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  1. Confirmation
    Appointment

    Board of Health Reappointment of Carolyn Zielger for a term expiring on July 9, 2029.

    The appointee appeared before the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for consideration. The Committee approved a re-referral for the appointee to be considered at the next meeting.

  2. Confirmation
    Appointment

    Auditorium Commission Appointment of Fletcher Foster for a term expiring on June 30, 2027.

    The appointee appeared before the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for consideration. The Committee approved a re-referral for the appointee to be considered at the next meeting.

  3. Confirmation
    Appointment

    Auditorium Commission Appointment of Benjamin McDaniel for a term expiring on June 30, 2027.

    The appointee appeared before the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for consideration. The Committee approved a re-referral for the appointee to be considered at the next meeting.

  4. Confirmation
    Appointment

    Auditorium Commission Appointment of Nancy VanReece for a term expiring on June 30, 2027.

    The appointee appeared before the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for consideration. The Committee approved a re-referral for the appointee to be considered at the next meeting.

  5. Confirmation
    Appointment

    Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission Appointment of John Norris for a term expiring on May 1, 2028.

    The appointee appeared before the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for consideration. The Committee approved a re-referral for the appointee to be considered at the next meeting.

  6. Election
    Appointment

    Human Relations Commission Consideration of nominees to fill six vacancies for terms expiring April 18, 2027 with an election to be held on June 4, 2024. · Garlinda Burton nominated by CM Bradford · Dahron Johnson nominated by CM Benedict · Whitney Pastorek nominated by CM Parker · Heather Riddle nominated by CM Gregg · Shane Burkett nominated by CM Ellis · Michael Berger nominated by CM Weiner · Todd McKinney nominated by CM Toombs · Ben Tran nominated by CM Vo · Martin Sir nominated by CM Kupin · Hedy Weinberg nominated by CM Suara · Erin Coleman nominated by CM Gadd

    The nominations for Martin Sir and Hedy Weinberg were withdrawn. The remaining nominees appeared before the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for consideration. The Committee approved a re-referral for the nominees to be considered at the next meeting.

  7. Confirmation
    Appointment

    Social Services Commission Appointment of Anne Havard for a term expiring on March 24, 2029.

    The appointee appeared before the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for consideration. The Committee approved a re-referral for the appointee to be considered at the next meeting.

  8. Confirmation
    Appointment

    Sustainability Advisory Committee Appointment of Stephanie Teatro for a term expiring on March 14, 2026.

    The appointee appeared before the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for consideration. The Committee approved a re-referral for the appointee to be considered at the next meeting.

  9. Appointment
    Appointment

    Tourism and Convention Commission Appointment of Q-Juan Taylor for a term expiring on June 30, 2027.

    Council Member Sepulveda moved to defer the appointment, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

  10. Passed
    Appointment

    Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission Appointment of Nathaniel McDowell for a term expiring on March 24, 2027.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  11. Passed
    Appointment

    Board of Health Reappointment of Tene Franklin for a term expiring on July 9, 2029.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  12. Passed
    Appointment

    Public Records Commission Reappointment of Council Member Tonya Hancock for a term expiring on August 31, 2027.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  13. Passed
    Appointment

    Public Records Commission Appointment of Charles A. Sherrill for a term expiring on August 31, 2027.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  14. Passed
    Appointment

    Sustainability Advisory Committee Appointment of Council Member Burkley Allen for a term expiring on April 15, 2026.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  15. Passed
    Appointment

    Sustainability Advisory Committee Appointment of Council Member Sandy Ewing for a term expiring on April 15, 2026.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  16. Appointment
    Appointment

    Sustainability Advisory Committee Appointment of Matthew Taylor for a term expiring on April 15, 2026.

    Council Member Sepulveda moved to defer the appointment, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

  17. Confirmation
    Appointment

    Tourism and Convention Commission Appointment of Leesa LeClaire for a term expiring on June 30, 2027.

    The appointee appeared before the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for consideration. The Committee approved a re-referral for the appointee to be considered at the next meeting.

  18. Passed
    Appointment

    Traffic and Parking Commission Appointment of Robert Gibbs for a term expiring on April 15, 2029.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  19. Passed
    Appointment

    Work Release Commission Appointment of Jordan Kaset for a term expiring on January 1, 2028.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  20. Passed
    Appointment

    Zoning Appeals Board Appointment of Mina Johnson for a term expiring on April 15, 2029.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  21. Passed
    Appointment

    Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission Appointment of KJ Garner for a term expiring on April 16, 2026.

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment. Council Member Sepulveda moved to confirm the appointment, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

  22. Passed
    Rule Amendment

    Proposed amendment to Rule 43.4 of the Rules of Procedure of the Council.

    Council Member Sepulveda moved to adopt the rules amendment, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Allen offered a substitute rule amendment and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. Council Member Allen moved to adopt the rule amendment as substituted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  23. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution exempting Acapulco West End, located at 117 28th Ave N from the minimum distance requirements for obtaining a beer permit pursuant to Section 7.08.090.E of the Metropolitan Code.

