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Suite 603, City County Building
400 West Main Street
Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
Phone (865) 215-2534
Fax (865) 215-2038
EVELYN GILL, 1ST DISTRICT
MICHELE CARRINGER, 2ND DISTRICT
RANDY SMITH, 3RD DISTRICT, CHAIRMAN
HUGH NYSTROM, 4TH DISTRICT
JOHN SCHOONMAKER, 5TH DISTRICT
BRAD ANDERS, 6TH DISTRICT
CHARLES BUSLER, 7TH DISTRICT, VICE-CHAIR
DAVE WRIGHT, 8TH DISTRICT
CARSON DAILEY, 9TH DISTRICT
BOB THOMAS, AT-LARGE SEAT 10
ED BRANTLEY, AT-LARGE SEAT 11



THE KNOX COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SHALL MEET IN AGENDA WORK SESSION ON MONDAY, JULY 16, 2018 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.

 

AGENDA


 
 
             
1. RLA-8715   Pledge to the Flag.
Commissioner Hugh Nystrom
 
2. RLA-8716   Public Forum.
 
3. RLA-8717   Amendments to the agenda.
 
4. RLA-8718   Approval of the minutes of the previous meeting.
 
5. R-18-7-110   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving the reappointment/appointment of ________________, ______________, and _______________ to serve as Directors of The Industrial Development Board of the County of Knox and The Health, Educational and Housing Facility Board of the County of Knox.
(The Industrial Development Board of the County of Knox)
 
6. R-18-7-111   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, appointing/reappointing _________ (District 6 Seat) to the Knox County Library Advisory Board. (DEFERRED FROM JUNE)
(Commissioner Anders)
 
7. R-18-7-201   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of a School Improvement Grant Award from the Tennessee Department of Education for Vine Middle Magnet School in the amount of $200,000.00 for the 2018-2019 school year.
(Schools)
 
8. R-18-7-202   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding with the Tennessee Department of Education  to provide for an award in the amount of $185,000.00 with required matching funds in the amount of $15,000.00 for developing and maintaining the Coordinated School Health Initiative for Fiscal Year 2019.
(Schools)
 
9. R-18-7-203   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of the Voluntary Pre-K Grant award increase in the amount of $96,660.00 from the Tennessee Department of Education designated to support the purchase of curriculum and training for Connect 4 Learning.
(Schools)
 
10. R-18-7-204   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of an additional allocation under the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Grant from the Tennessee Department of Education in the amount of $35,089.49 for Fiscal Year 2017-2018.
(Schools)
 
11. R-18-7-205   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of an additional allocation under the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Grant from the Tennessee Department of Education in the amount of $71,310.87 for Fiscal Year 2018-2019.
(Schools)
 
12. R-18-7-206   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of two (2) Perkins Reserve Consolidated Grant awards from the State of Tennessee Department of Education for the 2018-2019 school year in the total amount of $20,000.00 designated for site licenses and industry certifications.
(Schools)
 
13. R-18-7-207   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding with the Great Schools Partnership for a grant in the total amount of $220,000.00 for the 2018-2019 school year for Arts-Integrated Elementary Tutoring at Beaumont, Belle Morris, Christenberry, Dogwood, Green, Lonsdale, Maynard, New Hopewell, Norwood, Sarah Moore Greene, South Knox, Spring Hill, and West View Elementary Schools.
(Schools)
 
14. R-18-7-208   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding with the Great Schools Partnership for a grant in the amount of $135,000.00 for the 2018-2019 school year for Secondary Tutoring Centers at Holston, Northwest, and Whittle Springs Middle Schools and one additional middle school and Central, Gibbs, Karns, and West High Schools and one additional high school.
(Schools)
 
15. R-18-7-209   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding with the Great Schools Partnership for FY 2019 TeacherPreneur Grant funding in the amount of $125,000.00.
(Schools)
 
16. R-18-7-210   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding with the Great Schools Partnership for the acceptance of funding to support up to 50% of the base salary of a data analyst position in the amount of $25,000.00 annually for up to three (3) years with an annual review by both Knox County Schools and the Great Schools Partnership.
(Schools)
 
17. R-18-7-211   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding with the Great Schools Partnership for a grant in the amount of $24,000.00 for the 2018-2019 school year for the Leaders for Readers program at Ball Camp, Beaumont, Belle Morris, Fountain City, Green, Inskip, Lonsdale, Maynard, New Hopewell, Norwood, Sarah Moore Greene, South Knox, Spring Hill, West Hills, and West View Elementary Schools.
(Schools)
 
