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  Pre-Council Agenda


PRE-COUNCIL MEETING
TUESDAY, JULY 28, 2015
3:00 P M
PRE-COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL
1000 THROCKMORTON 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 9774: 15 Year Budget History - Human Resources

     Attachment(s):
 IR 9774 - Attached.pdf
 
  

        IR 9775:  15 Year Budget History - Group Health and Life Insurance Fund

     Attachment(s):
 IR 9775 - Attached.pdf
 
           IR 9776:  15 Year Budget History - Unemployment Fund
     Attachment(s):
 IR 9776 - Attached.pdf
 
           IR 9777:  15 Year Budget History - Workers' Compensation Fund
     Attachment(s):
 IR 9777 - Attached.pdf
 
           IR 9778:  15 Year Budget History - Financial Management Services
     Attachment(s):
 IR 9778 - Attached.pdf
 
           IR 9779:  15 Year Budget History - Office Services Fund
     Attachment(s):
 IR 9779 - Attached.pdf
 
           IR 9780:  Water Department FY2016 Projected Revenue Requirements
     Attachment(s):
 IR 9780 - Attached.pdf
 
           IR 9781:  Non-Insurance Internal Service Funds Reserve Policies
     Attachment(s):
 IR 9781 - Attached .pdf
 
           IR 9782:  Police and Fire Response Times
     Attachment(s):
 IR 9782 - Attached.pdf
  
2.    Current Agenda Items - City Council Members
  
3.    Responses to Items Continued from a Previous Week
 
   a.     ZC-15-016   -   (Council District 2 – Sal Espino) - City of Fort Worth Planning & Development-Lincoln Avenue, 2501 & 2503 Lincoln Avenue; from: "FR" General Commercial Restricted to: "PD/E" Planned Development for "E" Neighborhood Commercial with no alcohol sales; site plan required. (Recommended for Approval as Amended by the Zoning Commission to PD/ER and to specify lighting and waive landscaping in rear bufferyard) (Continued from June 16, 2015 by Council Member Zimmerman for Mayor Pro Tem Espino)
 
   b.     ZC-15-071   -   (Council District 8 – Kelly Allen Gray) - Recovery Resource Council, 2750 Nies Street (SH 121); from: " B" Two-Family to: " E" Neighborhood Commercial (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from June 16, 2015 by Council Member Allen Gray)
 
   c.     ZC-15-072   -   (Council District 5 – Gyna Bivens) - Handley Church of Christ, 3029 Handley Drive, 3000 & 3012 Halbert Street; from: " A-5" One-Family to: " PD/SU" Planned Development/Specific Use for event center with alcohol sales & restaurant; site plan waiver recommended. (Recommended for Approval by the Zoning Commission) (Continued from June 16, 2015 by Council Member Bivens)
  
4.    Council Proposal No. 304 - Street Name Change for Portion of East Hattie Street between Main Street and South Freeway (IH-35) and Waiver of Associated Fees - Council Member Ann Zadeh and Council Member Kelly Allen Gray
   Attachment(s):
 Council Proposal No. 304 - Attached.pdf
  
5.    Update on Neighborhood Empowerment Zone Program - Randle Harwood, Planning and Development
  
6.    Briefing on Classification and Compensation Study Results - Brian Dickerson, Human Resources
  
7.    Briefing on Multi-Purpose Arena Financing Plan and Master Plan - Susan Alanis, City Manager's Office
  
8.    Presentation on Proposed Economic Development Agreement with University Holdings, LLC, for a Hotel Development on the 1000 Block of University Drive - Ana Alvarado, Economic Development
  
9.    City Council Requests for Future Agenda Items and/or Reports
  
10.    Executive Session (PRE-COUNCIL CHAMBER) - SEE ATTACHMENT A
   Attachment(s):
 Executive Session Agenda - Attachment A.pdf
  

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