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Suite 603, City County Building
400 West Main Street
Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
Phone (865) 215-2534
Fax (865) 215-2038
EVELYN GILL, 1ST DISTRICT
MICHELE CARRINGER, 2ND DISTRICT
RANDY SMITH, 3RD DISTRICT, VICE-CHAIR
HUGH NYSTROM, 4TH DISTRICT
JOHN SCHOONMAKER, 5TH DISTRICT
BRAD ANDERS, 6TH DISTRICT
CHARLES BUSLER, 7TH DISTRICT
DAVE WRIGHT, 8TH DISTRICT, CHAIRMAN
CARSON DAILEY, 9TH DISTRICT
BOB THOMAS, AT-LARGE SEAT 10

ED BRANTLEY, AT-LARGE SEAT 11


NOTICE

TO:  MEMBERS OF THE KNOX COUNTY COMMISSION
  ALL DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
  NEWS MEDIA
   
FROM:  Commissioner Dave Wright, Chairman








THE CHAIRMAN OF THE KNOX COUNTY COMMISSION SHALL CONFIRM RECEIPT OF ITEMS AND SET THE FINAL MAY AGENDA OF THE KNOX COUNTY COMMISSION AT 1:30 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2017 VIA EMAIL AND TELEPHONE CONFERENCE WITH THE COMMISSION OFFICE. 

PLEASE SUBMIT ANY REQUESTED AGENDA CHANGES, ADDITIONS, QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS TO THE COMMISSION OFFICE.    


AGENDA
 
             
1.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee honoring Farragut High School Football Team for winning the Class 5A State Championship.
(Commissioner Schoonmaker)
 
2.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee honoring Farragut High School Football Coach Eddie Courtney as the TN Class 5A - Football Coach of the Year. (DEFERRED FROM APRIL)
(Commissioner Schoonmaker)
 
3.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee accepting the resignation of Carissa Dunaway from the Knox County Health Insurance Appeal Board and appointing Tanner E. Harris (citizen member with financial management experience) to complete the unfulfilled term of Carissa Dunaway on the Health Insurance Appeal Board.
(DEFERRED FROM APRIL)
(Human Resources)
 
4.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee reappointing James Hagerman as the Representative of the City of Knoxville and Cindy Pionke as the Representative of Knox County Government and appointing Douglas A. Ross as the Representative of the Knoxville Chamber on the Knox County Air Pollution Control Board.
(Air Quality)
 
5.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving the reappointment of Jack E. Gotcher, Jr., DMD, Phd. as the dentist on the Knox County Board of Health.
(Health Department)
 
6.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an agreement with the Community Action Committee for provision of breakfasts, box lunches and snacks by the Knox County Schools for the Summer Feeding Program beginning on or about May 30, 2017 and continuing for approximately 43 days.
(Schools)
 
7.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving agreements for provision of student teaching experiences with Belmont University, Carson-Newman University, Concordia University, Grand Canyon University, Johnson University, Liberty University, Lipscomb University, Luther College, Maryville College, Mississippi State University, Roane State Community College, South College, University of Phoenix, University of Tennessee, Tennessee State University, Tennessee Technological University, Tusculum College, University of West Alabama, Western Governors University for a term of one (1) year which may be extended for an additional four (4) years, one (1) year at a time for a maximum of five (5) years.
(Schools)
 
8.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving  an Engagement Letter with Gallup, Inc. for provision and maintenance of all hardware, software, programming and research for web-based Principal Insight interviews for the term of June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018 at a cost of $12,500.00.
(Schools)
 
9.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Memorandum of Understanding with the State of Tennessee Department of Education for a Statewide Dual Credit Program at Austin-East Magnet High School.
(Schools)
 
10.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Memorandum of Understanding with Air Force Association for CyberCamp at the L&N STEM Academy June 5-9, 2017 at a cost of $1,050.00 using Battelle Education STEMspark grant funds.
(Schools)
 
11.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an agreement with Knoxville Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Contractors facilitating a post-secondary apprenticeship program at Lincoln Park Technology and Trade Center for the term of July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2020 at no cost to the Knox County Schools.
(Schools)
 
