Upcoming City Council Agenda

Saturday, August 24, 2019

Here is the upcoming City Council agenda for Tuesday:

I. Call to Order.

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

III. Minute Approval.

IV. Special Presentation.

Proclamation (“Tennessee Woman Suffrage Centennial Celebration”)
By Councilman Darrin T. Ledford

V. Ordinances – Final Reading:

PLANNING

a. 2019-097 Tommy Austin (R-1 Residential Zone to M-2 Light Industrial Zone). An
ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning Ordinance,
so as to rezone part of property located at 4261 Shallowford Road, more particularly
described herein, from R-1 Residential Zone to M-2 Light Industrial Zone.

(District
5) (Recommended for approval by Planning and Staff)

b. An ordinance amending Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning
Ordinance, Articles II and V, Sections 38-2, 38-183(17), 38-305, 38-306, 38-323(5),
38-333(7), and 38-341(10), relating to Outdoor Storage and Mini-Warehouses.
(Alternate Version)

VI. Ordinances – First Reading:

PLANNING

a. 2019-078 Shawn Matthews (R-1 Residential Zone and R-2 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 in the 5100 block of Highway 58, more
particularly described herein, from R-1 Residential Zone and R-2 Residential Zone to
R-4 Special Zone. (District 3) (Recommended for denial by Planning and Staff)
(Deferred from 8/13/19)

VII. Resolutions:

ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

a. A resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Second Agreement to Exercise
Option to Renew with Chattanooga Goodwill Industries, Inc., in substantially the
form attached, for a portion of the property located at 1815 E. Main Street, Tax Map
No. 156B-D-009, for an additional term of one (1) year, at the rate of $1.00 per year,
for the continued operation of programs through the Chattanooga Furniture Bank.
(District 8)

b. A resolution authorizing the Department of Economic and Community Development,
Codes Division, to renew agreements with Grass Buster Lawn Maintenance and AB
Property Preservation for property abatement services for the first of two optional
renewal terms from October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020, for an amount not
to exceed $300,000.00.

c. A resolution authorizing the transfer of funds and donations to support public art to
the City from the Community Foundation relative to Resolution No. 27449, in the
amount of $51,720.00.

MAYOR’S OFFICE

d. A resolution to confirm the Mayor’s re-appointments of Michael Mallen and Travis
Lytle to the Metropolitan Airport Authority Board.

POLICE

e. A resolution authorizing the Chattanooga Police Department, along with the
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department, to apply for the Fiscal Year 2019 Edward
Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program which runs from October 1, 2019 through
September 30, 2022, through the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs,
for an amount of $92,576.00 for the Chattanooga Police Department, for an amount
of $41,592.00 for the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department, for a total amount of
$134,168.00.

PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION

Public Works

f. A resolution authorizing the award of Contract No. E-16-006-202 to Tradebe
Environmental Services, former Lupton City Mill Asbestos Abatement Project, in the
amount of $245,150.00, with a contingency amount of $24,500.00, for a total amount
of $269,650.00. (District 2)

g. A resolution authorizing the approval of Change Order No. 1 (Final) for JDH
Company, Inc. of Chattanooga, TN, relative to Contract No. Y-18-002-201,
Replacement Roofing System for Heritage House Building, for an increased amount
of $8,020.80, to release the remaining contingency amount of $11,979.20, for a
revised contract amount of $175,237.00. (District 4)

h. A resolution to amend Resolution No. 30019 authorizing the award of Contract No.
Y-18-004-201 to Tri-State Roofing Contractors, LLC of Chattanooga, TN,
Replacement Roofing System for Brainerd YFD Center, in the amount of $63,369.00,
with a contingency amount of $6,500.00, for an amount not to exceed $69,869.00.
(District 5)

i. A resolution authorizing the award of Contract No. C-16-005-201 to Integrated
Properties, LLC of Chattanooga, TN, City Yards Carpenter Shop and Water Quality
Storage Building, in the amount of $235,428.00, with a contingency in the amount of
$23,500.00, for a total amount of $258,928.00. (District 7)

j. A resolution authorizing the award of blanket Contract No. D-19-002-201 to Tower
Construction Company of Chattanooga, TN and Stone Works Construction, LLC of
Nashville, TN, for demolition services for ECD, for year one (1) of a three (3) year
blanket, for an amount not to exceed $500,000.00.

k. A resolution to amend Resolution No. 29840 entitled, “A resolution authorizing
Administrator for the Department of Public Works is hereby authorized to accept a
cash grant from The Recycling Partnership to provide grant funding and technical
assistance in support of the City’s expansion of the curbside recycling program, in the
amount of $913,200.00,” to accept a cash grant from The Recycling Partnership to
provide grant funding and technical assistance in support of the City’s expansion of
the curbside recycling program, in the amount of $943,200.00.

YOUTH AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

l. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Youth and Family
Development to apply for, and if awarded, accept a one time award from the United
States Council of Mayors American Beverage Foundation for a Healthy America for
Childhood Obesity Program, in the amount of $125,000.00.

m. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Youth and Family
Development is hereby authorized to accept a one time award from the Tennessee
Department of Health for a Two-Generation Approach Grant for the Leading the Way
Upward Playbook for the Upward Mobility Program, in the amount of $456,065.80.

n. A resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a Mutual Termination of Agreements
related to the Young Men’s Christian Association of Metropolitan Chattanooga
(YMCA) and the Hixson Pike Aquatic Center.

VIII. Purchases.

IX. Other Business.

X. Committee Reports.

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

XII. Adjournment.

Agenda for Tuesday, August 27, 2019
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2019
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
6:00 PM

1. Call to Order.

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

3. Minute Approval.

4. Special Presentation.

5. Ordinances - Final Reading:

PLANNING

a. 2019-078 Shawn Matthews (R-1 Residential Zone and R-2 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 in the 5100 block of Highway 58, more
particularly described herein, from R-1 Residential Zone and R-2 Residential Zone to
R-4 Special Zone. (District 3) (Recommended for denial by Planning and Staff)

6. Ordinances – First Reading:

ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

a. An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 11, Article XX,
Short Term Vacation Rental Certificate, Section 11-510, by amending the definition
of “Short Term Vacation Rental District” to adopt a new Short Term Vacation Rental
Overlay District Map for all of District 9.

FINANCE

b. An ordinance to amend Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Downtown Central
Business Improvement District (Downtown CBID), Section 11-531(I) to provide
for collection of special assessments by the City Treasurer. (Added by
permission of Chairman Oglesby)

7. Resolutions:

ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

a. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Economic and
Community Development to execute a renewal agreement, in substantially the form
attached, with Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise, Inc. for loan portfolio
management services between July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

b. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Economic and
Community Development to enter into an agreement, in substantially the form
attached, with Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise, Inc., for management and
implementation of the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Lead Paint
Abatement Grant.

PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION

Transportation

c. A resolution authorizing the Chattanooga Department of Transportation to erect
commemorative secondary street name signs on Aster Avenue from Cummings
Highway to Kelly’s Ferry Road designating said portions of Aster Avenue as “Bob
Watson Avenue”. (District 1)

YOUTH AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

d. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Youth and Family
Development to enter into an agreement with the Public Entity Partners for the 2019
fund year liability renewal policy from July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020, for an amount
not to exceed $49,918.00.

e. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the Department of Youth and Family
Development to contract with the listed child care programs to provide Head Start
and Early Head Start services for 200 children, for an amount not to exceed
$961,849.00.

8. Purchases.

9. Other Business.

10. Committee Reports.

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

12. Adjournment.


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