The Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen met on Thursday evening where they approved a new all-way-stop, moved to amend budgets for road repairs and heard a continued increase in calls to both the Nolensville Police Department and Nolensville Fire Department.
The board unanimously approved the Consent Agenda which included two items: a resolution appointing town personnel, Scott Collins and Julie Wilson as co-treasurers, and a resolution to declare certain property, a 2007 Dodge Charger and 2010 Ford Crown Victoria that were used by NPD, as surplus. The resolution also gives the mayor the authority to dispose of said surplus items.
Items 11 and 12 in the online agenda were both public hearings. One was an ordinance to amend the zoning map of Nolensville to rezone 7163 Nolensville Road from Estate Residential to Commercial Services with Commercial Corridor Overly, and the other was an ordinance to amend the zoning map of Nolensville to rezone property near the northern terminus of King Street from Estate Residential to Village with Historic District Overlay.
In regular business the board unanimously approved the second reading of an ordinance to create and "All-Way Stop Control" at the intersection of Falling Water Road and Christmas Drive.
The board also unanimously approved the first reading of an ordinance to amend budget ordinance #19-07 for the fiscal year July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. According to the online agenda, the amendment requests $10,000 in additional funding from the General Fund for a Geographic Information System (GIS) for Codes, Planning and Engineering which would increase the budget from $687,795 to $697,795, as well as an additional $485,000 in funding from the State Street Aid Fund which would increase the budget from $390,000 to $875,000.
“This tonight is not an approval of the expenditure, it’s merely an approval to increase the budget line item to cover the estimates. Once the estimates and bids come back then they will have to be approved from this line item. This, again, is not an approval of the expenditure approval, this is just the budget to cover those expenditures should they come about,” Steve Brown of Collier Engineering told the board.
A resolution to release CK Development, LLC, from maintenance bonding for roads and public improvements within Bent Creek Phase 4 Section 1D was also unanimously approved. Additionally, a resolution to release CK Development, LLC, from maintenance bonding for roads and public improvements within Bent Creek Phase 15 Section 1 which was unanimously approved.
NPD Chief Roddy Parker detailed his department’s activity throughout January citing 408 traffic stops, 14 crashes, 5 assaults with 3 arrests and the arrest of an attempted car burglar for a total of 1571 incidents.
Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department Chief Adam Spencer detailed 111 calls for service in January with 125 year to date. Spencer said that the department expects to respond to well over 1,000 calls in 2020, noting that they are responding to an average of three and a half calls per day.