12.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an agreement with Resource Valley Construction Training Council Contractors facilitating a post-secondary apprenticeship program at Lincoln Park Technology and Trade Center for the term of July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2020 at no cost to the Knox County Schools.
(Schools)
 
13.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Remind Standard Schools Agreement and Standard Order Form with Remind101, Inc. for Fulton High School's use of "Remind for Schools" Administrator Console at a cost of $3,900.00 using internal school funds.
(Schools)
 
14.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving continuation of use of Ellevation Platform and Ellevation Collaborate and purchase three (3) in-person training sessions for the Knox County Schools ELL Department at a cost of $50,080.00 using Title III funds.
(Schools)
 
15.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a letter of agreement with Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) for provisions of professional development services June 5-7, 2017 regarding the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) for Knox County Schools' ELL Department at a cost of $13,000.00.
(Schools)
 
16.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Letter of Agreement with Kagan Professional Development for Cooperative Learning Day 1 workshop on May 30, 2017 for teachers at A.L. Lotts Elementary, Cedar Bluff Primary, Farragut Primary, Hardin Valley Elementary, Northshore Elementary and Rocky Hill Elementary Schools at a cost up to $18,731.80 using early literacy inservice/staff development funds.
(Schools)
 
 
17.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Letter of Agreement with Kagan Professional Development for Cooperative Learning Day 1 workshop on May 31, 2017 for teachers at Brickey-McCloud Elementary, Christenberry Elementary, Copper Ridge Elementary, Halls Elementary, Karns Middle, Lonsdale Elementary, Mooreland Heights Elementary, Northwest Middle, Powell Elementary, Powell Middle, Ridgedale, Ritta Elementary, Shannondale Elementary, South Knoxville Elementary, Sterchi Elementary, and South-Doyle Middle Schools at a cost up to $24,571.80 using early literacy inservice/staff development funds and secondary inservice/professional development funds.
(Schools)
 
18.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Letter of Agreement with Kagan Professional Development for Cooperative Learning Day 1 workshop on June 1, 2017 for teachers at Austin-East High, Bearden High, Byington-Solway, Career Magnet Academy, Carter Middle, Carter High, Central High, Fulton High, Gibbs High, Gresham Middle, Halls Middle, Hardin Valley Academy, L&N STEM Academy, Richard Yoakley, Vine Middle, and West High Schools at a cost up to $18,731.80 using inservice/staff development funds.
(Schools)
 
19.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Local Consolidated Grant Application and receipt of funds from the State of Tennessee Department of Education for Federal Title I, Title IIA, and Title III Funding for Fiscal Year 2018 in the amount of $15,865,786.00.
(Schools)
 
20.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Consolidated Grant Application and receipt of funds from the State of Tennessee Department of Education for Special Education Services in the amount of $13,276,211.00 (IDEA-Part B) and for Preschool Special Education Services in the amount of $305,604.00 (IDEA-Preschool) for Fiscal Year 2018.
(Schools)
 
21.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an application and receipt of funds in the amount of $5,000.00 from Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) for a 2017 Extreme Classroom Makeover Contest grant for creation of a full makerspace in the STEM Lab at Shannondale Elementary School.
(Schools)
 
22.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an Amendment to Cooperative Agreement with the Federal Highway Administration approved by Board on October 1, 2014 for the Garrett A. Morgan Technology and Transportation Education Program Grant for the purpose of adding and/or replacing key personnel listed on the agreement at no cost to the Knox County Schools.
(Schools)
 
23.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Memorandum of Understanding with Digital Promise for the 2017-2018 school year for continuation of innovative learning environments projects at Bearden and Carter Middle Schools as supported by grants from Verizon Corporate Resources Group, LLC and Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless.
(Schools)
 
24.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving the request of Sarah Moore Greene Magnet Academy for installation of a disc golf course on the school grounds using donations from Knoxville Disc Golf Association, Home Depot, Knox County Public Works, Vulcan Materials, and the Great Schools Partnership and with an estimated value of $9,885.00 and in-kind donations from staff members with an estimated value of $__________.
(Schools)
 
25.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an application and receipt of funds from a Great Smoky Mountains National Park grant for Lonsdale Elementary School for reimbursement of $500.00 for the cost of buses for a third grade field trip on May 3, 2017.
(Schools)
 
