The Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Willow Park, Texas, will hold a Public Hearing on an application to rezone a 2.223 acre tract of land out of the I. & G.N.R.R. Co. Survey, Abstract No. 1821, Parker County, Texas: To be know as Lot 3, Trinity Church Properties, a proposed addition to the City of Willow Park, Parker County, Texas: Being a portion of those certain tracts of land described in Volume 1722, Page 269 and Volume 2457, Page 1882, Real Records, Parker County, Texas from Single Family Residential (R-2 Duplex) and Commercial (C) to Commercial (C).
DATE: June 8, 2010
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Willow Park City Hall
516 Ranch House Rd.
The property is more particularly described as follows:
Neverdouski and Carlisle invited to speak at meeting
A new mayor pro-tem will be elected tonight by the Willow Park City Council at their regular meeting. The second-in-command for the city is chosen by the city council.
Mayor Ken Hawkins said he wants "somebody who has a future with the city." Currently veteran councilman Hale Alderman serves as mayor pro-tem. Hawkins called him "a very valuable asset" to the council.
Amongst discussions on improvements to Ranch House Road, budget reviews and ordinances, Cindy Neverdouski and David Carlisle, who lost their races to the Willow Park City Council a week and a half ago, have been invited to speak to the council by Hawkins and address their proposed municipal goals.
WILLOW PARK CITY COUNCIL
516 RANCH HOUSE ROAD, WILLOW PARK, TEXAS 76087
MONDAY, MAY, 17 2010 at 6:30 P.M.
Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Approval of Minutes
Regular City Council Meeting of April 19, 2010
Special City Council Meeting of May 10, 2010
Strategic Plans and Improvements for the City.
Discussion/Action – Ordinance No. ____; An Ordinance Canvassing and Declaring the Results of the General Election Conducted May 8, 2010 (Mayor Hawkins)
Discussion/Action – Administering Oath of Office to the Newly Elected Municipal Officials (Mayor Hawkins)
Discussion/Action – Election of the Mayor Pro-tem by the Governing Body (Mayor Hawkins)
In the late afternoon the Willow Park Mayor addressed his decision to remove citizen comments from the agenda of city council meetings, but by Monday evening had come up with a solution to give what he called the correct procedure.
For the past two months, March and April, Hawkins used his mayoral power to remove the citizen comment portion of the city council agenda. The reason, he said, was because citizens were not addressing current agenda items.
An ordinance amending certain dates for extended hours early voting as se in ordinance No. 611-10 adopted by the willow park city council on February 15, 2010; providing for a publication of notice; and, providing for an effective date.
An ordinance ordering a municipal election to be held on May 8, 2010 for the election of certain municipal officers for the city of willow park, council members: place 3, place 4, and place5; designating a polling place within the municipal limits; appointing a presiding election judge an alternate presiding election judge; establishing other procedures for the conduct of the election; providing a severability clause; providing for publication of notice; and providing for an effective date.