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CUMBERLAND WARRIOR'S COMMENTS: ABOUT THIS AGENDA

THEY SHOULD NOT DISTURB ANYTHING IN FLOODPLAIN

 

Nashville Metro Council Meeting March 6, 2012- Agenda is an asphalt plant in the Mill Creek Watershed, home of the federally endangered Nashville Crayfish. http://www.nashville.gov/mpc/docs/meetings/2012/120126sr.pdf

Attend this meeting and oppose the asphalt plant. It doesn't look like there is a plan to protect the creek.

 

 

Stormwater Management Committee Nashville  Tn

 

Meeting Date: 20-MAY-2010

Meeting Time: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Location: Metro Water Services – Administration Building

Second Floor Conference Room

1600 Second Avenue, North

Nashville, Tennessee 37208

Contact: Paula Kee

Coordinator - Stormwater Management Committee (SWMC)

(615) 880-2334

AGENDA

I. Call to Order

II. Cases to be Heard

201000005 HAWKINS FILL SITE 923 SWINGING BRIDGE ROAD

Variance Extension - #200800024

Uncompensated Fill in the Floodplain

201000006 QRS, INC., FACILITY EXPANSION 208 & 218 RIVER HILLS DRIVE

Stream Buffer Disturbance and Encroachments

Uncompensated Fill in the Floodplain

Stormwater Quantity Provision

III. Approval of 01-APR-2010 Meeting Minutes

IV. Approval of 01-APR-2010 Decision Letters

V. Items of Business

1) Presentation by Ms. Rebecca Dohn - Ensworth High School Stormwater Management Plan - Annual Report to NPDES & Change from Quarterly to Annual Coordination Meetings

2) Presentation by Metro Legal - Robert’s Rules of Order and Discussion of Meeting Protocol

3) Notification Requirements for Possible Emergency Non-Agenda Items in SWMC Meetings

4) Design/Build Projects, Concept Plans, and Specific Plans (SP) – Variance Requests and Submittal Requirements

5) Redevelopment, including Significant Redevelopment and Clarification of Buffer Regulations

6) Mowing and Maintenance and New Development in Buffer Areas

7) Obtaining Recommendations from the Mayor’s Green Ribbon Committee (GRC) on Metro Projects Requiring Variances from the SWMC

VI. Adjournment

Next Meeting – 04-JUN-2010

Cc: Mr. Terry Cobb – Director of Codes Administration

Ms. Marilyn Swing – Metro Clerk

Mr. Rick Bernhardt – Director of Planning

Mr. Scott Potter – Director of Metro Water Services

Mr. Tom Palko – Assistant Director of Stormwater

Mr. Michael Hunt – NPDES Section Manager

Mr. Roger Lindsey – Stormwater Development Review Section Chief

Ms. Shain Dennison – Metro Parks

Mr. Stephan Kivett – Codes Administration

Mr. Sonny West – Codes Administration

 

 

 

 

 

Meeting Date: 04-JUN-2009     http://www.nashville.gov/stormwater/committee_meetings/swmc_meeting_notice.htm

Meeting Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm

Location: Metro Water Services - Administration Building
Second Floor Conference Room
1600 Second Avenue, North
Nashville, Tennessee 37208

Contact: Paula Kee
Coordinator - Stormwater Management Committee
(615) 880-2334

 

http://www.nashville.gov/stormwater/committee_meetings/swmc_meeting_notice.htm

http://www.nashville.gov/stormwater/index.htm

http://www.nashville.gov/mc/boards/stormwater.htm

 

 

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA MAY 1, 2008

THE FOLLOWING WANTS TO DISTURB A STREAM BUFFER

COLONIAL PROPERTIES 2816 OLD HICKORY BLVD.

GRACE ADULT HOMES INC. 1500 OLD HICKORY BLVD.

THE FOLLOWING WANTS TO DISTURB A LAKE BUFFER

WATKINS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN 2298 ROSA PARKS BLVD.

 

HISTORIC ZONING COMMISSION METRO NASHVILLE

MAY 20 2009                                       1417 MUREESBORO RD  2PM http://www.nashville.gov/mhc/agendas/mhzc/090520.htm

 

Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation

 

ARAP Notices

http://state.tn.us/environment/wpc/ppo/arap/

http://state.tn.us/environment/wpc/ppo/

 

Metro Nashville

Mayor Dean Green Ribbon Committee

 

MEETINGS

 

Tennessee Calendars - Find local events or list your local events to the Tennessee Life calendar

September 18, 19, 20, 2009- CUMBERLAND GREEN BIOREGIONAL COUNCIL SUMMERTOWN TENNESSEE THE FARM. For more info call Eric at 615-646-6266 or Adam and Sue Turtle 931-964-4151. What to bring: Camping gear, food and food to share, utensils, stuff to sell at fund raiser, money, musical instruments. DO NOT BRING PETS!!! Directions 1-65 S to exit 53, west to hwy 31 then south to Columbia. Take right onto Hwy 43 at 2nd light. Go south 18 miles to Hwy 20 in Summertown. Turn right before Shell Station. Go 3 miles to Summertown Market in the middle of Y stay right on Hwy 20. Go 1/4 miles past the market make sharp left turn on first paved road which is Railroad Bed Pike. Drive approx. 3 miles and turn right onto Myers road. Follow multi colored streamers on bamboo poles for 1 1/4 miles to the earth Advocates Research farm

May 14, 2009- 2009 GREAT AMERICAN CLEANUP™ Nashville TN

December 9, 2008- Public Hearing for ARAP renewel for Cumberland Yacht Harbor. This permit has expired and if issued by Tennessee Dept. of Environment & Conservation will allow the developers to removed 650,000 cubic yards of soil and move it across the creek via bridge.

