- April 13, 2021
-Regular Meeting City Council
- March 9, 2021
-Approve to offer Servline coverage for master meters, meters over 2″ and Irrigation systems.
- February 9, 2021
-Second Reading of Ordinance 21-1-12-01, an ordinance establishing policies and procedures for the Water Department
-Approval to select TRANE to conduct a no cost/ no obligation comprehensive energy efficiency audit for the City of Kingston, and to authorize the City Manager to enter into an agreement with TRANE for the performance of said audit. The City Manager and City Attorney will work with TRANE on a proposed agreement for this item which will be presented for Council approval at a later date.
-Authorize the Mayor to enter into a contract with Michael Brady Incorporated for design, engineering and bid related services for the Community Center roof at an amount not to exceed $32,000.
-Adopt Resolution 21-02-09-01, a resolution authorizing the purchasing credit card certificate.
-Authorize the Mayor to execute an easement agreement with Old Capitol Town, LLC regarding future utility easements and liability for 615 N. Kentucky Street.
-Approve application for an on-premise beer permit for Maple Creek Bistro, 1000 Ladd Landing Blvd #1120
- January 12, 2021
-Accept the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for FY ending June 30, 2020
-Appoint Council Member Jeff Griffis as Council Representative on the Library Board
-Appoint Robert Sparkes to the Beautification Committee. Term to expire March 1, 2022
-First Reading of Ordinance 21-1-12-01, establishing policies and procedures for the Water Dept.
-Approval for the Fire Dept. to apply for the 2021 Assistance to Firefighters Grant.
- December 21, 2020
-Jeff Griffis was duly elected and will take the Oath of Office to assume the Council seat vacated by the passing of Wiley Brackett
- December 17, 2020
- December 8, 2020
-Ordinance 20-11-10-1, an ordinance of the City of Kingston, Tennessee to amend the general fund budget appropriation ordinance for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021
-Appointment of Council member Becky Humphreys as Vice-Mayor
-Rescind Council action from May 2, 1985 regarding infrastructure at 615 N. Kentucky Street and authorize the City Attorney and City Manager to negotiate with the interested parties of said property to secure any necessary easements assurances, maintenance guarantees and hold harmless agreements.
-Resolution 20-12-08-01, a Resolution authorizing the City of Kingston to participate in Public Entity Partners property conservation matching grant program.
-Approval of the installation of speed humps on Sunrise Drive
-Reappoint Robert Bailey, Bruce Cantrell and Hugh Willett to another 5-year term on Historic Zoning. Term to expire 12-31-2025
-Appoint Kerry Willett to a 3-year term on the Library Board. Term to expire 12-31-2023
-Adopt TDEC mandated water and sewer specifications for the City of Kingston
- November 17, 2020
-Adopt Resolution 20-11-10-1, a resolution to establish an updated occupational safety and health program plan, devise rules and regulations and to provide for a safety director and the implementation of such program plan.
-First Reading of Ordinance 20-11-10-1, an ordinance of the City of Kingston, Tennessee to amend the general fund appropriation ordinance for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021
-Approve an appropriation not to exceed $10,000 from the 300-capital fund for the completion of the Southwest Point indoor batting facility.
- October 13, 2020
-Approval to surplus property
-Consideration of approval of an applicant for a beer permit at 1202 N. Kentucky Street
- September 22, 2020
-Ordinance 20-09-08-1 adopting the annual general fund operating budget and setting the property tax rate for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021
-Ordinance 20-09-08-2 adopting the annual water/sewer fund operating budget and setting the rates and fees for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021
- September 8, 2020
-Resolution 20-09-08-1 authorizing the City Manager to apply for the 2020 Public Entity Partners Driver Safety matching grant.
-Approval to Surplus property
-Approval to authorize the holding of City events within the guidelines set forth by Executive Orders of the Governor.
-Approval to write-off accounts 005-03840-01, 002-02150-05, 007-00740-25
-Approval to modify insurance coverage relating to sewer back-ups.
- August 11, 2020
-Ordinance 20-06-09-01 amending the municipal zoning code to increase the fee for appeals to the Board of Zoning Appeals.
-Resolution 20-03-10-2 annexing territory (Parcels 109.00, 110.00, 114.00, 114.01 and 118.00, Roane County Tax map 057) and incorporating said territory into the corporate limits of the City of Kingston, Tennessee
-Resolution 20-03-10-3 establishing a plan of services for annexation resolution 20-03-10-2 for the City of Kingston.
-Ordinance 20-03-10-1 amending the zoning map of Kingston Tennessee by zoning certain territory annexed by Resolution 20-03-10-2 as C-4, Control Commercial District.
-Resolution 20-07-14-1 to request that the Tennessee Valley Authority cooperate in the development of the former Southwest Point Golf Course Property.
