Planning Commission Agenda: 07-10-2018

AGENDA
Fairview Planning Commission
July 10, 2018, Regular Meeting @ 7 p.m.

• Opening Prayer and Pledge
• Approval of Agenda
• Citizen Comments
(limited to the first five citizens to sign in and three minutes each)
• Approval of Minutes: June 12, 2018 – Regular Meeting

BONDS/LETTERS OF CREDIT

1. Heartland Reserve Subdivision, Phases 1-4 – request for subdivision acceptance and reduction to a maintenance bond. 64 lots on 43.5 acres located along Triple Crown Lane and Affirmed Court. Property zoned R-20.

2. Western Woods Subdivision, Phase 4 – request for subdivision acceptance and reduction to a maintenance bond. 38 lots on 5.9 acres located along Wiley Circle, Spicer Court, and Colquitt Way. Property zoned RS-5 PUD.

3. Kyles Creek Subdivision, Phase 2, Section 1 – request for subdivision acceptance and reduction to a maintenance bond. 20 lots on 12 acres located along Kyles Creek Drive, Allans Ridge Lane, and Palgrave Court. Property zoned R-20.

REPORTS FOR DISCUSSION AND INFORMATION
• City Planner
• City Engineer
• City Attorney

COMMUNICATION FROM THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS

ADJOURNMENT

Park Commission Agenda: 07-02-2018

City of Fairview Park Commission Meeting

Monday, July 2, 2018 @ 7:00pm
Meeting Place: Fairview City Hall

Agenda

1. Call Meeting to order

2. Roll Call (Secretary)

3. Approval of Agenda

4. Citizen Comments

5. Public Announcements

6. Approval of Minutes from June 2018 Meeting

7. General Park Updates – Park Staff

8. Old Business
8.1 Feasibility of moving the farmers market to the Historic Village area.

9. New Business
9.1 Approach BOC (through Shannon) for possible projects that Park Commission can be engaged especially since there is budget for Parks in place.

10. Next Meeting: Monday, August 6, 2018

11. Park Commissioners Comments

12. Adjournment

Independence Day Celebration – July 3rd

Review these flyers for complete details regarding Fairview’s Independence Day Celebration which will be happening on Tuesday, July 3rd:

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BOC Agenda: 06-21-2018

CITY OF FAIRVIEW
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

JUNE 21, 2018
7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

1. Roll Call

2. Call to order by Mayor Carroll
A. Prayer and Pledge

3. Approval of the Agenda

4. Public Hearing

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

6. Awards and/or Recognitions

7. Public Announcements

8. Staff Comments

9. Approval of the Minutes

10. Consent Agenda Consisting of Items as Follows
A. Minutes from the June 7, 2018 Board of Commissioners Meeting
B. Minutes from the June 7, 2018 Board of Commissioners Work Session

11. Old Business

12. New Business
A. Special Event Beer Permit for Jingo Market, valid only July 3, 2018 at Independence Day Celebration
B. Resolution 14-18, A Resolution of the City of Fairview, Tennessee, Designating Certain Vehicles as Surplus, Authorizing Their Disposal, and Authorizing the Designation of Said Vehicle Auction Proceeds
C. Resolution 16-18, A Resolution of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Fairview, Tennessee, to Formally Accept the Subdivision Improvements Associated with Hickory Springs Subdivision
D. Cancellation of July 5 Board of Commissioners Meeting

13. Manager Items for Discussion
A. Miscellaneous Updates
B. City Attorney Comments

14. Communications from the Mayor and Commissioners

15. Adjournment

BOC MEETING PACKET


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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.

Planning Commission Agenda: 06-12-2018

Fairview Planning Commission
June 12, 2018, Regular Meeting @ 7 p.m.

AGENDA

• Opening Prayer and Pledge

• Approval of Agenda

• Citizen Comments
(limited to the first five citizens to sign in and three minutes each)

• Approval of Minutes: May 8, 2018 – Regular Meeting

NEW BUSINESS

1. Conceptual Plan, Redbud Springs Subdivision. 12 Proposed Lots on 8.34 acres. Property located at 500 Highway 96 (Tax Map 022, Parcel 134.07). R-20 Zoning District. Property owned by Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County.

2. Development Plan/Site Construction Plans, Fernvale Springs, Phase Four. 36 Proposed Units on 5.46 acres. Property located off Fernvale Springs Way (Tax Map 042, Part of Parcel 63.00). RM-12 Zoning District. Property owned by McGehee Family Trust.

BONDS/LETTERS OF CREDIT
3. Heartland Reserve Subdivision – request to reduce the bond.