18. R-18-7-212   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a School Group Agreement with the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont for Lonsdale Elementary School's 5th grade trip at a cost of $15,444.00.
(Schools)
 
19. R-18-7-213   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of funds from the Verizon Foundation for two grants in the total amount of $100,000.00 for the continuation of the Verizon Innovative Learning Schools Program at Bearden and Carter Middle Schools.
(Schools)
 
20. R-18-7-214   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an ImPACT Applications, Inc. Services Agreement with ImPACT Applications, Inc. for the provision of impact testing software at a cost of $4,950.00.
(Schools)
 
21. R-18-7-215   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving the Addendum to Agreement with Knoxville Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling Contractors (KPHCC) for a post-secondary apprenticeship program at Lincoln Park Technology and Trade Center, which Addendum provides for a salary increase for Adult Apprenticeship Program instructors funded by KPHCC.
(Schools)
 
22. R-18-7-216   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, to approve the awarding of Bid #2680 to the Dixon Shane LLC dba R&S Northeast LLC for the provision of the Hepatitis B vaccine for at risk Knox County Schools employees at a cost of $583.95 per 10 vials of the vaccine.
(Schools)
 
23. R-18-7-217   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an AVID College Readiness System Services and Products Agreement for AVID Memberships for Austin-East Magnet High School, Bearden Middle School, Karns High School, Northwest Middle School, Whittle Springs Middle School, and Career Magnet Academy at a cost of $27,394.00 for the 2018-2019 school year.
(Schools)
 
24. R-18-7-218   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an agreement with Franklin Covey Client Sales, Inc. for the Leader in Me Coaching System for the 2018-2019 school year for all staff at Sarah Moore Greene Magnet Academy at a cost of $10,350.00.
(Schools)
 
25. R-18-7-219   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a form agreement with SMG to allow school administrators the authority to approve agreements for using the Knoxville Convention Center as an event venue with said form.
(Schools)
 
26. R-18-7-220   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Bearden High School's proposal to create a new outdoor golf facility at an approximate cost of $23,632.00 using private donations and to name the facility in honor of John and Buddy Heins.
(Schools)
 
27. R-18-7-221   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Production Contract with Music Theatre International for the provision of materials and books for Beaumont Magnet Academy's production of Disney's Peter Pan Jr. at a cost of $835.00.
(Schools)
 
28. R-18-7-222   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Proposal and Terms and Conditions with Nearpod for a Nearpod School License for Cedar Bluff Middle School to access the Nearpod Lesson Library at a cost of $2,499.00.
(Schools)
 
29. R-18-7-223   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Renewal Quote with IXL Learning for the provision of math remediation software for South-Doyle High School at a cost of $7,475.00.
(Schools)
 
30. R-18-7-224   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 $41,384.00.
(Schools)
 
31. R-18-7-225   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Device Transfer Agreement with Verizon Innovative Learning for the acceptance of donated devices including chargers, cases, and accessories with a total estimated value of $375,875.00 currently being used at Bearden and Carter Middle Schools as part of the Digital Promise partnership.
(Schools)
 
32. R-18-7-301   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of four (4) valve temperature controls/motor heaters with an approximate value of $39,124.00 and fifty (50) monoculars with an approximate value of $79,708.50 from the Department of Defense 10-33 Surplus Property Program for the benefit of the Knox County Sheriff's Office.
(Sheriff)
 
33. R-18-7-302   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the donation of a 2011 Ford Crown Victoria with an approximate value of $4,500.00 to the Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee (CAC).
(Sheriff)
 
34. R-18-7-303   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Grant Agreement Letter in the amount of $10,000.00 with Radio Systems Corporation for the Knox County Sheriff's Office K-9 program. (No local match required)
(Sheriff)
 
35. R-18-7-401   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with W & W Properties, LLC for property located at 4970 Teras Point Way (CLT # 029-068).
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
36. R-18-7-402   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Stowers Partners, L.P. for properties located at 6305 Old Rutledge Pike (CLT # 060-133) and 6401 Old Rutledge Pike (CLT # 060-13201).
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
37. R-18-7-403   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Gamsa Holdings, LLC for property located at 7730 Dannaher Drive (CLT # 047-03328).
(Engineering and Public Works) 
 
