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AUDIT COMMITTEE MEETING
TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019
1:00 P.M.
CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL, ROOM 290
200 TEXAS STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS


FORT WORTH LOCAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION MEETING
TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019
2:00 P.M.
CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL, ROOM 290
200 TEXAS STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS


CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION
TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 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 10248:  Authorize Amendment No. 1 to Economic Development Program with
                         Parker-Hannifin Corporation to Extend the Completion Deadline  
     Attachment(s):
 IR 10248 - ParkerHannifin Contract Amend1.pdf
 
           IR 10249:  January 2019 Sales Tax Update    
     Attachment(s):
 IR 10249 - January 2019 Sales Tax Update.pdf
 
           IR 10250:  Monthly Development Activity Report  
     Attachment(s):
 IR 10250 - Monthly DAR with Attachment.pdf
  
2.    Current Agenda Items - City Council Members
  
3.    Responses to Items Continued from a Previous Week
 
   a.     ZC-19-008   -   (Council District 7 – Dennis Shingleton) – CADG WS44, LLC, 4621 Keller Hicks Road; From: " A-5" One-Family and " I" Light Industrial To: " A-5" One-Family (Applicant request); PD/A-5 Planned Development for " A-5" One-Family uses and to add development standards for screening and buffering to the north with a location exhibit; site plan waived (Zoning Commission recommendation) 44.13 acres (Recommended for Approval as Amended by the Zoning Commission to PD/A-5 plus development standards for a landscape buffer on the north property line to include: In an area approximately 1300 feet from the northeast corner toward the Tri County property and approximately 150 to the south: a minimum width 50 foot buffer; an 8 foot berm and/or an 8 foot masonry or concrete wall, either of which shall be 8 ft. minimum; landscaping within the buffer to include large 4" caliper trees planted a maximum 30 ft. apart; with an open style wrought iron fence installed on the southern line of the buffer. In an area approximately 450 feet on the southern boundary of the Tri County property: a minimum width 10 foot buffer; an 8 foot berm and/or an 8 foot masonry or concrete wall, either of which shall be 8 ft. minimum; landscaping within the buffer to include large 4" caliper trees planted a maximum of 30 ft. apart with 5 gallon shrubs installed every 3 ft. between the trees. If an easement is required or existing, the berm or masonry wall will be installed on either the northern or southern boundary of the easement to ensure that a vertical screen is provided between the residential and industrial uses • Buffer area attached as Exhibit A) (Continued from March 5, 2019 by Mayor Pro-Tem Shingleton)
 
   b.     ZC-18-177   -   (All Council Districts) - City of Fort Worth Planning & Development, Text Amendment: Create Conditional Use Permit: An Ordinance amending the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the City of Fort Worth, being Ordinance No. 21653, as amended, codified as Appendix " A" of the Code of The City of Fort Worth (2015), by amending: Chapter 4, " District Regulations" to amend:

• Article 1, " General" To Add Conditional Use Permit to the list of districts established;
• Article 3, " Planned Development " PD" District" to revise language in conformance with the creation of Conditional Use Permits;
• Article 4 " Overlay Districts" To Add Section 4.407 " Conditional Use Permit" to provide for regulations and processes applicable to Conditional Use Permits;
• Articles 6, 8, and 12, " Residential Use Table," " Nonresidential District Use Table" and " Form-Based Districts" respectively to remove special exception designations and replace with Conditional Use Permit Designations; and
• To Amend Chapter 5, " Supplemental Use Standards" to add certain uses and standards in conformance with the creation of the " Conditional Use Permit"

To review the proposed amendments: http://fortworthtexas.gov/zoning/cases/ (Recommended for Approval as Amended by the Zoning Commission to amend section 5.149 to provide that if an application for a PD is on file before the adoption of this amendment, the use will be legal conforming and make an addition to the non residential use chart to identify indoor recycling allowed in I, J and K districts) (Continued from March 5, 2019 by Council Member Jordan)
  
4.    Presentation of the Fiscal Year 2018 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report - Kevin Gunn, Financial Management Services and Kevin Sanford, Weaver
  
5.    Presentation on Proposed Tax Abatement Agreement with Winner, LLC for Expansion of the Facebook Data Center on Property Located at 14100 Park Vista Boulevard - Robert Sturns, Economic Development
  
6.    Presentation on Proposed Economic Development Program Agreement with FW Museum District Resort Partners, LLC for Development of a 21c Museum Hotel on Property Located at the Northwest Corner of Camp Bowie Boulevard and Van Cliburn Way - Michael Hennig, Economic Development
  
7.    Briefing and Plan on Staffing Study for the Police and Code Compliance Departments - Lynda Johnson, Performance and Budget, Jay Chapa and Valerie Washington, City Manager's Office
  
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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