    The resolution was approved by the Government Operations and Regulations Committee. Council Member Taylor requested a hearing from the public on this resolution which had been previously advertised. The President asked if anyone desired to be heard for or against the resolution and no one came forward to be heard. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member Taylor moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (31): Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Capp, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Druffel, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  24. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution requesting certain departments of the Metropolitan Government to provide a comprehensive analysis of recommended changes to increase the safety, security, housing resources for the unhoused, and cleanliness of the properties surrounding the Cumberland River within the downtown interstate loop.

    The resolution was approved with an amendment by the Arts, Parks, Libraries, and Entertainment, the Public Health and Safety Committee, and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Council Member Kupin moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Kupin offered Amendment No. 1 and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. Council Member Kupin moved to adopt the resolution as amended, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (31): Suara, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Cortese, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Webb, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Gadd, Preptit, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

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  25. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution exempting 1000 28th Ave N, from the minimum distance requirements for obtaining a Short Term Rental Property - Not Owner-Occupied permit pursuant to Metropolitan Code of Laws Section 6.28.030(B)(2)(d).

    The resolution was approved by the Government Operations and Regulations Committee. Council Member Taylor requested a hearing from the public on this resolution which had been previously advertised. The President asked if anyone desired to be heard for or against the resolution and a citizen was heard in opposition to the resolution. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member Taylor moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (31): Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Capp, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Gregg, Vo, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  26. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution exempting 1002 28th Ave N, from the minimum distance requirements for obtaining a Short Term Rental Property - Not Owner-Occupied permit pursuant to Metropolitan Code of Laws Section 6.28.030(B)(2)(d).

    The resolution was approved by the Government Operations and Regulations Committee. Council Member Taylor requested a hearing from the public on this resolution which had been previously advertised. The President asked if anyone desired to be heard for or against the resolution and a citizen was heard in opposition to the resolution. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member Taylor moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (32): Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Capp, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  27. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution exempting 1004 28th Ave N, from the minimum distance requirements for obtaining a Short Term Rental Property - Not Owner-Occupied permit pursuant to Metropolitan Code of Laws Section 6.28.030(B)(2)(d).

    The resolution was approved by the Government Operations and Regulations Committee. Council Member Taylor requested a hearing from the public on this resolution which had been previously advertised. The President asked if anyone desired to be heard for or against the resolution and a citizen was heard in opposition to the resolution. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member Taylor moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (32): Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Capp, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  28. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution exempting 1006 28th Ave N, from the minimum distance requirements for obtaining a Short Term Rental Property - Not Owner-Occupied permit pursuant to Metropolitan Code of Laws Section 6.28.030(B)(2)(d).

    The resolution was approved by the Government Operations and Regulations Committee. Council Member Taylor requested a hearing from the public on this resolution which had been previously advertised. The President asked if anyone desired to be heard for or against the resolution and a citizen was heard in opposition to the resolution. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member Taylor moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (32): Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Capp, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  29. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the first amendment to an agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Bode Cellmark Forensics, Inc. dba Bode Technology to provide testing of forensic biological evidence.

    Council Member Porterfield moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (32): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Kimbrough, Toombs, Cortese, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Gadd, Preptit, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, and Ewing; No (0); Abstain (0).

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  30. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting the terms of a cooperative purchasing master agreement for executive search and direct permanent placement services for the Metropolitan Action Commission.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Health and Safety Committee.

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  31. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution honoring Berdelle Campbell for her contributions to historic preservation, environmentalism, and civic causes in Nashville and Davidson County.
  32. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving an interlocal agreement between the City of Goodlettsville (Goodlettsville) and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, through the Nashville Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure (NDOT), authorizing Goodlettsville to operate and maintain traffic signalization equipment at the intersection of South Mainstreet and Rivergate Parkway, in Goodlettsville.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  33. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a sole source contract between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Transportation Control Systems, Inc. to provide McCain Traffic and Pedestrian Hardware at a 35% discount off manufacturer’s suggested retail price.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

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  34. Resolution
    Resolution

    A resolution approving three option agreements authorizing the purchase of properties for a new elementary school in Antioch, Tennessee. (Proposal No. 2024M-019AG-001).

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Planning and Zoning Committee. Council Member Styles moved to defer the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council, with Council Member Porterfield abstaining.

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  35. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving amendment three to a Parental Assistance Court grant from the Tennessee Department of Human Services to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Davidson County Juvenile Court, to provide opportunities for and meet the needs of eligible low-income families who have a court ordered child support obligation and to increase program participant parenting time with their children.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  36. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving an intergovernmental agreement between the State of Tennessee Department of Transportation (“TDOT”) and the Metropolitan Government, by and through the Nashville Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure (“NDOT”), for the maintenance of traffic control devices in connection with TDOT’s roadway improvement project on Old Hickory Boulevard, from Brick Church Pike to Dickerson Pike. Federal No. HSIP-45(33); State No. 19100-0212-94, 19100-3212-94, 19100-2212-94, 19100-1212-94; PIN 130952.00. (Proposal No. 2024M-017AG-001).

    The resolution was approved by the Planning Commission, the Budget and Finance Committee, the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

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  37. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a participation agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Department of Water and Sewerage Services, and Elliston Hospitality, LLC, to provide improved public sanitary sewer service through the construction of an improved stormwater system (Project No. 2020060039 and Proposal Number 2024M-016AG-001).