-Authorize the City Manager to solicit Requests for Proposals for LED streetlight and ball field lighting replacement.
-Authorize the Mayor to execute a franchise agreement between the City of Kingston and Comcast of the South.
-Resolution 20-08-11-1 authorizing the City of Kingston to join with Roane County in forming a community leadership team to forward the Tennessee Riverline 652 vision under the program of the Tennessee Rivertown Partnership guidelines.
-Approve surplus equipment
-Write off Water Accounts 009-3220-04, 012-3827-01, 007-3190-20
- July 14, 2020
-Public Hearing Only-Due to the Lack of a Quorum the Regular Meeting rescheduled to a later date
- June 9, 2020
-Approval of the FY 20-21 E-911 Contract
-Resolution 20-06-09-01 requesting that the State of Tennessee Local Government Planning Advisory Committee remove the designation and authority of the Kingston Planning Commission to administer and provide planning services and subdivision regulations outside the city limits of the City of Kingston.
-Approval of the FY 20-21 Animal Shelter Contract
-Resolution 20-06-09-02 to temporarily continue the fiscal year 2020 annual operating budget of the City of Kingston, TN for fiscal year 2021
-Resolution 20-06-09-01 to temporarily continue the fiscal year 2020 annual operating budget of the Kingston Water Department for fiscal year 2021
- May 12, 2020
-Authorization for the City Manager to apply for the 2020 U.S. Department of Transportation BUILD Grant to fund the development of a master plan for the Hwy 70/58 corridor.
-Authorization for the Mayor to execute the FY-21 TDOT Maintenance Contract
-Approval of the appointment of Jamey Davis to fill a vacated seat on the Kingston Parks and Recreation Board with a term ending June 30, 2022
-Authorization for the Utility Director to write-off account 1-840-08 in the amount of $253.20 due to the death of the customer.
-Authorization for the Utility Director to write-off account 4-612-07 in the amount of $454.26 due to the death of the customer.
-Authorization for the Utility Director to write-off account 3-5400-11 in the amount of $76.95 due to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
-Authorization for the Utility Director to write-off account 8-405-07 in the amount of $149.95 due to Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
-Approval of the Certification of Compliance for Krishna, LLC to sell retail alcoholic beverages at 1202 N. Kentucky Street.
-Approval of the Application for an off-premises beer permit for CAPL Retail, LLC at 935 N. Kentucky Street.
-Approval of the Application for an off-premises beer permit for CAPL Retail, LLC at 935 E. Race Street.
-Approval of the Application for an off-premises beer permit for CAPL Retail, LLC at 614 N. Kentucky Street.
- April 14, 2020
-Canceled due to COVID-19
- March 10, 2020
- February 11, 2020
Consideration to authorize the City Attorney to file suit in Chancery Court against the owner of 500 N. Kentucky Street due to persistent codes violations.
- January 14, 2020
Resolution 20-01-14-1 Adopting the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ADA Coordinator and Procedures
Resolution 20-01-14-2 Adopting ADA Standards for Accessibility and Public Rights-of-Way Accessibility Guidelines
Resolution 20-01-14-3 Requesting MTAS to codify and revise the ordinances of the City of Kingston
Resolution 20-01-14-4 Adopting the Roane County Hazard Mitigation Plan
- December 10, 2019
Resolution 19-12-10-1 to Consider to revert to a Municipal Planning commission
Appoint Trudy Wideman and Larry Ridinger to a three-year term on the Kingston Library Board
Consideration to authorize the Utility Director to contract with Raftelis to carry out the directives of the Water and Wastewater Financing Board, at an amount not to exceed $32.010
- November 14, 2019
Ordinance 19-11-14-1 An ordinance to Repeal the Food Truck Regulation Denominated as Ordinance 19-7-9-1
- November 12, 2019
Approve the citizen requested installation of speed humps on Old Race Street
Approve to Appoint Tori May to a four year term on the Board of Zoning Appeals
Approve to Appoint Susan Whitlock to a four year term on the Beautification Committee
Approve to change the route of the Christmas Parade
Approve a Contract with Watts Bar Utility District for the sale and purchase of Water
- October 8, 2019
Resolution 19-10-8-1 Authorizing the City Manager to apply for the Public Entity Partners Driver’s Safety Matching Grant
Resolution 19-10-8-2 Authorizing the City Manager to apply for the Public Entity Partners Property Conservation Matching Grant
Authority to adopt a Substance Abuse Policy for the City of Kingston
Resolution 19-10-8-3 Authorizing the Mayor to execute and submit an application with appropriate assurances for the 2019 TDOT Multi-Modal Access Grant
