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  1. Passed
    Appointment

    Agricultural Extension Board Reappointment of Ms. Gigi Drumright for a term expiring on February 6, 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.

  2. Appointment
    Appointment

    Public Library Board Reappointment of Ms. Joyce Searcy for a term expiring on April 6, 2031.

    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 the following roll call vote:

  3. Passed
    Appointment

    Sports Authority Reappointment of Mr. Jad Duncan for a term expiring on February 20, 2030.

    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.

  4. Passed
    Appointment

    Sports Authority Reappointment of Mr. Emmett Wynn for a term expiring on February 17, 2030.

    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.

  5. Passed
    Appointment

    Board of Zoning Appeals Reappointment of Ms. Ashonti Davis for a term expiring on February 26, 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.

  6. Passed
    Appointment

    Board of Zoning Appeals Reappointment of Mr. Ross Pepper for a term expiring on February 26, 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.

  7. 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 one from AR2A to IR for property located at Donelson Pike (unnumbered), at the southwest corner of Citation Drive and Ezell Pike (24.42 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023Z-033PR-001).

    Council Member Benton requested a hearing from the public on this bill which had been previously advertised. The President asked if anyone desired to be heard for or against the bill and no one came forward to be heard. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member Benton moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  8. Public Hearing
    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 amending a Planned Unit Development on property located 2361 Murfreesboro Pike, east of Una Antioch Pike, zoned R10 and within a Planned Unit Development Overlay District, (14.84 acres), to permit vocational school uses, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 117-85P-001).

    Council Member Benton moved to defer the bill to the April 2, 2024 public hearing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  9. 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 cancelling a Planned Unit Development Overlay District for property located at 1210 Murfreesboro Pike, approximately 480 feet southeast of Kermit Drive (2.89 acres), zoned CL, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 128-82P-001).

    Council Member Bradford requested a hearing from the public on this bill which had been previously advertised. The President asked if anyone desired to be heard for or against the bill and no one came forward to be heard. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member Bradford moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee.

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  10. 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, to amend Chapters 17.04, 17.12, and 17.40 pertaining to lot averaging, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023Z-007TX-001).

    Council Member Gamble requested a hearing from the public on this bill which had been previously advertised. The President asked if anyone desired to be heard for or against the bill and no one came forward to be heard. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member Gamble moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Evans-Segall offered an amendment and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and failed by the following roll call vote: Yes (11): Evans-Segall, Cortese, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Huffman, Welsch, Vo, Horton, and Sepulveda; No (20): Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Gamble, Hancock, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, and Spain; Abstain (3): Gregg, Cash, and Ewing. Council Member Gamble moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council with Council Member Evans-Segall voting No. The bill is referred to the Planning and Zoning Committee.

  11. Public Hearing
    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 Planned Unit Development Overlay District on properties located at 801 and 828 Royal Parkway, east of the corner of Royal Parkway and Airport Center Drive, zoned CS (10.68 acres), and located within a Planned Unit Development Overlay District, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 46-83P-005).

    Council Member Gregg moved to defer the bill to the April 2, 2024 public hearing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  12. Public Hearing
    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 MUL-NS zoning for properties located at 801 and 828 Royal Parkway, east of the corner of Royal Parkway and Airport Center Drive (10.68 acres), within a Planned Unit Development Overlay District, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023Z-100PR-001).

    Council Member Gregg moved to defer the bill to the April 2, 2024 public hearing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  13. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution amending RS2022-1696 to change the date that unobligated funds left in the Affordable Housing Gap Financing (AHGF) program shall be transferred to the Barnes Fund for Affordable Housing.

    The resolution was approved with a substitute by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Planning and Zoning Committee. Council Member Porterfield offered a substitute resolution and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

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  14. Passed
    Resolution

    An initial resolution determining to issue general obligation bonds of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $514,055,000.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee. Council Member Porterfield moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (37): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Hancock, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Welsch, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

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  15. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution exempting Skinny Dennis, located at 2635 Gallatin Avenue 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 Parker 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 bill and citizens were heard in favor of and in opposition to the bill. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member Parker moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (31): Evans-Segall, Allen, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Hancock, Eslick, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Welsch, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

  16. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, to enter into an Interlocal Agreement with the City of Goodlettsville, for the transfer of the Liberty Lane Service Area (Proposal No. 2024M-007AG-001).

