Now Accepting: 2019 Independence Day Celebration Merchandise, Food & Sponsor Applications

2019 Fairview Independence Day Celebration
Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019

The City of Fairview is now accepting applications for vendor, booth and sponsors for our annual Independence Day Celebration to be held on Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019.

Complete submissions details are located within each of the following applications. You also may pick up and turn in an application at City Hall during business hours Monday – Friday 8:00 – 4:30 pm.
 
Download MERCHANDISE Application & Agreement
 
Download FOOD Application & Agreement
 
Download SPONSOR Application & Agreement
 
Mail or return completed application to:
Brandy Johnson
City of Fairview
7100 City Center Way
Fairview, TN 37062

Please make a copy of your completed agreement for your records.

For further information contact Brandy Johnson: bjohnson@fairview-tn.org or at 615-799-2484 ext. 132.

Job Opportunity: Bowie Park Summer Camp Teacher (Part-Time)

City of Fairview

Job Description

 

SUMMER CAMP TEACHER (Part-Time)

General Statement of Job

 

The chosen candidates will teach summer camp classes of up to 16 campers for either ages 5-7 or 8-12. (Each class has 2 co-teachers.) Our major focus in our day camps is to help students reconnect with nature in a positive way that enhances basic concepts of an age-appropriate earth science curriculum. Successful camp teachers have strong leadership skills, enjoy interacting with youth, and have a passion for the outdoors. A sense of adventure is a must. This position reports to the Program Director.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Experience teaching and working with children in formal or informal settings (school, nature center, summer camp, scouts, etc)

Interest in and basic knowledge of the natural world

Willingness to get dirty and work hard in all weather (including summer heat & humidity and/or rain)

Ability to be physically active for most of an 8 hour day

Demonstrated commitment, reliability, punctuality, and responsible behavior at previous jobs

Current CPR, First Aid Certification preferred

 

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Create a safe, memorable, educational camp experience for our campers

Learn lesson and activity plans; teach lessons and run activities

 

Supervise & interact with campers during recreation and lunch times

 

Assure physical/emotional safety of all participants, behavior management

 

Camp Teachers lead/participate in all camp activities, including hiking, active outdoor play, earth science lessons, crafts, cooperative games, and more.

 

Contribute to facility maintenance and cleaning as needed at the end of each camp day.

 

ADDITIONAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Performs other related duties as required.

 

Salary: $10/HR

 

TO APPLY: Send application to:

Fairview City Hall

7100 City Center Way

Fairview, TN 37062

 

CLOSE DATE: UNTIL FILLED

 

Questions: E-mail NJackson@fairview-tn.org


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Job Opportunity: Bowie Park Summer Intern (Part-Time)

City of Fairview

Job Description

 

Summer Intern (Part-Time)

General Statement of Job

 

Under supervision, supports all Nature Center activities including helping with the operation of Camp Bowie, animal care, answers questions and gives directions concerning park operations in person or by telephone, and assists with facility maintenance as needed. This position reports to the Program Director. This position is for 30 hours a week; Monday through Friday. It is a seasonal position that will end July 26th, 2019.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must be high school graduate or have GED equivalent. Some college coursework in the biological sciences and/or animal handling experience desired. Experience working with children in formal or informal settings (school, nature center, summer camp, scouts, etc) is preferred. Interest in and basic knowledge of the natural world

Willingness to get dirty and work hard in all weather (including summer heat & humidity and/or rain)

Ability to be physically active for most of an 8-hour day. Also, this position requires basic computer literacy in PC programs, excellent personal and communication skills, punctuality with good time management skills, a strong spirit of cooperation and teamwork, an ability to demonstrate initiative, a positive attitude, and the ability to accept direction and constructive criticism.

 

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Assists in the operation of Camp Bowie.

 

Takes reservations for shelter rentals.

 

Assists with the general operation of the nature center.

 

Greets and orients park visitors in person or by telephone.

 

Informs visitors about the park, regulations, and nature center.

 

Maintains clean and inviting presentation inside the Nature Center, as well as the immediate areas outside the doors.

 

Maintains and provides care for live animals in the Discovery Room.

 

ADDITIONAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Performs other related duties as required.

