, more particularly described herein, from R-3 Residential Zone and
R-4 Special Zone to E-RM-3 Urban Edge Residential Multi-Unit Zone Maximum
Height Three Stories, subject to certain conditions.

(District 2) (Recommended for
approval by Planning and recommended for denial by Staff)

b. 2018-217 MAP Engineers, LLC (C-2 Convenience Commercial Zone to UGC Urban
General Commercial Zone). An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II,
Chapter 38, Zoning Ordinance, so as to rezone properties located at 8206 and 8210
Apison Pike and part of 4978 Patsy Place, more particularly described herein, from
C-2 Convenience Commercial Zone to UGC Urban General Commercial Zone,
subject to certain conditions. (District 4) (Recommended for approval by
Planning and Staff)

c. 2018-202 Tower Construction Company (C-2 Convenience Commercial Zone to
UGC Urban General Commercial Zone). An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City
Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning Ordinance, so as to rezone properties located in the
2100 block of East Main Street, more particularly described herein, from C-2
Convenience Commercial Zone to UGC Urban General Commercial Zone, subject to
certain conditions. (District 8) (Recommended for approval by Planning and
Staff)

d. An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning
Ordinance, Article II, Definitions by adding a definition for Fraternal, Professional, or
Hobby Clubs, and to amend Article VIII, Board of Zoning Appeals for Variances and
Special Permits, Section 38-568, Powers, etc. board, hearings by adding site plan
requirements for Fraternal, Professional, or Hobby Clubs.

e. An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning
Ordinance, Article IV, Height and Area Exceptions and Other Special Permits,
Division 1, Height and Area Exceptions, Section 38-510, access to commercial,
industrial, or other non-residentially zoned property to the R-3 Residential Zone or
R-4 Special Zone that if developed with non-residential uses the R-3 Residential Zone
and R-4 Special Zone will be considered a non-residential zone for purposes of access
only.

PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION

Public Works

f. MR-2018-189 Troy and Amy Cox (Abandonment). An ordinance closing and
abandoning a sewer easement located in the 700 block of Ashland Terrace, as detailed
on the attached map, subject to certain conditions. (District 2) (Recommended for
approval by Public Works)

g. MR-2018-182 Tacala TN Corp. ? Mike Gray (Abandonment). An ordinance closing
and abandoning a sewer easement located in the 4400 block of Oakwood Drive, as
detailed on the attached map, subject to certain conditions. (District 5)
(Recommended for approval by Public Works)

h. MR-2018-179 Ben Berry and Berry Engineers, LLC (Abandonment). An ordinance
closing and abandoning a sewer easement located at 801 and 553 Riverfront Parkway,
as detailed on the attached map, subject to certain conditions. (District 7)
(Recommended for approval by Public Works)

i. MR-2018-194 BC Holding, GP ? John Coffelt (Abandonment). An ordinance
closing and abandoning a sewer easement located at 5530 Tennessee Avenue and 525
McGreath Street, as detailed on the attached map, subject to certain conditions.
(District 7) (Recommended for approval by Public Works )

j. MR-2018-184 Ben Berry and Berry Engineers, LLC (Abandonment). An ordinance
closing and abandoning a five (5’) foot portion of a sewer easement located in the 800
block of Douglas Street, as detailed on the attached map, subject to certain conditions.
(District 8) (Recommended for approval by Public Works)

VI. Ordinances – First Reading :

FINANCE

a. An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 2, relative to the Fire
and Police Pension Fund.

PLANNING

b. 2018-216 MAP Engineers, LLC (R-3 Residential Zone to R-4 Special Zone). An
ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning Ordinance,
so as to rezone properties located at 405 and 407 West 47th Street, more particularly
described herein, from R-3 Residential Zone to R-4 Special Zone, subject to certain
conditions. (District 7) (Recommended for approval by Planning and Staff)
(Deferred from 12-11-18)
2018-216 MAP Engineers, LLC (R-3 Residential Zone to R-4 Special Zone). An
ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning Ordinance,
so as to rezone properties located at 405 and 407 West 47th Street, more particularly
described herein, from R-3 Residential Zone to R-4 Special Zone. (Applicant
Version)

PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION

Transportation

c. MR-2018-204 Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority ? John Naylor
(Abandonment). An ordinance closing and abandoning a portion of the 5900 block of
Hancock Road to allow for continued development of the Chattanooga Metropolitan
Airport, as detailed on the attached map, subject to certain conditions. (District 5)
(Recommended for approval by Transportation) (Revised)

