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Metropolitan Council Meeting, September 4, 2018

Call to Order and Invocation

The Metropolitan Council met in regular session on this date at 6:30 p.m. in the Metropolitan Courthouse.

The invocation was offered by Council Member Robert Swope.

Pledge of Allegiance

​The Metropolitan Council gave the pledge of allegiance to the American Flag.

Roll Call

The roll was called and the following members were present during the progress of the meeting: Allen, Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg (39); Absent: (0).

Approval of Minutes

The minutes of the special meeting on August 27, 2018 were approved.

Message from the Mayor

September 4, 2018

Ms. Burkley Allen
President Pro-Tem
Members of the Council
Metro Courthouse, Suite 204
Nashville, TN 37201

Dear President Pro-Tem Allen and Members of Council:

Tonight is an exciting night for the future of our city. As you know, tonight’s Major League Soccer stadium votes have been almost a year in the making. When the Council approved the conditional Sports Authority revenue bond resolution last November for a new soccer stadium at the Fairgrounds, the negotiated deal was touted as being unlike any other previous professional sports deal in Nashville because the MLS team is bearing the brunt of the cost for the stadium debt and is responsible for all cost overruns. I am pleased to say that the deal has since only gotten better for the city.

I met with John Ingram soon after I took office and I told him that I thought more than the nominal rent identified in the November 2017 Council bond resolution for the 10-acre mixed-use development was needed. I also told him that I thought some level of commitment to the community was important regarding the 10 acres. Mr. Ingram and his fellow investors took this to heart and proposed substantive rent payments for the ten acres, as well as negotiated a community benefits agreement that provides tremendous value to the community and the city. In fact, there is a net present value gain to the city of $5.4 million over and above the appraised value of the land after incorporating the ground lease rent, affordable and workforce housing, and the cultural space and amenities associated with the community benefits agreement.

I am proud of the work done by Stand Up Nashville and the team to execute the first community benefits agreement in Nashville. While I know the negotiations were lengthy and tough, the parties reached consensus and signed an agreement that will guarantee minority business opportunities, create affordable housing, and provide needed safety protections for our workers. This agreement will have a lasting impact ensuring our entire community will benefit from the MLS stadium development. I urge all 30 Metro Council members who signed the community benefits agreement pledge on August 7 to vote in favor of the legislation tonight.

Tonight is the time to act. I dare say that no public project in the history of the Metropolitan Government has received more public participation and scrutiny than the proposed MLS stadium and mixed-use development at the Fairgrounds. I am asking you to vote in favor of the various soccer-related legislative items tonight without any deferrals, and to vote against the referendum resolution. We were elected by our constituents to be leaders, make decisions and to act. I firmly believe this project is good for the Metropolitan Government and is good for Nashville, and I respectfully request your approval.

Sincerely,
David Briley
Mayor

Elections and Confirmations

Charter Revision Commission

Reappointment of Ms. Eileen Beehan for a term expiring September 4, 2022.
Reappointment of Mr. Dewey Branstetter, Jr. for a term expiring September 4, 2022.

The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the reappointments. Council Member Haywood moved for confirmation, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

Hospital Authority

Reappointment of Mr. Richard Manson for a term expiring September 6, 2023.
Appointment of Dr. Herman Williams for a term expiring September 6, 2019.
Dr. Williams will fill the unexpired term of Ms. Sara Finley.

The Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee recommended the appointment and reappointment. Council Member Haywood moved for confirmation, which motion was seconded and adopted by a unanimous vote of the Council.

Health and Educational Facilities Board

The President announced two vacancies for terms that will expire on September 30, 2018. Nominations will be taken at the next regular meeting of the Council with an election held to fill the vacancies on October 2, 2018, pursuant to Rule No. 43 of the Rules of Procedure of the Metropolitan Council.

Bills on Public Hearing

Bill BL2018-1279

An ordinance to amend Metropolitan Code of Laws sections 17.04.060 and 17.16.050 relative to the definition of alternative financial services and financial institution and location restrictions. (Proposal No. 2018Z-004TX-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Council Member Mendes 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 Mendes moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Bob Mendes, Jeff Syracuse

Bill BL2018-1287

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 R6-A zoning for property located at 2814 Georgia Avenue, approximately 335 feet west of 28th Avenue North (0.22 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2017Z-078PR-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Council Member Kindall 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 Kindall moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Edward Kindall

Bill BL2018-1288

An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, pertaining to parking requirements for certain types of uses (Proposal No. 2018Z-005TX-001).

