PUBLIC NOTICE City of Mt. Juliet Special Meeting

PUBLIC NOTICE City of Mt. Juliet Special Meeting March 8, 2019 – 6 PM The Board of Commissioners of the City of Mt. Juliet will have a Special Meeting at City Hall on Friday, March 8, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. to hold a Public Hearing and to consider the following: Ordinances on 2nd & Final Reading: Adopt the Plan of Services and to annex the Roadway known as S. Rutland road near 487 S. Rutland Road and to adopt the Plan of Services and to annex the Roadway and associated Right-of-Way known as the intersection of N. Greenhill Road and Lebanon Road Ordinances on 1st Reading: Annex and Rezone the Shevel Property from Wilson County Highway Commercial C-3 to Commercial Town Center (CTC), 9468 Lebanon Road Annex and Rezone the TN Executive Properties from Industrial I-2 to Residential Single Family RS40 located at 430 Clemmons Road and to annex Clemmons Road from Division to 430 Clemmons Road Amend the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Budget to accept Insurance proceeds and appropriate funds to replace police vehicles, amend the Budget to increase paving expenditures Resolutions: Approve the Certificate of renewal for Vintage Wine & Spirits Approve the Second Amendment to PCS Site Agreement with Crown Castle–Cell Tower on York Road Declare Parks equipment as Surplus Property The City of Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners will NOT meet on Monday, March 11, 2019, due to a lack of a quorum. The public is invited to attend. Kenny Martin, City Manager City of Mt. Juliet.

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Mt. Juliet Abortion Clinic

To be 100% clear on where I stand and what I knew. 

No one with city government approved this clinic.  There was no vote.  The city nor the planning commission has no role in approving/disapproving specific businesses/operations.  The city and the planning commission do have a role in approving a new structure.  In this case, the structure was approved many years ago and various businesses, many medical related, have come and gone since then.

I first heard about this last night (2/28/19) from a text at 10:14 pm.  Operations of this type do not even need to get a city business license to open.  They are issued licenses by the state.  They then contact the owner of the building and rent space.  To my knowledge, no one in the city knew about this.

I am pro-life.  The taking of innocent life is called murder.  Abortion is not a matter of choice, it's a matter of life and how we value life.

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July 3rd Deadline

To receive a text reminder for the upcoming election text 2018 to 615-447-8810
(Note this an automated service) If you need to contact me, please call 615-357-7440 or email me at jmaness@mtjuliet-tn.gov

August 2nd Election
Early voting July 13th - July 28th

Register to vote here: https://ovr.govote.tn.gov/
Verify voter status: https://tnmap.tn.gov/voterlookup/

 

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Do I need a permit?

I know permits are not a popular subject to talk about, but I hope this will clear up some confusion and maybe help with your future projects.  https://www.mtjuliet-tn.gov/150/Building-Codes-Department

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Willoughby Station Repaving

Speed hump updates  (attachments)

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Repaving should start this week.   (6/3/18)

Details on the repaving.

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