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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

 
                                                                                                                           (REVISED)

 
THE KNOX COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SHALL MEET IN AGENDA WORK SESSION MONDAY, MAY 16, 2022 AT 5:00 P.M. (OR IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE PUBLIC HEARING) 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 Terry Hill
 
B.  Amendments to the Agenda
 
C.  Honorary Resolutions
 
1. R-22-5-101   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, recognizing May 15-21, 2022 as Emergency Medical Services week in Knox County.
(Commissioners Schoonmaker, Smith, Busler, Beeler, Dailey and Jay)
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2. R-22-5-102   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, honoring Alex Dale for earning the rank of Eagle Scout.
(Commissioner Durrett)
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3. R-22-5-103   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, honoring Knoxville Firefighter/Paramedic Eric Bradshaw for being named one of 33 Global Medical Response (GMR) Stars of Life.
(Full Commission)
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4. R-22-5-104   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, honoring the Yarnell Family Farm for being designated a Tennessee Century Farm.
(Commissioner Hill)
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5. R-22-5-105   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, honoring Murphy Farm for being designated a Tennessee Century Farm. 
(Commissioner Beeler)
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6. R-22-5-106   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, honoring Ms. Madeline for her 25 years of volunteer service to Knox County senior citizens.
(Commissioner Jay)
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7. R-22-5-107   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, posthumously honoring Richard Harms for his 33 years of dedicated service as a firefighter. 
(Commissioners Jay and Dailey)
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D.  Presentations
 
8.    Presentation of Rural Metro monthly report by Jeff Bagwell.
(County Mayor)
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E.  Public Forum - Agenda Items Only
 
F.  Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting
 
G.  Drives and Roads
 
9. RLA-13271   Consideration of the Correction of the Clerical Errors Regarding the Acceptance of Three County Roads:

At the January 24, 2011 County Commission meeting, due to a clerical error Gilbert Station Lane located in Gilbert Estates Subdivision; District 6 was accepted under the incorrect name of Gilbert Hills Drive.  The correct name of that road accepted by the County Commission on January 24, 2011, is hereby noted, and approved.

At the May 23, 2011 County Commission meeting, due to a clerical error Broken Rock Lane and Stone Hollow Drive located in Creekstone Subdivision; District 8 were accepted under the incorrect names of Broken Creek Lane and Ridge Stone Drive, respectively.  The correct name of those roads accepted by the County Commission on May 23, 2011, is hereby noted, and approved.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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10. RLA-13204   Consideration of the Acceptance of New County Roads:

A. War Admiral Lane located in Churchill Downs, District 6.
B. Creekbend Lane located in Creek Bend Farm Unit 1, District 6.
C. Rambling River Road located in Creek Bend Farm Unit 1, District 6.
D. Upstream Lane located in Creek Bend Farm Unit 1, District 6.
E. Hatties Place Road located in Hatties Place Unit 1, District 6.
F.  Mint Clover Lane located in Hatties Place Unit 1, District 6.
G. Lucky Clover Lane located in Hatties Place Unit 1, District 6.
H. Clover Vine Road located in Hatties Place Unit 2, District 6.
I.  Lucky Clover Lane located in Hatties Place Unit 2, District 6.
J.  Madeline Vine Lane located in Hatties Place Unit 3, District 6.
K.  Lucky Clover Lane located in Hatties Place Unit 3, District 6.
L.  Clover Vine Road located in Hatties Place Unit 4, District 6.
M. Budding Vine Road located in Hatties Place Unit 4, District 6.
N.  Altacrest Lane located in Maitland Meadows, District 6.
O. Maitland View lane located in Maitland Meadows, District 6.
P.  Ashby Field Lane located in Autumn Walk Unit 1 Phase 3, District E6.
Q. Rocky Plains Lane located in Autumn Walk Unit 1 Phase 3, District E6.
R. Woodhollow Lane located in Brandywine at Turkey Creek (Units 1, 2, 3 & 4), District 6.
S. Bayonet Lane located in Sevier Meadows Phase 1, District 9.
T.  Minuteman Lane located in Sevier Meadows Phase 1, District 9.
U. Bayonet Lane located in Sevier Meadows Phase 2, District 9.
V. Patrol Lane located in Sevier Meadows Phase 2, District 9.
W. Patrol Lane located in Sevier Meadows Phase 3, District 9.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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11. RLA-13349  
1st Reading
Consideration of the closure of a portion of Old Tazewell Pike, near the 1st Comforter Church, to improve safety for motorists and adjacent residents. (FIRST READING)
(Engineering and Public Works)
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H.  Line Item Transfers
 
