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Haltom City, TX  76117
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All Park Trails Closed Due to Flooding

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Notices

Utility Billing Office Closed on Jan 11, 2018

The FATHOM Customer Service Center opened at 8:00 a.m. on January 15, 2018 at 5417 Stanley Keller Rd. Payments can also be made at https://haltomcity.U2YOU.gwfathom.com or by calling 833-764-5239.

More information on the FATHOM transition can be found here. We appreciate your patience during this transition.

TEXRAIL Construction - Feb 26-28

TEXRAIL will have a full closure of Glenview Drive, between Haltom Road and Denton Highway, Monday, February 26 - Wednesday, February 28.

October 9, 2017 City Council Minutes

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HALTOM CITY COUNCIL MEETING CITY HALL, 5024 BROADWAY AVENUE

October 9, 2017

A Regular Meeting by the City Council of the City of Haltom City, Texas, was held on October 9, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, 5024 Broadway Avenue, Haltom City, Texas, with the following members present:

Mayor Pro Tem Dr. An Truong Council Place 1 Jeannine Nunn

Council Place 2 Walter Grow Council Place 4 Trae Fowler

Council Place 5 Bob Watkins Council Place 6 Ricky Brown Mayor David Averitt was absent.

Staff Present: Keith Lane, City Manager; Rex Phelps, Assistant City Manager; Wayne Olson, City Attorney; Art Camacho, City Secretary; Glenna Batchelor, Interim Planning and Community Development Director; Sidonna Foust, Customer Services Director, and Jennifer Fung, Finance Director.

WORKSESSION

CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Pro Tem Truong called the Worksession to order at 6:00 p.m. City Manager Keith Lane presented four different procedures regarding the placement of items on the agenda and this will be discussed further. There were no questions regarding the Regular Agenda. The Council went into Executive Session at 6:13 p.m.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code

As authorized by Section 551.071, the City Council reserves the right to adjourn into Executive Session at any time during the course of this meeting to seek legal advice from the City Attorney about any matters listed on the agenda, in addition to the following matters:

Consultation with the City Attorney pertaining to any matter in which the duty of the City Attorney under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct which may conflict with the Open Meetings Act; including discussion of any item posted on the Agenda; to seek legal advice on open meetings, open records, dissolution/restructuring of the Haltom City Economic Development Corporation, NEO playing fields property, and pending litigation and settlement offers for the following cases:

  • Flynn v. Haltom City EDC

  • James H. Watson v. City of Haltom City

  • Amer Ozzie v. City of Haltom City

    Section 551.072 – Deliberations about Real Property

    Deliberation regarding the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property owned or leased by the City, including city buildings.

    The Executive Session ended at 6:32 p.m.

    REGULAR MEETING

    CALL TO ORDER

    Mayor Pro Tem Truong called the meeting to order at 7:08 p.m.

    INVOCATION/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    Council Member Walter Grow gave the Invocation, led the Pledge of Allegiance and the Texas Flag Pledge.

    ANNOUNCEMENTS/EVENTS – City Secretary Art Camacho read the following:

    • Open House for the Fire Department will be held on October 14th.

    • Haltom Halloween will be on Saturday, October 28th at the HC Rec Center.

    • Youth Basketball registration will be October 16th to November 22nd.

    • Live Tobacco Free is continuing at the Rec Center through October 24th.

    • HC Senior Center will be visited by the Carter Eye Center on October 12th.

    • Public Library activities from the website and the annual Howling Halloween will be held on Monday, October 30th.

    • Carson Street Bridge Closings will be forthcoming and the information will be posted on the city website.

    • The Crud Cruiser will be at the parking lot of the Public Library on Saturday, October 28th.