The bill was referred to the Planning Commission. Council Member Withers moved to defer the bill to the October 2, 2018 public hearing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Brett Withers

Bill BL2018-1305

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 Specific Plan on properties located 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, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2017SP-034-002).

The bill was approved with conditions, disapproved without all conditions by the Planning Commission. Council Member VanReece 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 a citizen was heard in favor of the bill. The President declared the public hearing closed. Council Member VanReece moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Nancy VanReece

Bill BL2018-1306

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 SP zoning on property located at 926 West Trinity Lane, approximately 440 feet east of the intersection of West Trinity Lane and Old Buena Vista Road/Youngs Lane (1.30 acres), to permit up to 16 multi-family residential dwelling units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018SP-016-001).

The bill was approved with conditions, disapproved without all conditions by the Planning Commission. Council Member Hastings 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 Hastings moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): DeCosta Hastings

Bill BL2018-1307

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 R6-A zoning on property located at 1724 Dr. DB Todd Jr. Boulevard, approximately 570 feet northwest of Wheless Street (0.19 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018Z-055PR-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Council Member Kindall 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 Kindall moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Edward Kindall

Bill BL2018-1308

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 IR to MUL-A zoning on properties located at 500 and 516 Hagan Street, at the corner of Chestnut Street and Hagan Street (1.68 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018Z-053PR-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Council Member Sledge 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 Sledge moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Colby Sledge

Bill BL2018-1309

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 IR to SP zoning on property located at 405 40th Avenue North, approximately 190 feet north of Charlotte Avenue (1.92 acres), to permit a non-residential development, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018SP-029-001).

The bill was approved with conditions, disapproved without all conditions by the Planning Commission. Council Member Murphy moved to defer the bill to the October 2, 2018 public hearing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Kathleen Murphy

Bill BL2018-1310

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 RM4 to SP zoning for properties located 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, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018SP-033-001).

The bill was approved with conditions, disapproved without all conditions by the Planning Commission. Council Member Hastings 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 Hastings moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): DeCosta Hastings

Bill BL2018-1311

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 RS15 to SP zoning on property located 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, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018SP-039-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Council Member Hall 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 Hall moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Jonathan Hall

Bill BL2018-1312

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 Specific Plan on properties located 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, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2012SP-016-002).

The bill was approved with conditions, disapproved without all conditions by the Planning Commission. Council Member Hagar 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 Hagar moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Larry Hagar

Consent Agenda Resolutions

Resolution RS2018-1367

A resolution approving Amendment Four to a grant from the State of Tennessee, Department of Finance and Administration, to The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, to support the provision of mental health services and criminal justice system advocacy to victims of violent crime.

The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Safety, Beer, and Regulated Beverages Committee.

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher, Mary Carolyn Roberts

Resolution RS2018-1368

A resolution accepting a grant from the State of Tennessee, Department of Transportation, to The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, to provide litter pickup along state and county roads and education on litter abatement and prevention.

The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Safety, Beer, and Regulated Beverages Committee.

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher, Nancy VanReece, Mary Carolyn Roberts

Resolution RS2018-1377

A resolution authorizing the Metropolitan Department of Law to compromise and settle the claims of Amy Elizabeth Guy against Janie Romines and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, in the amount of $115,000.00, to be paid out of the Judgments and Losses Fund.

The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher

Resolution RS2018-1378

A resolution authorizing the Metropolitan Department of Law to compromise and settle the personal injury claim of Stacy Vance-Hall against the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County in the amount of $13,750.00, and that said amount be paid out of the Self-Insured Liability Fund.

The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee.

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher

Resolution RS2018-1379

A resolution approving an application for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant from the United States Department of Justice to The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, for specialized training and equipment to ensure personnel maintain needed certifications for criminal investigation and crime reduction initiatives.

The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Public Safety, Beer, and Regulated Beverages Committee.

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher, Mary Carolyn Roberts

Resolution RS2018-1380

A resolution accepting a grant from the State of Tennessee, Department of Labor and Workforce Development, to The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Nashville Career Advancement Center, to establish programs and services to be used for the Youth Program (LW09P181YOUTH19).

The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee and the Personnel, Public Information, Human Relations, and Housing Committee.

