Brentwood Planning Commission approves agenda items in fast meeting


Brentwood Planning Commission approves agenda items in fast meeting

By MATT MASTERS

The Brentwood Planning Commission met on Tuesday evening for a meeting that lasted just over five minutes, where it approved its consent agenda and the monthly security report for August. 

The commission unanimously approved the consent agenda, which included a request by Harrah and Associates of a revised final plat that adjusts the front building setback line to the C-2 minimum of 30 feet for Paw Pals on Peach Court. The current plat recorded in 1959 shows a 70-foot front setback.

The commission also approved a request for the limited duration event of  the annual gathering of The Nashville British Car Club (NBCC) to be held at the Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home on Franklin Road as part of the consent agenda.

The event will take place on Saturday, Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with approximately 125 vintage and collectable cars with an anticipated attendance of about 300 people. According to the request, volunteers will help to manage and direct traffic for the event.

Ragan Smith & Associates requested approval of a revised preliminary plan that proposes the placement of USPS Cluster Box Units (CBU’s) at the amenity area of the Traditions Subdivision on Carnival Drive as part of the consent agenda.

Ragan Smith Associates also requested approval to add a double door and canopy on the south side of a building on Virginia Way in the Virginia Springs neighborhood as part of the consent agenda. The proposed canopy will be a powder coated steel in a color to match the building.

The commission approved a request for approval of a revised final plat that adjusts the front building setback to allow for the addition of a front porch on an existing home on Eastbourne Drive as part of the consent agenda.

The proposal reduces the front setback from 100 feet to 92.5 feet.  The minimum front setback for the R-2 district is 75 feet.

The commission also approved a food truck rally at Brentwood Middle School on Sept. 19 at 5 p.m. as part of the consent agenda. A total of 15 food trucks are scheduled for the event and will be parked in the parking lot along Murray Lane.

The monthly security report for August reported $15,632,768.64 in the form of irrevocable standby letters of credit, and the city maintained an escrow account which has $2,407,711.48 which totals to $18,040,480.12. The report was approved unanimously.

The previous month’s minutes were approved unanimously, with the exception of Commissioner Chris Clark who was not present and the abstention of Commission Chair Janet Donahue who was not at the August meeting.

There was no new business at the meeting. 

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