Resolution 19-10-8-4 to support of efforts to stop the migration of Silver Carp towards Watts Bar Lake
- September 10, 2019
Resolution 19-9-10-1-A Resolution Implementing a Donation Policy for the City of Kingston
Authorization for Mayor to enter into the 2019-2020 E-911 Dispatch Agreement
Approve the Out of City Sewer Request by the Grove Church for the property on Hwy 70
- August 13, 2019
Ordinance 19-6-11-3-An Ordinance Adopting the Annual Budget and Tax Rate for Fiscal Year 2019/20
Ordinance 19-7-9-1- An Ordinance to allow the Permitting and Regulation of Mobile Food Vendors in the City of Kingston including Food Trucks, Food Trailers and Ice Cream Trucks
- July 9, 2019
- June 27, 2019
Ordinance 19-6-11-1-An Ordinance to Amend the Budget Appropriation for Fiscal Year 2018/19 for the City of Kingston
Ordinance 19-6-11-2-An Ordinance Amending the Annual Budget for the Water/Sewer Department of the City of Kingston for Fiscal Year 2018/19
Resolution 19-6-27-1-A Resolution Authorizing the Continuing Expenditures by the City Pending the Determination of a Tax Rate and the Passing of a Budget Ordinance
- June 11, 2019
Authorization for the Mayor to execute the 2019-2020 Maintenance Contract between Tennessee Department of Transportation and the City of Kingston
- May 14, 2019
Authorization for the City Manager to purchase a 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 for the Police Department in the amount not to exceed $18,995
Approval for Parks and Recreation to Surplus Equipment
Approval of Resolution 19-05-14-01 to Annex Parcel 003.01 as shown on Roane Co. Tax Map 059-457 High Point Orchard Road-upon written consent of the owners and to incorporate the same within the boundaries of the City of Kingston, Tennessee
- APRIL 9, 2019
Awarding of bid for construction of the Fort Southwest Point Amphitheater to Skilled Services LLC.
Adoption of a light duty policy for the City of Kingston.
Adoption of Resolution 19-04-09-01 calling for a public hearing on the proposed annexation of parcel 003-01 as shown on the Roane Co. tax map 052 into the City of Kingston by owner request and approving a plan of services.
Approval to surplus equipment
- MARCH 12, 2019
- FEBRUARY 13,2019
Authorization for the Mayor to enter into contract with Community Development Partners, LLC for the formulation of ADA Transition Plan for the City of Kingston
- JANUARY 8, 2019
- DECEMBER 18, 2018
Resolution 18-12-11-1 to Amend the Resolution to Authorize the Engagement of counsel to Pursue Legal Action Against Parties Responsible for Damages to the City of Kingston and Its Citizens
- DECEMBER 11,2018
Resolution 18-12-11-1 Authorize the Engagement of Counsel to Pursue Legal Action Against Parties Responsible for Damages to the City of Kingston and its Citizens
- NOVEMBER 13, 2018
- OCTOBER 9, 2018
Ordinance 18-9-11-1 Adopting the 2018 Edition of the International Building Code (IBC) and Related Code
Ordinance 18-9-11-2 Adopting the 2018 Edition of the International Residential Code (IRC)
- SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
Resolution 18-9-11-1 Approving Issuance by the Capital Trust Agency of its Senior Living Revenue Bonds
Resolution 18-9-11-2 to Authorize the City of Kingston to Participate w/ Roane County in Joint Bids in Delinquent Tax Sales and to Authorize the Execution of an Agreement to Formalize the Arrangement to Deal w/ Property Acquired at the Tax Sale
Resolution 18-9-11-3 Authorizing the City of Kingston to Participate in the Pool’s James L. Richardson “Driver Safety” Matching Grant Program
- AUGUST 14, 2018
Agreement for Engineering Services Galilean Road Water Line Extension
- JULY 10, 2018
Resolution 18-7-10-1 to Authorize the City of Kingston to Participate in the Pool’s “Safety Partners” Matching Grant Program
- JUNE 26,2018
Resolution 18-5-8-2 Making and Fixing the Annual Budget for the Water/Sewer Department of the City of Kingston for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019
- JUNE 18, 2018
Resolution 18-5-8-1 Adopting the Annual Budget and Setting the Tax Rate for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019
Resolution 18-5-8-2 Making and Fixing the Annual Budget for the Water/Sewer Department for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019. Established Water/Sewer Rates and Expenses in the Operation of the Kingston Water/Sewer Departments (see next meeting minutes for resolution)
Ordinance 18-5-8-3 Amending the Budget Appropriation Ordinance for Fiscal Year 2017/2018 for the City of Kingston
- JUNE 12, 2018
- MAY 8, 2018
- APRIL 10, 2018
Resolution 18-4-10-1 Authorize the City of Kingston to participate w/ Roane County in Joint Bids in Delinquent Tax Sales and to Authorize the Execution of an Agreemen to Formalize the Arrangement to Deal w/ Property Acquired at the Tax Sale.