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher, Brett Withers

Resolution RS2018-1381

A resolution approving a contract between The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by and through the Department of Public Works, and Red River Waste Solutions, LP, for weekly collection of waste in Districts 7, 8 and 9.

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

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher, Jeremy Elrod, Anthony Davis

Resolution RS2018-1382

A resolution accepting a grant from the State of Tennessee, Department of Transportation, to The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Metropolitan Nashville Public Works Department, to conduct a comprehensive litter awareness and reduction campaign involving various community partners and a roundtable of government agencies.

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

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher, Jeremy Elrod

Resolution RS2018-1383

A resolution approving an agreement between the United States Department of the Army and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Department of Water and Sewerage Services, to provide relocation assistance for the Mill Creek Flood Risk Management Project in Davidson County, Tennessee (MWS Project No. 18-SWC-136).

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

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

Resolution RS2018-1384

A resolution approving the election of certain Notaries Public for Davidson County.

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

Sponsor(s): Brenda Haywood

Resolution RS2018-1387

A resolution recognizing Ana Escobar and Gini Pupo-Walker for their historic elections on August 2, 2018.

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

Sponsor(s): Fabian Bedne, Bob Mendes, Mina Johnson, Robert Swope, Jeff Syracuse, Brett Withers, Jeremy Elrod, Burkley Allen, Colby Sledge, Anthony Davis, Tanaka Vercher, Kathleen Murphy, Erica Gilmore, Jacobia Dowell, Freddie O'Connell

Resolution RS2018-1388

A resolution recognizing the Metropolitan Nashville Public Works Department for receiving the American Public Works Association Accreditation designation.

The resolution was approved by the Public Works Committee.

Sponsor(s): Jeremy Elrod, Mina Johnson

Having been unanimously approved by all of the appropriate Committees, Council Member Haywood moved to adopt the Consent Agenda Resolutions, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (37): Cooper, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Resolutions

Resolution RS2018-1328

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 fifty million dollars ($50,000,000).

Without objection, the resolution was postponed for consideration after Third Reading Bill No. BL2018-1291.

Sponsor(s): Jim Shulman, Colby Sledge

Resolution RS2018-1373

A resolution calling a county-wide referendum election to ascertain the will of the people regarding the issuance of bonds by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to be secured by revenues of the Metropolitan Government for the construction of a new Major League Soccer Stadium at Fairgrounds Nashville, and appropriating an amount not to exceed Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) from the Undesignated Fund Balance of the General Fund of the General Services District to provide the necessary funds for the referendum.

Council Member Cooper offered a substitute resolution and moved that it be accepted for filing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): John Cooper, Tanaka Vercher

Substitute Resolution RS2018-1373

A resolution calling an election on the proposition whether to issue general obligation bonds of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed fifty million dollars ($50,000,000) and directing the County Election Commission to hold said election.

The resolution was disapproved by the Budget and Finance Committee. Council Member Cooper moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Sledge moved to suspend Rule 1 of the Council Rules of Procedure to postpone this matter for consideration after Third Reading Bill No. BL2018-1291. The motion was met with requisite objection to cause the motion to fail. After discussion, Council Member Hastings called for the previous question, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. The matter recurred on the motion to adopt the resolution, which failed by the following roll call vote: Yes (12): Cooper, Hall, Haywood, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, Blalock, Vercher, Dowell, Henderson, and Rosenberg; No (25): Allen, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Potts, Bedne, and Lee; Abstain (2): Gilmore, and Hastings.

Sponsor(s): John Cooper

Resolution RS2018-1385

A resolution requesting that grocery store operators within Davidson County take effective measures to reduce the use and/or impact of single-use plastic carryout bags and report the measures being undertaken in this effort, and encouraging the use of reusable bags by residents and businesses within Davidson County.

The resolution was referred to the Public Works Committee and the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee. Council Member Blalock moved to defer the resolution, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Davette Blalock

Resolution RS2018-1386

A resolution requesting that the Metropolitan Sports Authority, Nashville Soccer Holdings Development LLC, and the Mayor designate Metropolitan Council District 1 as the location for any practice facility eventually constructed for use by the proposed Major League Soccer team players.

The resolution was approved by the Convention, Tourism, and Public Entertainment Facilities Committee and the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee. Council Member Hall moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (37): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Jonathan Hall

Bills on Introduction and First Reading

Bill BL2018-1319

An ordinance amending Chapter 5.06 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws regarding tax increment financing.

Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and was referred to the Budget and Finance Committee and the Education Committee by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Bob Mendes, Tanaka Vercher

Bill BL2018-1320

An ordinance approving Amendment No. 8 to the Rutledge Hill Redevelopment Plan.

Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and was referred to the Budget and Finance Committee by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Bob Mendes

Bill BL2018-1321

An ordinance disclaiming any interest the Metropolitan Government may have in the Nashville-Gallatin Interurban Railroad right-of-way (Proposal No. 2018M-021AB-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and was referred to the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee and the Public Works Committee by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Anthony Davis, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

Bill BL2018-1322

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 MUG-A and MUL-A zoning, and from RS5 to MUL-A zoning on properties located at 2501, 2521 Clarksville Pike and 2122 26th Avenue North, at the southeast corner of Clarksville Pike and 26th Avenue North (6.53 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018Z-052PR-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and was referred to the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Edward Kindall

Bill BL2018-1323

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 an SP zoning on property located at 1221 Brick Church Pike, approximately 300 feet south of Weakley Avenue (0.26 acres), to permit all uses permitted by the MUL-A zoning district and an animal boarding facility and security residence, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2017SP-069-001).

The bill was approved with conditions, disapproved without all conditions by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and was referred to the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): DeCosta Hastings

Bill BL2018-1324

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 MUN-A to CN zoning on properties located at 722 and 726 McFerrin Avenue, at the southwest corner of McFerrin Avenue and Cleveland Street, within the Maxwell Heights Neighborhood Conservation District (0.55 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018Z-057PR-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and was referred to the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Scott Davis

Bill BL2018-1325

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 SP-R to RM20-A zoning for various properties located on Delaware Avenue and 31st Avenue North, at the corner of Delaware Avenue and 31st Avenue North (0.69 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018Z-058PR-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and was referred to the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Edward Kindall

Bill BL2018-1326

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 on properties located at 1601 57th Avenue North and 5700 California Avenue, at the northwest corner of California Avenue and 57th Avenue North (4.15 acres), to permit 80 multi-family residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018SP-038-001).

The bill was approved with conditions, disapproved without all conditions by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and was referred to the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Erica Gilmore

Bill BL2018-1327

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 R6-A zoning on property located at 310 Arrington Street, approximately 220 feet east of Meridian Street (0.2 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018Z-062PR-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission. Upon motion duly seconded, the bill passed first reading and was referred to the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Scott Davis

Bills on Second Reading

Bill BL2018-1293

An ordinance amending Title 5 of the Metropolitan Code to impose a privilege tax on the sale of tickets to events at the new Major League Soccer stadium.

The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee, the Codes, Fair, and Farmers Market Committee, and the Convention, Tourism, and Public Entertainment Facilities Committee. Council Member Gilmore withdrew the bill.

Sponsor(s): Erica Gilmore

Bill BL2018-1313

An ordinance approving a contract by and between The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Mayor’s Office of Economic Opportunity and Empowerment, and the United Way of Metropolitan Nashville to provide one-on-one financial counseling and other financial education activities at no charge to low income residents in accordance with the Financial Empowerment Center program model.

Council Member Vercher offered a substitute ordinance and moved that it be accepted for filing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher

Substitute Bill BL2018-1313

An ordinance approving a contract by and between The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Mayor’s Office and the United Way of Metropolitan Nashville to provide one-on-one financial counseling and other financial education activities at no charge to low income residents in accordance with the Financial Empowerment Center program model.

The bill was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee. Council Member Vercher moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council with Council Member Hurt abstaining.

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher

Bill BL2018-1314

An ordinance establishing a Blue Ribbon Commission, consistent with the Annual Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2019, to identify government inefficiencies.

The bill was recommended for deferral at the request of the sponsor by the Budget and Finance Committee. Council Member Cooper moved to defer the bill, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): John Cooper, Tanaka Vercher

Bill BL2018-1315

An ordinance to create a Tax Increment Financing Study and Formulating Committee.

The bill was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee. Council Member Mendes moved to pass the bill on second reading, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Bob Mendes

Bills on Third Reading

Second Substitute Bill BL2016-414

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 to SP zoning for various properties along Elvira Avenue, Maynor Avenue, and Keeling Avenue, approximately 600 feet west of Anderson Place (4.86 acres), to permit a maximum of 180 residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2016SP-087-001).

