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File #: RS2020-555    Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/28/2020 In control: Metropolitan Council
On agenda: 10/6/2020 Final action: 10/6/2020
Title: A resolution approving an option agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Jay Patel, authorizing the purchase of certain property owned by Jay Patel located at 0 Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville (Parcel No. 12800007100) (Proposal No. 2020M-013PR-001).
Sponsors: Gloria Hausser, Kyonzte Toombs, Kathleen Murphy, Bob Nash
Attachments: 1. RS2020-555_D-20-09486 with exhibit, 2. 09486-Resolution-Agreement-Option to Purchase-Buzzard Hollow
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A resolution approving an option agreement between the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and Jay Patel, authorizing the purchase of certain property owned by Jay Patel located at 0 Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville (Parcel No. 12800007100) (Proposal No. 2020M-013PR-001).

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WHEREAS, the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County ("Metropolitan Government") and Jay Patel desire to enter into an Option Agreement, attached hereto and incorporated herein, pertaining to certain property ("Property") owned by Jay Patel, located at 0 Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville (Parcel No. 12800007100); and,

WHEREAS, the Property was previously used by the Metropolitan Government as a landfill; and,

WHEREAS, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation ("TDEC") is requiring the cleanup of the Property to remediate solid waste existing on the Property; and,

WHEREAS, the Property was sold as a delinquent tax property to Jay Patel in 2010 for $5,000; and,

WHEREAS, the Metropolitan Department of Public Works desires to repurchase the Property to remediate the solid waste on the Property as required by TDEC; and,

WHEREAS, the Metropolitan Government proposes to purchase the Property from Jay Patel for $12,000; and,

WHEREAS, Section 2.24.250(F) of the Metropolitan Code of Laws provides:

Where land in fee simple is being purchased for purposes other than for rights-of-way for highways, streets, roads, alleys and other places for vehicular traffic, the director of public property administration shall negotiate for the purchase of such property and seek to obtain from the owner an option to sell to the Metropolitan government at a fixed price, subject to the approval of the Metropolitan Council by resolution, and no purchase shall be consummated until it has been so approved by the Metropolitan Council; and,

WHEREAS, pursuant to section 2.24.250(F) of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Director of Public Property Administration has n...

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