REGULAR AGENDA

  1. Minutes – Consideration and/or action regarding approval of the Minutes of the meeting of September 25, 2017. Council Member Fowler moved, seconded by Council Member Grow, to approve the minutes of the September 25, 2017 Council meeting. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  2. Reimbursement Resolution – Consideration and/or action to approve Resolution No. R-2017-027-03 establishing the city’s intention to reimburse itself for the prior lawful expenditure of funds relating to constructing various city improvements from the proceeds of tax-exempt obligations to be issued by the city for authorized purposes; authorizing other matters incident and related thereto; and providing an effective date. Finance Director Jennifer Fung presented the resolution and Council Member Grow moved, seconded by Council Member Fowler, to adopt a resolution relating to establishing the city’s intention to reimburse itself from the prior lawful expenditure of funds. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  3. Ordinance No. O-2017-025-15 (Z-013-16) –Consideration and/or action on the application of Al Karmali for a Zoning Change request from “C-2/C-3” Commercial District to “PD” Planned Development for all “C-2” uses plus Hotel (excluding extended stay) use located on Lot 2, Block 1, Haltom Crossing, being approximately 2.339 acres east of Haltom Road, north of Northern Cross Boulevard, south of NE Loop 820 and west of Old Denton Road, locally known as 5040 NE Loop 820 – 2nd Reading. Interim Planning and Community Development Director Glenna Batchelor presented the second reading and a discussion was held regarding the timeline of the project. Council Member Fowler moved, seconded by Council Member Watkins, to approve Ordinance No. O-2017-025-15 (Z-013-16) – second reading. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  4. Replat (P-013-16) - Consider action on the application of Kevin Duvall for approval of a replat creating Lot 2R, Block 3, Huntington Park Addition from Lots 2, 3 and 4, Block 4, Huntington Park Addition, located in the “C-3” Commercial District, containing approximately 2.54 acres, and locally known as 5180 Western Center Boulevard. Interim Planning and Community Development Director Glenna Batchelor presented the replat and a discussion was held regarding the building capacity and parking lot area. Mayor Pro Tem Truong opened the Public Hearing at 7:16 p.m. and Kevin Duvall, Pastor of Victory Life Pentecostal Church, provided additional information regarding their current status and future development plans. No other citizen came forward. Mayor Pro Tem Truong closed the Public Hearing at 7:19 p.m. Council Member

    Watkins moved, seconded by Council Member Nunn, to approve Replat (P-013-16).

    The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  5. Ordinance No. O-2017-021-15 Z-007-17 – Reconsider action on the application of Hudson’s Mobile Glass Service, Inc. for a Zoning Change request from “C-3” Commercial District to “C-4” Commercial District located on Lot 4 W54’3, Block 3, Earles Addition, being approximately 0.3928 acres located north of NE 28th Street and east of Harris Lane, locally known as 4803 NE 28th Street (TAD shows 4807 NE 28th Street). Interim Planning and Community Development Director Glenna Batchelor gave a review of the previous action concerning this agenda item and a discussion was held regarding the allowable zoning for pawn shop businesses and a statement by Mayor Averitt in opposition to this agenda item was read by City Manager Keith Lane. Council Members Nunn and Grow also spoke against the approval of the application. Mayor Pro Tem Truong opened the Public Hearing at 7:46 p.m. and Ryan Mojahed and Chuck Mitchell, of Cash Pawn America, both approached the Council in regard for reconsideration of the application, citing building improvements to be made on their current site and the proposed property, and also their company policy on acceptance of items that may be deemed questionable on their legitimacy. Darren Hudson, of Hudson’s Mobile Glass, also addressed the Council on not coming forward at the last Council meeting concerning this application and thought it unnecessary when it was approved unanimously by the Planning and Zoning Commission. He also stated his intent on improving the building he is wanting to acquire. A discussion was held on a zoning change from a “C-3” to a “PD” (Planned Development). Mayor Pro Tem Truong closed the Public Hearing at 8:15 p.m. Council Member Watkins moved, seconded by Council Member Fowler, to deny the case without prejudice and allow the applicant to reapply as a Planned Development. Council Members Watkins and Fowler voted aye. Mayor Pro Tem Truong and Council Members Nunn, Grow and Brown voted nay. Motion failed.

