Government calendar for week of April 19

Tuesday, April 18

Brown County Board of Health — 6 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building, work session to discuss proposed septic ordinance.

Nashville Development Review Commission — 6 p.m., Town Hall, 200 Commercial St. Agenda includes certificates of appropriateness for Big Woods Pizza, 44 N. Van Buren St., Abe’s Corner, 145 S. Jefferson St., and Village Green Revitalization, West Main and Jefferson streets; and regular reports.

Cordry Sweetwater Conservancy District Board of Directors — 7 p.m., CSLOA Clubhouse, 8751 Nineveh Road.

Wednesday, April 19

Nashville Arts and Entertainment Public Art Committee — noon, Olde Magnolia House, 213 S. Jefferson St. Agenda includes discussion concerning locations of public art, walking tour of potential public art locations, and other business.

Brown County Board of Commissioners — 6 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building.

Thursday, April 20

Nashville Tree Board — 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., Town Hall.

Brown County Community Corrections Advisory Board — 4:15 p.m., Community Corrections office, 902 Deer Run Park.

Brown County Schools Board of Trustees — 6:30 p.m., the Goldberg Room, Brown County High School, 235 Schoolhouse Lane. Agenda includes first read of NEOLA policy; administrators’ benefits handbook; bus route shuttle extensions; retirement notices of Carol Sue Owens, Sarah Burke, Donna Duff and Jeff Lepore; 10-cent increase to full-pay breakfasts and lunches for next school year; continuation of summer feeding program; addition of seven hours per week to graduation coach job at high school; contract with Anthem for benefits and updated insurance premium cost sheets; separations of high school custodian and assistant basketball coach, Helmsburg Elementary kindergarten teacher and intermediate school fifth-grade teacher; appointments; transfers; and superintendent’s report. To be preceded by a 5:30 p.m. executive session for the receipt of information about and interviewing of prospective employees and job performance evaluations.

Nashville Town Council — 6:30 p.m., Town Hall. Agenda includes water/sewer adjustment request; grant submission request by Nashville Arts & Entertainment Commission; fiscal plan findings regarding Firecracker Hill petition for annexation; Hawthorne Drive intersection improvement project; farmers market licensing; town manager on five-year capital improvement plan, Broadband Task Force update and 2017 sidewalk plans; utility coordinator on water capital improvement plan grant and paving plan; chief administrator on 2017 Arts Village Concert Series road closures, service agreement requests and proposal recommendations for Village Green Revitalization Project; and regular reports.

Cordry Sweetwater Fire & Ambulance — 7:30 p.m., fire station, 101 Firehouse Road.

Friday, April 21

Lake Lemon Conservancy District Strategic Planning Committee — 3:30 p.m., Riddle Point office, 7599 N. Tunnel Road. The public is welcome.

Tuesday, April 25

Brown County Area Plan Commission — 6 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building. Agenda includes Archie Johnson requesting secondary approval for a four-lot major subdivision at 4602 State Road 46 East in Washington Township; and Scott and Erika Rudd requesting a rezone of 221 Locust Lane in Nashville from R2 to RB. To be followed by a work session on the zoning ordinance, focusing on signs.

Wednesday, April 26

Brown County Parks & Recreation Board — 5:15 p.m., parks and rec office, 1001 Deer Run Lane.

Brown County Board of Zoning Appeals — 6 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building. Agenda includes Scott and Erika Rudd requesting a special exception for the Will Vawter Historical Studio Tourist Home at 221 Locust Lane in Nashville; and Ronald Frazee requesting a rear setback variance at 7284 Elm Court in Hamblen Township.