38. R-18-7-404   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Quitclaim Deed for the transfer of 0.836 acres acquired by Knox County as part of the Karns Connector Phase 2 Project to The Development Corporation of Knox County. (DEFERRED FROM JUNE)
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
39. R-18-7-501   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Breakthrough Corporation to provide $22,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for the operation of a community and employment services program for autistic adults. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
40. R-18-7-502   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Helen Ross McNabb Center to provide $22,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds to provide comprehensive indigent mental health services for adults and children. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
41. R-18-7-503   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with the Knoxville Academy of Medicine Foundation to provide $22,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for the operation of Knoxville Area Project Access (KAPA). (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
42. R-18-7-504   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with HomeSource East Tennessee to provide $22,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for a Senior Care Coordinator to provide limited case management and counseling services for the seniors at Blueberry Ridge, Riverbirch Village, and Willow Place senior apartment complexes. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
43. R-18-7-505   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with the Knox County Public Defender's Community Law Office to provide $22,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for an intensive recidivism prevention and case management program. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
44. R-18-7-506   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Senior Citizens Home Assistance Service, Inc. to provide $15,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds to provide home health care training and certification for Knox County residents. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
45. R-18-7-507   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with the University of Tennessee to provide $10,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for the Knoxville Homeless Management Information System. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
46. R-18-7-508   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with the Volunteer Ministry Center (VMC) to provide $15,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for the Bush Family Refuge to provide emergency assistance to income eligible individuals and families to prevent homelessness. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
47. R-18-7-509   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with the Volunteer Ministry Center (VMC) to provide $15,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for the operation of the VMC Dental Clinic. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)  
 
48. R-18-7-510   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement with the Knoxville/Knox County Community Action Committee (CAC) to provide $536,262.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for administrative program costs and housing rehabilitation construction services for single-family, owner-occupied, low-income homeowners. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG funds)
(Community Development)
 
49. R-18-7-511   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Neighborhood Housing, Inc. to provide $45,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for the Operation Backyard Program to provide minor home repairs for low-income homeowners in Knox County. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
50. R-18-7-512   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Memorandum of Understanding and Agreement with Knoxville's Community Development Corporation (KCDC) to provide $99,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for plumbing repairs at Autumn Landing apartment complex. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
51. R-18-7-513   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Catholic Charities of East Tennessee, Inc. to provide $10,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for the installation of a security system and one year of monitoring at the Samaritan Place facility. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
52. R-18-7-514   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an agreement with the Knoxville Area Urban League to provide $10,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for homeowner financial capability and foreclosure prevention services. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
53. R-18-7-515   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Sertoma Center, Inc. to provide $3,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for interior sealing and painting at 6831 September Lane, a supportive housing residence for adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
54. R-18-7-516   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Sertoma Center, Inc. to provide $15,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for interior sealing and painting at 1136 Groner Drive, a supportive housing residence for adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
55. R-18-7-517   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Sertoma Center, Inc. to provide $25,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for the installation of a solar panel electric grid system at 3418 Wilderness Drive, a supportive housing residence for adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
56. R-18-7-518   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Sertoma Center, Inc. to provide $5,000.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for interior sealing and painting at 7417 Palmyra Drive, a supportive housing residence for adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
57. R-18-7-519   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement with Sertoma Center, Inc. to provide $1,200.00 in 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds for the installation of front porch safety railings at 2521 Washington Avenue, a supportive housing residence for adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. (Federally funded through HUD CDBG program funds)
(Community Development)
 
58. R-18-7-520   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving Amendment No. One to the Agreement with HomeSource East Tennessee to provide an additional $20,000.00 in 2016 and 2017 HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) funds and program income for a total project budget of $106,664.00 for the acquisition and/or rehabilitation of one (1) single family home in Knox County targeting eligible first-time homebuyers. (Federally funded through HUD HOME program funds).
(Community Development)
 
59. R-18-7-601   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Receivables Management Services Agreement with The Wellfund to assist with preparing and submitting applications to obtain TennCare, SSI or SOAR insurance for Indigent Care Patients.
(Health Department)
 
60. R-18-7-602  
To Be Added
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a grant contract in the amount of $231,560.00 with the Tennessee Department of Health for the provision of immunization services for the period beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019. (No local match required) (TO BE ADDED)
(Health Department)
 
61. R-18-7-603  
To Be Added
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a grant contract in the amount of $156,900.00 with the Tennessee Department of Health for the provision of Grant In Aid Funds for the period beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019. (TO BE ADDED)
(Health Department)
 
62. R-18-7-701   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the acceptance of two (2) park bench donations for Clayton Park and one (1) for Admiral Farragut Park in the amount of $1,500.00 each for a total of $4,500.00.
(Parks and Recreation)
 
63. R-18-7-702   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract in the amount not to exceed $97,763.00 with the Knoxville Football Officials Association for providing officials to the Knox County Parks & Recreation Department's youth football league for the 2018 season.
(Parks and Recreation)
 