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

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  17. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a sole source contract between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County (“Metro”) and AccuImage, LLC to provide maintenance, support, upgrades, and enhancements for Metro’s document management/imaging system.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Government Operations and Regulations Committee.

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  18. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving Amendment Number 1 to a sole source contract between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County (Metro) and Splash Business Intelligence, Inc., to reflect change in the services provided, increase the value of the contract, and add or delete certain other terms.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Government Operations and Regulations Committee.

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  19. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting a monetary donation from Aristevi Foundation to the Metro Nashville-Davidson County Office of Family Safety for the department’s use and benefit.

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

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  20. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a sole source contract between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and UKG Kronos Systems, LLC (UKG) to provide software as a service, software license renewal, support, maintenance, and hosting services.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Government Operations and Regulations Committee.

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  21. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting the terms of a cooperative purchasing master agreement for curb management technologies for Nashville Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure (NDOT).

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

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  22. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a contract between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Agilent Technologies, Inc. to provide maintenance and service for Toxicology and Drug ID Agilent instruments.

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

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  23. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving an application for a Connected Community Facilities grant from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TDECD) to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Information Technology Services Department (ITS), to construct and improve digital access through the creation of buildings and rehabilitation of existing facilities.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Government Operations and Regulations Committee.

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  24. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting the terms of a cooperative purchasing master agreement for a mobile concert stage for the Parks Department.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Facilities, Arts and Culture Committee.

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  25. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution authorizing the Metropolitan Department of Law to compromise and settle the property damage claim of Nationwide Insurance as subrogee of William Stanton against the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County in the amount of $16,562.85, with said amount to be paid out of the Self-Insured Liability Fund.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  26. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting a grant from the Friends of Metro Animal Care and Control to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Metropolitan Board of Health, to provide funding for the microchip clinic and the Pet Pantry, a component of the Safety Net Program.

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

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  27. Passed
    Resolution

    A Resolution authorizing the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency to negotiate and enter into a PILOT Agreement and accept payments in lieu of ad valorem taxes with respect to a multi-family housing project located at 500 Ocala Drive known as Hickory Forest.

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

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  28. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting an in-kind grant from the Friends of Mill Ridge Park to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, for the design and construction of a barn at Mill Ridge Park adjacent to the historic farmhouse information center.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Facilities, Arts and Culture Committee.

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  29. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving an application for a Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Grant from the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Office of Emergency Management, to expand awareness of emerging trends and deliver the latest and most pertinent training to personnel.

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

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  30. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving an application for a Transportation Planning grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Nashville Department of Transportation & Multimodal Infrastructure (NDOT), to determine strategies to support improvements in traffic flow, safety, mobility, and overall efficiency of the transportation system.
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  31. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting a grant from the Tennessee Department of Health to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Metropolitan Board of Health, to implement and coordinate activities and services related to sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention, testing, diagnosis, treatment, and surveillance.

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

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  32. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting an Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) grant from the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Office of Emergency Management, to fund costs related to enhancing efforts to build, sustain, and deliver the capabilities necessary to prevent, prepare for, protect against, and respond to acts of terrorism.

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

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  33. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution authorizing the Metropolitan Department of Law to compromise and settle the claim of Puush LLC against the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County in the amount of $9,711.69, to be paid out of the NDOT Sidewalk Fund.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

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  34. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting a grant from the Tennessee Department of Health to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Metropolitan Board of Health, to provide an array of programs and direct patient care services to meet the public health needs of Tennessee’s citizens.

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

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  35. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving an Advanced Transportation Technology and Innovation (ATTAIN) grant application from the U. S. Department of Transportation to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Nashville Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure (NDOT), to establish a comprehensive Advanced Transportation Management System (ATMS) featuring Transit Signal Priority (TSP) along Gallatin Pike to help alleviate traffic congestion.

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

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  36. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program (HIDTA) grant from the United States Office of National Drug Control Policy, and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, to provide funding to aid in the investigation of drug-related deaths.