  6. Animal Advisory Committee Amendment – Conduct a public hearing and consideration and/or action to approve Ordinance No. O-2017-027-01 amending the Animal Advisory Committee – 1st Reading. City Manager Keith Lane presented the ordinance and Mayor Pro Tem Truong opened the Public Hearing at 8:23 p.m. No one came forward. Mayor Pro Tem Truong closed the Public Hearing at 8:24 p.m. Council Member Watkins moved, seconded by Council Member Grow, to approve Ordinance No. O-2017-027-01 – first reading. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  7. Waste Connections Rate Increase – Consideration and/or action to approve a rate increase for Waste Connections, effective November 1, 2017. Council Member bob Watkins recused himself from this item because of his business affiliation with Waste Connections. Sidonna Foust, Customer Service Director, presented the agenda item and Norm Bulaich, Waste Connections Service Representative, also provided additional information. A discussion was held regarding the 3% projected increase. Council Member Fowler moved, seconded by Council Member Grow, to approve the rate increase for Waste Connections in the amount of 3% for commercial and residential rates for waste services. The vote was unanimous, with Council Member Watkins recused from the voting. Motion carried. Council Member Watkins returned to the Council dais.

    VISITORS/CITIZENS FORUM

    Citizen David Dang addressed the Council in regard to his projected business park expansion and the expected retail revenue. He also expressed thanks and regards

    toward a contribution to the Veterans Memorial project with a possible special recognition to the Vietnam War. Members of the Tarrant County Vietnamese Community - Diem Ho, Chairman, and members Chow Pham, Tuyet Pham, Hieu (Tony) Nguyen – also came forward to express their thanks to Haltom City and also expressed a tribute toward recognition at the Veterans Memorial.

    BOARDS/COMMISSIONS

  8. Resignations of Board Members – Consider approval of the resignations of Board/Commission Members. There were no resignations.

  9. Appointment/Reappointment to Boards and Commissions – Consider approval regarding appointments to Boards/Commissions. Council Member Watkins moved to reappoint David Averitt, Trae Fowler, and Don Jury to the EDC. The reappointments were approved unanimously with Council Member Fowler abstaining.

  10. Attendance Requirements – Consideration regarding excused absences of Council Members according to Article III, Sec. 3.07 (a). Attendance Requirements of the Haltom City Charter. Council Member Grow moved to have Mayor Averitt’s absence excused. The absence was excused unanimously.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

There was no Executive Session.

ADJOURNMENT

Mayor Pro Tem Truong adjourned the meeting at 8:47 p.m. RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED BY: APPROVED BY:

Art Camacho, City Secretary David Averitt, Mayor

 

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October 10, 2017 City Council/EDC Minutes

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JOINT MEETING OF THE HALTOM CITY COUNCIL AND THE HALTOM CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION HALTOM NORTHEAST CENTER, 3201 FRIENDLY LANE

October 10, 2017

A Joint Meeting of the City Council of Haltom City and the Haltom City Economic Development Corporation was held on October 10, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. at the Northeast Center, 3201 Friendly Lane, Haltom City, Texas, with the following members present, to-wit:

Mayor David Averitt (EDC President) Mayor Pro-Tem An Truong Council Place 1 Jeannine Nunn Council Place 2 Walter Grow

Council Place 5 Bob Watkins (EDC) Council Place 6 Ricky Brown (EDC) EDC Member Don Jury EDC Member Wesley Hart

EDC Member Gary Blocker

Council Member Place 4 and EDC Member Trae Fowler was absent.

Staff Present: Keith Lane, City Manager; Rex Phelps, Assistant City Manager; City Attorney James Donovan; Art Camacho, City Secretary, and Interim Planning and Community Development Director Glenna Batchelor.

CALL TO ORDER

Mayor David Averitt called the Council/EDC joint meeting to order at 6:03 p.m.

  1. Discussion on amending the ethics policy in regard to prohibition of land sales to or from current or former members of the City Council and the Haltom City Economic Development Corporation, and any of their associated business entities, within a period of ten years.

    City Manager/EDC Director Keith Lane presented proposed changes from the previous policy and a discussion was held changing the ten-year time period on noninvolvement to a time of three to five years on the basis of the lack of appeal for potential citizens for Council or EDC service and the standard time allotment for most corporation entities. In addition, the subject of complete open disclosure for any sale of property and the pursuit of the total sale of all EDC owned property was discussed.

