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File #: BL2023-89    Name:
Type: Bill (Ordinance) Status: Passed
File created: 10/25/2023 In control: Metropolitan Council
On agenda: 12/5/2023 Final action: 12/5/2023
Title: An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes and to acquire permanent and temporary easements through negotiation, condemnation, and acceptance, for 17 properties located along Sugar Mill Drive, Rocky Fork Road, Nolensville Road, Bradfield Drive, and Williams Road in Williamson County, also known as Darsey Subdivision (Nolensville) (MWS Project No. 22-SL-285 and Proposal No. 2023M-151ES-001).
Sponsors: Jennifer Gamble, Sean Parker
Attachments: 1. Exhibits

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An ordinance authorizing The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County to accept new public sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manholes and to acquire permanent and temporary easements through negotiation, condemnation, and acceptance, for 17 properties located along Sugar Mill Drive, Rocky Fork Road, Nolensville Road, Bradfield Drive, and Williams Road in Williamson County, also known as Darsey Subdivision (Nolensville) (MWS Project No. 22-SL-285 and Proposal No. 2023M-151ES-001).

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WHEREAS, the acceptance of approximately 3,580 linear feet of new 10-inch sanitary sewer main (PVC) and 18 sanitary sewer manholes, for 17 properties located along Sugar Mill Drive, Rocky Fork Road, Nolensville Road, Bradfield Drive, and Williams Road in Williamson County, also known as the Darsey Subdivision (Nolensville), is needed to construct project number 22-SL-285; and,

WHEREAS, the negotiation, condemnation, and acceptance of permanent and temporary easements for 17 properties located along Sugar Mill Drive, Rocky Fork Road, Nolensville Road, Bradfield Drive, and Williams Road in Williamson County, also known as Darsey Subdivision (Nolensville), are needed to construct project number 22-SL-285; and,

WHEREAS, the Metropolitan Planning Commission approved mandatory referral No. 2023M-151ES-001 on September 22, 2023, for the acceptance of said sanitary sewer main, sanitary sewer manholes, and for the negotiation, condemnation, and acceptance of permanent and temporary 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 accept approximately 3,580 linear feet of new 10-inch sanitary sewer main (PVC) and 18 sanitary sewer manholes, and to negotiate, condemn, and accept permanent and temporary easements for 17 properties located along Sugar Mill Drive, Rocky Fork Road, Nolensville Road, Bradfield Drive, and Williams Road in Williamson County, also known as Darsey Subdivision (Nolensville), as shown on Exhibits 1 and 2, which are attached hereto and incorporated by reference.

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 acceptance, negotiation and condemnation 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 accepts approximately 3,580 linear feet of new 10-inch sanitary sewer main (PVC) and 18 sanitary sewer manholes, and authorizes the negotiation, condemnation, and acceptance of permanent and temporary easements for 17 properties located along Sugar Mill Drive, Rocky Fork Road, Nolensville Road, Bradfield Drive, and Williams Road in Williamson County, also known as Darsey Subdivision (Nolensville).

 

This ordinance has been approved by the Planning Commission. Future amendments to this ordinance may be approved by resolution.

 

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