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DR. DASHA LUNDY, 1ST DISTRICT
COURTNEY DURRETT, 2ND DISTRICT
RANDY SMITH, 3RD DISTRICT
KYLE WARD, 4TH DISTRICT
JOHN SCHOONMAKER, 5TH DISTRICT

TERRY HILL, 6TH DISTRICT
CHARLES BUSLER, 7TH DISTRICT
RICHIE BEELER, 8TH DISTRICT, CHAIRMAN
CARSON DAILEY, 9TH DISTRICT
LARSEN JAY, AT-LARGE SEAT 10
JUSTIN BIGGS, AT-LARGE SEAT 11, VICE-CHAIR
                  Suite 603, City County Building
400 West Main Street
Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
Phone (865) 215-2534
Fax (865) 215-2038

 
THE KNOX COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SHALL MEET IN AGENDA WORK SESSION MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2021 AT 5:00 P.M. IN THE MAIN ASSEMBLY ROOM OF THE CITY-COUNTY BUILDING, 400 WEST MAIN STREET. ALL AGENDA ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO VOTE.
 
             
I.  CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL (5:00 P.M.):
 
A.  Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
          Commissioner Justin Biggs
 
B.  Amendments to the Agenda
 
C.  Honorary Resolutions
 
1. R-21-10-101   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, honoring Dr. Martha Buchanan for her leadership and service as Director of the Knox County Health Department.
(Full Commission)
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2. R-21-10-102   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, honoring Coach Clark Duncan for his induction into the Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame.
(Commissioners Biggs, Dailey and County Mayor)
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3. R-21-10-103   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, recognizing October as Breast Cancer Awareness month.
(Commissioner Biggs)
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D.  Presentations
 
4.    Hear at BOC
Mar. 28, 2022
Presentation of Rural Metro monthly report by Jeff Bagwell.
(County Mayor)
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5. RLA-12390   Hear at BOC
Mar. 28, 2022
Presentation by Knoxville Chamber of Commerce President Mike Odom.
(Commissioner Jay)
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E.  Public Forum - Agenda Items Only
 
F.  Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting
 
G.  Drives and Roads
 
6. RLA-12635   Consideration of the Acceptance of New County Roads:
A. Valley Glen Boulevard located in Glen at West Valley, District 5.
B. Kayak Lane located in Glen at West Valley, District 5.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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7. RLA-12699  
1st Reading
Consideration of the closure of the right of way adjacent to 7001 Cunningham Road at the corner of Maynardville Pike. (FIRST READING)
(Engineering and Public Works)
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H.  Line Item Transfers
 
8. RLA-12686   Line Item Transfers.
(Finance)
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I.  Budget Amendments
 
J.  Spread of Record
 
9. RLA-12700   Accepting through Spread of Record the letter of retirement of the Honorable Geoffrey P. Emery, Judge of the Knox County General Sessions Court, Division II, effective December 31, 2021.
(Commissioner Beeler)
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10.    Spread of Record the Knox County Mayor’s reappointment of Byron Wood to the Knox County Ethics Committee to serve a four (4) year term expiring October 31, 2025.
(County Mayor)
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11. RLA-12636   Spread of Record the Knox County Mayor's Order reappointing Joseph Longmire to the Board of Commissioners of the Northeast Knox Utility District.
(County Mayor)  
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12. RLA-12658   Spread of Record the Employee Handbook of the Knox County Register of Deeds Office.
(Register of Deeds)
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K.  Education Resolutions
 
