Resolutions

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Resolutions

2018


Resolution 18-55, accepting a monetary donation from the Spring Hill Lions Club to help fund new scoreboards at Evans Park
Resolution 18-52, to rename a portion of the current Toone Prados St from the East property boundary of Evans Park to Main St-Sharron Cantrell Rd
Resolution 18-51, to authorize the Mayor to sign agreement for Professional Design Services with Volkert, Inc. to perform financial analysis on Traffic Impact Fees
Resolution 18-50, to authorize sole source purchase of Badger Water Meters from National Water Meter and Automation
Resolution 18-47, to authorize the repair and maintenance of the current Plymovent System
Resolution 18-46, to approve the purchase of coagulant for the Water Treatment Plant
Resolution 18-45, to approve revisions to the Duck River Agency Trust Agreement with the City of Spring Hill
Resolution 18-42, to amend the Purchasing Policy for the City of Spring Hill
Resolution 18-40, to authorize the Mayor to sign the Lease Agreement for the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce
Resolution 18-39, to authorize the Mayor to sign the Lease Agreement for South Central Tn Workforce Alliance SCTWA
Resolution 18-38, to authorize the Mayor to sign the Lease Agreement Amendment 4 for Project Dakota
Resolution 18-37, to authorize the Mayor to sign the Lease Agreement for Project Jamie
Resolution 18-35, authorizing the Mayor and CA to issue nonbinding letter of intent to Williamson Co. regarding consolidation of E911 services
Resolution 18-34, amending the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP) to include low impact speed bumps
Resolution 18-33, requesting State Legislators of both counties oppose legislation to remove local authority..regulate short term rental property
Resolution 18-32, requesting State Legislators of both counties oppose legislation to remove local authority..regulate design and development standards
Resolution 18-31, to authorize satisfaction of disputed debt
Resolution 18-30, authorize purchase of Chevy Equinox for the Parks and Recreation Department
Resolution 18-29, to approve table of standard leasehold rental rates for the Northfield facility
Resolution 18-28, authorizing reimbursement of oversizing costs for sewer collection pipe associated with the Crooked Creek Subdivision
Resolution 18-27, establishing means to calculate oversizing costs
Resolution 18-26, authorizing submittal of application for Harvey Park Greenway Project..matching funds..send letter to Nashville MPO
Resolution 18-25, authorize purchase of Police In-car camera system with body camera
Resolution 18-24, authorize purchase of Third Party Email Scanning Software and Support-Mimecast-LGDPC
Resolution 18-23, to authorize funding for a right of way purchase to install a turn lane on Main Street
Resolution 18-22, reimbursement resolution on purchase of land for Public Safety Facilities
Resolution 18-21, to authorize the purchase of land
Resolution 18-19, to enter into agreement with Tyler Tech for services rendered in restoring hardware and software modules after cyberattack
Resolution 18-18, authorize incentive amount for employees who opt out of health insurance coverage through the City
Resolution 18-17, to authorize surcharge for Health Insurance for spouses who have health insurance through their employers
Resolution 18-15A, accepting recommendations of the Rippavilla Task Force for the Operation of Rippavilla..intent to fund..Plantation
Resolution 18-14, to authorize the kitchen remodel of Fire Station 3
Resolution 18-13, to approve the adoption of TDOT Contract Amendment #3 of the Duplex Road Widening Project
Resolution 18-12, to approve the adoption of TDOT Contract Amendment #1 for the Industrial Access Road Servicing Project Shotgun
Resolution 18-11, authorizing a PSA with Dempsey Dilling and Associates PC for CEI Services TDOT Saturn Parkway Ext Project
Resolution 18-10, authorizing PSA with Dempsey Dilling and Associates for services related to the city's WTP
Resolution 18-09, authorizing PSA with O'Brien and Gere OBG for services related to the city's WWTP
Resolution 18-08, to amend Resolution 15-112, the Spring Hill Bicycle and Greenway Plan
Resolution 18-07, annexation and Plan of Services, Maury Co Tax Map 027, Parcel 21.04, James and Glenda Wheatley, 5.03 acres
Resolution 18-06, authorizing contract with S&W Contracting for signal improvements at Port Royal Rd and Buckner Lane
Resolution 18-05, authorizing contract with WASCON Sales and Service to furnish and install a new vertical pump assembly for raw water pump no. 3
Resolution 18-04, authorizing contract with Anderson Electrical to furnish and install a variable frequency motor drive.. raw water pump and motor
Resolution 18-03, authorizing contract with RJ Watkins Construction for a Northbound right turn lane, Commonwealth and Main, Signal Ped Heads at Buckner and Main
Resolution 18-01, authorizing the waiver of all building permit and related fees for a proposed new Maury County Elementary on Mahlon Moore Road