    The resolution was approved by the Planning Commission, the Budget and Finance Committee, the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

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  38. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving amendment two to a grant from the Tennessee Department of Human Services to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Davidson County Juvenile Court, to establish and enforce federal and state mandated child support program guidelines for children born out of wedlock.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

    Attachments
  39. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving Amendment One to a lease agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Nashville Garage LP for office space at 350 Deaderick Street. (Proposal No. 2024M-002AG-002).

    The resolution was approved by the Planning Commission, the Budget and Finance Committee and the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  40. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a participation agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Department of Water and Sewerage Services, and A-Team Properties, LLC, to provide sanitary sewer service improvements for A-Team’s proposed development, as well as other existing properties in the area (MWS Project No. 23-SL-0182 and Proposal No. 2024M-015AG-001).

    The resolution was approved by the Planning Commission, the Budget and Finance Committee, the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

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  41. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution appropriating $80,000.00 in American Rescue Plan Act funds from Fund #30216 to Jefferson Street Sound Museum for upkeep, marketing, community outreach expansion, and music education.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  42. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution authorizing the issuance of not to exceed one hundred forty-nine million dollars ($149,000,000) in aggregate principal amount of interfund tax anticipation notes of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

  43. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution directing the Metropolitan Department of Water and Sewerage Services to make additional payments in lieu of ad valorem taxes.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

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  44. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution to approve the Tenth Amendment to the Lease Agreement between The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Square Investment Holdings, LLC for office space in the Washington Square Building located at 222 Second Avenue North (Proposal No. 2024M-023AG-001).

    The resolution was approved by the Planning Commission, the Budget and Finance Committee and the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  45. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a contract between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Ford Hall Company Inc. for the provision of Wier Wolf parts, products and service.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

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  46. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution appropriating $30,675.00 in American Rescue Plan Act funds from Fund #30216 to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, as fiscal agent for the Metropolitan Historical Commission Foundation, for the creation of two Nashville Sites driving tours for North Nashville.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  47. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving an application for a Congestion Relief Program grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Nashville Department of Transportation & Multimodal Infrastructure (NDOT), to fund the Downtown Nashville Adaptive Signals and Transportation Demand Management project which aims to make greater strides towards alleviating congestion, increasing mobility, and supporting transit operations in downtown Nashville.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  48. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting an in-kind grant from the Friends of Warner Parks to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, to fund the purchase and installation of a Metropolitan Historical Commission (MHC) historical marker on the grounds of the 1811 House in Percy Warner Park.

    The resolution was approved by the Arts, Parks, Libraries, and Entertainment Committee and the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  49. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting an in-kind grant from the Friends of Shelby Park & Bottoms to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, to improve and expand the Nature Play Area in Shelby Bottoms, including the construction of a new pavilion.

    The resolution was approved by the Arts, Parks, Libraries, and Entertainment Committee and the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  50. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving amendment one to a grant from the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Office of Family Safety, to support the provision of services to families who have experienced domestic violence and child abuse/neglect.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Health and Safety Committee.

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  51. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution amending Resolution RS2023-2166 to correct an error concerning the description of the required cash match and updated end date of amendment one to a grant from the Tennessee Department of Human Services to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Davidson County Juvenile Court, to establish and enforce federal and state mandated child support program guidelines for children born out of wedlock.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  52. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting a Homeland Security Grant from the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Office of Emergency Management, to implement State Homeland Security Strategies by addressing the identified planning, equipment, training, and exercise needs required to prevent, respond to, and recover from acts of terrorism.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Health and Safety Committee.

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  53. Failed
    Resolution

    A resolution authorizing 4th Avenue Property LLC to construct and install an aerial encroachment at 107 4th Ave North (Proposal No. 2024M-014EN-001).

    The resolution was approved by the Planning Commission, the Planning and Zoning Committee, and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Council Member Kupin moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and failed by the following roll call vote:

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  54. Resolution
    Resolution

    A resolution to amend Ordinance BL2021-758 of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to negotiate, condemn, and accept permanent eastements for the McGavock Pike Stormwater Improvement Project for five properties located on McGavock Pike and Gallatin Pike, (Project No. 21-SWC-274 and Proposal No. 2021M-043ES-002).
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  55. Resolution
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a grant contract between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Celebrate Nashville, a 501(c)(3) organization, to provide cultural event management services.
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  56. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution appropriating a total of $500,000 from the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Office of Homeless Services, to Depaul USA for the provision of start-up property management, on-site support, and case management services at the Strobel Permanent Supportive Housing Residence.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Health and Safety Committee.

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  57. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution appropriating to certain accounts for the benefit of the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, Nashville Farmers’ Market, Nashville Department of Transportation Parking Management Program Fund, and GSD Debt Service in the amount of Twelve Million, Two Hundred, Ninety-Three Thousand, Seven Hundred Dollars ($12,293,700).

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

  58. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution appropriating the amount of $31,815,000.00 from the General Fund Reserve Fund for the purchase of equipment and building repairs for various departments of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

    Attachments
  59. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution recognizing May 22, 2024, as Harvey Milk Day in Nashville and Davidson County.
  60. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution recognizing May 20 through 28, 2024, as Period Poverty Awareness Week in Nashville and Davidson County.
  61. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution recognizing May 2024 as Jewish American Heritage Month.
  62. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution supporting the decision of Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools to not allow teachers or staff to carry firearms on campus.
  63. Resolution
    Resolution

    A resolution expressing support for the infill development application filed with the Metro Historic Zoning Commission, to replace the existing surface parking lot located at 201-205 Broadway with new construction, including a new downtown fire and emergency services operations center.