12. RLA-13329   Line Item Transfers - Total amount of $229,007.74
(Finance)
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I.  Budget Amendments
 
13. RLA-13328   Budget Amendments - Total amount of $1,139,665.85
(Finance)
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J.  Spread of Record
 
14. RLA-13270   Spread of Record the Order of the Knox County Mayor reappointing John Griess to the Board of Commissioners of the First Utility District.  (County Mayor) Click to View
 
15. RLA-13353   Spread of Record the election of Randall Kenner to replace Amy Dobbins in representing the Circuit Court Clerk’s office on the Employee Insurance Benefits Committee as of April 28, 2022 for the term ending December 31, 2025.
(Benefits)
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16. RLA-13398  
To Be Added
Spread of Record the Knox County Mayor's acceptance of Bill Keeler's resignation from the Knox county Board of Equalization and appointment of James Thompson to complete the unfulfilled term of Bill Keeler as a member of the Board of Equalization pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. § 67-1-401(b), which term expires April 30, 2024. (TO BE ADDED)
(County Mayor)
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K.  Education Resolutions
 
17. R-22-5-201   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding with the Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee (CAC) for the Knox County Schools Nutrition Department to provide meal delivery services, site training, and program monitoring for the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) sponsored sites.
(Schools)
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18. R-22-5-202   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Agreement with Dr. Maggie B. McGatha for Cognitive Coaching Foundational Seminar training for KCS employees at a total cost of $68,800.00.
(Schools)
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19. R-22-5-203   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an event agreement with Zoo Knoxville for the provision of event venue and related services for the Knox County Schools Elementary Science Department Chairs' meeting on July 13, 2022 at a cost of $1,450.00.
(Schools)
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20. R-22-5-204   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Client Contract with Sunsphere Events by Venue Works, LLC for the provision of event venue and related services for the Knox County Schools Secondary Science Department Chairs' leadership training on July 25, 2022 at a cost of $1,200.00.
(Schools)
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21. R-22-5-205   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Service Agreement with Steve Spangler, Inc. for the provision of keynote speaker for the Knox County Schools Science Department District Learning Day on August 2, 2022 at a cost of $12,500.00.
(Schools)
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22. R-22-5-206   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with Premier Food Equipment Service for the provision of kitchen equipment preventative maintenance and repair up to $100,000.00 annually for the term of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023 which may be extended for four (4) additional years, one (1) year at a time.
(Schools)
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23. R-22-5-207   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with Maxwell Athletics for the provision of bleacher repair services up to $200,000.00 annually for the term of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023 which may be extended for four (4) additional years, one (1) year at at time.
(Schools)
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24. R-22-5-208   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Design Build Agreement among Great Southern Recreation, LLC, Knox Education Foundation, and Knox County Board of Education to transform the existing play space at Green Magnet Academy not to exceed a cost of $650,000.00.
(Schools)
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25. R-22-5-209   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a design agreement with Sparkman & Associates Architects, Inc. for renovations to Lincoln Park Center at a cost of $400,000.00.
(Schools)
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26. R-22-5-210   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Fund Balance Designation (General Purpose School Fund) in the amount of $7,404,300.00.
(Schools)
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27. R-22-5-211   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of Title I-A, Title I-C, Title I-N and D, Title II-A, Title III, and Title IV federal funding from the State of Tennessee Department of Education in the total amount of $19,576,555.99 for Fiscal Year 2023.
(Schools)
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28. R-22-5-212   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of a Tennessee Department of Education Best For All District Grant in the amount of $410,000.00.
(Schools)
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29. R-22-5-213   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding with The University of Tennessee for the 2022 Shakespeare in Shades Program at Vine Middle Magnet School and receipt of funding in the amount of $16,179.96 designated for teacher stipends and student bus transportation.
(Schools)
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30. R-22-5-214   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 $93,800.00.
(Schools)
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31. R-22-5-215   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Utility Easement for the Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB) to acquire a permanent easement and a temporary construction easement on property located at Farragut High School.
(Schools)
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L.  General Government Resolutions
 
