Upcoming Red Bank Commission Agenda

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Here is the upcoming Red Bank Commission agenda:

I. Call to Order - Mayor Eddie Pierce

II. Roll Call - City Manager
Mayor Pierce __ , Vice Mayor Jeno __ , Commissioner Howell __ Commissioner Lecompte_,
Commissioner Rose

Ill. Invocation -

IV. Pledge of Allegiance -

V. Consideration of the Minutes for approval or correction:

A. November 5, 2019 Agenda Work Session

B. November 5, 2019 Commission Meeting

VI.

Communication from the Mayor

VII. Commissioner's Report

A. Vice Mayor Ruth Jeno

B. Commissioner Tyler Howell

C. Commissioner Ed Lecompte

D. Commissioner Carol Rose

VIII. City Manager's Report

IX. Awards and Presentations - Dub's Place

X. PUBLIC HEARING

The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive information and comments in regard to a request
to rezone property located at 201,205,207,209 and 224 Hedgewood Drive and 123 Everly Drive
from R1 Residential to R-T/Z Residential Townhouse Zero Lot Line

XI. Unfinished Business - None

XII. New Business

A. ORDINANCE N0.19-1159-AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF RED BANK, TENNESSEE,
AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO REZONE PROPERTY LOCATED AT HAMILTON COUNTY
TAX MAP PARCEL NUMBERS 126C D 012 THROUGH 126C D 015 AND 126F C 028 AND
126F C 028.01 LOCATED AT 201,205,207,209 AND 224 HEDGEWOOD DRIVE AND 123
EVERLY DRIVE, FROM R-1 RESIDENTIAL TO R-T/Z RESIDENTIAL ZERO LOT LINE (FIRST
READING)

B. RESOLUTION NO. 19-1324 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH TOTAL
RESOURCE INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $18,000.00 FOR TEMPORARY LABORER I
SERVICES

C. RESOLUTION NO. 19-1325 -A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF RED BANK TO
SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODERNIZATION
GRANT PROGRAM

D. RESOLUTION NO. 19-1326 -A RESOLUTION DECLARING SEIZED, FOUND, UNCLAIMED
PROPERTY AS SURPLUS AND AUTHORIZING THE SALE, TRADE OR DESTRUCTION
THEREOF

E. RESOLUTION NO. 19-1327 -A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF RED BANK, TENNESSEE,
AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF A SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS PERMIT TO EVE WILLIAMS,
MOJO BURRITO, 3512 DAYTON BOULEVARD

XIII. Citizen Comments from Red Bank Citizens about Red Bank business (3 minute limit)

XIV. Adjournment 

COMMISSIONERS AGENDA WORK SESSION
RED BANK CITY HALL
Minutes
November 5, 2019
5:00 p.m.

The Board of Commissioners met in a public and advertised Agenda Work Session on November 5,
2019 at 5:00 p.m. The purpose of the meeting was to receive information on upcoming business
items. Those in attendance were Mayor Eddie Pierce, Vice Mayor Ruth Jeno, Commissioner Tyler
Howell, and Commissioner Carol Rose. Commissioner Ed Lecompte was absent. Also present were City Manager Tim Thornbury, Police Chief Dan Seymour, Fire Chief Mark Mathews, Finance Director John Alexander and City Recorder Ruth Rohen. There were no citizen attendees.

1. Mayor Pierce advised that there is a resolution on the agenda tonight to approve a license
agreement with the State of Tennessee for use of a portion of state owned right of way at
Morrison Springs Road and Highway 27. City Manager Thornbury advised that the right of way
will be use to install ADA accessible sidewalks as part of a Transpiration Improvement Grant for
intersection improvements. He advised that this is a 20 year agreement and that the City of Red
Bank will be responsible for maintaining the sidewalks.

2. Mayor Pierce advised that there is a resolution on the agenda tonight to purchase equipment for
the fire department to connect to the Computer Aided Dispatch system through Hamilton County
911. Chief Mathews advised that this is a budgeted item and that the equipment will be
purchased from Insight Public Sector at a cost of $12,722.45. Chief Mathews advised that all of
the purchasing polices were followed when seeking quotes for the equipment.

3. City Manager Thornbury advised that there is a resolution on the agenda tonight to apply for a
Property Conservation Grant through Public Entity Partners. He advised that if awarded the
Funds will be used for fencing, screening and lighting at the city impound lot.

4. City Manager Thornbury advised that there is a resolution on the agenda tonight to extend the
grant agreement with TOOT for installation of sidewalks on Dayton Boulevard and Ashland
Terrace, for an additional twelve month period. For completion of the Grant Agreement He
advised that this extension is necessary due to utility installation and various other circumstances
that were out of the city's control and that the project as previously approved, cannot be
completed within the original time period.

The meeting was adjourned at 5:43 p.m. 


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