    The resolution was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee. Council Member Webb moved to defer the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

  64. Public Hearing
    Bill (Ordinance)

    A bill to be entitled: The Budget Ordinance of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee for Fiscal Year 2025.

    Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the June 4, 2024 public hearing. The bill is referred to the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  65. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance establishing the tax levy in the General Services District for the fiscal year 2024-2025, and declaring the amount required for the annual operating budget of the Urban Services District, pursuant to section 6.07 of the Metropolitan Charter.

    Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  66. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving an agreement between Bethel University (“Bethel”) and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by and through the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department (“MNPD”), to provide a reduced tuition rate to qualifying MNPD employees enrolling in Bethel’s online degrees programs.

    Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Health and Safety Committee.

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  67. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving an agreement between the Nashville Police Activities League (“Nashville P.A.L.”), and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by and through the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department (“MNPD”), to develop extracurricular activities for at-risk youth.

    Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Health and Safety Committee.

    Attachments
  68. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving a lease agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Trimac 401 Church Property Owner LLC for office space at 401 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee (Parcel No. 09306108900) (Proposal No. 2024M-023AG-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Budget and Finance Committee and the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  69. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance granting the Purchasing Agent the authority to extend the term of contract number 458569 for the Fire Emergency Medical Services Billing and Collection contract.

    Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Health and Safety Committee.

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  70. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance creating the positions of 311 Call Center Manager, 311 Call Center Supervisor, Criminal Intelligence Analyst 1, Criminal Intelligence Analyst 2, Criminal Intelligence Unit Manager, Criminal Intelligence Unit Supervisor, Family Safety Advocate, Family Safety Advocate Senior, Helicopter Mechanic, Helicopter Maintenance Supervisor, Industrial Control Systems Specialist, Logistics Supervisor, Office of Family Safety Assistant Director, Police Assistant Chief, Risk and Compliance Manager, Service and Security Officer 1, Service and Security Officer 2, Waste Services Assistant Director, Waste Services Director, Youth Case Manager 1, Youth Case Manager 2, Youth Case Manager 3, and Zoning Examiner 2.

    Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Budget and Finance Committee and the Government Operations and Regulations Committee.

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  71. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for property located at 9828 Split Log Road in Williamson County, also known as Rosebrooke Section 4A (MWS Project No. 24-SL-32 and Proposal No. 2024M-061ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  72. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water and sanitary sewer mains, public fire hydrant assemblies, public water pressure reducing valve, public sanitary sewer manholes, public sanitary sewer odor control station and easements, for five properties located on Cane Ridge Road, also known as Parks at Cane Ridge Phase 1B (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-101 and 23-SL-269 and Proposal No. 2024M-057ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

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  73. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water and sanitary sewer mains, new public fire hydrant assemblies, new public sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for five properties located on Cane Ridge Road, also known as Parks at Cane Ridge Phase 1C (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-102 and 23-SL-270 and Proposal No. 2024M-058ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  74. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance creating an East Bank Stormwater District and establishing certain provisions governing stormwater management practices therein.

    Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

  75. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water and sanitary sewer mains, fire hydrant assemblies, sanitary sewer manholes and easements and the relocation of fire hydrant assembly, for property located at 3400 Conviser Drive, also known as Taylor Townhomes (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-22 and 23-SL-44 and Proposal No. 2024M-060ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  76. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer main, new public sanitary sewer manhole and easements, for two properties located at 2310 B and 2314 B 18th Avenue North, also known as 18th Avenue North Homes, (MWS Project No. 23-SL-281 and Proposal No. 2024M-062ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  77. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public stormwater drainage and detention easement rights for the specific area of property located at 2244 Hobson Pike, also known as Resurrected Church (Proposal No. 2024M-063ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  78. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public sanitary sewer main, public sanitary sewer manhole and easement, and to accept new public sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 304 Oldham Street, also known as Oldham Self Storage (MWS Project No. 24-SL-11 and Proposal No. 2024M-064ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  79. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Chapter 4.20 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws to establish a contract and compliance board for existing construction contracts of the Metropolitan Government.

    Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the next regular meeting. The bill is referred to the Budget and Finance Committee.

  80. Withdrawn
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 16 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws to provide for housing, health, and safety of residents by streamlining Codes provisions related to fireproofing requirements for middle housing creation and conversion, including specifically the creation of a class of Large Unit Homes within the International Building Code and providing for NFPA-13D sprinklers and one-hour fire-resistance-rated separation therefor.

    The bill was recommended for withdrawal by the Government Operations and Regulations Committee. Council Member Evans-Segall withdrew the bill

  81. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving a term extension of Contract 408246 between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Reynolds Construction, LLC for the Biosolids facility digester design and build project.

    The bill was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Council Member Porterfield moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Porterfield moved to suspend the rules of procedure to introduce a late amendment. Without objection, Council Member Porterfield offered Amendment No. 1 and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. Council Member Porterfield moved to pass the bill on second reading as amended, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

    Attachments
  82. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend the Geographic Information Systems Street and Alley Centerline Layer for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by renaming four disconnected segments of Old Harding Pike. (Proposal Number 2023M-003SR-001).

