Here's a recap of the April 11, 2022 regular City Council meeting.
During the public portion of the meeting:
Mayor Michael Evans proclaimed the week of April 10-16 as both Animal Care & Control and National Emergency Telecommunicators Week in the City of Mansfield.
Director of Communications provided a bond election update encouraging the public to attend one of the upcoming public forums taking place at City Hall on April 14 and April 18 as well as to visit Mansfield2022.com for more information.
City Council congratulated the Financial Services Department for earning the Government Financial Officers Association Distinguished Budget Award for the 35th straight year.
Council passed an ordinance rejecting all bids in response to Project No. 2022-0804-01.
Council passed three resolutions authorizing joint election agreements with Tarrant, Ellis and Johnson Counties regarding the upcoming municipal election on May 7, 2022.
Council passed a resolution approving a BuyBoard Contract in the amount of $282,277.73 with Workplace Resource Group of Fort Worth, Texas for the purchase and installation of furniture for the Mansfield Public Library.
Council approved a special event permit for Mansfield Farmers Market 2022.
Council approved minutes for three meetings held during the month of March.
Council tabled the first reading of an ordinance regarding more than 14 acres on 1700 North Walnut Creek Drive, generally located at the southeast intersection of Debbie Lane and North Walnut Creek Drive.
Council approved an ordinance for a zoning change from PR, Pre-Development District to PD, Planned Development District for a mixed lot single-family residential development (427 homes) and community business commercial on more than 121 acres located at 1100 W. Broad Street.