2017


Resolution 17-90, Establishing an Open Records Policy
Resolution 17-89, to Authorize the Mayor to sign a Proposal for Services with Dempsey, Dilling & Associates for 2018 Special Population Census
Resolution 17-88, Interlocal Agreement between Maury Co Emergency Comm. District and Spring Hill Communications
Resolution 17-87, to amend the 2040 Major Thoroughfare Plan
Resolution 17-86, to approve contract for annual contract flatwork
Resolution 17-85 A, to appoint members to the Library Board of Trustees of the City of Spring Hill
Resolution 17-83, to approve a special events permit for the Grey Ghost 5K
Resolution 17-82, to authorize the Mayor to sign a proposal with TDOT for SR 396 Port Royal Intersections
Resolution 17-81, to approve the land purchase and sale agreement for Emergency Services Training Facility
Resolution 17-80, to amend Resolution 16-107, authorizing the disposal of vehicles in the police department
Resolution 17-78, approving compensation adjustment for the City Administrator
Resolution 17-75, to authorize the purchase of a pickup truck for the Public Works Department
Resolution 17-74, to grant a public easement to ATMOS Energy for property located on Derryberry Lane
Resolution 17-73, authorizing participation in the TML Risk Management Pool Safety Partners Grant
Resolution 17-71, to adopt a departmental Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Policy (UAV)
Resolution 17-70, to authorize repaving under the 2017 Annual Asphalt Paving Contract
Resolution 17-69, to authorize the purchase of a knuckleboom truck for the Public Works Department
Resolution 17-68, to approve a Special Events Permit for Spring Hill Art Walk
Resolution 17-67, to accept the Audit Report for fiscal year 2015-2016 from Crosslin CPAs
Resolution 17-66, to authorize an interlocal agreement with Williamson County for the City's portion of half of the one half percent sales tax increase
Resolution 17-64, to authorize the emergency purchase of raw water intake generator transfer switch WTP
Resolution 17-63, to approve selection of firm for the Northside Water Tank Site and Access Improvements
Resolution 17-62, to approve a seven year capital improvement plan 2018-2024
Resolution 17-61, to confirm the selection of Architects Design Group ADG and HFR to design and supervise construction of new Police Headquarters
Resolution 17-60, to approve the issuance of a certificate of compliance for Station Wine and Spirits
Resolution 17-59, to confirm the selection of HBM to design and supervise construction of new Public Library
Resolution 17-58, to authorize the sale of one surplus pickup truck in the public works department
Resolution 17-57, to authorize funding to purchase permanent sewer easement for Newport Crossing Sewer Improvements
Resolution 17-56, to release the Performance Bond for Walmart Turn Lane Installation $65,000.00
Resolution 17-55, to authorize the Mayor to execute an Acquisition Agreement between the COSH and Buckner Lane Partners LP
Resolution 17-53, to amend Resolution 11-122, regarding the membership of the Spring Hill Transportation Advisory Committee
Resolution 17-52 B, to authorize the Mayor to execute a declaration of restriction etc. for Revere at Spring Hill LLC
Resolution 17-52 A, to authorize the Mayor to accept the donation of a 10.75 acre tract to the City of Spring Hill from Revere at Spring Hill LLC
Resolution 17-51, Rippavilla Agreements Final
Resolution 17-50, to establish a Special Assessment District encompassing Williamson County Tax Map 154, Parcel 6203 and Williamson County Tax Map 166, Parcel 02300
Resolution 17-49, to authorize the purchase of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus for Structural Fire Fighting
Resolution 17-48, to annex a 14.719 acre portion of a 15.15 acre tract of Maury County Tax Map 043, Parcel 011.04 known as the Derryberry Annexation
Resolution 17-46, to authorize contract for materials and installation of temporary traffic signals
Resolution 17-44, to authorize the acceptance of Offer of Dedication of Road Rights of Ways and Public Improvements for Brixworth, Phase 1, Section 2
Resolution 17-43, to authorize the acceptance of Offer of Dedication of Road Rights of Ways and Public Improvements for Belshire, Phase 3
Resolution 17-42, to temporarily extend the contract with Retail Strategies for Marketing Research and Retail Recruitment
Resolution 17-40, to authorize the purchase of a stip of land on Main Street (in front of Walgreens) to widen the road
Resolution 17-38, Clean Energy Grant approval and Contractor approval
Resolution 17-37, to authorize contract for 2017 Annual Road Striping
Resolution 17-36, to authorize contract for 2017 Asphalt Paving
Resolution 17-35, authorizing acceptance of Offer of Dedication of Road ROW and Public Improvements, Hardin's Landing, P.2
Resolution 17-34, authorizing acceptance of Offer of Dedication of Road ROW and Public Improvements, Hardin's Landing, P.1
Resolution 17-33, to approve a Special Events Permit for Spring Hill Turkey Burn Half Marathon
Resolution 17-32, to amend escrow agreement between the City of Spring Hill and Petra Commons
Resolution 17-31, to amend Resolution 17-20, authorizing amended amounts for contracts for Utility Line Relocations for the Duplex Road Widening Project
Resolution 17-29, to approve the Dakota Point Memorandum of Understanding
Resolution 17-28, to approve selection of firm for Construction Engineering and Inspection Services for the Widening of Duplex Road