    The Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved a substitute bill and recommended deferral of the bill as substituted. Council Member Spain moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Spain offered a substitute bill and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

    Attachments
  83. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept a public sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 1806 B Lischey Avenue, also known as The Villas at Lischey (MWS Project No. 24-SL-27 and Proposal No. 2024M-040ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  84. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer mains, public sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for two properties located at 7350 Nolensville Road and Rocky Fork Road (unnumbered) in Williamson County, also known as Village Green (Nolensville) (MWS Project No. 23-SL-56 and Proposal No. 2024M-042ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  85. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing sanitary sewer pump stations, sanitary sewer main, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, and to accept new sanitary sewer mains, new sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for 19 properties located on Nolensville Road, Kidd Road, Alameda Avenue, Baronswood Drive, and Fly Road in Williamson County, also known as Storyvale (Nolensville) (MWS Project No. 23-SL-178 and Proposal No. 2024M-041ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  86. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer main and sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 1328 McAlpine Avenue (MWS Project No. 23-SL-284 and Proposal No. 2024M-034ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  87. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept a new public water main, for property located at 6501 Pennywell Drive (MWS Project No. 23- WL-84 and Proposal No. 2024M-044ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  88. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance granting the Purchasing Agent the authority to extend the term of contract number 459172 between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, through the Department of Water and Sewerage Services, and CDM Smith.

    The bill was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Council Member Porterfield moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Porterfield moved to suspend the rules of procedure to introduce a late amendment. Without objection, Council Member Porterfield offered Amendment No. 1 and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. Council Member Porterfield moved to pass the bill on second reading as amended, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

    Attachments
  89. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing Jemal’s Honky Tonk LLC to construct, install, and maintain aerial, underground, and aboveground encroachments at 522, 524, and 532 4th Avenue South (Proposal No. 2023M-009EN-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  90. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to acquire permanent and temporary easements through negotiation, condemnation, and acceptance, for the Norvel Avenue Stormwater Improvement Project for 13 properties located on Norvel Avenue and Oxford Street, (Project No. 24-SWC-180 and Proposal No. 2024-050ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  91. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for five properties located at Nolensville Park Road, Rocky Fork Road, Newsom Lane, and Johnson Industrial Boulevard in Williamson County, also known as the Nolensville Public Works facility project (MWS Project No. 24-SL-12 and Proposal No. 2024M-049ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  92. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept the replacement and realignment of public water main, for property located at 1112 B Baptist World Center Drive, also known as Hudson Row (MWS Project No. 24- WL-15 and Proposal No. 2024M-047ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  93. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water and sanitary sewer mains, fire hydrant assemblies, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for property located at 7211 Carothers Road, also known as Carothers Crossing Phase 5B (MWS Project Nos. 21-WL-110 and 21-SL-265 and Proposal No. 2024M-048ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  94. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing the abandonment of Alley #896 right-of-way and utility easements between Reidhurst Avenue and 24th Avenue North, and the conditional abandonment of Alley #924 right-of-way and partial utility easements between Brandau Place and Alley #896. (Proposal Number 2024M-001AB-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  95. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to adopt the revised Flood Insurance Rate Map to minimize dangers to life and property, due to flooding, and to maintain eligibility for participation in the National Flood Insurance Program (Proposal No. 2024M-002OT-001)

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  96. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing the abandonment of a portion of Alley #1519 right-of-way, from Midland Avenue then west to the dead end. (Proposal Number 2024M-002AB-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  97. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for property located at 319 Williams Avenue, also known as Williams Retreat Phase 1 (MWS Project No. 21-SL-60 and Proposal No. 2024M-051ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  98. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water main, public fire hydrant assemblies and public sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 311 3rd Avenue South, also known as Motto Hotel, (MWS Project Nos. 24-WL-07 and 24-SL-42 and Proposal No. 2024M-053ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  99. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water and sanitary sewer mains, fire hydrant assemblies, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for property located at 7211 Carothers Road, also known as Carothers Crossing Phase 10 Section 2A (MWS Project Nos. 24-WL-09 and 24-SL-21 and Proposal No. 2024M-052ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  100. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer main, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for property located at 1015 Tulip Grove Road (MWS Project No. 22-SL-172 and Proposal No. 2024M-055ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  101. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public sanitary sewer force main and easement, and to accept new public water main and sanitary sewer main, fire hydrant assembles, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for property located at 2600 Pennington Bend Road, also known as Pennington Mills (MWS Project Nos. 22-WL-147 and 22-SL-298 and Proposal No. 2024M-045ES-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  102. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending Title 15 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws pertaining to the approval of water and sewer system extensions, additions, improvements, or other works by the Metropolitan Council.

    The bill was approved by the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

  103. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing Tennessee State University to construct and install an aerial and above ground encroachment at 3100 John A. Merritt Boulevard (Proposal No. 2024M-015EN-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  104. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to provide for the designation of public property within specified areas of downtown Nashville as a temporary “Special Event Zone” during the time period beginning at nine o’clock (9:00) p.m. on July 2, 2024, and ending at eleven fifty-nine (11:59) p.m. on July 5, 2024, relative to the use of these areas in conjunction with the 2024 July 4th Celebration and related activities and events.

