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File #: 19-0982    Version: 1 Name: Ordinance 2019-31 prohibit parking Benelli Park Ct
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 9/24/2019 In control: Board of Mayor & Aldermen
On agenda: 11/26/2019 Final action: 11/26/2019
Title: Consideration of Ordinance 2019-31: An Ordinance to Prohibit On-Street Parking Along Both Sides of the Entire Length of Benelli Park Court. (WS 10/8/19; BOMA 11/12/19, 8-0) SECOND AND FINAL READING
Sponsors: Engineering
Attachments: 1. ORDINANCE_2019_31_NoParking_BenelliParkCt.Law Approved.pdf, 2. Benelli Park Ct petition and request.pdf, 3. petition area.pdf

 

DATE:                                                               October 1, 2019

 

TO:                                          Board of Mayor and Aldermen

 

FROM:                                          Eric Stuckey, City Administrator

                                          Paul Holzen, City Engineer/Director of Engineering

                                          Jonathan Marston, Assistant Director of Engineering

                                          Adam Moser, Traffic Engineer 3                     

                                          

SUBJECT:                                          

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Consideration of Ordinance 2019-31: An Ordinance to Prohibit On-Street Parking Along Both Sides of the Entire Length of Benelli Park Court. (WS 10/8/19; BOMA 11/12/19, 8-0) SECOND AND FINAL READING 

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Purpose

The purpose of this memorandum is to provide information to the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA) concerning Ordinance 2019-31.

 

Background

Residents of the Benelli Park subdivision, located off Boyd Mill Avenue, contacted the City to express their concern with motorists parking along the short and narrow (e.g. 22 feet wide) residential street of Benelli Park Court.  The residents along this street request the installation of “No Parking” signs along both sides of the street.  Staff instructed the residents to conduct a petition to obtain a decision from a majority of the property owners along Benelli Park Court.  Of the nine (9) properties located on Benelli Park Court, seven (7) signed the petition to establish “No Parking” zones on both sides of Benelli Park Court.  This represents 78% of the affected property owners who are in favor of “No Parking”.

 

Financial Impact

The cost associated with the implementation of this ordinance is minimal and includes materials (i.e. signs and posts) and staff labor for installation.

 

Recommendation

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Staff recommends approval of Ordinance 2019-31.