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

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  37. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution recognizing the 10th Anniversary of Nashville’s Extreme Cold Weather Overflow Shelter and the contributions of Metro Social Services and the Office of Homeless Services.

    The resolution was approved by the Rules, Confirmations and Public Elections Committee.

  38. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution honoring the life of Nathaniel Harris.

    The resolution was approved by the Rules, Confirmations and Public Elections Committee.

  39. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution urging the Tennessee General Assembly to support House Bill 1967/Senate Bill 2162, allowing local legislative bodies to approve water and sewer infrastructure via resolution rather than by ordinance.

    The resolution was approved by the Rules, Confirmations and Public Elections Committee.

  40. First 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 MUN-A-NS zoning for property located at 99 Bridgeway Avenue, south of Bridgeway Avenue and east of Rayon Drive, (0.46 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2023Z-078PR-001).

    The bill is deferred one meeting pursuant to Rule 43.3 of the Rules of Procedure of the Council.

    Attachments
  41. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon an existing public water main, fire hydrant assemblies and easements, for property located at 1 Terminal Drive, also known as BNA Concourse D Expansion (MWS Project No. 23-WL-97 and Proposal No. 2023M-216ES-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
  42. 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 assembly, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for six properties located on Meridian Street and Luton Street, also known as The Grove at Meridian (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-152 and 23-SL-234 and Proposal No. 2024M-009ES-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
  43. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to negotiate and accept permanent and temporary easements for the Warren Drive Stormwater Improvement Project for eight properties located on Swinging Bridge Road and Warren Drive (Project No. 24-SWC-54 and Proposal No. 2024-001ES-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
  44. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon public sewer mains, public sewer manholes, and associated public easements, for two properties located at 109 9th Avenue North and 900 Broadway, also known as Christ Church Cathedral (MWS Project No. 23-SL-135 and Proposal No. 2023M-215ES-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
  45. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public water mains, and to accept a new public water main and public fire hydrant assembly, for property located at 1 Terminal Drive, also known as Terminal Drive Water Main Extension (MWS Project No. 23-WL-87 and Proposal No. 2024M-007ES-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
  46. 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 the Rosebrooke Section 5 (MWS Project No. 23-SL-87 and Proposal No. 2024M-002ES-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
  47. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept a new public water main, public fire hydrant assembly and public sanitary sewer manhole, for property located 455 Rural Hill Road, also known as Lakeview Elementary School (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-99 and 23-SL-31 and Proposal No. 2024M-003ES-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
  48. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer main, sanitary sewer manhole and easements, for property located 1686 Sunset Road (Nolensville) in Williamson County (MWS Project Nos. 23-SL-218 and Proposal No. 2024M-005ES-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
  49. Second 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 2825 West End Avenue, also known as Chase Bank West End (MWS Project No. 23-SL-210 and Proposal No. 2024M-006ES-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
  50. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes, for property located at 2221 Elliston Place (MWS Project No. 22-SL-179 and Proposal No. 2024M-011ES-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
  51. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public utility and stormwater drainage easement rights, for property located at 325 West Trinity Lane (Proposal No. 2024M-012ES-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
  52. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public water and sanitary sewer mains, fire hydrant assemblies, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for two properties located at 110 Berry Street and 125 Meridian Street, also known as Dickerson and Meridian (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-06 and 23-SL-11 and Proposal No. 2024M-008ES-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
  53. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new sanitary sewer main and sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 2504 Booker Street (MWS Project No. 23-SL-267 and Proposal No. 2024M-017ES-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
  54. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, and to accept new public sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for property located at Spring Branch Drive (unnumbered), also known as Spring Branch Drive Subdivision (MWS Project No. 20-SL-150 and Proposal No. 2024M-013ES-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
  55. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public water main and easement, and to accept new water and sanitary sewer mains, fire hydrant assembly, sanitary sewer manholes, replacement of fire hydrant assembly and easements, for property located at Ashland City Highway (unnumbered), also known as Eaton Creek Commons Phase 2 (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-50 and 23-SL-111 and Proposal No. 2024M 010ES-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
  56. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 107 4th Avenue North, (MWS Project No. 23-SL-260 and Proposal No. 2024M-018ES-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
  57. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public utility and drainage easement rights, for property located at 909 Division Street (Proposal No. 2024M-016ES-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
  58. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, and to construct new public sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes, and to accept easements, for property located at 104 Duluth Avenue and authorizing the director of Metro Water Services, or his designee, to execute a mutual release of liability. (MWS Project No. 23-SG-0144 and Proposal No. 2023M-188ES-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
  59. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon easement rights for properties located at 661 B Joseph Avenue, a small portion of Joseph Avenue at Berry Street, and 600 B Joseph Avenue, along the north side of the former Berry Street (Proposal No. 2024M-004ES-002).