    The bill was approved by the Arts, Parks, Libraries, and Entertainment Committee and the Public Health and Safety Committee.

    Attachments
  105. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Chapter 2.112 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws regarding the membership of the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission and the process for approving the criteria for awarding funds.

    The bill was approved with an amendment by the Arts, Parks, Libraries, and Entertainment Committee and recommended for deferral by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee. The bill was deferred pursuant to Rule 8.1 of the Rules of Procedure of the Council.

  106. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Section 2.147.030 of the Metropolitan Code regarding the selection of members to the Nashville Music, Film, & Entertainment Commission.

    The bill was approved by the Arts, Parks, Libraries, and Entertainment Committee and recommended for deferral by the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee. The bill was deferred pursuant to Rule 8.1 of the Rules of Procedure of the Council.

  107. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from CS to SP zoning for property located at 3910 Central Pike, approximately 240 feet west of Old Hickory Boulevard, (2.06 acres) and located within a Planned Unit Development Overlay District, to permit 127 multi-family residential units in an existing building, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023SP-079-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  108. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by cancelling a portion of a Planned Unit Development Overlay District for property located at 3910 Central Pike, approximately 240 feet west of Old Hickory Boulevard (2.06 acres), zoned CS, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 93P-023-004).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  109. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing 1.77 acres from AR2a to CS zoning and 0.07 acres from CS to AR2a on a portion of property located at 4000 Andrew Jackson Parkway, at the northwest corner of Andrew Jackson Parkway and Old Hickory Boulevard (1.84 acres being rezoned of 13.06 total acres ), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023Z-111PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  110. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws to amend the definitions of multi-family and residence for handicapped, more than eight individuals; update references related to accessory building, detached, detached accessory dwelling, and detached accessory dwelling unit for consistency; add bar/night club as a permitted use in certain industrial districts; add daycare as a permitted with conditions use in certain districts, and to add a definition for half story related to contextual overlays (Proposal No. 2024Z-005TX-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  111. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from CS to SP zoning for property located at 316 Homestead Road, approximately 240 feet north of Southridge Drive (1.56 acres), to permit 23 multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023SP-032-001).
    Attachments
  112. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to authorize building material restrictions and requirements for BL2024-271, a proposed Specific Plan Zoning District on properties located at 316 Homestead Road, approximately 240 feet north of Southridge Drive (1.56 acres), to permit 23 multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023SP-032-001). THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE REQUIRES CERTAIN MATERIALS TO BE RESTRICTED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS.

    Council Member Toombs moved to defer the bill, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

  113. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from R6-A to RM20-A-NS zoning for properties located at 75, 77 and 79 Robertson Street, approximately 111 feet east of Fairfield Ave. (0.33 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024Z-007PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  114. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from R10 to OR20-A-NS zoning for property located at 99 Thompson Lane, at the corner of Thompson Lane and Dobbs Avenue, (2.2 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024Z-002PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  115. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from OG to MUL zoning for property located at 605 W. Due West Ave., at the southeast corner of W. Due West Ave. and Briarville Road (0.94 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024Z-009PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  116. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from R10 and CL to SP zoning for properties located at 310 and 312 Donelson Pike, approximately 280 feet north of Emery Drive, (2.6 acres), to permit 41 multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024SP-001-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  117. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to authorize building material restrictions and requirements for BL2024-322, a proposed Specific Plan Zoning District on properties located at 310 and 312 Donelson Pike, approximately 280 feet north of Emery Drive, (2.6 acres), to permit 41 multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024SP-001-001). THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE REQUIRES CERTAIN MATERIALS TO BE RESTRICTED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS.

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

  118. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from RS7.5 to R8 zoning for properties located at 330, 334, 338 and 342 Rio Vista Drive, approximately 691 feet south of Anderson Lane (0.8 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024Z-016PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  119. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County by changing from R8 to RM15-A-NS zoning for property located at 6109 Robertson Ave., approximately 230 feet north of Deal Ave. (0.23 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024Z-020PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  120. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from RS10 to SP zoning for properties located at 2840 and 2842 Buena Vista Pike, approximately 58 feet east of Mike Shields Court, (3.53 acres) to permit 46 multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024SP-006-001).
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  121. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to authorize building material restrictions and requirements for BL2024-317, a proposed Specific Plan Zoning District on properties located at 2840 and 2842 Buena Vista Pike, approximately 58 feet east of Mike Shields Court, (3.53 acres) to permit 46 multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024SP-006-001). THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE REQUIRES CERTAIN MATERIALS TO BE RESTRICTED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS.

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee. Council Member Toombs moved to defer the bill, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

  122. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from R40 and RM4 to SP zoning for property located at 6842 Highway 70 S, approximately 1,600 feet west of Harding Pike, (11.77 acres), to permit a mixed-use development, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023SP-084-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  123. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to authorize building material restrictions and requirements for BL2024-325, a proposed Specific Plan Zoning District on properties located at 6842 Highway 70 S, approximately 1,600 feet west of Harding Pike, (11.77 acres), to permit a mixed-use development, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023SP-084-001). THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE REQUIRES CERTAIN MATERIALS TO BE RESTRICTED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS.