32. R-22-5-110   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, accepting the resignation of Patricia Williams (District 1) on the Knox County Board of Zoning Appeals and appointing Curtis Brown to complete the unfulfilled term of Ms. Williams on the Board of Zoning Appeals, which term expires September 30, 2022.
(Commissioner Lundy)
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33. R-22-5-301   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving contracts with Aramark Uniform Services, Cintas Corporation and Unifirst for the provision of uniform and facility service rentals.
(Sheriff)
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34. R-22-5-302   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of a donation of aviation equipment including a map, light and camera system valued at $350,000+ from Trakka Systems.
(Sheriff)
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35. R-22-5-401   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Joint Funding Agreement with the U.S. Geological Survey in the amount of $83,000.00 with $49,800.00 provided by Knox County and $33,200.00 provided by the U.S. Geological Survey for the operation of stream gaging stations in Knox County for the period beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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36. R-22-5-402   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Local Construction Railroad Agreement with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) for rail crossing improvements at Mascot Pike.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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37. R-22-5-403   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving three (3) Railroad Agreements with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) for rail crossing improvements and construction oversight at Dan McBee Road, Luttrell Road and Gallaher View Road.
(Engineering and Public Works)
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38. R-22-5-501   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement with Renew Clinic to provide $100,000.00 in Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) for activities that mitigate the negative health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Federally funded through Treasury SLFRF Program)
(Community Development)
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39. R-22-5-502   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a revised Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement with the Knoxville/Knox County Community Action Committee (CAC) for housing rehabilitation construction services to provide for an extension to the term of the contract and a revision of performance metrics. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
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40. R-22-5-503   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement with Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee to provide $82,150.00 in Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) for activities that mitigate the negative health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Federally funded through Treasury SLFRF Program)
(Community Development)
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41. R-22-5-504   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement with Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee to provide $567,850.00 in Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) for activities that mitigate the negative economic and health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Federally funded through Treasury SLFRF Program)
(Community Development)
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42. R-22-5-505   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Amendment No. Three to Contract No. 21-124 with Knoxville/Knox County Community Action Committee (CAC) to provide U.S. Department of the Treasury Emergency Rental Assistance Program funds for the administration and conduct of the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, which amendment increases the award amount by $960,000.00 to provide reimbursement of direct assistance costs.
(Community Development)
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43. R-22-5-506   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Amendment No. Two to Contract No. 21-301 with SEEED, Inc. to provide Treasury Emergency Rental Assistance funds for community engagement services, which amendment increases the award amount from $100,000.00 to $175,000.00. (Federally funded through Treasury ERA program funds)
(Community Development)
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44. R-22-5-601   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with the Tennessee Department of Health in the amount not to exceed $125,000.00 for the provision of administering environmental health programs for the period beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2027. (No local match required)
(Health Department)
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45. R-22-5-602   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Amendment Six to a Grant Contract with the Tennessee Department of Health for the provision of Tobacco Prevention Program Services, which amendment increases the maximum liability of the State under the Contract by $115,000.00. (No local Match Required)
(Health Department)
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46. R-22-5-603   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a revised Amendment One to a Grant Contract with the Tennessee Department of Health for the provision of Presumptive Eligibility Services, which amendment increases the maximum liability of the State under the Grant Contract by $118,400.00 and extends the term by one (1) year to expire June 30, 2023. (No local match required)
(Health Department)
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47. R-22-5-604   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with EDP Biotech Corporation to provide COVID-19 testing services.
(Health Department)
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48. R-22-5-605   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with DesignSensory to provide advertising campaign services.
(Health Department)
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49. R-22-5-606   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a grant contract in the amount not to exceed $611,430.00 with the Tennessee Department of Health for the provision of Tuberculosis Control and Prevention Services for the period beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023. (No local match required)
(Health Department)
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50. R-22-5-607   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a grant contract in the amount not to exceed $212,000.00 with the Tennessee Department of Health for the provision of Tennessee Breast and Cervical Screening Program Services for the period beginning August 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023. (No local match required)
(Health Department)
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51. R-22-5-608   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Amendment Three to a five-year Grant Contract with the Tennessee Department of Health for the provision of Public Health Emergency Preparedness Services, which amendment increases the maximum liability of the State under the Grant Contract by $31,257.00. (No local Match Required)
(Health Department)
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52. R-22-5-701   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of a donation of a memorial bench at the Admiral Farragut Park from Simon Bradbury in the amount of $1,600.00.
(Parks and Recreation)
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53. R-22-5-801   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving the Tenth Supplement to License Agreement with Meta Enterprises, LLC at Summer Place Tower.
(Finance)  
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54. R-22-5-802   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an appropriation in the amount of $75,000.00 from the General Fund to the Industrial Development Board of the County of Knox in support of workforce training efforts in Knox County.
(Finance)
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55. R-22-5-803   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Intergovernmental Contract with Knoxville Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc. d/b/a Visit Knoxville for destination marketing and event management services.
(Procurement)
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56. R-22-5-804   Consideration of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Offer to Acquire Real Property and related documents from the State of Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) in the amount of $5,090.00 for a slope easement and temporary construction easement on Parcel No. 135-015 on Alcoa Highway.
(Procurement)
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57. R-22-5-805   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc. for the provision of Insurance Brokerage and Consulting Services. 
(Risk Management)
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58. R-22-5-901   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a grant contract in the amount not to exceed $275,000.00 with the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services for the continued operation of the Knox Recovery Court and Knox County Veterans Treatment Court for the period beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023. (No local match required)
(Knox Recovery/Veterans Treatment Court)
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59. R-22-5-902   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, accepting the amount of $70,128.22 from the Estate of Carolyn Swayne Carver for the benefit of the Knox County Strang Senior Center. (DEFERRED FROM APRIL AT REQUEST OF SPONSOR)
(Senior Services)
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60. R-22-5-903  
To Be Added
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, requesting the Knoxville-Knox County Planning Commission to recommend amendments to the Knox County Zoning Ordinance to provide for use on review appeals to a court of competent jurisdiction. (TO BE ADDED)
(County Mayor and Commissioner Smith)
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61. R-22-5-904  
To Be Added
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Independent Contractor Agreement with Hawes Forensic Consulting, PLC to provide forensic pathology services for the Knox County Regional Forensic Center. (TO BE ADDED)
(Forensic Center)
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62. R-22-5-905   To Be Added