26.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving the receipt of funds from the Tennessee Department of Education for Read to be Ready Summer Grants for Green Magnet Academy, Lonsdale Elementary School and Sarah Moore Greene Magnet Academy as iZone schools for rising first graders in the amount of $41,326.00 and for Lonsdale Elementary School for rising second and third graders in the amount of $43,030.00 and for Sarah Moore Greene Magnet Academy for rising second and third graders in the amount of $31,734.20.
(Schools)
 
27.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an Air Force Association 2017 Educator Grant for Powell Elementary School's STEM programs in the amount of $250.00.
(Schools)
 
28.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee accepting the donation of funds in the amount of $31,385.71 from Hardin Valley Elementary School PTA for the purchase and installation of playground equipment at Hardin Valley Elementary School.
(Schools)
 
29.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving the receipt of funds from a URS-CH2M Oak Ridge, LLC (UCOR) Education Mini-Grant in the amount of $750.00 for Bearden High School's "Using Swivl to Enhance Mathematics Inside and Outside of the Classroom" Project.
(Schools)
 
30.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a contract between the Knox County Schools Maintenance Department and Bruce Terminix Company, Inc. to provide termite control services for up to $120,000.00 annually (Bid 2502).
(Schools)
 
31.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a contract between the Knox County Schools Maintenance Department and Hydro-Tech, Inc. to provide water treatment chemical services for cooling towers and boilers for up to $60,000.00 annually, as needed (Bid 2497).
(Schools)
 
32.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a contract with Premier Food Equipment Service for provision of kitchen equipment preventive maintenance and repair (Bid 2513).
(Schools)
 
33.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a contract with T and T Produce Company for provision of fresh produce for Knox County School Nutrition (Bid 2511).
(Schools)
 
34.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a contract with IC System, Inc. for provision of collection services for Knox County Schools (Bid 2498).
(Schools)
 
35.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a contract with STARS Nashville for provision of cultural competency training at a cost of $163,575.00 for the term of May 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018 which may be extended for an additional four (4) years, one (1) year at a time, for a total of five (5) years.
(Schools)
 
36.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a contract with Helen Ross McNabb Center, Inc. for Employee Psychological Services for the Knox County Sheriff's Office.
(Sheriff's Office)
 
37.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee to approve Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Mesana Investments, LLC for property located at 0 Boulder Springs Lane (CLT # 104IA017) in Commission District 6.
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
38.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee to approve Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Mesana Investments, LLC for property located at 2302 Keller Bend Road. (CLT # 155-025) and 2236 Keller Bend Road. (CLT # 155-02501) in Commission District 4.
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
39.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee to approve Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices with Daddy's Girl, LLC for property located at 1608 Schaeffer Rd. (CLT # 118-007) and 1606 Schaeffer Rd. (CLT # 118-008) in Commission District 6.
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
40.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Covenants for Permanent Maintenance of Stormwater Facilities and Best Management Practices for Shady, Glen, LLC for property located at 0 Wooded Mountain Lane (CLT Parcel #169-01602) in Commission District 5.
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
41.   Consideration of a resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving the  necessary right of way, slope, and construction easement acquisitions on seven (7) tracts for the Powell Elementary School Sidewalk Improvements.
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
42.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a proposal of the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) to construct a project designated as Federal Project No. HSIP-71(33), State Project No. 47024-2239-94, which involves the widening of SR 71 Chapman Highway from south of Simpson Road to Hendron Chapel Road.
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
43.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a professional survey and civil design contract with CDM Smith in the amount of $___________________ for the widening of Schaad Road from Pleasant Ridge Road to Oak Ridge Highway.
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
44.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving Knox County's 2017 Annual Action Plan Update to the 2015-2020 Consolidated Plan that identifies activities the County will undertake during the program year beginning July 1, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018 using Federal funds granted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to address priority needs in housing and the community in furtherance of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) programs and authorizing acceptance of Federal funds. This year the Annual Action Plan includes estimated funding amounts based on the 2016 CDBG allocation ($1,034,638.00) and the 2016 HOME allocation ($313,650.00). Any increase or decrease in the actual CDBG 2017 funding allocation will be applied to public service and single-family housing rehabilitation. Any increase or decrease in the actual 2017 HOME allocation will be applied to the Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) activity.
(Community Development)
 