March 30, 2006- Meeting about rock quarry that is proposed to be used as a landfill on McCrory Lane that effects the Harpeth River. 6:30 - 8:00 pm Bellevue Middle School. Hosted by State Senator Douglas Henry and Representative Gary Moore.

March 19-20, 2006- Native American Sacred Sites Run Jackson Tennessee. For more info contact Mark Tolley 573-4611

December 8, 2005- Old Hickory Watershed meeting . All interested in a quality watershed are asked to attend. Refreshments start at   5:30 pm. Meeting at 6:00pm. A video will be shown of Vic Scoggin's historic swim in 1996. Location of meeting is Gallatin Dept. of Electricity. 135 Jones St. Gallatin Tn.   map >>>>Map of 135 Jones St Gallatin, TN by MapQuest

 

January 14, 2005- Vic Scoggin will be showing a video at Maryville College at 10:30am. For more info contact Kim Trevathan at the college.

January 13, 2005- Vic Scoggin will be showing his video and talking to the Stones River Watershed Association formally Black Fox Wetlands. The meeting will be held at Consolidated Utility District office and is from   5:30 till 8pm. Contact Margo Farnsworth for more info. 615-382-4443. Refresments will be served at 5:30-6:00pm

November 29, 2004- Public meeting 6-8pm at Antioch Community Center, subject Mill Creek Watershed. Any questions contact Sue Ferguson 615-736-7192 or Kim Franklin 615-736-7954.

November 4, 2004- Mill Creek Watershed meeting held by Metro Water and Corps of Engineers. What a joke!!!

May 26, 2004- Sierra Club Executive Meeting

May 20, 2004- Tennessee Ornithological Society 7:00 Radnor Lake; Jan Shaw

May 20, 2004-  Fort Negley 6:30 Belmont University Doug Jones 244-6670

February 27, 2004- Vic Scoggin will speak at JJ's Market in Nashville Tn. For more info call 615-429-5351

January 20, 2004- Vic Scoggin will show video and speak at the Dept. of Water Quality Control, 1860 South Jefferson Ave. Cookeville Tn. Metting is from 6:00-8:30pm.

January 9, 2004- Save The Cumberland's Vic Scoggin will speak at Maryville College at 10am.

October 23, 2003- A public hearing concerning issuing a 401 water quality permit to the developers of a marina to be built on Mill Creek. Time: 6:30pm Where: Donelson Senior Citizens Center, Donleson Tennessee for more info call e-mail savthecumberland@mindspring.com

 

February 20, 2003- Tennessee Ancient Sites Conservancy meets tonight at 7pm at Cohn High School on Charlotte Pike, Sylvan Park Area. For more info call Mark Tolly at 573-4611  Guest speaker Vic Scoggin, 696 mile swim video

May 5, 2002- Harpeth River Watershed Association annual meeting 4-7pm 412 Mn St. Franklin Tn.

August 2001- A meeting will be held in Summertown Tn. to take more water out of the Buffalo River. We vote NO

June 21, 2001- Voluntary Blackout today from 7-10pm for people worldwide to cut back on power. Lets do it. It will probaly play havoc on the power plants. They'll probaly run high water on the boilers and trip the load.

June 28, 2001- Franklin Tn. sewer commission meeting. Topics include "How can the city sewer handle Westhaven development?"

April 21 2001- Harpeth River cleanup. Meet at Tinkerbell Park on Hwy. 96 at 9am. Canoes will be furnished!

 

EVENTS

 

 

THE GAINSBORO JACKSON CO POKE SALLET FESTIVAL

HARLAN CO. KY POKE SALLET FESTIVAL

BLACK BEAR FESTIVAL CUMBERLAND KENTUCKY

 

Forecastle Festival in July. Louisville Ky. www.forecastlefest.com

 

Tennessee Ancient Sites Conservancy will hold a special event at Mound Bottom August 7, 2004 @ 11:00am. For more info call Mark Tolley 298-4347

 

"A Blessing Of The Animals"

Where: St. Pauls Episcopal Church; West Main St., Franklin Tennessee

Date: October 19, 2003

Time: 2:30pm

Please come to this event filled afternoon to bless the animals. You will get up close and personal to some new friends that Laura Turner has brought along. Bring your pet to be blessed and enjoy what God has given us to enhance our lives. For more info call 615-790-0527 or 790-7665

 

The Tennessee Ancient Sites Conservancy has invited Joe Watkins author of Indigenous Archaeology to their monthly meeting which will be held over the first weekend of May 2003. On May 2 there will be a reception. On May 3 Joe Watkins will talk to the public about past and present of archaeology, this is open to the public. This will be held at Wilson Hall, Vanderbilt University. For more info call Mark Tolley at 615-573-4611

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

October 23, 2003- The marina developer requests a public hearing Oct. 23, 2003 at the Donelson Senior Citizens Center at 6:30pm for proposed issuance of a 401 permit; Water Quality Certification.

 

 

Issues

November 2000- Stone walls in Williamson County Tn. are being studied for future preservation and legislation.

Oct. 2000- There was an Article about building the Caney Fork Dam in the Crossville Tn newspaper :

 

Of other interest

TVA: About TVA calender of meetings and public events

Environmental Contaminants Program of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Events recognized by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service | Southeast Region

Free World Chicken Festival Home Page Laurel Co.;  London Kentucky

 

EARTH DAY APR. 2004 CENTENNIAL PARK NASHVILLE TN