VII. Resolutions:

ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

a. A resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Berthing Agreement, in
substantially the form attached, with Reinert Group, LLC for the berthing of a
floating restaurant with river excursion vessel on the City’s waterfront, for an initial
term of ten (10) years commencing on January 1, 2019, with the option to renew for
two (2) additional terms of five (5) years each at a fee schedule as set forth in the
Berthing Agreement. (District 7)

b. A resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Premises Use Agreement, in
substantially the form attached, with Chattanooga Rugby Club, Inc., for the use of a
portion of Montague Fields located at 1151 E. 23 rd Street, identified as a portion of
Tax Map No. 156A-D-001, for a term of three (3) months, with no renewal options,
for the amount of $1.00 per term. (District 8) (Deferred from 12-11-18)

c. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Economic and
Community Development to retroactively execute a renewal agreement with
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise, Inc. for loan portfolio management services
between July 31, 2017 through June 30, 2018.

d. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Economic and
Community Development to execute a renewal agreement with Chattanooga
Neighborhood Enterprise, Inc. for loan portfolio management services between July
1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.

e. A resolution to make certain findings relating to the Patten Towers Renovation
Project, to delegate certain authority to the Health, Educational, and Housing Facility
Board, and to authorize the Mayor to enter into and execute an Agreement for
Payments in Lieu of Ad Valorem Taxes for a tax abatement period of twenty-five
(25) years for each of the years 2020 through 2044.

FINANCE

f. A resolution authorizing the City Finance Officer to execute a Trust Agreement
relative to the Chattanooga Fire and Police Pension Fund.

HUMAN RESOURCES

g. A resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a First Agreement to Exercise Option
to Renew with Diagnostic Radiology Consultants, P.A., in substantially the form
attached, to lease 173 square feet for the x-ray examination area at the City of
Chattanooga WellAdvantage Center and further authorizing the Mayor to
retroactively enter into a Professional Services Agreement with Diagnostic Radiology
Consultants, P.A. (District 8)

h. A resolution authorizing the Director of Human Resources to enter into a contract
with Collins and Company, Inc. to provide third party administrative services for the
City’s job injury program for a one (1) year term, plus two (2) additional one (1) year
renewal options at the rate of $6,800.00 per month, including payment of the City’s
job injury claims, for an annual total amount not to exceed $3 million. (Added by
permission of Chairman Smith and Councilman Gilbert)

PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION

Public Works

i. A resolution authorizing the approval of Change Order No. 1 for Hazen and Sawyer
relative to Contract No. W-17-004-101, Wet Weather Combined Sewer Storage –
Phase 1, a Consent Decree Project, for an increased amount of $469,396.25, for the
revised contract amount of $2,052,396.25. (District 1)

j. A resolution to name the 900 block of an Unnamed Road to the 200 block of Box
Turtle Lane, as referenced as Case Number 2018-PW-001. (District 1)

k. A resolution authorizing the approval of Change Order No. 2 for Hazen and Sawyer
relative to Contract No. W-14-006-101, Mocassin Bend WWTP Secondary Clarifier
Upgrades, a Consent Decree Supported Project, for an increased amount of
$94,487.50, for the revised contract amount of $2,033,853.50. (District 1)

l. A resolution authorizing the approval of Change Order No. 1 (Final) for P.F. Moon
and Company, Inc. of West Point, GA, relative to Contract No. W-15-018-201,
Rectangular Sludge Collection Equipment at Moccasin Bend WWTP, for a decreased
amount of $73,016.75, to release a contingency in the amount of $395,750.00, for a
revised contract amount of $3,884,462.93. (District 1)

m. A resolution to rename the Unit 100 and 200 blocks of Waheela Road to the Unit 100
and 200 blocks of Waheela Drive, as referenced in Case Number 2018-PW-003.
(District 9)

n. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Public Works to
enter into an agreement with J. J. Keegan for golf course consulting services, for a six
(6) month period unless extended by mutual agreement, for an amount not to exceed
$31,000.00.

o. A resolution authorizing payment to Tennessee One-Call System for 2019 utilizing
the system for annual billing, in the amount of $33,638.20.

YOUTH AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

p. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Youth and Family
Development to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with Hamilton County
Board of Education for Youth and Family Development and Human Resources
Collaboration Training Services related to work-based learning at the Howard
School.

q. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Youth and Family
Development to enter into an Interlocal Lease Agreement with Hamilton County
Board of Education to use South Chattanooga YFD Center for three (3) years for the
Howard School Transition Academy classes.

VIII. Purchases.

IX. Other Business.

X. Committee Reports.

XI. Recognition of Persons Wishing to Address the Council on Non-Agenda Matters.

XII. Adjournment.



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