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File #: BL2021-704    Name:
Type: Bill (Ordinance) Status: Passed
File created: 3/26/2021 In control: Metropolitan Council
On agenda: 5/4/2021 Final action: 5/4/2021
Title: An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing combination sewer main and easements, to relocate two existing fire hydrant assemblies, and to accept new combination sewer main, combination sewer manholes, fire hydrant assemblies and easements, for property located at 622 Merritt Avenue, also known as The Finery Residential (MWS Project Nos. 20-SL-308 and 20-WL-42 and Proposal No. 2021M-024ES-001).
Sponsors: Colby Sledge, Kathleen Murphy, Bob Nash
Attachments: 1. BL2021-704 Exhibit

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An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to abandon existing combination sewer main and easements, to relocate two existing fire hydrant assemblies, and to accept new combination sewer main, combination sewer manholes, fire hydrant assemblies and easements, for property located at 622 Merritt Avenue, also known as The Finery Residential (MWS Project Nos. 20-SL-308 and 20-WL-42 and Proposal No. 2021M-024ES-001).

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WHEREAS, the abandonment of approximately 200 linear feet of existing 45 inch combination sewer (Brick) and easements, the relocation of two existing fire hydrant assemblies, and the acceptance of approximately 205 linear feet of new 48 inch combination sewer (RCP), four combination sewer manholes, two fire hydrant assemblies and easements, for property located at 622 Merritt Avenue, also known as The Finery Residential, are needed to construct project numbers 20-SL-308 and 20-WL-42; and,

WHEREAS, the Metropolitan Planning Commission approved mandatory referral No. 2021M-024ES-001 on March 18, 2021, for the abandonment, relocation and acceptance of said combination sewer mains, combination sewer manholes, fire hydrant assemblies and easements.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY:

Section 1.                     The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County is authorized to abandon approximately 200 linear feet of existing 45 inch combination sewer (Brick) and easements, to relocate two existing fire hydrant assemblies, and to accept approximately 205 linear feet of new 48 inch combination sewer (RCP), four combination sewer manholes, two fire hydrant assemblies and easements, for property located at 622 Merritt Avenue, also known as The Finery Residential, as shown on Exhibit 1, which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference.

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105071C00100CO                                                                                    622 Merritt Avenue

Section 2.                     The Directors of Water and Sewerage Services and Public Property Administration are authorized to execute such documents as may be necessary and appropriate to carry out the abandonment, relocation and acceptance authorized by this ordinance.

Section 3.                     Amendments to this legislation shall be approved by resolution.

Section 4.                     This ordinance shall take effect from and after its final passage, the welfare of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County requiring it.

Agenda Analysis

Analysis

 

This ordinance abandons approximately 200 linear feet of existing 45 inch combination sewer and easements, authorizes the relocation of two existing fire hydrant assemblies, and accepts approximately 205 linear feet of new 48 inch combination sewer, four combination sewer manholes, two fire hydrant assemblies, and easements for property located at 622 Merritt Avenue, also known as The Finery Residential. Future amendments to this ordinance may be approved by resolution.

 

This ordinance has been approved by the Planning Commission.

 

Fiscal Note: There is no cost to Metro. Abandoned and donated easements have no market value according to the Department of Water Services.