 

Salary: $10/HR

 

TO APPLY: Send application to:

Fairview City Hall

7100 City Center Way

Fairview, TN 37062

 

CLOSE DATE: May 31, 2019

 

Questions: E-mail NJackson@fairview-tn.org


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BOC Agenda: 04-18-2019

CITY OF FAIRVIEW
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

APRIL 18, 2019
7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

1. Roll Call

2. Call to Order

3. Prayer and Pledge

4. Approval of Agenda and Executive Session Announcements

5. Public Hearing(s)
A. Item 9D

6. Citizen Comments (Limited to the first 5 citizens to sign in and a limit of 3 minutes each)

7. Public Announcements, Awards and Recognitions
A. Arbor Day Proclamation
B. Tree City USA Award Presentation

8. Staff Comments and Monthly Reports
A. City Manager
B. City Attorney

9. Consent Agenda (Any Item May be Removed for Individual Consideration)
A. Minutes from the April 4, 2019 Board of Commissioners Meeting
B. Minutes from the March 28, 2019 Board of Commissioners Budget Work Session
C. Second and Final Reading of Ordinance 2019-08, An Ordinance to Amend the City of Fairview Zoning Ordinance by Changing the Official Zoning Map for Properties Located at 2090-2096 Fairview Boulevard, From a RS-40 (Low-Density Residential) Zoning District to a CG (Commercial General) Zoning District

10. Old Business

11. New Business
A. Resolution 10-19, A Resolution of the City of Fairview Board of Commissioners Appointing a Member to the City’s Planning Commission
B. Resolution 11-19, A Resolution of the City of Fairview Board of Commissioners to Enter into an Agreement Governing the Management of Certain City of Fairview Sponsored or Sanctioned Community Events
C. Ordinance 2019-09, An Ordinance of the City of Fairview, Tennessee, Adopting an Amended Budget for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2018 and Ending June 30, 2019
D. Ordinance 2019-10, An Ordinance of the City of Fairview, Tennessee, Adopting the Annual Budget and Tax Rate for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2019 and Ending June 30, 2020
E. Ordinance 2019-11, An Ordinance to Amend the City of Fairview Zoning Ordinance by Changing the Official Zoning Map for Tax Map 42, Parcel 78.00, Consisting of 102.12 Acres, Located on Old Nashville Road/Taylor Road, From a RS-40 (Low-Density Residential) Zoning District to a R-20 Zoning District. Owner: Otter Creek Holdings, LLC

12. Communications from the Mayor and Commissioners
A. Commissioner
B. Commissioner
C. Commissioner
D. Vice Mayor
E. Mayor

13. Adjournment

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DISCLAIMER AGENDA FOR BOC MEETINGS
This entire Agenda and all the attached documents for the Board of Commissioners meeting for the date noted herein is a draft and subject to change in accordance with the City Charter, State Statutes, and applicable City Ordinance(s) through the date the Board of Commissioners Meeting is conducted.

Any matters that may be added to the agenda after this posting or the night of the actual meeting will not be included in this posting. It is anticipated such matters will be held to a minimum but the City reserves the absolute right to add any item to the Agenda in accordance with applicable Statutes and or Ordinances.

Board of Zoning Appeals Agenda: 04-29-2019

Board of Zoning Appeals
REGULAR MEETING

April 29, 2019
6:00 P.M.

AGENDA

1. OPENING PRAYER, PLEDGE

2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES AND AGENDA –
2.1 APPROVAL OF MINUTES – FEBRUARY 21, 2019
2.2 APPROVAL OF AGENDA – APRIL 29, 2019