Roll Call
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Economic Impact Plan submitted by the Industrial Development Board of the County of Knox in connection with a multi-use development bounded by Kingston Pike and Concord Road in Knox County to be known as the Biddle Farms Farragut Project. (TO BE ADDED)
(Chairman Beeler)
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M.  Ordinances on First Reading
 
63. O-22-5-101   1st Reading

2/3 Vote
Consideration of an Ordinance of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, amending Knox County Code, Chapter 42 by repealing Sections 42-51 through 42-66 and by adding a new Section 42-51 to adopt the provisions of Tenn. Code Ann. § 8-8-401 et seq., known as the "County Sheriff's Civil Service Law of 1974", in order to bring Knox County into compliance with state law. (Ord. No. O-90-9-111, adopted 9-10-90; Ord. No. O-91-8-114, adopted 11-25-91; Ord. No. O-94-10-101, adopted 12-1-94; Ord. No. O-95-4-101, adopted 4-24-95; Ord. No. O-19-1-101, adopted 2-25-19; Ord. No. O-20-7-102, adopted 9-28-20; Ord. No. O-21-7-105, adopted 8-23-21; and Ord. No. O-21-7-106, adopted 8-23-21) (FIRST READING) (DEFERRED FROM APRIL AT REQUEST OF COMMISSION)
(Commissioners Busler and Beeler)
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N.  Ordinances on Second Reading
 