13. R-21-10-201   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Utility Easement for the Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB) to acquire an Access and Utility Easement on property located at Brickey-McCloud Elementary School with Knox County to receive compensation in the amount of $2,900.00 for granting said easement.
(Schools)
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14. R-21-10-202   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an agreement with Smee + Busby Architects, P.C. for the design of a roof replacement at Carter High School in the amount of $124,000.00.
(Schools)
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15. R-21-10-203   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an increase of $85,800.00 to the design contract for the Gibbs High School stadium replacement project.
(Schools)
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16. R-21-10-204   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of the Tennessee Department of Education American Rescue Plan and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Grant (ARP IDEA) in the amount of $3,489,598.65 and American Rescue Plan and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act for Preschool Grant (ARP IDEA Preschool) in the amount of $232,650.65 for Fiscal Year 2022.
(Schools)
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17. R-21-10-205   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of the State of Tennessee Department of Education Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Planning Grant for Fiscal Year 2022 in the amount of $150,000.00.
(Schools)
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18. R-21-10-206   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a grant contract in the amount of $92,698.58 with the Tennessee Department of Education for the provision of providing curriculum development and training for district-led educator preparation provider program to support the Career and Technical Education (CTE) teacher pipeline for the term of November 1, 2021 to September 30, 2022. (No local match required)
(Schools)
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19. R-21-10-207   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of the Tennessee Department of Education American Rescue Plan (ARP) Homeless 2.0 Grant in the amount of $412,593.04 for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 school years.
(Schools)
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20. R-21-10-208   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of grant funds and donations for the Knox County Schools as shown on the attached list and in the total amount of $2,000.00.
(Schools)
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L.  General Government Resolutions
 
21. R-21-10-110   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, appointing _______ and _______ to the Knox County Ethics Committee. (Terms expire October 31, 2025)
(Commissioner Beeler)
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22. R-21-10-209   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with Metropolitan Security Services, Inc. d/b/a Walden Security for the provision of unarmed security guard services at Lawson McGhee Library and the East Tennessee History Center.
(Library)
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23. R-21-10-301   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a grant contract in the amount of $100,128.70 with the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security to provide police traffic services as part of the Tennessee Highway Safety Plan for the period beginning October 1, 2021 and ending September 30, 2022. (No local match required)
(Sheriff)
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24. R-21-10-302  
To Be Added
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Piggyback Agreement with Avero, LLC d/b/a Avero Advisors for information technology strategic consulting and support services. (TO BE ADDED)
(Sheriff)
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25. R-21-10-401   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Dean 4, LLC for property located at 121 Capital Drive (CLT Parcel # 131LB00203) in Commission District 3.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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26. R-21-10-402   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Mesana Investments LLC for property located at 1296 Heritage Lake Blvd. (a portion of CLT Parcel # 144-03018) in Commission District 5.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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27. R-21-10-403   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Southland Group, Inc. for property located at 4917 Murphy Road (a portion of CLT Parcel # 049-067) in Commission District 6.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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28. R-21-10-404   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Oakland, LLC for property located at 9124 Carter Mill Drive (a portion of CLT Parcel # 074-002) in Commission District 8.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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29. R-21-10-405   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Mesana Investments LLC for property located at 0 Goff Road (a portion of CLT Parcel # 135-02202) in Commission District 9.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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30. R-21-10-406   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a construction contract in the amount of $520,308.25 with Rogers Group, Inc. for the Ledgerwood Road Sidewalk and Signal Project.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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31. R-21-10-407  
To Be Added
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with Highway Markings, Inc. for the provision of pavement marking materials and road striping services. (TO BE ADDED)
(Engineering and Public Works)
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32. R-21-10-501   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a revised Agreement with McNabb Center for the acquisition of property and construction of a domestic violence emergency shelter to provide for an extension to the term of the contract and a revision of performance measurements.
(Community Development)
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33. R-21-10-502   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, 1) approving a Substantial Amendment to Knox County's previously approved FY 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan and 2020 Annual Action Plan to include additional programs to prevent, prepare for and respond to coronavirus and 2) approving agreements, subject to HUD approval of the Substantial Amendment, with Knoxville Academy of Medicine Foundation for health services ($26,914), McNabb Center for the expansion of a facility to treat substance misuse disorders ($400,000), and Senior Citizen Home Assistance Service, Inc. for senior services ($38,000).
(Community Development)
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34. R-21-10-601   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving amendments to the Master Focus Agreement with Gilead Sciences, Inc. for Hepatitis C and HIV testing services to provide for additional funding in the total amount of $220,544.00 and to extend the end date to June 30, 2022. (No local match required)
(Health Department)
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35. R-21-10-801   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with Williamsburg Mailing Services, Inc. for the provision of presort mailing services for the term of November 1, 2021 to October 31, 2022 with the option to extend for four (4) additional years.
(Procurement)
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36. R-21-10-802   Defer to
March
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving contracts with T-Mobile USA, Inc. and Verizon Wireless to provide mobile solutions for Knox County. (DEFER TO NOVEMBER AT REQUEST OF SPONSOR)
(Procurement)
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37. R-21-10-803   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Sign Location Lease and Memorandum of Lease Agreement with the Lamar Companies for the renewal of a lease of a billboard located on Knox County property at 4630 Asheville Highway with Knox County to receive rent in the amount of $250.00 per month ($3,000.00 annually) for a term of ten (10) years. (DEFERRED FROM SEPTEMBER AT REQUEST OF SPONSOR) (previously deferred from August at request of Commission and from July at request of sponsor)
(Finance)
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38. R-21-10-901   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Consulting Services Agreement with Stones River Group, LLC in the amount not to exceed $66,000.00 ($5,500.00 per month) plus out-of-pocket expenses to provide government relations services with the State of Tennessee for the term ending October 31, 2022.
(County Mayor and Finance)
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39. R-21-10-902   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving the execution of an Interlocal Project Agreement with the City of Knoxville, Tennessee for the development of plans for an Acute Care and Behavioral Health Facility to be located at 1515 Saint Mary Street, Knoxville, Tennessee.
(County Mayor and Commissioners Durrett and Lundy) 
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40. R-21-10-903   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract in the total amount of $1,181,062.00 with Kimley-Horn to develop the Knox County Comprehensive Plan, including a detailed analysis of Land Use, Transportation, and Parks and Recreation.
(County Mayor, Engineering and Public Works, and Parks and Recreation)
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41. R-21-10-904   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with US Imaging for the provision of back scanning indexes and books for the Knox County Register of Deeds Office.
(Register of Deeds)
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42. R-21-10-905   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, establishing a Knox County Interagency Domestic Abuse Death Review Team pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. § 36-3-624. (TO BE ADDED)
(District Attorney General and County Mayor)
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M.  Ordinances on First Reading
 
