City of Willow Park
Ashlee Michelle Mitchell will be paying fees and fines after pleading no contest to a speeding ticket she received in May.
Mitchell, a Weatherford ISD school bus driver for Durham School Services, was ticketed in Willow Park last May for driving 22 mph over the speed limit with children on board the vehicle.
She is making payment arrangements with Willow Park Municipal Court to pay a total of $173.10 in fines and fees.
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A dispute over a speeding ticket issued in Willow Park two months ago may or may not be going to trial.
Ashlee Michelle Mitchell, a Weatherford ISD school bus driver for Durham School Services, was ticketed for driving her bus 22 mph over the speed limit while on duty in Willow Park. According to court documents, children were on the bus when Mitchell was stopped by police.
Sources at Willow Park City Hall said it's not clear whether or not the children on the bus were students.
Mitchell will meet with Willow Park City Prosecutor Jim Minter tonight in municipal court. She could either take a plea deal which would put points on her chauffeur's license and cause her to pay a total of $173.10 in fees and fines or she could choose to take the case to court.
1-20 accident: A Willow Park firefighter cleans debris following an afternoon accident along I-20 near the Lake Weatherford exit Wednesday.
No one was injured in a three-car accident along eastbound Interstate-20 yesterday when a Ford Mustang did not stop in time while traveling in a construction zone.
The accident occurred near exit 415 (the Lake Weatherford exit) when the driver of a Ford Mustang slammed into the rear of a Chevrolet Avalanche which in turn sent the pickup into the pickup in front of it.
According to Willow Park Police Chief Brad Johnson, traffic was stop and go due to construction and the driver of the Mustang could not stop in time as traffic came to a halt.
An ordinance providing for the amendment of Chapter 2, “Animal Control” and Chapter 9, “subdivision” by amending certain articles, definitions, and sections to provide for the adequate and efficient enforcement of animal control laws by the city of Willow Park, Texas; and providing for publication and an effective date.
All Ordinances are available to be read in full at the City of Willow Park Municipal Complex, 516 Ranch House Road, Willow Park, Texas 76087
Yael Hoffman, City Secretary
City of Willow Park 06/18/2010
Aledo and Willow Park Firefighters assisted Silver Creek and Azle firefighters in battling a house fire at 117 Rattling Antler in Silver Creek.
Homeowner James Sagers said his daughter, Jessica, was home at the time the fire started at about 4p.m.
Everyone got out safely. The fire is believed to have started from a lightning strike, but Sgt. Connie Good of the Parker County Fire Marshall's office said an investigation has to take place before that becomes official.
Among the many water and road discussions that are on tonight's Willow Park City Council agenda, one of the new business topics includes an amendment to the city's animal control ordinance.
Mayor Ken Hawkins said the proposal will indicate how many animals citizens can have. According to the agenda, the proposal will include "other provisions for an efficient and enforceable animal control procedure.
The proposal, which is listed third in the new business portion of the meeting, comes after Willow Park residents Bill and Harlene Newhart and Leda Wilson had livestock attacked by dogs owned by their neighbor Gary Stevenson.
The three parties reside near the corner of Buena Vista Drive and Emsley Drive in the northern area of the city.
The Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Willow Park, Texas, will hold a Public Hearing on a Planned Development application for a 4.392 acre tract of land out of the I. & G. N. R.R. Co. Survey, Abstract No. 1821, Parker County, Texas: being all of that certain tract described in Volume 1722, Page 269, and a portion of that certain tract of land described in Volume 2457, Page 1882, Real Records, Parker County, Texas.
DATE: July 6, 2010
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Willow Park City Hall
516 Ranch House Rd.
The property is more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows:
The City of Willow Park Board of Adjustments will hold a Public Hearing on an application from Tomlin-McDavid Properties, Inc., in reference to property Block 68R, El Chico Addition, requesting a variance from City Ordinance No. 542-05, I-20 Overlay, F (1), Orientation and Scale of Primary Structure(s). The requested variance seeks to locate the primary drive entrance to the side of the property.
The Public Hearing will be held on June 30, 2010 beginning at 7:00 pm at the City of Willow Park Municipal Complex, 516 Ranch House Road, Willow Park, TX 76087
If anyone wishes to make their comments know regarding this variance they should attend this Public Hearing or send their written comments to the City Secretary, 516 Ranch House Road, Willow Park, TX 76087