  2. Discussion concerning the future of the Haltom City Economic Development Corp. The Council/EDC discussed the property marketing plan, the current and future work by Trent Petty and Associates, and the effect of the new business projects on Loop 820. The subject of the advantage of property ownership, in particular the 43 acres off Haltom Road, business promotions, and the possible future hiring of an economic director was discussed.

ADJOURNMENT

Mayor/EDC President Averitt adjourned the Council/EDC joint meeting at 7:48 p.m. RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED BY: APPROVED BY:

Art Camacho, City Secretary David Averitt, Mayor

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September 25, 2017 City Council Minutes

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HALTOM CITY COUNCIL MEETING CITY HALL

5024 BROADWAY AVENUE

September 25, 2017

A Regular Meeting by the City Council of the City of Haltom City, Texas, was held on September 25, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, 5024 Broadway Avenue, Haltom City, Texas, with the following members present:

Mayor David Averitt Mayor Pro Tem Dr. An Truong

Council Place 1 Jeannine Nunn Council Place 2 Walter Grow

Council Place 4 Trae Fowler Council Place 5 Bob Watkins Council Place 6 Ricky Brown

Staff Present: Keith Lane, City Manager; Rex Phelps, Assistant City Manager; Wayne Olson, City Attorney; Art Camacho, City Secretary; Glenna Batchelor, Interim Planning and Community Development Director; Police Chief Cody Phillips; Jennifer Fung, Finance Director, and Greg Van Nieuwenhuize, Public Works Director.

WORKSESSION

CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Averitt called the Worksession to order at 6:00 p.m. The amending of the Animal Advisory Committee regarding the addition of an alternate member through an ordinance was discussed and will be presented at the next Council meeting. Parks and Recreation Director Christi Pruitt presented a PowerPoint showing the Veterans Memorial Park construction and the scheduled grand opening for November 11, 2017. Finance Director Jennifer Fung presented the monthly financial report with the fund balances as the fiscal year comes to a close next month. There were no questions regarding the Regular Agenda. The Council went into Executive Session at 6:25 p.m.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code

As authorized by Section 551.071, the City Council reserves the right to adjourn into Executive Session at any time during the course of this meeting to seek legal advice from the City Attorney about any matters listed on the agenda, in addition to the following matters:

Consultation with the City Attorney pertaining to any matter in which the duty of the City Attorney under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct which may conflict with the Open Meetings Act; including discussion of any item posted on the Agenda; to seek legal advice on open meetings, open records, dissolution/restructuring of the Haltom City Economic Development Corporation, NEO playing fields property, and pending litigation and settlement offers for the following cases:

  • Flynn v. Haltom City EDC

  • James H. Watson v. City of Haltom City

  • Tarrant County, et al v. Richard J. Westfall/City of Haltom City

  • Amer Ozzie v. City of Haltom City

    Section 551.072 – Deliberations about Real Property

    Deliberation regarding the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property owned or leased by the City, including city buildings.

    Section 551.074 - Personnel

    Deliberation regarding the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee:

  • Fire Marshal

The Executive Session ended at 7:03 p.m.

REGULAR MEETING

CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Averitt called the meeting to order at 7:08 p.m.

INVOCATION/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Council Member Jeannine Nunn gave the Invocation, led the Pledge of Allegiance and the Texas Flag Pledge.

ANNOUNCEMENTS/EVENTS – City Secretary Art Camacho read the following:

Open House – The Haltom City Fire Department will be having an Open House on Saturday, October 14th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Activities will include a Kids Safety House and Mini Fire Engine Rides, “Jaws of Life” demonstration, Hands-Only CPR Training, Fire Extinguisher demonstrations, refreshments and giveaways.

Community Projects

Join Keep Haltom City Beautiful on Saturday, September 30th from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the Trinity Trash Bash at Little Fossil Park. Online registration available at the city website. If you are interested in serving on the Beautification Board, please fill out an application on the city website.