REPORTS FOR DISCUSSION AND INFORMATION
• City Planner
• City Engineer
• City Attorney
• City Manager

BOC Agenda: 06-07-2018

CITY OF FAIRVIEW
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

JUNE 7, 2018
7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

1. Roll Call

2. Call to order by Mayor Carroll
A. Prayer and Pledge

3. Approval of the Agenda

4. Public Hearing
A. Item 11A – Budget
B. Item 11A – Tax Rate

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

6. Awards and/or Recognitions

7. Public Announcements

8. Staff Comments

9. Approval of the Minutes

10. Consent Agenda Consisting of Items as Follows
A. Minutes from the May 17, 2018 Board of Commissioners Meeting
B. Minutes from the May 17, 2018 Board of Commissioners Work Session

11. Old Business
A. Second and Final Reading of Ordinance No. 2018-09, An Ordinance of the City of Fairview, Tennessee Adopting the Annual Budget for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2018 and Ending June 30, 2019
B. Second and Final Reading on Section 9 of Ordinance No. 2018-09, An Ordinance of the City of Fairview, Tennessee Adopting the Annual Tax Rate for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2018 and Ending June 30, 2019

12. New Business

13. Manager Items for Discussion
A. Miscellaneous Updates
B. City Attorney Comments

14. Communications from the Mayor and Commissioners

15. 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.

BOZA Agenda: 06-11-2018

Board of Zoning Appeals

REGULAR MEETING
JUNE 11, 2018
7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

1. OPENING PRAYER, PLEDGE

2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES AND AGENDA –
2.1 APPROVAL OF MINUTES – APRIL 2, 2018
2.2 APPROVAL OF AGENDA – JUNE 11, 2018

3. OLD BUSINESS

4. NEW BUSINESS –
4.1 PUBLIC HEARING – To hear public opinion on an application for a variance to allow a storage shed in the side yard, requested by Vickie Baker. Property located at 7513 Chester Road (Tax Map 047, Parcel 30.00). Property zoned R-20. Parcel owned by Vickie Baker.
4.2 DISCUSS AND/OR TAKE ACTION – On an application for a variance to allow a storage shed in the side yard, requested by Vickie Baker. Property located at 7513 Chester Road (Tax Map 047, Parcel 30.00). Property zoned R-20. Parcel owned by Vickie Baker.

5. ADJOURNMENT

Park Commission Agenda: 06-04-2018

City of Fairview Park Commission Meeting

Monday, June 4, 2018 @ 7:00pm
Meeting Place: Fairview City Hall

Agenda

1. Call Meeting to order

2. Roll Call (Secretary)

3. Approval of Agenda

4. Citizen Comments

5. Public Announcements

6. Approval of Minutes from May 2018 Meeting

7. General Park Updates – Park Staff

8. Old Business
8.1 Feasibility of moving the farmers market to the Historic Village area.

9. New Business
None

10. Next Meeting: Monday, July 2, 2018

11. Park Commissioners Comments

12. Adjournment

Now Accepting: 2018 Independence Day Celebration Merchandise, Food & Sponsor Applications

2018 Fairview Independence Day Celebration
Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

  • City of Fairview 8th Annual Independence Day Celebration, Tuesday, July 3
  • Gates open at 4:00pm
  • Live music begins at 5:00pm
  • Fireworks at 9:00pm
  • Bring a chair or blanket
  • Fun for the whole family
  • No pets and no coolers

The City of Fairview is now accepting applications for vendor, booth and sponsors for our annual Independence Day Celebration to be held on Tuesday, July 3, 2018.

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: [email protected] or at 615-799-2484 ext. 132.

BOC Agenda: 05-17-2018

CITY OF FAIRVIEW
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

MAY 17, 2018
7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

1. Roll Call

2. Call to order by Mayor Carroll
A. Prayer and Pledge

3. Approval of the Agenda

4. Public Hearing

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

6. Awards and/or Recognitions

7. Public Announcements

8. Staff Comments

9. Approval of the Minutes

10. Consent Agenda Consisting of Items as Follows
A. Minutes from the May 3, 2018 Board of Commissioners Meeting

11. Old Business

12. New Business
A. Certificate of Compliance Renewal to Sell Wine in a Retail Food Store (Publix, 7014 City Center Way)
B. Resolution No. 11-18, A Resolution of the City of Fairview, Tennessee, Designating the Storage of Bowie Nature Park Historical Items and Materials at the Williamson County Museum and Archives
C. Ordinance No. 2018-09, An Ordinance of the City of Fairview, Tennessee Adopting the Annual Budget and Tax Rate for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2018 and Ending June 30, 2019
D. Resolution 12-18, A Resolution of the City of Fairview, Tennessee, Approving a Contract with Civil and Environmental Consultants (C.E.C.) for Professional Services Related to the Fairview Boulevard
E. Resolution 13-18, A Resolution of the City of Fairview, Tennessee, Approving an Amendment to the Contract 160087, Pin 123627.00 between the State of Tennessee and the City of Fairview for the Construction of a Sidewalk along Fairview Boulevard (SR-100) between Bowie Lake Road and Park Village Court
F. Approval of Pyro Shows Material Contract for Independence Day Celebration
G. Approval of Extreme Lighting and Sound Event Production Services Agreement for Independence Day Celebration
H. Addendum D, Extension to the Interlocal Agreement Between Williamson County and the City of Fairview for the Provision of Periodic Road Work and Maintenance to Municipal Roads

13. City Manager Items for Discussion
A. Miscellaneous Updates
B. City Attorney Comments

14. Communications from the Mayor and Commissioners

15. 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.