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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
 
BRENTWOOD, TENNESSEE
 
The Brentwood Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, July 13, 2020 at 7:00 pm at Brentwood City Hall.
 
Present:
Mayor Rhea Little (electronically); Vice Mayor Ken Travis (electronically); Commissioner Nelson Andrews (electronically); Commissioner Anne Dunn (electronically); Commissioner Mark Gorman (electronically); Commissioner Susannah Macmillan (electronically); Commissioner Regina Smithson (electronically)
Staff Present:
City Manager Kirk Bednar (electronically); Assistant City Manager Jay Evans (electronically); City Attorney Kristen Corn (electronically); City Recorder Holly Earls (electronically)
             
Mayor Little stated the following:

"As you may know, Governor Bill Lee issued Executive Order 16 on March 16 and extended its provisions by Executive Order 34 on May 6 and Executive Order 51 on June 29. These Orders were issued to ensure that government continues to function openly and transparently during the COVID-19 emergency while taking appropriate measures to protect the health and safety of citizens and government officials. In his Orders, Governor Lee emphasized that in the interest of limiting the community spread of COVID-19, private and governmental entities of all types should eliminate large public gatherings and conduct business remotely by electronic means to the greatest extent possible. The Orders provide that governments may meet to conduct essential business by electronic means when the governing body determines that doing so is necessary to protect citizens. Sadly, COVID-19 continues to spread across the state and Williamson County. Therefore, the City has determined that in the interest of protecting the health, safety, and welfare of Tennesseans and the citizens of Brentwood, it is necessary for the Board of Commissioners to meet partially electronically rather than in-person. We have posted the link for public viewing on the City’s website and social media pages, and we have disseminated the same to the media.

Is there any objection by the Commission? Seeing none, we will proceed with our meeting in accordance with the State of Tennessee Governor’s Executive Orders Number 16, 34, and 51."
             
Commissioner Gorman led the Invocation. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mayor Little.
             

Approval or Correction of Minutes
             
June 22, 2020
  Moved by Vice Mayor Ken Travis (electronically) for approval of the minutes as written, seconded by Commissioner Susannah Macmillan (electronically)
  Vote: 7 - 0 Approved
             

Consent Agenda
             
Resolution 2020-60 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH BARGE DESIGN SOLUTIONS FOR TDEC AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT CONSULTING, for adoption
             
Resolution 2020-61 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE AGREEMENT WITH KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC. FOR GRANNY WHITE PIKE BIKE LANE TRAFFIC ANALYSIS, for adoption
             
Resolution 2020-62 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC. (“ESRI”) FOR GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM SOFTWARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES, for adoption
             
Resolution 2020-63 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH STANSELL ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. FOR EXPANSION OF CITY FIBER OPTIC SYSTEM, for adoption
             
Resolution 2020-64 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH LIBRARY IDEAS, LLC FOR FREEGAL MUSIC SUBSCRIPTION AT THE JOHN P. HOLT BRENTWOOD LIBRARY, for adoption
             
Resolution 2020-65 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH RECORDED BOOKS, INC. FOR MAGAZINE AND UNIVERSAL CLASS ACCESS AT THE JOHN P. HOLT BRENTWOOD LIBRARY, for adoption
             
Resolution 2020-66 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH WINDROW PHILLIPS GROUP FOR GOVERNMENT RELATIONS SERVICES, for adoption
             
Approval to purchase four traffic cabinets and associated equipment
             
Approval to purchase three intersection traffic detection camera systems
  Moved by Commissioner Nelson Andrews (electronically) for approval of the items on the Consent Agenda, seconded by Vice Mayor Ken Travis (electronically)
  Vote: 7 - 0 Approved
             

New Business
             
Ordinance 2020-08 - AN ORDINANCE REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE SOUTHEAST QUADRANT OF THE INTERSECTION OF WILSON PIKE AND OLD SMYRNA ROAD FROM SI-3 TO R-2, for consideration on first reading
  Moved by Vice Mayor Ken Travis (electronically) for passage of Ordinance 2020-08, seconded by Mayor Rhea Little (electronically)
  Vote: 7 - 0 Approved
             
With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:55 pm.


APPROVED:  JULY 27, 2020

Holly Earls, City Recorder

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