The bill was disapproved by the Planning Commission. Council Member Scott Davis offered a substitute ordinance and moved that it be accepted for filing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Scott Davis

Third Substitute Bill BL2016-414

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 to SP zoning for various properties along Elvira Avenue and Keeling Avenue, approximately 600 feet west of Anderson Place, (4.56 acres), to permit a maximum of 72 residential units, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2016SP-087-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee with a recommendation to refer the third substitute bill to the Planning Commission for consideration prior to adoption. Council Member Scott Davis moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following roll call vote: Yes (32): Allen, Cooper, Gilmore, Hurt, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, Pridemore, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Kindall, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, and Rosenberg; No (4): VanReece, Roberts, Mina Johnson, and Murphy; Abstain (2): Mendes, and Henderson.

Sponsor(s): Scott Davis

Second Substitute Bill BL2018-1203

An ordinance amending Title 12 of the Metropolitan Code relating to scooters, in-line skates, and roller skates by creating new definitions for scooters and business district and modifying certain requirements.

The bill was approved by the Public Safety, Beer, and Regulated Beverages Committee and the Public Works Committee. Council Member Rosenberg moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (38): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Dave Rosenberg

Bill BL2018-1229

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 AR2a to SP zoning for properties located at 6397 Pettus Road and Pettus Road (unnumbered), approximately 1,130 feet east of Nolensville Pike to permit 145 single family lots (49 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2017SP-087-001).

The bill was approved with conditions, disapproved without by the Planning Commission and approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee. Council Member Bedne moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (37): Gilmore, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Fabian Bedne

Bill BL2018-1245

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 applying a Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District to various properties along South Street, Villa Place, Wedgewood Avenue, 15th Avenue South, Tremont Street, and Edgehill Avenue, north of Wedgewood Avenue, zoned R6-A and RS5 and partially within a Planned Unit Development Overlay District (42.96 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018NHC-001-001).

Council Member Sledge offered a substitute ordinance and moved that it be accepted for filing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Colby Sledge, Freddie O'Connell

Substitute Bill BL2018-1245

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 applying a Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District to various properties along South Street, Villa Place, Wedgewood Avenue, 15th Avenue South, Tremont Street, and Edgehill Avenue, north of Wedgewood Avenue, zoned R6-A and RS5 and partially within a Planned Unit Development Overlay District (42.18 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018NHC-001-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee. Council Member Sledge moved to suspend the Rules of Procedure to offer a late amendment. Without objection, Council Member Sledge offered a late amendment and moved that it be adopted, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. Council Member Sledge moved to pass the bill on third reading as amended, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (38): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Colby Sledge, Freddie O'Connell

Bill BL2018-1280

An ordinance approving the plans for a non-hazardous liquid waste processing facility to be located at 2832 Whites Creek Pike, Nashville, Tennessee 37207.

The bill was approved by the Public Works Committee. Council Member Hastings moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was properly seconded. After discussion, Council Member Hagar called for the previous question, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. The matter recurred on the motion to pass the bill, which was adopted by the following roll call vote: Yes (31): Allen, Cooper, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Potts, Lee, and Rosenberg; No (7): Gilmore, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Vercher, Bedne, and Dowell; Abstain (1): Henderson.

Sponsor(s): DeCosta Hastings, Robert Swope

Bill BL2018-1289

An ordinance approving the demolition of certain buildings and structures necessary for the construction of a new Major League Soccer Stadium at the Fairgrounds Nashville, and amending Title 5 of the Metropolitan Code to impose a privilege tax on the sale of tickets to events at the new Major League Soccer stadium (Proposal No. 2018M-020PR-001).

Council Member Sledge offered a substitute ordinance and moved that it be accepted for filing, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Colby Sledge, Tanaka Vercher

Substitute Bill BL2018-1289

An ordinance approving the demolition of certain buildings and structures necessary for the construction of a new Major League Soccer Stadium at The Fairground Nashville, and amending Title 5 of the Metropolitan Code to impose a privilege tax on the sale of tickets to events at the new Major League Soccer Stadium.

