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Posted on: May 23, 2022

City Council meeting recap (May 23, 2022)


Here's a recap of the May 23, 2022 regular City Council meeting. 

During the public portion of the 3:30 p.m. work session: 

  • Council discussed residential solid waste.
  • Council continued discussions about a Multifamily, Townhome, Neighborhood Park development located at Debbie Lane and Matlock Road intersection.

During the public portion of the 7 p.m. meeting: 

Proclamation

  • Mayor Michael Evans proclaimed May 2022 as “National Foster Care Month” to honor the families that open their hearts and homes to children in the foster care system.

Oath of Office

  • Michael Evans took the oath of office as Mayor of Mansfield.
  • Tamera Bounds took the oath of office as Council Member, Place 2.


Consent Agenda

  • Council passed a resolution authorizing funding in an amount not to exceed $523,800 and approval of a contract with Halff Associates Inc. for engineering design services to prepare the North Main Street (US Business Highway 287) to FM 157 Connector Roadway for public bidding and construction (Street Bond Fund).
  • Council passed a resolution to consider approving a proposal with Ad Giants Ventures, LLC in an amount not to exceed $185,000 for an Economic Development production and advertising campaign.
  • Council passed a resolution to consider support for a hazard mitigation program grant application to the Texas Department of Emergency Management for Watson Branch Channel Improvements.
  • Council approved a resolution suspending the June 17, 2022 effective date of Oncor Electric Delivery’s requested rate change to permit the City time to study the request and establish reasonable rates.
  • Council approved minutes for the May 9, 2022 regular meeting.
  • Council approved minutes for the May 17, 2022 special meeting.

Public Hearing and First Reading

  • Council held a public hearing and first reading of an ordinance approving a zoning change from Single-Family Residential district to Planned Development district for Single-Family Residential uses on approximately 2.97 acres known as Lot 15 located at 301 Sayers St. to be used by Habitat for Humanity.

Public Hearing Continuation and Second and Final Reading

  • Council held a public hearing and continuation and second and final reading regarding an ordinance approving a change of zoning for approximately 60.92 acres at 1400 Flying L Lane to Planned Development district for Single-Family Residential use.  The ordinance was denied. 

Adjourn  

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