O.  Public Forum - Open Topics
 
P.  Other Business
 
II.     ZONINGS:
 
A.      Zoning Requests
 
64. 4-B-22-RZ   Request of Jerald Walters for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RA (Low Density Residential).  Property located at 9732 Dutchtown Road / Parcel ID 118   148. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE RA (Low Density Residential) zoning because it is consistent with the sector plan and existing development pattern in the area, by a vote of 10-0 Consent.
(Commission District 3)
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65. 4-D-22-RZ   Request of Andrew Schneider for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RA (Low Density Residential).  Property located at 7803 Griffith Road / Parcel ID 028   160. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE RA (Low Density Residential) zoning because it is consistent with the sector plan and existing development pattern in the area, by a vote of 10-0 Consent.
(Commission District 7)
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66. 4-E-22-RZ   Request of Jerry Price for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 0 E Governor John Sevier Highway / Parcel ID 111   058. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 4.85 dwelling units per acre subject to 2 conditions, by a vote of 10-2.
(Commission District 9)
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67. 4-F-22-RZ   Request of Armando Garza, Jr. for rezoning from A (Agricultural) / PR (Planned Residential) / TO (Technology Overlay) to RA (Low Density Residential) / TO (Technology Overlay).  Property located at 1900 Schaeffer Road / Parcel ID 104   108. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE RA (Low Density Residential) / TO (Technology Overlay) zoning because it is consistent with the sector plan and existing residential development in the area, by a vote of 10-0 Consent.
(Commission District 6)
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68. 4-G-22-RZ   Request of Armando Garza, Jr. for rezoning from A (Agricultural) / TO (Technology Overlay) to RA (Low Density Residential) / TO (Technology Overlay).  Property located at 1912 Schaeffer Road / Parcel ID 104   107. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE RA (Low Density Residential) / TO (Technology Overlay) zoning because it is consistent with the sector plan and existing residential development in the area, by a vote of 10-0 Consent.
(Commission District 6)
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69. 4-B-22-SP   Request of Knoxville Excavating for North County Sector Plan Amendment from LDR (Low Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) to MDR (Medium Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection). Property located at 3117 Mynatt Road / Parcel ID 048   04502.  Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE the sector plan amendment to MDR (Medium Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) for the portion of the property as shown in Exhibit C because it is a minor extension of the land use classification, by a vote of 12-0. 
(Commission District 7)
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70. 4-H-22-RZ   Request of Knoxville Excavating for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RB (General Residential). Property located at 3117 Mynatt Road / Parcel ID 048   04502.  Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE RB (General Residential) zoning for the portion of the property as shown in Exhibit C because it is a minor extension of the zoning classification, by a vote of 12-0.
(Commission District 7)
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71. 4-C-22-SP   Request of Southern Homes and Farms, LLC for East County Sector Plan Amendment from LDR (Low Density Residential) to MDR (Medium Density Residential). Property located at 317 and 319 Brakebill Road / Parcel ID 072 D C 001.01 and 002.  Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE the sector plan amendment to MDR (Medium Density Residential) based on changing conditions in the area, by a vote of 10-2.
(Commission District 8)
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72. 4-I-22-RZ   Request of Southern Homes and Farms, LLC for rezoning from RA (Low Density Residential) for 317 Brakebill Road and from A (Agricultural) for 319 Brakebill Road to PR Planned Residential) up to 10 dwelling units per acre.  Property located at 317 and 319 Brakebill Road / Parcel ID 072 D C 001.01 and 002.  Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 7 dwelling units per acre, by a vote of 11-1.
(Commission District 8)
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73. 4-D-22-SP   Request of Dennis Patterson for North County Sector Plan Amendment from AG (Agricultural) and HP (Hillside Protection) to RC (Rural Commercial) and HP (Hillside Protection) for 9202 and 9204 Old Maynardville Pike. Property located at 9202, 9204, 9210, and 9216 Old Maynardville Pike / Parcel ID 003   080, 08001, 067 and 066 (part of).   Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE the sector plan amendment to RC (Rural Commercial) and HP (Hillside Protection) for 9202 and 9204 Old Maynardville Pike because it is a minor extension and consistent with the surrounding rural development, by a vote of 12-0.