45.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an Affiliation Agreement between Lincoln Memorial University Caylor School of Nursing and Knox County Government dba The Knox County Health Department to provide experiential learning through clinical and/or practical work for MSN FNP student/interns. The term of this agreement shall be for five (5) years from May 1, 2017 through May 1, 2022.
(Health Department) 
 
46.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an Affiliation Agreement between The University of Tennessee College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences Department of Nutrition and Knox County Government dba Knox County Health Department to provide experiential learning through clinical and/or practical work for dietetic intern and nutrition student/interns.  The term of this agreement shall be for five (5) years from May 1, 2017 through May 1, 2022.
(Health Department)
 
47.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Grant Contract between the State of Tennessee, Department of Health and the Government of Knox County dba Knox County Health Department for the provision of Tuberculosis control and prevention.  Grant Contract term begins on July 1, 2017 and ends on July 1, 2018.  In no event shall the maximum liability of the State under this Grant Contract exceed $526,200.00. (No local match required).
(Health Department)
 
48.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Grant Contract between the State of Tennessee, Department of Health and the Government of Knox County dba Knox County Health Department for the provision of Tennessee Breast and Cervical Screening Program.   Grant Contract term begins on July 1, 2017 and ends on July 1, 2020.   This three-year Grant Contract is funded at $29,100.00 each fiscal year.  In no event shall the maximum liability of the State under this Grant Contract exceed $203,400.00. (No local match required).
(Health Department)
 
49.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving an Affiliation Agreement between The University of Tennessee on behalf of its College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences' Department of Public Health and Knox County Government dba Knox County Health Department to provide experiential learning through clinical and/or practical work for public health student/interns. The term of this agreement shall be for five years from May 1, 2017 through May 1, 2022.
(Health Department)
 
50.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Memorandum of Understanding between Knox County Health Department and the Knox County School System to provide payment for the "In School Health Program." The amount is $467,663.00 to cover salaries and benefits for the school nurses.
(Health Department)
 
51.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a contract with Partners Development for Construction Management Services.
(Procurement)
 
52.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee establishing a General County Budget and making appropriations from the several funds for Departments, Institutions, Offices and Agencies of Knox County, Tennessee, for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018 and approving the Organizational Chart of the Executive Branch of Knox County Government.
(County Mayor and Finance)
 
53.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee establishing the Knox County Tax Rates for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018.
(County Mayor and Finance)
 
54.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee adopting the Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan for Fiscal Years 2018-2022 and appropriating funds for the first year of the plan in accordance with said plan.
(County Mayor and Finance)
 
55.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Memorandum of Understanding between Knox County Juvenile Court and selected interagency policy makers. Policy makers that are vested with the responsibility of ensuring the safety, education and well-being of our children and youth.
(Juvenile Court)
 
56.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a Interagency Agreement (SHOCAP) Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program, between the Knoxville Police Department, Knox County District Attorney General's Office, Knox County Juvenile Court, Knox County School Board, Tennessee Department of Children Services, Knox County Sheriff's Department, University of Tennessee Police Department and Helen Ross McNabb.
(Juvenile Court)
 
57.   Consideration of a Resolution of the Commission of Knox County, Tennessee approving a contract for Checkpoint Firewall Upgrade and Installation Services.
(Information Technology)
 
58.   Consideration of the Acceptance of New County Roads:
A.) Muddy Creek Lane located in Hunters Way Subdivision, Unit 1, District 6;
B.) Deer Crossing Drive located in Hunters Way Subdivision, Unit 1, District 6;
C.) Deer Crossing Drive located in Hunters Way Subdivision, Unit 2, District 6.
(Engineering and Public Works)
 
59.   Presentation by Criminal Court Clerk, Mike Hammond, regarding efficiency dividend for the quarter.
(Criminal Court Clerk)
 
60.   Discussion regarding Tourism and Sports.
(Commissioner Smith)
 
61.   Discussion regarding the Knox County Commission Committee's terms of membership of the Audit Committee.
(DEFERRED FROM APRIL)
(Commissioners Wright and Schoonmaker)
 