64. R-18-7-703  
Deferred
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with ___________________ for the golf cart lease program at Three Ridges Golf Course. (DEFER TO AUGUST AT REQUEST OF SPONSOR)
(Parks and Recreation)
 
65. R-18-7-801   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a Participating Addendum with Sid Tool Co. dba MSC Industrial Supply Company, Inc. to the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) ValuePoint Master Agreement #8499 for Facilities Maintenance and Repair & Operations (MRO) and Industrial Supplies.
(Procurement)
 
66. R-18-7-802   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Agreement of Sale in the amount of $6,000,000.00 with BNA Associates, LLC for the sale and redevelopment of the Andrew Johnson Building.
(Procurement)
 
67. R-18-7-803   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving contracts with Barge Design Solutions, JMC Surveying and Mapping, Robert G. Campbell & Associates, and Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers for surveying services.
(Procurement)
 
68. R-18-7-804   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, designating/committing and appropriating funds in the total amount of $400,000.00 from fiscal year 2018 to fiscal year 2019 for various departmental expenses related to the transition of Elected Official offices.
(Finance)
 
69. R-18-7-805   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with ASI Cobra, LLC for COBRA Administrations Services.
(Benefits)
 
70. R-18-7-806   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with Delta Dental of Tennessee for Employee Dental Benefit Services.
(Benefits)
 
71. R-18-7-807   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with EyeMed Vision Care, LLC for Employee Vision Benefit Services.
(Benefits)
 
72. R-18-7-808   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with Total Administrative Services Corporation (TASC) for Flexible Benefit Account and Health Reimbursement Administration Services.
(Benefits)
 
73. R-18-7-809   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving a contract with BlueCross BlueSheild of Tennessee, Inc. for employee medical plan administrative services.
(Benefits)
 
74. R-18-7-901   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, amending the Knox County Commission Rules to provide for one (1) automatic deferral of rezoning requests and setting the annual reorganization meeting of the Commission to be September 1 or the next business day thereafter.
(Rules Committee)
 
75. R-18-7-902   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, authorizing the Knox County Clerk of the Criminal Court and General Sessions Court - Criminal Division to charge and collect an electronic traffic citation fee of five dollars ($5.00) pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. § 55-10-207(e).
(Criminal Court Clerk) 
 
76. R-18-7-903   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, approving an Economic Impact Plan for Tax Increment Financing pertaining to the Karns Valley Business Park to be located off the newly constructed Karns Valley Drive.
(The Industrial Development Board of the County of Knox)
 
77. R-18-7-904  
To Be Added
Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, requesting the Knox County Engineering and Public Works Department to install a sign in front of Powell High School on Old Emory Road to recognize the "Home of the 2018 State Girls Softball Champions". (TO BE ADDED)
(Commissioner Busler)
 
78. O-18-7-101  
1st Reading
Consideration of an Ordinance of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee, amending Knox County Code, Chapter 2, Article IX entitled "Procurement Code" to provide for various changes to the Procurement Code of Knox County (Ord. No. O-08-5-101, adopted June 23, 2008, Ord. No. O-10-11-101, adopted December 17, 2010, Ord. No. O-11-5-103, adopted June 27, 2011, Ord. No. O-13-10-101, adopted November 18, 2013 and Ord. No. O-16-3-101, adopted April 25, 2016). (FIRST READING)
(Procurement)
 
79.    Consideration of the Acceptance of New County Roads:
A.)  Glen Shady Boulevard located in Shady Glen Unit 2, District 5
B.)  Shadyside Lane located in Shady Glen Unit 2, District 5
C.)  Wooded Mountain Lane located in Shady Glen Unit 2, District 5.
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
80.   
2ND
READING
Consideration of the closure of a portion of Twin Oak Lane as per the concept plan approved by MPC in May 2017. (DEFERRED FROM JUNE) (SECOND READING)
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
81.    Line Item Transfers.
(Finance)
 
82.    Presentation of efficiency dividend to Knox County by the Criminal Court Clerk, Mike Hammond.
(Criminal Court Clerk)
 
83.    Discussion item to set the time for the upcoming Reorganization.
(Commissioner Smith)
 
84.    Discussion item to address concerns of code issues with subcontractors that work for larger corporations.
(Commissioner Busler)
 
85.    Discussion item on how to secure our facilities open to the public that could be considered soft targets to a terrorist attack.
(Commissioner Busler)
 
86. Public Forum.
 
87. 6-A-18-SNC   Request of Chad Roberts to change street name Red Bluff Way to Meredith Lynn Way between Park Shadow Way and terminus. Commission District 8. MPC Recommendation: Approve the name "Meredith Lynn Way."
 