    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
  60. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending Metropolitan Code of Laws Section 12.72.020 with respect to the establishment of administrative fees charged at the Metropolitan Government’s tow-in lot.

    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.

  61. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving a greenway conservation easement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, through the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, and Heritage Creek Homeowners Association, Inc. for greenway improvements. (Proposal No.2024M-023ES-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, the Planning and Zoning Committee, the Public Facilities, Arts and Culture Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  62. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving a greenway conservation easement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, through the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, and Clayton Properties Group, Inc. for greenway improvements. (Proposal No.2024M-022ES-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, the Planning and Zoning Committee, the Public Facilities, Arts and Culture Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

    Attachments
  63. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving an agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Nashville Fire Department, Emergency Medical Services Division, and Vanderbilt University Medical Center to provide clinical training for the students enrolled in the Emergency Medical Technician Program.

    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
  64. 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 2405 Monticello Drive, also known as Monticello (Onsite) (MWS Project Nos. 22-WL-138 and 22-SL-286 and Proposal No. 2023M-192ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  65. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public sanitary sewer mains, and to accept new public sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 901 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, (MWS Project No. 23-SL-107 and Proposal No. 2023M-195ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  66. 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 manholes, for property located 445 Neelys Bend Road, (MWS Project No. 23-SL-166 and Proposal No. 2023M-198ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  67. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes, and to accept new public sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes, for two properties located at 2801 and 2803 Dickerson Pike, also known as Dickerson Pike Townhomes (MWS Project No. 23-SL-47 and Proposal No. 2023M-190ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  68. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes, and to accept new public water and sanitary sewer mains, fire hydrant assembly and sanitary sewer manholes, for two properties located at 3414 and 3416 Park Drive, also known as Clarendale West End (MWS Project Nos. 22-WL-88 and 22-SL-177 and Proposal No. 2023M-193ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  69. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing water and sanitary sewer mains, fire hydrant assembly, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, and to accept new water and sanitary sewer mains, fire hydrant assemblies, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for two properties located at 651 and 660 Joseph Avenue, also known as River Chase Apartments (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-73 and 23-SL-163 and Proposal No. 2023M-196ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  70. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer forced mains, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for seven properties located on Sam Donald Road, Split Log Road and Secret Acres Lane in Williamson County, also known as Calistoga Section 1 (MWS Project No. 23-SL-127 and Proposal No. 2023M-201ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  71. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water and sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes, for two properties located at 4030 Whites Creek Pike and Whites Creek Pike (unnumbered), also known as Cherry Grove, (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-81 and 23-SL-211 and Proposal No. 2023M-207ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  72. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water pump station and easements, for property located at 1 Terminal Drive, also known as MNAA TARI Pumphouse (MWS Project No. 23-WL-53 and Proposal No. 2023M-204ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  73. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water main and easements, for property located at 1 Terminal Drive, also known as MNAA TARI RWM (MWS Project No. 23-WL-33 and Proposal No. 2023M-214ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  74. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public water and sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manhole and easements, and to accept new public water and sanitary sewer mains, fire hydrant assemblies, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for property located at 1102 Robinson Road, also known as Clemmons Crossing Townhomes (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-05 and 23-SL-10 and Proposal No. 2023M-212ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  75. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to negotiate and accept temporary and permanent easements for the Torbett Street Stormwater Improvement Project for 13 properties located on Clifton Avenue and Torbett Street, (Project No. 23-SWC-231 and Proposal No. 2023M-213ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  76. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public sanitary sewer main and sanitary sewer manhole, and to accept new public sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 1021 South Street, also known as Alta Rochelle (MWS Project No. 23-SL-273 and Proposal No. 2023M-210ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  77. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water main and fire hydrant assembly, for property located at 1300 Donelson Pike, also known as Donelson Pike Industrial West (MWS Project No. 23-WL-144 and Proposal No. 2023M-211ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  78. 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 manholes, for property located at 2374 Rocky Fork Road (Nolensville) in Williamson County, (MWS Project No. 23-SL-73 and Proposal No. 2023M-209ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  79. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept a new public sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 1738 Lebanon Pike, also known as Tempo at Mill Creek, (MWS Project No. 23-SL-202 and Proposal No. 2023M-206ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  80. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to negotiate and accept permanent and temporary easements for the Newsom Station Road Stormwater Improvement Project for two properties located at 8411 Highway 70 and 8511 Newsom Station Road, (Project No. 24-SWC-109 and Proposal No. 2023M-199ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  81. 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 1808 Gallatin Pike, also known as Equinox Rivergate, (MWS Project No. 22-SL-277 and Proposal No. 2023M-200ES-001).

