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Posted on: June 14, 2022

Mayor Michael Evans recaps the June 13, 2022 City Council meeting

A screen capture of Mayor Michael Evans speaking to the camera in the studio

Here's a recap of the June 13, 2022 regular City Council meeting. 

During the public portion of the 4 p.m. work session: 

  • City staff presented an update of the Fiscal Year 2023 Budget

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


  • Mayor Michael Evans read a proclamation recognizing three Methodist Mansfield Medical Center nurses who made the DFW Great 100 Nurses list.
  • Mayor and Council read a proclamation in honor of community member Randall Canedy recognizing his retirement from Frost Bank and his deeds and contributions to Mansfield.

Sub-Committee Reports

  • The Allocation Sub-Committee approved the minutes of the June 7, 2022 Hotel/Motel Occupancy Tax Funds Policy and Allocation Sub-Committee meeting minutes.

Staff Comments

  • City staff presented the monthly financial report for the period ending April 30.

Consent Agenda

  • Council approved a small cell lease agreement with New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC; authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute the agreement; and providing an effective date.
  • Council awarded a contract for the purchase of three chemical storage tanks for the Bud Ervin Water Treatment Plant to Macaulay Controls Company for $222,198.38.
  • Council authorized a contract to rehabilitate the 300,000 gallon Cardinal Oaks ground storage tank to N.G. Painting, L.P. for an amount not to exceed $195,800.
  • Council authorized the city manager to execute the first amendment with Hilltop Securities, Inc. to provide additional development services.
  • Council approved a resolution of the city’s notice of intention to issue a City of Mansfield, Texas combination tax and revenue Certificates of Obligation.
  • Council authorized funding for the installation of additional safety measures and repairs to 24 bay doors at The Chris W. Burkett Service Center to DH Pace Door Services Group through the Interlocal Purchasing System for an amount not to exceed $59,278.
  • Council approved a resolution authorizing the City Manager and Police Department to make application, receive, and expend grant funding from the Texas Department of Motor Vehicle Crime Prevention Authority to continue a multi-agency task force.
  • Council approved a resolution authorizing the Chief of Police to expend grant funding from the Texas Department of Motor Vehicle Crime Prevention Authority to purchase new radios from Motorola.
  • Council approved a special event permit for Mansfield Rocks 2022.
  • Council approved minutes for the May 23, 2022 regular meeting.

Public Hearing

  • Council tabled proposed amendments of Chapter 155 of the Code of Ordinances by amending special purpose district regulations and creating a new section 155.073 “S, South Mansfield Form-based Development District,” to the next meeting.

Public Hearing and First Reading

  • Council tabled the public hearing and first reading of an ordinance approving a zoning change from Planned Development District to S, South Mansfield Form-Based Development District with T-3, Urban Edge Transect, T-4, Urban Transition Transect and T-5, Urban Center Transect zones on approximately 54.393 acres out of the C Vela Survey, Abstract No. 851, Johnson County, Texas, generally located at the northeast corner of South U.S. 287 and Lone Star Road.

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 2.997 acres known as Lot 15, Mount Zion Estates, located at 301 Sayers St. where Habitat for Humanity will build homes.

New Business

  • Council approved a reimbursement request of FY 2021-2022 Hotel/Motel Occupancy Tax Funds to Championship Basketball, Inc. in an amount of $5,000.
  • Council approved reimbursing city overtime using Hotel/Motel Occupancy Tax funds.