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

  124. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from RS5 to SP zoning for property located at 1631 16th Avenue North, at the southwest corner of 16th Avenue North and Wheless Street and located within the Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit (DADU) Overlay District, (0.21 acres), to permit two detached residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023SP-067-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  125. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to authorize building material restrictions and requirements for BL2024-320, a proposed Specific Plan Zoning District on properties located at 1631 16th Avenue North, at the southwest corner of 16th Avenue North and Wheless Street and located within the Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit (DADU) Overlay District, (0.21 acres), to permit two detached residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023SP-067-001). THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE REQUIRES CERTAIN MATERIALS TO BE RESTRICTED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS.

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

  126. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from RS10 to SP zoning for property located at Hart Lane (unnumbered), at the northwestern corner of Hart Lane and Saunders Ave. (0.61 acres), to permit eight multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024SP-010-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  127. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to authorize building material restrictions and requirements for BL2024-327, a proposed Specific Plan Zoning District on properties located at Hart Lane (unnumbered), at the northwestern corner of Hart Lane and Saunders Ave (0.61 acres), to permit eight multi-family residentual units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024SP-010-001). THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE REQUIRES CERTAIN MATERIALS TO BE RESTRICTED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS.

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

  128. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from R8 to RM9-A-NS zoning for property located at 5001 Bell Road, at the southeast corner of Old Hickory Blvd and Bell Road (0.62 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024Z-023PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  129. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from R10 to RM15-A-NS zoning for property located at 2128 Bellefield Ave., approximately 147 feet northeast of Courtney Ave.(0.35 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024Z-024PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  130. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from R8 to RM15-A-NS zoning for property located at 6307 Robertson Ave., approximately 271 feet west of Croley Drive (0.46 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024Z-027PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  131. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from IWD to MUN-A for property located at 189 Little Green Street, at the southeast corner of Little Green Street and Edgar Street (0.15 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2022Z-118PR-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  132. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend the Geographic Information Systems Street and Alley Centerline Layer for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by renaming J.B. Estille Drive, between Lebanon Pike and Old Lebanon Pike, to “Donelson Station Boulevard”. (Proposal Number 2023M-001SR-001).
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  133. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing the granting of a permanent utility line easement to the Electric Power Board of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County (“NES”) and Fairgrounds Parcel C, LLC, on certain property owned by the Metropolitan Government, and authorizing Fairgrounds Parcel C, LLC to construct, install, and maintain a secondary electrical underground encroachment at 445 Benton Avenue. (Proposal No. 2024M-004EN-001).
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  134. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving an option agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Jason Oggs and James Brown, authorizing the purchase of certain properties owned by Jason Oggs and James Brown (Parcel Nos. 07004018900, 07004018800, 07004010400) (Proposal No. 2024M-011AG-001).
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  135. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance adding Chapter 2.107 to the Metropolitan Code of Laws to authorize the farmers’ market board to adopt rules and regulations enabling sponsorships for events and programs put on by the Nashville Farmers’ Market (“the Market”).
  136. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public water mains and easements, and to accept new public water main and sanitary sewer main, new public fire hydrant assembly, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for 10 properties located at Dickerson Pike and Plum Street, (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-60 and 22-SL-220 and Proposal No. 2024M-039ES-001).
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  137. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing State Street Owner, LP to construct, install, and maintain above ground and underground encroachments at 1600 State Street and 300 Bar B Que Alley. (Proposal No. 2024M-005EN-001).
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  138. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving a services agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Mayor’s Office, and the Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. (“EPRI”) for an Accelerating Resilience of the Community through Holistic Engagement and use of Renewables (“ARCHER”) project to minimize the potential burden on local residents due to insufficient energy resilience related to extreme weather events.
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  139. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer main and sanitary sewer manholes, for property located at 1480 Georgetown Court, (MWS Project No. 23-SL-259 and Proposal No. 2024M-030ES-001).
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  140. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public water main and to accept new public water main, for property located at 1212 McGavock Street (MWS Project No. 23-WL-94 and Proposal No. 2024M-046ES-001).
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  141. Appointment
    Appointment

    Transportation Licensing Commission Nominations to fill two vacancies with terms expiring April 30, 2026, with an election to be held at the June 18, 2024 Council meeting.

    The President called for nominations, which were submitted as follows: Council Member Spain nominated Erica Pedley; Council Member Vo nominated Annie Klaver; Council Member Kupin nominated Freddie Carr; Council Member Allen nominated Kevin Warner. The President declared the nominations closed, with candidates referred to the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for an interview on June 4, 2024 and an election to be held June 18, 2024.

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  142. Appointment
    Report

    Pursuant to Section 8-44-112 of the Tennessee Code Annotated, time is reserved for public comment on legislative items appearing on this agenda. Members of the public wishing to speak may sign-up on the Council Meeting sign-up sheet at the Metro Clerk’s Office counter on the day of the scheduled meeting. Public Comment sign-up for Council meetings begins at 5:00 p.m. and ends at 6:00 p.m. Public Comment is limited to twenty minutes total at Council meetings and each speaker is allowed up to two minutes to speak. Requests for interpretation services should be directed to the Council Office at 615-862-6780. Las solicitudes de servicios de interpretación deben dirigirse a la Oficina del Consejo a 615-862-6780.