43. O-21-10-101  
1st Reading
Consideration of an Ordinance of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, to repeal and replace Knox County Code, Chapter 26, Article V entitled "Litter" to adopt updated regulations for litter control in Knox County. (Ord. No. O-96-4-101, adopted 5-28-96; Ord. No. O-96-11-102, adopted 12-23-96; and Ord. No. O-99-4-101, adopted 4-26-99) (FIRST READING)
(Commissioner Dailey)
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N.  Ordinances on Second Reading
 
O.  Public Forum - Open Topics
 
P.  Other Business
 
44. RLA-12696   Discussion item: Schools litigation tax receipts and what debt it is being paid on.
(Commissioner Busler)
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45. RLA-12697   Discussion item: Why is Natural Growth automatically given in the budget to the schools.
(Commissioner Busler)
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II.     ZONINGS:
 
A.      Zoning Requests
 
46. 8-G-21-RZ   Request of Nelson Farm Development LLC for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 4114 West Beaver Creek Drive / Parcel ID 67   131, Commission District 6. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 3.5 dwelling units per acre because it is consistent with the surrounding development and the sector plan, by a vote of 14-0. Click to View
 
47. 9-A-21-RZ   Request of Victor Jernigan for rezoning from RA (Low Density Residential) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 0 Ball Road / Parcel ID 91   07701, Commission District 6. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 3 dwelling units per acre because it is consistent with the sector plan, by a vote of 8-6. Click to View
 