3. OLD BUSINESS

4. NEW BUSINESS –
4.1 PUBLIC HEARING – To hear public opinion on an application for a variance located at 7610 Dragstrip Road (Tax Map 18, Parcel 705.00) property zoned IG (Industrial General). To allow the encroachment into the 50’ rear setback to 5’ off the rear property lines and the side setbacks of 25’ to 5’ on both sides, for the purpose of expanding and covering an RV Storage, requested by Michael Strinich. Property owned by Michael J. Strinich.
4.2 DISCUSS AND/OR TAKE ACTION – on an application for a Variance located at 7610 Dragstrip Road (Tax Map 18, Parcel 705.00) property zoned IG (Industrial General). To allow the encroachment into the 50’ rear setback to 5’ off the rear property lines and the side setbacks of 25’ to 5’ on both sides, for the purpose of expanding and covering an RV Storage, requested by Michael Strinich. Property owned by Michael J. Strinich.
4.3 PUBLIC HEARING – To hear public opinion on an application for a Variance located at 7106 Hall Court to update an existing carport to an attached two car Garage. (Tax Map 42H, Group D, Parcel 20.00), zoned RS-40. Setbacks are 50’ front, 25’ sides and 20’ rear. The setback on the right side would be 5’ from the property line. Owner of the property is Christina M. Fahy.
4.4 DISCUSS AND/OR TAKE ACTION on an application for a Variance located at 7106 Hall Court to update an existing carport to an attached two car garage. (Tax Map 42H, Group D, Parcel 20.00), zoned RS-40. Setbacks are 50’front, 25’ sides and 20’ rear. The setback on the right side would be 5’ from the property line. Owner of the property is Christina M. Fahy.
4.5 PUBLIC HEARING – To hear public opinion on a Variance located at 7110 Taylor Road (Tax Map 42D, Group A, Parcel:21.01) Zoned RSM-40 Removing a modular home building new home Setback are 50’ front, 25’ sides and rear 20’. The setback on new home would be 12.1’ & 14.3’ on the front, 14.2’ one side & 12.4’ on one corner of the back. Owner Sheila Joyce Plunkett.
4.6 DISCUSS AND/OR TAKE ACTION on a Variance located at 7110 Taylor Road (Tax Map 42D, Group A, Parcel 21.01) Zoned RSM-40 Removing a modular home building new home Setback are 50’ front, 25’ sides and rear 20’. The setback on new home would be 12.1’ & 14.3’ on the front, 14.2’ one side & 12.4’ on one corner of the back. Owner Sheila Joyce Plunkett.
4.7 PUBLIC HEARING – To hear public opinion on a Variance located at 7116 Sleepy Hollow road to build a two-car attached garage. (Tax Map 69, Parcel 100.00), zoned RS-40. Setbacks are 50’ front, 25’ sides & 20’ rear. The side he needs to build on would only have 19’ from the property line. Owner Douglas Inman.
4.8 DISCUSS AND/OR TAKE ACTION on a variance located at 7116 Sleepy Hollow road to build a two-car attached garage. (Tax Map 69, Parcel 100.00) zoned RS-40. Setbacks are 50’front, 25’ sides & 20’ rear. The side he needs to build on would only have 19’ from the property line. Owner Douglas Inman.

5. ADJOURNMENT

Public Notice: Fairview Board of Zoning Appeals 04-29-2019

PUBLIC NOTICE

A Public Hearing will be conducted before the Fairview Board of Zoning Appeals Monday, April 29, 2019 at 6:00p.m. The purpose of the Public Hearing is for the Fairview Board of Zoning Appeals to hear public opinion on an application for a variance located at 7610 Dragstrip Road (Tax Map 18, Parcel 705.00) property zoned IG (Industrial General). To allow the encroachment into the 50’ rear setback to 5’ off the rear property lines and the side setbacks of 25’ to 5’ on both sides, for the purpose of expanding and covering an RV Storage, requested by Michael Strinich. Property owned by Michael J. Strinich

To hear public opinion on an application for a Variance located at 7106 Hall Court to update an existing carport to an attached two car Garage. (Tax Map 42H, Group D, Parcel 20.00), zoned RS-40. Setbacks are 50’ front, 25’ sides and 20’ rear. The setback on the right side would be 5’ from the property line. Owner of the property is Christina M. Fahy.

To hear public opinion on a Variance located at 7110 Taylor Road (Tax Map 42D, Group A, Parcel:21.01) Zoned RSM-40 Removing a modular home building new home Setback are 50’ front, 25’ sides and rear 20’. The setback on new home would be 12.1’ & 14.3’ on the front, 14.2’ one side & 12.4’ on one corner of the back. Owner Sheila Joyce Plunkett.