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

    Attachments
  82. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing the grant of an easement on various parcels of property comprising a portion of the existing Nissan Stadium campus and approving the grant of a related easement by the Sports Authority for the same purpose. (Proposal No. 2024M-003AG-001).

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

    Attachments
  83. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving a lease agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Nashville Garage LP for office space at 350 Deaderick Street, Nashville, Tennessee (Parcel No. 09302318400) (Proposal No. 2024M-002AG-001).

    The bill was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Planning and Zoning Committee.

    Attachments
  84. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Department of Water and Sewerage Services, to enter into a license agreement with Cumberland River Compact, for the installation and maintenance of the Bandalong Bandit Litter Trap in North Fork Ewing Creek at 3426 Brick Church Pike.

    The bill was approved with a substitute by the Planning and Zoning Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Council Member Porterfield offered a substitute bill and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

    Attachments
  85. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance granting a franchise to Uniti Fiber LLC to construct, operate, and maintain a fiber optic communications system within Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County under the provision of Metropolitan Code of Laws, Title 6, Chapter 26 (Proposal No. 2024M-006AG-001).

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

    Attachments
  86. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending Section 9.30.010 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws regarding outdoor construction hours.

    The bill was approved by the Government Operations and Regulations Committee.

  87. Second Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Section 2.44.115 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws to require reporting related to use of force by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.

    The bill was recommended for a two-meeting deferral by the Public Health and Safety Committee. Council Member Porterfield moved to defer the bill to the March 19, 2024 Council meeting, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

  88. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending Section 17.12.040 of the Metropolitan Code, Zoning Regulations regarding covered front porches within the required street setback (Proposal No. 2023Z-008TX-001).

    The bill was approved with a substitute by the Planning and Zoning Committee. Council Member Benedict offered a substitute bill and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

    Attachments
  89. 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 and AR2A to SP zoning for property located at 3332 Murfreesboro Pike, north of the intersection of Murfreesboro Pike and Mt. View Road. (4.86 acres), and located within the Murfreesboro Pike Urban Design Overlay, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2024Z-004PR-001).

    The bill was approved with an amendment by the Planning and Zoning Committee. Council Member Harrell 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 Harrell moved to pass the bill on third reading as amended, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (40): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Hancock, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Welsch, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

    Attachments
  90. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending Section 17.40.010 of the Metropolitan Code, Zoning Regulations to require notice to the district council member for reasonable accommodations to the Zoning Ordinance granted by the zoning administrator (Proposal No. 2024Z-001TX-001).

    The bill was approved by the Planning and Zoning Committee.