(Commission District 8)
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74. 4-J-22-RZ   Request of Dennis Patterson for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to CA (General Business). Property located at 9202, 9204, 9210, and 9216 Old Maynardville Pike / Parcel ID 003   080, 08001, 067 and 066 (part of).  Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE CR (Rural Commercial) zoning because it is consistent with the surrounding rural development, by a vote of 12-0.
(Commission District 8)
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75. 4-E-22-SP   Request of Taylor D. Forrester for Northwest County Sector Plan Amendment from CC (Community Commercial) and SP (Stream Protection) to MDR (Medium Density Residential) and SP (Stream Protection). Property located at 0 Walker Springs Road / Parcel ID 119 L A 00119. Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE the sector plan amendment to MDR (Medium Density Residential) and SP (Stream Protection) because it is consistent with the location criteria, by a vote of 12-0.
(Commission District 3)
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76. 4-K-22-RZ    Request of Taylor D. Forrester for rezoning from CA (General Business) and F (Floodway) to PR (Planned Residential) and F (Floodway) up to 23 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 0 Walker Springs Road / Parcel ID 119 L A 00119. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) and F (Floodway) zoning up to 23 dwelling units per acre because it is compatible with surrounding residential and commercial zoning, by a vote of 12-0.
(Commission District 3)
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77. 4-F-22-SP   Request of Taylor D. Forrester for South County Sector Plan Amendment from GC (General Commercial) to MDR (Medium Density Residential). Property located at 0 W Governor John Sevier Highway / Parcel ID 137   16401, 16402 and 16403. Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE the sector plan amendment to MDR (Medium Density Residential) because it is adjacent to a major commercial node that is served by transit, by a vote of 12-0.
(Commission District 9)
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78. 4-L-22-RZ   Request of Taylor D. Forrester for rezoning from CA (General Business) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 18 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 0 W Governor John Sevier Highway / Parcel ID 137   16401, 16402 and 16403. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 18 dwelling units per acre because it is adjacent to a large commercial node served by transit subject to 4 conditions, by a vote of 12-0.
(Commission District 9)
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79. 4-G-22-SP    Request of I-75 Land Partners, LLC for Northeast County Sector Plan Amendment from AG (Agricultural), HP (Hillside Protection) and SP (Stream Protection) to LDR (Low Density Residential), HP (Hillside Protection) and SP (Stream Protection). Property located at 7921 and 7923 Thompson School Road / Parcel ID 012   209. Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE the sector plan amendment to RR (Rural Residential), HP (Hillside Protection) and SP (Stream Protection) because it is compatible with the surrounding development, by a vote of 11-0.
(Commission District 8)
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80. 4-M-22-RZ   Request of I-75 Land Partners, LLC for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 7921 and 7923 Thompson School Road / Parcel ID 012   209. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 2.9 dwelling units per acre, by a vote of 11-0.
(Commission District 8)
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81. 4-N-22-RZ   Request of Café International, LLC for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 3009 Rifle Range Road / Parcel ID 048   070. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 5 dwelling units per acre because it is consistent with the sector plan, by a vote of 10-0 Consent.
(Commission District 7)
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82. 4-L-22-SP   Request of Terry E. Romans for South County Sector Plan Amendment from AG (Agricultural) to RR (Rural Residential). Property located at 1826 E Governor John Sevier Highway / Parcel ID 111   05602. Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE the sector plan amendment to RR (Rural Residential) because of changing conditions in the area, by a vote of 11-1.
(Commission District 9)
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83. 4-S-22-RZ   Request of Terry E. Romans for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 3 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 1826 E Governor John Sevier Highway / Parcel ID 111   05602. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 3 dwelling units per acre subject to 3 conditions, by a vote of 7-5.