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Budget and Finance Committee, the Codes, Fair, and Farmers Market Committee, the Convention, Tourism, and Public Entertainment Facilities Committee, and the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee. Council Member Mina Johnson moved to suspend the Rules of Procedure to offer a late amendment that would combine and incorporate the contents of Amendments A and B. Without objection, Council Member Johnson offered the amendment and moved for its adoption, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Council Member Sledge moved to pass the bill on third reading as amended, which motion was properly seconded. After discussion, Council Member Glover called for the previous question, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. The matter recurred on the motion to pass the bill, which was adopted by the following roll call vote: Yes (31): Allen, Gilmore, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Hastings, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, and Rosenberg; No (8): Cooper, Hall, Haywood, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, and Henderson; Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Colby Sledge

Substitute Bill BL2018-1290

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 SP zoning on a portion of property located at 300 Rains Avenue, east of the terminus of Benton Avenue (10.0 acres), to permit a mixed-use development, (10.0 acres), all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2018SP-047-001).

The bill was approved with amendments, disapproved without by the Planning Commission and approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee. Council Member Sledge moved to suspend the Council Rules of Procedure to offer a late amendment to Amendment No. 1. Without objection, Council Member Sledge offered the amendment and moved for its adoption, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. Council Member Sledge offered Amendment No. 1 as amended and moved for its adoption, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Council Member Sledge moved to pass the bill on third reading as amended, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (34): Gilmore, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Swope, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Pardue, Hagar, Huezo, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee and Rosenberg; No (3): Cooper, Glover and Henderson; Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Colby Sledge

Bill BL2018-1291

An ordinance declaring property surplus and approving the execution and delivery of a ground lease between The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by and through the Board of Fair Commissioners, and Nashville Soccer Holdings Development LLC for the construction of a development at the Fairgrounds Nashville (Proposal No. 2018M-021PR-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Budget and Finance Committee, the Codes, Fair, and Farmers Market Committee, the Convention, Tourism, and Public Entertainment Facilities Committee, and the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee. Council Member Sledge moved to suspend the Council Rules of Procedure to offer a late amendment. Without objection, Council Member Sledge offered the amendment and moved for its adoption, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Council Member Sledge moved to pass the bill on third reading as amended, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following roll call vote: Yes (30): Allen, Gilmore, Mendes, Hurt, Shulman, Hastings, Scott Davis, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, and Rosenberg; No (9): Cooper, Hall, Haywood, Swope, Pardue, Hagar, Glover, Huezo, and Henderson; Abstain (0).

As previously requested, Resolution RS2018-1328 was considered at this time.

Council Member Freeman moved to suspend the Rules of Procedure to offer an amendment to the bill on third reading. Without objection, Council Member Freeman offered Amendment No. 1 and moved for its adoption, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Mendes moved to suspend the Rules of Procedure to offer a late amendment to Amendment No. 1. Without objection, Council Member Mendes offered the amendment and moved for its adoption, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. The matter recurred on the motion to adopt Amendment No. 1 as amended, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Colby Sledge, Tanaka Vercher, Fabian Bedne

Resolution RS2018-1328

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 fifty million dollars ($50,000,000).

The resolution was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee, the Codes, Fair, and Farmers Market Committee, and the Convention, Tourism, and Public Entertainment Facilities Committee. Council Member Sledge moved to adopt the resolution, which motion was properly seconded. Council Member Henderson moved to defer the resolution, which motion was seconded. Council Member Sledge moved to table the motion to defer, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following roll call vote: Yes (24): Allen, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hastings, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Potts, Bedne, and Lee; No (10): Cooper, Hall, Haywood, Hagar, Glover, Weiner, Vercher, Dowell, Henderson, and Rosenberg; Abstain (0).

Council Member Sledge called for the previous question, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council. The matter recurred on the motion to adopt the resolution, which was adopted by the following roll call vote: Yes (28): Allen, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hastings, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Weiner, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Blalock, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, and Rosenberg; No (6): Cooper, Hall, Haywood, Hagar, Glover, and Henderson; Abstain (0).

At this time, the Council resumed the normal order of the agenda.

Sponsor(s): Jim Shulman, Colby Sledge

Bill BL2018-1292

An ordinance to amend provisions of Chapter 2.140 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws regarding public records commission membership and the provision of secretarial duties.

The bill was approved by the Personnel, Public Information, Human Relations, and Housing Committee and the Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Committee. Council Member Sledge moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (30): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Hagar, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Potts, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Colby Sledge

Substitute Bill BL2018-1295

An ordinance amending Metropolitan Code Section 13.08.040.B.6.f to add Symphony Place and the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Street Bridge to the designated rights of way upon which street vendors shall not be permitted to operate within the DTC and CF districts, subject to the limitations of Chapter 13.08.