48. 9-B-21-RZ   Request of Reliance Development, LLC for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 6806 and 6812 East Emory Road / Parcel ID 20   117 and 119, Commission District 8. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 5 dwelling units per acre because it is consistent with the Northeast County Sector Plan and surrounding development, by a vote of 14-0 Consent. Click to View
 
49. 9-F-21-RZ   Request of Ioan and Ligia Creta for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RA (Low Density Residential). Property located at 5023 Crippen Road / Parcel ID 39   011, Commission District 7. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE RA (Low Density Residential) zoning because it is consistent with the North County Sector Plan and surrounding uses, by a vote of 14-0 Consent. Click to View
 
50. 6-A-21-RZ   Request of Stephanie Walther for rezoning from I (Industrial) to A (Agricultural). Property located at 0 Amherst Road / Parcel ID 92   05802, Commission District 3. Planning Commission Recommendation:  APPROVE A (Agricultural) zoning because it is consistent with the Northwest County Sector Plan and surrounding zoning, by a vote of 15-0 Consent. (DEFERRED FROM AUGUST AT REQUEST OF APPLICANT) (previously deferred from July at request of applicant) Click to View
 
51. 6-C-21-RZ   Request of Lindsey Lieb for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to OB (Office, Medical, and Related Services).  Property located at 203 Fox Road / Parcel ID 131 L A 017, Commission District 5. Planning Commission Recommendation:  APPROVE OB (Office, Medical, and Related Services) zoning since it is compatible with the Southwest County Sector Plan’s Office land use designation and is consistent with the surrounding area, by a vote of 10-0 Consent. (DEFERRED FROM SEPTEMBER DUE TO APPLICANT'S FAILURE TO ATTEND) (previously deferred from August at request of applicant) Click to View
 
52. 8-A-21-SP   Request of Benjamin C. Mullins O/B/O David Eubanks (Revised) for Northwest County Sector Plan Amendment from O (Office) and HP (Hillside Protection) to MU-SD, NWCO-4 (Mixed Use-Special District, Saddlebrook) and HP (Hillside Protection) for property located at 1308, 1304, 1232 and 0 Lovell Road [Parcel ID 118HC001];
 
From O (Office) and HP (Hillside Protection) to MU-SD, NWCO-4 (Mixed Use-Special District, Saddlebrook) and HP (Hillside Protection) for a portion of property located at 0 High Meadow Drive;
 
From LDR (Low Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) to MU-SD, NWCO-4 (Mixed Use-Special District, Saddlebrook) and HP (Hillside Protection) for another portion of property located at 0 High Meadow Drive;
 
From LDR (Low Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) to MU-SD, NWCO-4 (Mixed Use-Special District, Saddlebrook) and HP (Hillside Protection) for property located at 0 Lovell Road [Parcel ID 118  066]. Commission District 6.
 
Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE plan amendment to MU-SD NWCO-4 (Mixed Use Special District: Saddlebrook) and HP (Hillside Protection) because the improvements of Lovell Road, including sidewalks, increase pedestrian connectivity in this area, by a vote of 14-0.
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53. 8-A-21-RZ   Request of Benjamin C. Mullins O/B/O David Eubanks (Revised) for rezoning from A (Agricultural) / TO (Technology Overlay) to PC (Planned Commercial) / TO (Technology Overlay) for property located at 1308 Lovell Road;
 
From OB (Office, Medical, and Related Services) / TO (Technology Overlay) to PC (Planned Commercial) / TO (Technology Overlay) for property located at 1304, 1232 & 0 Lovell Road [Parcel ID 118HC001];
 
From OB (Office, Medical, and Related Services) / TO (Technology Overlay) and RA (Low Density Residential) / TO (Technology Overlay) to PC (Planned Commercial) / TO (Technology Overlay) for property located at 0 High Meadow Drive;
 
From RB (General Residential) / TO (Technology Overlay) to PC (Planned Commercial) / TO (Technology Overlay) for property located at 0 Lovell Road [Parcel ID 118  066]. Commission District 6.
 
