Print Agenda M&C Council Dates:   
  Pre-Council Agenda


AUDIT COMMITTEE MEETING
TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019
1:00 P.M.
CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL, ROOM 290
200 TEXAS STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS

CENTRAL CITY LOCAL GOVERNMENT CORPORATION MEETING
TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019
2:00 P.M.
CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL, ROOM 290
200 TEXAS STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS

LONE STAR LOCAL GOVERNMENT CORPORATION MEETING
TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019
(IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE CENTRAL CITY LOCAL GOVERNMENT CORPORATION)
CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL, ROOM 290
200 TEXAS STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS

FORT WORTH LOCAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION MEETING
TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019
(IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE LONE STAR LOCAL GOVERNMENT CORPORATION MEETING)
CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL, ROOM 290
200 TEXAS STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS

CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION
TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019
3:00 P.M.
CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL, ROOM 290
200 TEXAS STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS


1.    Report of the City Manager - David Cooke, City Manager
 
  

a. Changes to the City Council Agenda
b. Upcoming and Recent Events
c. Organizational Updates and Employee Recognition(s)
d. Informal Reports
        IR 10275:  Monthly Development Activity Report

     Attachment(s):
 IR 10275 - Monthly Development Activity Report.pdf
 
           IR 10276:  Update on Recent Pension Changes
     Attachment(s):
 IR 10276 - Update on Recent Pension Changes.pdf
 
           IR 10277:  Revenue Manual Development
     Attachment(s):
 IR 10277 - Revenue Manual Development.pdf
 
  

        IR 10278:  Proposed Council-Initiated Zoning Changes
                          to Create Stop Six Design District for Single Family Development in
                          Council District 5

     Attachment(s):
 IR 10278 - Stop Six Design District 5.pdf
  
2.    Current Agenda Items - City Council Members
  
3.    Responses to Items Continued from a Previous Week
 
   a.     M&C L-16193   -   (Future Council District 7) - Authorize Execution of Municipal Services Agreement for the Proposed Owner-Initiated Annexation of Approximately 55.29 Acres of Land in Denton County, Located North of Alliance Airport, South of Highway 114 and West of the Texas Motor Speedway, in the Far North Planning Sector, AX-18-006 (Continued from March 19, 2019 by Staff)
 
   b.     M&C L-16194   -   (Future Council District 7) - Adopt Ordinance for the Owner-Initiated Annexation of Approximately 55.29 Acres of Land in Denton County, Located North of Alliance Airport, South of Highway 114 and West of the Texas Motor Speedway, in the Far North Planning Sector, AX-18-006 (Continued from March 19, 2019 by Staff)
 
   c.     ZC-18-169   -  

(Council District 7 – Dennis Shingleton) - Jerry and William Wilson, 15000 block FM 156/2250 Texan Drive; From: Unzoned To: " I" Light Industrial/Fort Worth Alliance Airport Overlay 51.48 acres (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from March 19, 2019 by Staff)

  
4.    Briefing on Dallas/Fort Worth Airport – 2019 Debt Financing Program - Chris Poinsatte and Michael Phemister, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
  
5.    Annual MedStar Update - Doug Hooten, Medstar
  
6.    Annual Briefing by Fort Worth Sister Cities International - Veronica Chavez Law and Mae Ferguson, Fort Worth Sister Cities International
  
7.    Presentation on the City's Data Security Program - Kevin Gunn, Financial Management Services
  
8.    City Council Requests for Future Agenda Items and/or Reports
  
9.    Executive Session (CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL, ROOM 290) - SEE ATTACHMENT A
   Attachment(s):
 Executive Session Agenda - Attachment A.pdf
  

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