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What's on the Agenda: March 4 Smyrna City Council

Smyrna's new City Clerk Terri Ann Graham is scheduled to be sworn in at tonight's City Council meeting.

1. Invocation and Pledge: Dr. Steve Kimmel, Smyrna First Baptist Church

2. Agenda Changes

3. Mayoral Report: Proclamation in Recognition of Red Cross Month

4. Land Issues/Zonings/Annexations:Please limit speaking time for citizens' input related to the following land issues/zonings/annexations to five minutes.

5. Privilege Licenses

6. Formal business:

(A) Approval of the Appointment of the City Clerk

(B) Swearing in of the City Clerk

(C) Approval to rename Tolleson Park Softball Field B in honor of Judge Ken Nix.

(D) Bid Award RFP 13-017 to Green Rock Partners for Parks and Recreation Master Plan for 2013 in the amount of $29,000 and authorize the Mayor to sign and execute all documents

(E) Public Hearing - Approval of Ordinance 2013 04 amending the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance to allow growler stores to sell tastings for marketing purposes in the City of Smyrna

7. Commercial Building Permits

8. Consent Agenda:

(A) Approval of February 18, 2013 Mayor and Council Meeting Minutes

(B) Bid Award RFQ 13-018 Campbell Road Drainage Improvements Award to the lowest bidder Corley Contractors for the amount of $45,175.35 and authorize the Mayor to execute any related documents

(C) Approval to grant a drainage easement on city owned property at 1105 Concord Rd., and authorize the Mayor to sign and execute all related documents

(D) Approval of Street Closings for 2013 City Events and Concerts

(E) Approval to use Council Chambers on March 7 from 7-9 p.m. for a Williams Park Neighborhood Meeting with Brett Ward, Principal of the new Smyrna Elementary School

(F) Approval to use Council Chambers for Oak Ridge Estates HOA Meeting March 12, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

(G) Approval to use Council Chambers for Vinings Forest HOA Meeting, March 14, 6-10 p.m.

9. Committee Reports

10. Show Cause Hearings

11. Citizen Input

 12. Adjournment

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