    Members of the public who registered in advance provided comment on items on the agenda.

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  143. Public Hearing
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending Section 17.16.030 of the Metropolitan Code, Zoning Regulations to amend the conditions for adaptive residential developments located in non-residential zoning districts where residential uses are permitted with conditions (Proposal No. 2024Z-004TX-001).

    Council Member Horton moved to pass the bill on first reading, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Horton offered a substitute bill and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  144. Appointment
    Appointment

    CATV Special Committee An election to fill a vacancy for a term expiring March 1, 2027. · Allen Williams nominated by Council Member Eslick · Gregory Welsch nominated by Council Member Evans-Segall

    The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee approved the election of Allen Williams and withdrew the nomination for Gregory Welsch. Council Member Sepulveda moved to approve the election of Allen Williams, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

  145. Public Hearing
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance adopting the 2024-2025 through 2029-2030 Capital Improvements Budget for The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County as the official Capital Improvements Budget of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County for Fiscal Year 2024-2025.

    Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and will be considered at the June 4, 2024 public hearing. The bill is referred to the Budget and Finance Committee and the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  146. Appointment
    Appointment

    CATV Special Committee Nominations to fill one vacancy for a term expiring March 1, 2027, with an election to be held at the June 18, 2024 Council meeting. Nominees must be a representative of a union representing workers in the telecommunications industry.

    The President called for nominations, which were submitted as follows: Council Member Sepulveda nominated Darryl Wilson. The President declared the nominations closed, with candidates referred to the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee for an interview on June 4, 2024 and an election to be held June 18, 2024.

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  147. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution honoring Berdelle Campbell for her contributions to historic preservation, environmentalism, and civic causes in Nashville and Davidson County.

    Council Member Kupin moved to adopt the resolution and that all members voting in the affirmative be listed as a cosponsor pursuant to Rule 12.3 of the Rules of Procedure of the Council, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (34): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Kimbrough, Toombs, Cortese, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  148. Resolution
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a grant contract between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Celebrate Nashville, a 501(c)(3) organization, to provide cultural event management services.

    The resolution was approved by the Arts, Parks, Libraries, and Entertainment Committee and the Budget and Finance Committee. Council Member Styles moved to defer the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  149. Resolution
    Resolution

    A resolution to amend Ordinance BL2021-758 of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to negotiate, condemn, and accept permanent eastements for the McGavock Pike Stormwater Improvement Project for five properties located on McGavock Pike and Gallatin Pike, (Project No. 21-SWC-274 and Proposal No. 2021M-043ES-002).

    The resolution was approved by the Planning Commission, the Planning and Zoning Committee, and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Council Member Capp moved to defer the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  150. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution supporting the decision of Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools to not allow teachers or staff to carry firearms on campus.

    The resolution was approved by the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee. Council Member Lee moved to adopt the resolution and that all members voting in the affirmative be listed as a cosponsor pursuant to Rule 12.3 of the Rules of Procedure of the Council, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (36): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  151. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution recognizing May 2024 as Jewish American Heritage Month.

    The resolution was approved by the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee. Council Member Kupin moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (36): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  152. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution recognizing May 20 through 28, 2024, as Period Poverty Awareness Week in Nashville and Davidson County.

    The resolution was approved by the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee. Council Member Gadd moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (36): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  153. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution recognizing May 22, 2024, as Harvey Milk Day in Nashville and Davidson County.

    The resolution was approved by the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee. Council Member Bradford moved to adopt the resolution and that all members voting in the affirmative be listed as a cosponsor pursuant to Rule 12.3 of the Rules of Procedure of the Council, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (34): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Toombs, Gamble, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Nash, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  154. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from CS to SP zoning for property located at 316 Homestead Road, approximately 240 feet north of Southridge Drive (1.56 acres), to permit 23 multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023SP-032-001).

    Council Member Toombs moved to defer the bill, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  155. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from RS10 to SP zoning for properties located at 2840 and 2842 Buena Vista Pike, approximately 58 feet east of Mike Shields Court, (3.53 acres) to permit 46 multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024SP-006-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee. Council Member Toombs moved to defer the bill, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  156. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution condemning White Supremacy and the recent display of hatred and bigotry in Nashville and reaffirming the Metropolitan Council’s commitment to supporting and protecting all residents and visitors, regardless of race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.

    Council Member Porterfield moved to suspend the rules of procedure to introduce a late resolution. Without objection, Council Member Porterfield moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (34): Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Cortese, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Webb, Eslick, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  157. Public Hearing
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending Section 17.16.030 of the Metropolitan Code, Zoning Regulations to amend the conditions for adaptive residential developments located in non-residential zoning districts where residential uses are permitted with conditions (Proposal No. 2024Z-004TX-001).

    Council Member Horton moved to pass the bill on first reading as substituted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  158. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend the Geographic Information Systems Street and Alley Centerline Layer for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by renaming four disconnected segments of Old Harding Pike. (Proposal Number 2023M-003SR-001).

    Council Member Spain moved to defer the bill to the July 2, 2024 Council meeting, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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      A resolution condemning White Supremacy and the recent display of hatred and bigotry in Nashville and reaffirming the Metropolitan Council’s commitment to supporting and protecting all residents and visitors, regardless of race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.