  91. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving an agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Nashville Fire Department, Emergency Medical Services Division, and TriStar Skyline Medical Center for clinical training of residents in emergency medicine.
    Attachments
  92. Passed
    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 Kemp Drive (unnumbered), also known as 4307 Central Pike Phase 3 (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-18 and 23-SL-32 and Proposal No. 2023M-170ES-001).
    Attachments
  93. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to acquire permanent easements through negotiation, condemnation and acceptance, for the Metro Center Levee Protection Project for 23 properties located along Great Circle Road, Cumberland Bend, Mainstream Drive and Freelands Station Road (Project No. 24-SWC-076 and Proposal No. 2023M-157ES-001).
    Attachments
  94. 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 1241 Antioch Pike, (MWS Project No. 22-WL-145 and Proposal No. 2023M-176ES-001).
    Attachments
  95. Passed
    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 665 Vernon Avenue, also known as The Woods II - Mulch Company (MWS Project Nos. 22-WL-136 and 22-SL-138 and Proposal No. 2023M-177ES-001).
    Attachments
  96. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public water mains, and to accept new public water mains and fire hydrant assembly, for property located at 1025 B Reverend Dr. Enoch Jones Boulevard, also known as The Mosaic at Jefferson (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-36 and Proposal No. 2023M-174ES-001).
    Attachments
  97. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance approving a lease agreement between the Metropolitan Government and Friends of Shelby Park, a Tennessee nonprofit corporation, for the Naval Building and grounds in Shelby Park.
    Attachments
  98. 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 abandoning Alley # 245 right-of-way between 15th Avenue North and 14th Avenue North, Alley # 246 right-of-way between Church Street and Grundy Street, and utility easements between Church Street and Grundy Street (Proposal Number 2023M-007AB-001).
    Attachments
  99. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public sanitary sewer main, sanitary sewer manhole and easement, for property located at Hillside Avenue (unnumbered), also known as Reservoir Zone 5, (MWS Project No. No. 23-SL-27 and Proposal No. 2023M-162ES-001).
    Attachments
  100. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing the granting of an easement to Electric Power Board on a parcel or property owned by the Metropolitan Government.
    Attachments
  101. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance adopting the Geographic Information Systems Street and Alley Centerline Layer, with the recordation of renaming, additions and deletions of acceptances and abandonments as reflected on the Centerline Layer to date, as the Official Street and Alley Acceptance and Maintenance Record for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, (Proposal Number 2024M-001OT-001).
    Attachments
  102. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to negotiate and accept permanent easements for the Fanning Drive Stormwater Improvement Project for nine properties located on Fanning Drive, Aeolia Drive and Artelia Drive, (Project No. 24-SWC-096 and Proposal No. 2023M-179ES-001).
    Attachments
  103. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing public sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes, and to accept new public sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes, for 13 properties located on Louisiana Avenue and Tennessee Avenue, also known as Camden Nations (MWS Project No. 22-SL-203 and Proposal No. 2023M-187ES-001).
    Attachments
  104. 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 three properties located at 2111, 2115 and 2151 West Summitt Avenue, also known as Summitt View (MWS Project Nos. 22-WL-26 and 22-SL-64 and Proposal No. 2023M-181ES-001).
    Attachments
  105. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing sanitary sewer main, sanitary sewer manhole and easement, for property located at 1711 Broadway, also known as 1740 Division Street (MWS Project No. 23-SL-137, and Proposal No. 2023M-182ES-001).
    Attachments
  106. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 101 B Skye Lane, also known as 522 Paragon Mills Road development (MWS Project No. 20-SL-320, and Proposal No. 2023M-185ES-001).
    Attachments
  107. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing sanitary sewer main and sanitary sewer manhole, and to accept new sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 917 Bell Road, also known as KIPP High School (MWS Project No. 23-SL-215 and Proposal No. 2023M-184ES-001).
    Attachments
  108. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manhole and easements, and to accept new sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes and easements, for property located at 3029 New Natchez Trace, also known as Hornsby Residence (MWS Project No. 23-SL-88 and Proposal No. 2023M-189ES-001).
    Attachments
  109. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to negotiate and accept permanent and temporary easements for the Antioch Pike Stormwater Improvement Project for eight properties located on Antioch Pike (Project No. 21-SWC-130 and Proposal No. 2023M-203ES-001).
    Attachments
  110. 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 555 Creative Way, also known as Creative Way Village (MWS Project No. 23-SL-217 and Proposal No. 2023M-180ES-001).
    Attachments
  111. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public water and sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes and relocation of existing fire hydrant assemblies, for property located at 260 Paragon Mills Road, also known as Paragon Mills Elementary School, (MWS Project Nos. 23-WL-70 and 23-SL-161 and Proposal No. 2023M-191ES-001).
    Attachments
  112. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new sanitary sewer manhole, for property located at 730 Main Street, also known as 714-730 Main Street (MWS Project No. 23-SL-109 and Proposal No. 2023M-194ES-001).
    Attachments
  113. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing SOBRO I Apartments LLC to construct and install aerial and underground encroachments at 825 6th Avenue South (Proposal No. 2022M-029EN-001).
    Attachments
  114. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending Ordinance No. BL2019-11 to modify the requirements for the Rose Park advisory group.
  115. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance to amend Section 2.222.040 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws regarding the board of ethical conduct.
  116. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending section 15.64.035 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws.
  117. 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 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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  118. Appointment
    Appointment