(Commission District 9)
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84. 4-T-22-RZ  
Deferred
Request of Terry E. Romans for rezoning from A (Agricultural) and RB (General Residential) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 0 W Governor John Sevier Highway / Parcel ID 137   151. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 5 dwelling units per acre because it is consistent with the sector plan subject to 4 conditions, by a vote of 12-0. (DEFER TO JULY AT REQUEST OF APPLICANT)
(Commission District 9)
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85. 4-U-22-RZ   Request of Matthew Ball for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 1331 West Beaver Creek Drive / Parcel ID 056   133 (part of).  Planning Commission Recommendation:  APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 5 dwelling units per acre because it is consistent with the sector plan and the surrounding development, by a vote of 12-0.
(Commission District 7)
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86. 4-V-22-RZ   Request of Mesana Investments, LLC for rezoning from RA (Low Density Residential) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 8415 Ball Camp Pike / Parcel ID 091   109. Planning Commission Recommendation:  APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 5 dwelling units per acre because it is consistent with the sector plan, by a vote of 12-0.
(Commission District 6)
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87. 4-Y-22-RZ   Request of Taryn Smith for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located at 2521 Crosslane Road / Parcel ID 090   13701. Planning Commission Recommendation:  APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 5 dwelling units per acre because it is consistent with the sector plan, by a vote of 10-0 Consent.
(Commission District 6)
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88. 3-A-22-RZ   Request of Gary Duncan for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RA (Low Density Residential).  Property located at 6308 Lacy Road / Parcel ID 68 H B 003. Planning Commission Recommendation: APPROVE RA (Low Density Residential) zoning because it is consistent with the sector plan, by a vote of 13-0 Consent. (DEFERRED FROM APRIL DUE TO APPLICANT'S FAILURE TO ATTEND, CERTIFIED LETTER SENT)
(Commission District 7)
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89. 11-B-21-SP   Request of Thunder Mountain Properties, LLC for South County Sector Plan Amendment from AG (Agricultural) and HP (Hillside Protection) to LDR (Low Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection). Property located at 8802 Sevierville Pike and 0 Dry Hollow Road / Parcel ID 138   274 and 270 (part of).   Planning Commission Action:  APPROVE the South County Sector Plan amendment to LDR (Low Density Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) for approximately 64 acres of parcel 138 270 and a portion of parcel 138 274 on the east side of Sevierville Pike because of the access and safety improvements of a major arterial, Chapman Highway, near the subject property, approve the Sector Plan amendment to RR (Rural Residential) and HP (Hillside Protection) for approximately 95 acres of a portion of parcel 138 274 (See Exhibit A) because it is consistent with the slope analysis for this area, changes in conditions and trends in development, by a vote of 14-0. (DEFERRED FROM APRIL AT REQUEST OF APPLICANT) (previously deferred from February to April at Commission's request) (Previously deferred from January at applicant's request)
(Commission District 9)
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90. 11-F-21-RZ    Request of Thunder Mountain Properties, LLC for rezoning from A (Agricultural), CA (General Business), CB (Business and Manufacturing) and RA (Low Density Residential) to PR (Planned Residential) up to 3 dwelling units per acre.  Property located at 8802 Sevierville Pike and 0 Dry Hollow Road / Parcel ID 138   274 and 270 (part of).   Planning Commission Recommendation:  APPROVE PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 2.5 dwelling units per acre for approximately 64 acres of parcel 138 270 and a portion of parcel 138 274 on the east side of Sevierville Pike, approve PR (Planned Residential) zoning up to 1.0 dwelling unit per acre for approximately 95 acres of a portion of parcel 138 274 (See Exhibit A), subject to one condition, by a vote of 10-4. (DEFERRED FROM APRIL AT REQUEST OF APPLICANT  (previously deferred from February to April at Commission's request) (Previously deferred from January at applicant's request)
(Commission District 9)
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B.      Zoning Appeals
 
C.     Amendments to the Knox County Zoning Ordinance 
 
D.     Other Business
 
E.      Adjournment
 

    

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