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FBMA to hear vote on CVS, Pilot requests


The Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen will hold its regularly scheduled meeting Thursday, July 22, at the Town Hall.

During the public forum, which begins at 6:55 p.m., the Board will hear comment concerning Pilot Corporation’s recent request to reduce the town’s requirement concerning distance between building and fuel pumping islands as amended in Ordinance 04-24, text amendment to Ordinance 86-16, as amended, by amending Chapter 4, Section IX. Gasoline Service Stations, B., 5., to reduce the minimum width of the driveway separating pump islands and building from 40 to 30 feet.


The town staff has recommended passage of this change.

Following the close of the public forum, Mayor Eddy Ford will bring the Board up to date on the town’s Certificate of Completion from the Public Works Institute.

The Board will hear on first reading:

• Ordinance 04-19, an ordinance to annex certain territory lying contiguous to the boundary of the town of Farragut; Parcel 010, Tax Map 153BA; Parcels 001, 002, and 003, Tax Map 153BB; Parcels 037.05; 037.06, and 039; Tax Map 153; and a portion of Parcel 037.03, Tax Map 153, that is located on the east side of Concord Road.

• Ordinance 04-24, as requested by Pilot Corporation, text amendment to Ordinance 86-16, as amended, by amending Chapter 4, Section IX. Gasoline Service Stations, B., 5., to reduce the minimum width of the driveway separating pump islands and building from 40 to 30 feet.

• Ordinance 04-25, as requested by SES, Inc. CVS/Pharmacy Corporation, to amend Title 9, Business, Peddlers, Solicitors, Etc., Chapter 4 Sign Ordinance, of the Farragut Municipal Code, section 9-406. Sign Regulations by land use and/or zoning districts. Wall signs, to permit wall signage on more than one side of a building .

Under unfinished business, the Board will consider approval of Change Order No. 1 for contract 2004-08, Kingston Pike Sidewalk Improvement.

Under new business, the Board will:

• Consider a request by Clyde Knisley for Special Events Permit for concert in Parking lot of Outlets Mall.

• Consider a request by Betsy Johnson representing Baptist Hospital System Foundation for Special Events Permit for “2004 Baptist Turkey Trot”, on Parkside Drive.

• Discuss 2004 Beautification Awards.

The Board meeting will close with Dan Olson’s Administrator’s Report, followed by Darryl Smith’s Engineer’s Report, which will update the Board on the Fox Run Erosion Issue, Allison Myers’ Recorder’s Report and Tom Hale’s Attorney’s Report.

 

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