    Transportation Licensing Commission Election to fill a vacancy for a term expiring January 31, 2026. 1. Michael Hayes - nominated by Council Member Kupin 2. Ryan Buring - nominated by Council Member Styles

    The Rules, Confirmation, and Public Elections Committee approved the nomination of Michael Hayes and recommended withdrawal of the nomination for Ryan Buring. Council Member Sepulveda stated that the nomination for Ryan Buring was withdrawn. Council Member Sepulveda moved to approve the election of Michael Hayes, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

    Attachments
  119. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution condemning the February 17, 2024, display of nazi symbolisms, chants, and hate speech in downtown Nashville, and reaffirming our support of all Nashvillians and visitors to Nashville, regardless of race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, gender, orientation, or age.

    Council Member Kupin moved to suspend the rules of procedure to introduce a late resolution. Without objection, Council Member Kupin moved to adopt the resolution and that all members voting in the affirmative to be listed as a cosponsor pursuant to Rule 12.3, which motion was seconded and approved by the following roll call vote:

  120. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving an application for a Transportation Planning grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation to the Metropolitan Government, acting by and through the Nashville Department of Transportation & Multimodal Infrastructure (NDOT), to determine strategies to support improvements in traffic flow, safety, mobility, and overall efficiency of the transportation system.

    The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Council Member Porterfield moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (37): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Hancock, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Welsch, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

    Attachments
  121. 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 three properties located at 2111, 2115 and 2151 West Summitt Avenue, also known as Summitt View (MWS Project Nos. 22-WL-26 and 22-SL-64 and Proposal No. 2023M-181ES-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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  122. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution amending RS2022-1696 to change the date that unobligated funds left in the Affordable Housing Gap Financing (AHGF) program shall be transferred to the Barnes Fund for Affordable Housing.

    Council Member Porterfield moved to adopt the resolution as substituted, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (38): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Hancock, Webb, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Welsch, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

    Attachments
  123. Third Reading
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance authorizing the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Department of Water and Sewerage Services, to enter into a license agreement with Cumberland River Compact, for the installation and maintenance of the Bandalong Bandit Litter Trap in North Fork Ewing Creek at 3426 Brick Church Pike.

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

    Attachments
  124. Passed
    Bill (Ordinance)

    An ordinance amending Section 17.12.040 of the Metropolitan Code, Zoning Regulations regarding covered front porches within the required street setback (Proposal No. 2023Z-008TX-001).

    Council Member Benedict moved to pass the bill on third reading as substituted, which motion was seconded and approved by the following vote: Yes (39): Suara, Porterfield, Evans-Segall, Allen, Hill, Kimbrough, Toombs, Gamble, Cortese, Parker, Capp, Benedict, Harrell, Hancock, Eslick, Evans, Bradford, Huffman, Gregg, Welsch, Vo, Cash, Kupin, Horton, Taylor, Weiner, Druffel, Gadd, Preptit, Johnston, Nash, Benton, Ellis, Sepulveda, Rutherford, Styles, Lee, Ewing, and Spain; No (0); Abstain (0).

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  1. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution condemning the February 17, 2024, display of nazi symbolisms, chants, and hate speech in downtown Nashville, and reaffirming our support of all Nashvillians and visitors to Nashville, regardless of race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, gender, orientation, or age.
  2. Passed
    Resolution

    A resolution condemning the February 17, 2024, display of nazi symbolisms, chants, and hate speech in downtown Nashville, and reaffirming our support of all Nashvillians and visitors to Nashville, regardless of race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, gender, orientation, or age.