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  Pre-Council Agenda


PRE-COUNCIL MEETING
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2014
8:30 A.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 9683:  Proposed Council-Initiated Zoning Changes for Pinetree Estates #2    

     Attachment(s):
 IR 9683- Attached.pdf
 
  

         IR 9684:  Review of Policies and Procedures Being Used for Biosolids Land
                         Application
        

     Attachment(s):
 IR 9684 - Attached.pdf
 
           IR 9685:  Public Notification to Water Customers Regarding Minor Monitoring and
                        Reporting Violation from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
     Attachment(s):
 IR 9685 - Attached.pdf
  
2.    Current Agenda Items - City Council Members
  
3.    Responses to Items Continued from a Previous Week
  
4.    Briefing on I-35 Construction Progress and Public Outreach Efforts - Robert Hinkle, North Tarrant Express Mobility Partners
  
5.    Briefing on Traffic Signal Synchronization - Douglas Wiersig, Transportation and Public Works
  
6.    Briefing on Appeals of Administrative Decisions Not to Accept Certain Applications for Single-Family Residential Building Permits in TCU-Area Moratorium District - Randle Harwood, Planning and Development
  
7.    City Council Requests for Future Agenda Items and/or Reports
  
8.    Executive Session (PRE-COUNCIL CHAMBER) - SEE ATTACHMENT A
   Attachment(s):
 Executive Session Agenda - Attachment A.pdf
  

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