- MARCH 13, 2018
Ordinance 18-2-13-1 Requiring Non-Resident Property Owner Voters to Vote in Municipal Elections through Absentee Ballot
Resolution 18-3-13-1 Authorizing the Purchase of a Used 2016 Caterpillar Generator
- FEBRUARY 26, 2018
Resolution 18-2-13-2 Adopt a Plan-Of-Services in furtherance of the Annexation of Parcel 040.02 on Roane County Tax Map 068 into the City of Kingston, TN
Resolution 18-2-13-3 Annexing a Parcel Identified as Parcel 040.02 on Roane County Tax Map 068 and Incorporating said territory into the Corporate Limits of the City of Kingston, TN
- FEBRUARY 13, 2018
Resolution 18-2-13-4 to Accept Waterford Place located in the Ladd Landing Development as a Public Street
Resolution 18-2-13-5 to Make Application for 2018 Local Parks and Recreation Funds
Resolution 18-2-13-6 Recognizing the City of Rockwood’s 150th Anniversary
- JANUARY 9, 2018
Resolution 18-1-8-1 for Administrative Services for the 2018 LPRF Grant Cycle
Resolution 18-1-8-2 for Engineering Services for the 2018 LPRF Grant Cycle
- DECEMBER 12, 2017
-Ordinance 17-12-12-1 to Amend the Beautification committee Ordinance to Increase the Citizen Membership from Four Members to Six Members
-Resolution 17-12-12-1 to Authorize the Submittal of an Application to the Department of Transportation for the Development of Roadway Improvements on Dogwood Drive
-Resolution 17-12-12-2 to Authorize the Emergency Work Needed to Address the Drainage Issue on West Race Street
- NOVEMBER 14, 2017
- OCTOBER 10, 2017
-Resolution 17-9-12-1 Authorizing the City of Kingston to Apply for TA Funds for the Purpose of Performing Eligible Transportation Enhancement Activities that will Benefit the Majority of the Residents of the City of Kingston.
- SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
-Ordinance 17-08-8-1 Amending Section 11-503 of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Kingston, Tennessee
-Ordinance 17-08-8-2 Repeal the Ordinance Establishing a Personnel Advisory Board and to Abolish the Existing Personnel Advisory Board of the City of Kingston
-Resolution 17-8-8-2-Revise, Replace and Amend the Personnel Rules and Regulation of the City of Kingston
-Resolution 17-9-12-1-Authorizing the City of Kingston to Apply for TA Funds for the Purpose of Performing Eligible Transportation Enhancement Activities that will Benefit the Majority of the Residents of the City of Kingston.
- AUGUST 8, 2017
- JULY 11, 2017
-Resolution 17-7-11-1 To Participate in the Pool’s “Safety Partners” Matching Grant Program
- JUNE 27, 2017
- JUNE 13, 2017
-Ordinance 17-6-13-1 Adopting the Annual Budget and Setting the Tax Rate for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2017 and Ending June 30, 2018
-Ordinance 17-6-13-2 Making and Fixing the Annual Budget for the Water and Sewer Department of the City of Kingston for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2017 and Ending June 30, 2018; and further being an Ordinance Establishing Water and Sewer Rates and the Expenses of the Operation of the Kingston Water and Sewer Departments.
-Ordinance 17-6-13-3 Amend the Budget Appropriation Ordinance for Fiscal Year 2016/17 for the City of Kingston.
-Ordinance 17-6-13-4 Amending the Annual Budget for the Water and Sewer Department of the City of Kingston for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2016 and Ending June 30, 2017.
- MAY 9, 2017
-Ordinance 17-04-11-1 Amending Section 11-410 of the Zoning ordinance of the City of Kingston, Tennessee with Regard to Allowing the Construction of Four Story Buildings and Establishment of Setback Lines and Building Spacing.
-Resolution 17-5-9-1 Adopting the Office of Open Records Counsel Model Public Records Policy
-Resolution 17-5-9-2 Authorizing the Execution, Terms, Issuance, Sale and Payment of Not to Exceed $1,750,440 General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2017, of the City of Kingston, Tennessee, and Providing the Details Thereof.
- APRIL 11, 2017
-Ordinance 17-3-14-1 to Amend the Ordinances of the City of Kingston Relative to the Alcohol Content of Beer Allowed Pursuant to State Law
- MARCH 14, 2017
- FEBRUARY 14, 2017
-Ordinance 17-1-10-1 for the Creation of a Beautification Committee to Assist the City Council in the Development of Plans for Improving and Beautifying the Properties within the City of Kingston.
- JANUARY 10, 2017
-Resolution 17-1-10-1 Authorizing the City of Kingston to Participate in the Pool’s Property conservation Matching Grant Program