The bill was approved by the Convention, Tourism, and Public Entertainment Facilities Committee and the Public Works Committee. Council Member O'Connell moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (28): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Freddie O'Connell

Bill BL2018-1296

An ordinance approving a revocable license agreement between The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, acting by and through the Board of Parks and Recreation, and Glowco, LLC for the use of Riverfront Park and Ascend Amphitheatre.

The bill was approved by the Budget and Finance Committee, the Convention, Tourism, and Public Entertainment Facilities Committee, and the Parks, Library, and Arts Committee. Council Member Vercher moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (29): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Hagar, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher, Kevin Rhoten, Freddie O'Connell

Bill BL2018-1297

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 an agreement with KJPL Riverwood, LLC to fund the operation and maintenance of a public pressure sewer extension for its development at the Village of Riverwood (Phase 2) (MWS Project No. 18-SL-07 and Proposal No. 2018M-013AG-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Budget and Finance Committee, the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee, and the Public Works Committee. Council Member Rhoten moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (27): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Kevin Rhoten, Tanaka Vercher, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

Bill BL2018-1298

An ordinance authorizing the acquisition of certain right-of-way easements, drainage easements, temporary construction easements and property rights by negotiation or condemnation for use in public projects of the Metropolitan Government, initially for purposes of Public Works Department Project Number 2017-R-020, Brewer Drive Sidewalk Improvements (Proposal No. 2018M-053ES-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Budget and Finance Committee, the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee, and the Public Works Committee. Council Member Vercher moved to defer the bill, which motion was seconded and approved by a voice vote of the Council.

Sponsor(s): Tanaka Vercher, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

Bill BL2018-1299

An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing sanitary sewer main and easements and to accept new sanitary sewer main, a sanitary sewer manhole and easements for property located at 4000 Hillsboro Pike (MWS Project No. 18-SL-85 and Proposal No. 2018M-050ES-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee and the Public Works Committee. Council Member Pulley moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (28): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Russ Pulley, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

Bill BL2018-1300

An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing sanitary sewer main and easements for properties located at 211 and 231 Ensworth Place (MWS Project No. 18-SL-29 and Proposal No. 2018M-051ES-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee and the Public Works Committee. Council Member Murphy moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (29): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, Freeman, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Kathleen Murphy, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

Bill BL2018-1301

An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing sanitary sewer main and easement and to accept new sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer manholes, fire hydrants and easements, for six properties located on South 6th Street (MWS Project No. 18-WL-16 and 18-SL-28 and Proposal No. 2018M-052ES-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee and the Public Works Committee. Council Member Withers moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (28): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Brett Withers, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

Bill BL2018-1302

An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to remove existing clay sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes and to replace with new sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes within the existing Public Utility easement, for property located at 2300 Patterson Street (MWS Project No. 18-SL-100 and Proposal No. 2018M-054ES-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee and the Public Works Committee. Council Member Kindall moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (28): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Edward Kindall, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

Bill BL2018-1303

An ordinance to amend the Geographic Information Systems Street and Alley Centerline Layer for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County by abandoning a portion of Alley Number 451 right-of-way and easement (Proposal No. 2018M-014AB-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Traffic and Parking Commission and approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee, the Public Works Committee, and the Traffic, Parking, and Transportation Committee. Council Member Withers moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (28): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Brett Withers, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

Bill BL2018-1304

An ordinance to amend the Geographic Information Systems Street and Alley Centerline Layer for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County by abandoning a portion of Magazine Street right-of-way (Proposal No. 2018M-017AB-001).

The bill was approved by the Planning Commission and approved by the Traffic and Parking Commission and approved by the Planning, Zoning, and Historical Committee, the Public Works Committee, and the Traffic, Parking, and Transportation Committee. Council Member O'Connell moved to pass the bill on third reading, which motion was seconded and adopted by the following vote: Yes (28): Cooper, Gilmore, Mendes, Shulman, Hall, Hastings, Haywood, Withers, Anthony Davis, VanReece, Pridemore, Glover, Rhoten, Syracuse, Sledge, O'Connell, Roberts, Kindall, Mina Johnson, Murphy, Pulley, Elrod, Vercher, Bedne, Dowell, Lee, Henderson and Rosenberg; No (0); Abstain (0).

Sponsor(s): Freddie O'Connell, Fabian Bedne, Jeremy Elrod

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