To hear public opinion on a Variance located at 7116 Sleepy Hollow road to build a two-car attached garage. (Tax Map 69, Parcel 100.00), zoned RS-40. Setbacks are 50’ front, 25’ sides & 20’ rear. The side he needs to build on would only have 19’ from the property line. Owner Douglas Inman.

BOC Agenda: 04-04-2019

CITY OF FAIRVIEW
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

APRIL 4, 2019
7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

1. Roll Call

2. Call to Order

3. Prayer and Pledge

4. Approval of Agenda and Executive Session Announcements

5. Public Hearing(s) – N/A

6. Citizen Comments (Limited to the first 5 citizens to sign in and a limit of 3 minutes each)

7. Public Announcements, Awards and Recognitions

8. Staff Comments and Monthly Reports
A. Police
B. Fire
C. Public Works

9. Consent Agenda (Any Item May be Removed for Individual Consideration)
A. Minutes from the March 21, 2019 Board of Commissioners Meeting
B. Minutes from the March 21 2019 Board of Commissioners Work Session

10. Old Business

11. New Business
A. Resolution 06-19, A Resolution of the City of Fairview, Tennessee, Board of Commissioners Approving a City Manager Contract and Authorizing the Mayor to Sign on Behalf of the City
B. Resolution 07-19 Establishing a Water and Sewer Advisory Panel Pursuant to the 2006 Agreement Between the City of Fairview and the Water Authority of Dickson County
C. Resolution 08-19, A Resolution of the City of Fairview Board of Commissioners Appointing a Member of the City’s Planning Commission to the City’s Water and Wastewater Sub-Committee
D. Resolution 09-19, A Resolution of the City of Fairview Board of Commissioners Establishing a Reporting Date for the Water and Wastewater Sub-Committee

12. Communications from the Mayor and Commissioners
A. Commissioner
B. Commissioner
C. Commissioner
D. Vice Mayor
E. Mayor

13. Adjournment

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This entire Agenda and all the attached documents for the Board of Commissioners meeting for the date noted herein is a draft and subject to change in accordance with the City Charter, State Statutes, and applicable City Ordinance(s) through the date the Board of Commissioners Meeting is conducted.

Any matters that may be added to the agenda after this posting or the night of the actual meeting will not be included in this posting. It is anticipated such matters will be held to a minimum but the City reserves the absolute right to add any item to the Agenda in accordance with applicable Statutes and or Ordinances.

Parks and Landscaping Agenda: 04-02-2019

CITY OF FAIRVIEW PARKS AND LANDSCAPING BOARD MEETING
Tuesday – April 2, 2019
7:00 pm
City Hall

AGENDA

1. Call Meeting to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Approval of Agenda

4. Approval of Minutes
4.1. March 5, 2019 – Minutes P&L Board Meeting
4.2. March 14, 2019 – Minutes P&L Workshop

5. Old Business
5.1. Activity Proposal Planning – Parks/Holiday Events
Status updates or other actions?
5.2. Arbor Day Event Planning (April 27, 2019)
5.2.1. Action Items for Arbor Day Celebration?
5.2.2. BOC agenda for April 18 should include Arbor Day Proclamation (Brandy notified)
5.2.3. BOC agenda for April 18 should include Tree City USA recognition (Brandy notified)
5.3. Tree Ordinance Review and Consolidation – status and action items?

6. New Business

7. Citizen Comments

8. Adjournment:

The next City of Fairview Parks and Landscaping board meeting date:
– Tuesday – May 7, 2019 – 7PM at City Hall –

City Finance Report: Dec 2018 – Feb 2019

December 2018, January & February 2019: Fairview Finance Report

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Please Note: Recent Reports, Budgets and Audits can always be found on the City Finance Departments page located here. In addition, an archive of past City Finance Reports are located here.

Chipper Service Resumes April 2nd

SEASONAL SERVICE SCHEDULE:The chipper service runs from the first Tuesday in April through the fourth Tuesday in November. There are 4 separate zones for removal services. Each zone is picked up on a specific Tuesday of the month. 1st Tuesday of the Month – Zone 1. 2nd Tuesday of the Month – Zone 2. 3rd Tuesday of the Month – Zone 3. 4th Tuesday of the Month – Zone.