62.   Request of the Metropolitan Planning Commission for a Northwest County Sector Plan Amendment from ROW (Right-of-way) to O (Office). Property located on the southwest side of Schaeffer Road, southwest of Harrison Springs Lane. Commission District 6. MPC Action: Adopt Resolution #4-A-17-SP, amending the Northwest County Sector Plan to O (Office) and recommend the Knox County Commission also adopt the sector plan amendment by a vote count of 13-0-2 (Consent).   
63.   Request of BRD Realty, LLC for Northwest County Sector Plan Amendment from MDR (Medium Density Residential) and O (Office) to GC (General Commercial). Property located south side of Dutchtown Road, east side of Dunbarton Lane. Commission District 3. MPC Action: Adopt Resolution #4-B-17-SP, amending the Northwest County Sector Plan to GC (General Commercial) and recommend the Knox County Commission also adopt the sector plan amendment by a vote count of 15-0.  
64.   Request of BRD Realty, LLC for rezoning from PR (Planned Residential) and A (Agricultural) to PC (Planned Commercial). Property located south side of Dutchtown Road, east side of Dunbarton Lane. Commission District 3. MPC Recommendation: Recommend the Knox County Commission approve PC (Planned Commercial) zoning by a vote of 15-0.  
65.   Request of Cheryl Trish for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to RA (Low Density Residential). Property located north side of George Whittaker Lane, north of Jenkins Road. Commission District 3. MPC Recommendation: Recommend the Knox County Commission approve RA (Low Density Residential) zoning by a vote count of 13-0-2 (Consent).   
66.   Request of Homestead Land Holdings, LLC, for a Northwest County Sector Plan Amendment from AG (Agricultural) to LDR (Low Density Residential). Property located on the southeast side of Hardin Valley Road, east of Marietta Church Road. Commission District 6. MPC Action: Adopt Resolution #4-E-17-SP, amending the Northwest County Sector Plan to LDR (Low Density Residential) and recommend the Knox County Commission also adopt the sector plan amendment by a vote count of 13-0-2 (Consent).  
67.   Request of Homestead Land Holdings, LLC, for rezoning from A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) at a density up to 2 dwelling units per acre. Property located on the southeast side of Hardin Valley Road, east of Marietta Church Road. Commission District 6. MPC Recommendation: Recommend the Knox County Commission approve PR (Planned Residential) zoning at a density up to 2 dwelling units per acre by a vote count of 13-0-2 (Consent).  
68.   Request of S & E Properties for rezoning from BP (Business and Technology) to PR (Planned Residential) at a density up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located south side of Bob Gray Road, west of Windamere Road. Commission District 3. MPC Recommendation: Recommend the Knox County Commission approve PR (Planned Residential) zoning at a density up to 5 dwelling units per acre by a vote count of 13-0-2 (Consent).  
69.   Request of Brandywine at Turkey Creek, LLC for a Northwest County Sector Plan Amendment from AG (Agricultural) to LDR (Low Density Residential). Property located north side of North Campbell Station Road, northeast of Fretz Road. Commission District 6. MPC Action: Adopt Resolution #4-G-17-SP, amending the Northwest County Sector Plan to LDR (Low Density Residential) and recommend the Knox County Commission also adopt the sector plan amendment by a vote count of 13-0-2 (Consent).  
70.   Request of Brandywine at Turkey Creek, LLC for rezoning from A (Agricultural) and PR (Planned Residential) to PR (Planned Residential) at up to 4.1 dwelling units per acre. Property located north side of N. Campbell Station Road, northeast of Fretz Road. Commission District 6. MPC Recommendation: Recommend the Knox County Commission approve PR (Planned Residential) zoning at a density up to 4.1 dwelling units per acre by a vote count of 13-0-2 (Consent).  
71.   Request of Vertex Development TN for rezoning from PC (Planned Commercial) and A (Agricultural) to PR (Planned Residential) at a density up to 5 dwelling units per acre. Property located southwest side of Lobetti Road, northwest of Ball Camp Pike. Commission District 6. MPC Recommendation: Recommend the Knox County Commission approve PR (Planned Residential) at a density up to 5 dwelling units per acre by a vote count of 15-0.   

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