88. 6-B-18-SNC   Request of Chad Roberts to change street name Park Valley Way to Parker Harrison Way between Red Bluff Way and southern terminus. Commission District 8. MPC Recommendation: Approve the name "Parker Harrison Way"
 
89. 5-G-18-RZ   Request of Willbanks, LLC, for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RA (Low Density Residential). Property located southwest side of Keck Road, west side of Lacy Road. Commission District 7. MPC Recommendation: Approve RA (Low Density Residential) by a vote of 12-0-1 (Consent).
 
 
90. 6-A-18-RZ   Request of Smoky Mountain Land Surveying, Inc., for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RA (Low Density Residential). Property located northwest side of Murray Drive, northeast of Friendship Lane. Commission District 7. MPC Recommendation: Approve RA (Low Density Residential) by a vote of 12-0-1 (Consent). 
 
91. 6-B-18-RZ   Request of Worley Builders, Inc. for rezoning from A (Agricultural) and I (Industrial) to PR (Planned Residential) at a density up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located northwest side of Ball Road, southwest of Smithland Lane. Commission District 6. MPC Recommendation: Approve PR (Planned Residential) zoning at a density up to 3 dwelling units per acre by a vote of 13-0
 
92. 6-D-18-RZ   Request of Elite Construction for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RA (Low Density Residential). Property located northwest side of George Williams Road, northeast of Hidden Glen Lane. Commission District 3. MPC Recommendation: Approve RA (Low Density Residential) zoning, subject to one condition, by a vote of 12-0-1 (Consent). 
 
93. 6-E-18-RZ   Request of Hugh B. Nystrom, County Commissioner, for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to A (Agricultural) / HZ (Historic Overlay). Property located south side of Glenmary Road, east of Duncan Road, north of Cove Creek Lane. Commission District 4. MPC Recommendation: Approve A (Agricultural) / HZ (Historic Overlay) and design guidelines for the portion of the property that includes the log structure in its entirety, as indicated on the attached zoning map, by a vote of 12-0-1 (Consent).
 
94. 6-G-18-RZ   Request of Smithbilt, LLC for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) at a density up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located east side of Willow Fork Lane, north side of E Emory Road. Commission District 7. MPC Recommendation: Approve PR (Planned Residential) zoning at a density up to 5 dwelling units per acre by a vote of 13-0.
 
95. 6-H-18-RZ   Request of Smithbilt, LLC for rezoning from A (Agricultural) and RA (Low Density Residential) to PR (Planned Residential) at a density up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located southwest side of Stormer Road, northwest of Maple Place Boulevard. Commission District 7. MPC Recommendation: Approve PR (Planned Residential) zoning at a density up to 5 dwelling units per acre by a vote of 13-0.
 
96. 6-J-18-RZ   Request of B & B Builders, Inc. for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) at a density up to 4.5 dwelling units per acre. Property located northeast side of Dry Gap Pike, southeast of Autumn Path Lane. Commission District 7. MPC Recommendation: Approve PR (Planned Residential) zoning at a density up to 4.5 dwelling units per acre by a vote of 13-0.
 
97. 6-L-18-RZ   Request of Randall R Smith for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RA (Low Density Residential). Property located northeast side of Cate Road, northwest of W Emory Road. Commission District 6. MPC Recommendation: Approve RA (Low Density Residential) zoning, subject to one condition, by a vote of 12-0-1 (Consent). 
 
98. 5-A-18-UR  
Deferred
Request of Blue Water Industries, LLC, for approval of Plan of Operations for expansion of existing mining and mineral extraction operation. Property located south side of Thorn Grove Pike, west side of Fawver Lane. Commission District 8.  MPC Recommendation: Approve the request of 'Phase 1' only for expansion of the existing surface mining and mineral extraction operation as shown on the development plan and described in the Mining Plan of Operations (Amendment 1), subject to 16 conditions, by a vote of 13-0. (DEFER TO AUGUST AT REQUEST OF SPONSOR)
 
99. 5-D-18-RZ   Appeal by Ashley Healy, option holder, of MPC decision to deny rezoning to PR (Planned Residential). Property located northwest side East Turpin Lane, northeast of Couch Mill Road. Commission District 6. MPC Recommendation: Deny the rezoning to PR (Planned Residential), consistent with the denial recommendation for the associated sector plan amendment, by a vote of 8-5.
 

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