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Notice of Metro Council Public Hearings

Speaking at a Public Hearing

Members of the public may address the entire Council body only at a scheduled public hearing. Public Hearings on zoning matters are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Other public hearings for non-zoning matters may be held as part of regular Council meetings throughout the year.

Public Hearing Procedure

The Vice Mayor will open the public hearing for a particular legislative item and ask for a show of hands of those in favor and those opposed to the legislation. Citizens will have 3 minutes to speak, and must identify themselves by name and home address before addressing the Council. An individual may address the Council only once for each particular piece of legislation. Individuals are encouraged not to repeat what has been said by previous speakers.

Distribution of Written Material to the Council

If a member of the public would like to provide the Metropolitan Council members with written material regarding an issue, he/she must provide forty-one copies of the document to the Metropolitan Council Office not later than 4:30 p.m. on the day of the Council Meeting. The Council Office is located in Suite 204 on the second floor of the Historic Metropolitan Courthouse at the opposite end of the Council Chamber. The written material must be signed by the individual requesting distribution and have the name and address of the individual providing the material.

Notice of Zoning Amendment Proposals

Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the following proposed amendment to the Zoning Code or Official Zoning Map of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County will be held on Monday, August 27, 2018, at 6:00 pm in the Metropolitan Courthouse.

BILL BL2018-1290 Changing from IWD to SP zoning on a portion of property at 300 Rains Avenue, east of the terminus of Benton Avenue (10.0 acres), to permit a mixed-use development (10.0 acres).

Notice is hereby given that public hearings on the following proposed amendments to the Zoning Code or Official Zoning Map of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County will be held on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the Metropolitan Courthouse.

BILL BL2018-1279 Amending 17.04.060 and 17.16.050 relative to the definition of alternative financial services and financial institution and location restrictions.

Bill BL2018-1287 Changing from RS5 to R6-A zoning for property at 2814 Georgia Avenue, approximately 335 feet west of 28th Avenue North (0.22 acres).

BILL BL2018-1305 Amending a Specific Plan on properties at 272, 288, 296 Broadmoor Drive, 329, 341 and 349 Ben Allen Road, at the northwest corner of Ben Allen Road and Ellington Parkway, zoned SP (51.64 acres), to permit a mixed use development with a maximum of 321 multi-family residential units and a maximum of 101,000 square feet of non-residential uses.

BILL BL2018-1307 Changing from RS5 to R6-A zoning on property at 1724 Dr. DB Todd Jr. Boulevard, approximately 570 feet northwest of Wheless Street (0.19 acres).

BILL BL2018-1308 Changing from IR to MUL-A zoning on properties at 500 and 516 Hagan Street, at the corner of Chestnut Street and Hagan Street (1.68 acres).

BILL BL2018-1309 Changing from IR to SP zoning on property at 405 40th Avenue North, approximately 190 feet north of Charlotte Avenue (1.92 acres), to permit a non-residential development.

BILL BL2018-1310 Changing from RM4 to SP zoning for properties at 2423 Buena Vista Pike and Buena Vista Pike (unnumbered), approximately 1,095 feet west of Tucker Road, (10.33 acres), to permit 69 multi-family units.

BILL BL2018-1311 Changing from RS15 to SP zoning on property at 3606 Fairview Drive, at the northeast corner of Fairview Drive and Meadow Road (0.89 acres), to permit 5 lots with 2 two-family lots for a total of seven residential units.

BILL BL2018-1312 Amending a Specific Plan on properties at 915 and 921 Robinson Road, at the northeast corner of Industrial Drive and Robinson Road, zoned SP (27.81 acres), to permit 300 multi-family residential units.

Elizabeth Waites
Metropolitan Clerk