Planning Commission Recommendation:  APPROVE PC (Planned Commercial) / TO (Technology Overlay) zoning because it would allow commercial development with site plan review at this location, by a vote of 14-0.
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54. 9-B-21-SP   Request of Homestead Land Holdings, LLC for Northwest County Sector Plan Amendment from AG (Agricultural) and HP (Hillside Protection) to RC (Rural Commercial) and HP (Hillside Protection) for a portion of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12604):
 
From AG (Agricultural) and HP (Hillside Protection) to LDR (Low Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) for other portions of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12604);
 
From AG (Agricultural) and HP (Hillside Protection) to LDR (Low Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) for portions of property located at 12044 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12603);
 
From AG (Agricultural) and HP (Hillside Protection) to LDR (Low Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) for a portion of property located at 11952 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12605). Commission District 6.
 
Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE RC (Rural Commercial) and HP (Hillside Protection) for a portion of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12604);
 
APPROVE RR (Rural Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) for other portions of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12604), and for portions of property located at 12044 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12603), and for property located at 11952 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12605) because of the expansion of utilities in this area, by a vote of 14-0.
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55. 9-I-21-RZ   Request of Homestead Land Holdings, LLC for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to CR (Rural Commercial) for a portion of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12604);
 
From CA (General Business) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 3 dwelling units per acre for another portion of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12604);
 
From A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 3 dwelling units per acre for another portion of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 12604); 
 
From PR (Planned Residential) up to 2 dwelling units per acre to PR (Planned Residential) up to 3 dwelling units per acre for another portion of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12604);
 
From CA (General Business) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 3 dwelling units per acre for a portion of property located at 12044 Hardin Valley Road / Parcel ID 129 12603;
 
From A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 3 dwelling units per acre for another portion of property located at 12044 Hardin Valley Road / Parcel ID 129 12603;
 
From A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 3 dwelling units per acre for a portion of property located at 11952 Hardin Valley Road / Parcel ID 129 12605;
 
From PR (Planned Residential) up to 2 dwelling units per acre to PR (Planned Residential) up to 3 dwelling units per acre for another portion of property located at 11952 Hardin Valley Road / Parcel ID 129 12605. Commission District 6.
 
Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE CR (Rural Commercial) zoning for a portion of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12604);
 
APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 3 dwelling units per acre for portions of property located at 12054 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12604), and for portions of property located at 12044 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel ID 129 12603), and for property located at 11952 Hardin Valley Road (Parcel 129 12605), by a vote of 14-0.
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B.      Zoning Appeals
 
56. 6-G-21-RZ   Appeal by Pavel and Emilia Gushtyuk of the Knoxville-Knox County Planning Commission’s decision to deny rezoning from A (Agricultural) to CA (General Business).  Property located at 8819 Rutledge Pike / Parcel ID 42  029, Commission District 8. Planning Commission Recommendation: DENY CA (General Business) zoning because it is not consistent with the Northeast County Sector Plan designation and could cause adverse impacts for neighboring residential properties, by a vote of 15-0. (DEFERRED FROM SEPTEMBER AT REQUEST OF APPLICANT) (previously deferred from August at request of applicant) Click to View
 
57. 6-C-21-SP   Appeal by Pavel and Emilia Gushtyuk of the Knoxville-Knox County Planning Commission’s decision to deny a Northeast County Sector Plan Amendment from NC (Neighborhood Commercial) to GC (General Commercial). Property located at 8819 Rutledge Pike / Parcel ID 42   029, Commission District 8. Planning Commission Action: DENY the GC (General Commercial) designation since it does not meet the criteria for the GC land use classification and does not meet the requirements for a sector plan amendment, by a vote of 15-0. This Sector Plan Appeal is associated with the Rezoning Appeal for 6-G-21-RZ (Pavel and Emilia Gushtyuk, Appellants) Click to View
 
C.     Amendments to the Knox County Zoning Ordinance 
 
D.     Other Business
 
E.      Adjournment
 

    

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