Everyone is invited to the “Health Fiesta” on Saturday, September 30th from 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Bethesda Community Church. This family event will offer mammograms, flu vaccines, medical screenings for diabetes, colon cancer, dental and vision screenings all for FREE. Food items and winter coats for children while supplies last, so get there early! Live Tobacco Free! Tarrant County Public Health is offering a FREE 4-week tobacco cessation program in Haltom City beginning Tuesday, October 2nd. Classes will be at the Rec Center from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Class size is limited and you must pre-register. More details on the city website.

Haltom Halloween is Saturday, October 28th from 2 to 5 pm at the Haltom City Rec Center. Bounce houses, obstacle courses, face painting, crafts, and more will keep the whole family entertained for Halloween fun. The Costume Contest for ages 2 to 10 begins at 3:30 p.m. The Rec Center is also asking for donations of individually wrapped, non- melting candy to help fill up the bags we give to all children at the event. Anyone donating at least 2 bags of candy will be entered in a drawing to win a $50 Recreation Center gift certificate! All donations are needed by Oct. 21st. Thanks for your help.

HC Senior Center – The Carter Eye Center will be at the Senior Center on Thursday, October 12th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to conduct vision screenings for seniors.

The Aging Mastery Program will be holding classes every Tuesday from 12:30 – 1:45

p.m. starting October 3rd to December 15th. This program encourages mastery, which is developing behaviors that lead to improved health, stronger financial security, and overall well-being. Limited spots are available, donations are appreciated.

Annual Arts & Crafts Fair – The Haltom Senior Center will be hosting its annual Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, October 14th from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. which will feature yard art, holiday wreaths, jewellery, wood crafts, and more. The event will also include a barbeque lunch and a performance by the Ft. Worth Ballet Folklorico.

Public Library - Teen Programs, Family Movie Night, Adult GED Classes and other Library activities are listed on the Library’s website. The Library will be closed for staff training on Friday, October 13th. The annual Howling Halloween will be held Monday, October 30th.

Friends of the HC Public Library made an announcement regarding National Friends of the Library Week, a fundraiser at Applebee’s on October 21st, and thanked the Council for their support of the library.

REGULAR AGENDA

  1. Minutes – Consideration and/or action regarding approval of the Minutes of the meeting of September 11, 2017. Council Member Watkins moved, seconded by Council Member Nunn, to approve the minutes of the September 11, 2017 Council meeting. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  2. Ordinance No. O-2017-022-15 CU-011-17 – Consideration and/or action on the application of David Barber, on behalf of Alrito Properties Corporation, requesting approval of a Conditional Use Permit for office warehouse and contractor’s office (w/shop and garage) uses in the “C-3” Commercial District located on W126.5’ of Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 32, Meadow Oaks Addition-Haltom, being approximately 0.73 acres south of Broadway Avenue, east of Haltom Road and west of Rita Lane, having the approximate address of 5126 Broadway Avenue (units A-N). 2nd Reading. Interim Planning and Community Development Director Glenna Batchelor presented the ordinance and a discussion was held regarding the non-existent sprinkling system, overnight parking, and signage above the overhead doors. David Barber, of Formation Real Estate, also presented additional information regarding the signage and landscaping. Council Member Fowler moved, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Truong, to approve Ordinance No. O-2017-022-15 - CU-011-17, with the two previous modifications and recommendations, and the signage will not exceed 1’ x 6’ centered on all the overhead doors – second reading. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  3. Final Plat (P-017-16) – Consideration and/or action on the application of Al Karmali for approval of a final plat creating Lots 2, 3 and 4, Block 1, Haltom Crossing from W. Screech Survey, Abstract 1416, G.B. Stanley Survey, Abstract 1378 and A. Hood Survey, Abstract 682, located in the “C-2/C-3” Commercial Districts, containing approximately 3.911 acres, and locally known as 5020, 5030, and 5040 NE Loop 820. Interim Planning and Community Development Director Glenna Batchelor presented the plat and a discussion was held regarding the change in the flood plain area and the cooperation of the developer. Mayor Pro Tem Truong moved, seconded by Council Member Watkins, to approve Final Plat (P-017-16) on properties located at 5020, 5030, and 5040 NE Loop 820. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  4. Ordinance No. O-2017-025-15 (Z-013-16) – Conduct a public hearing and consideration and/or action on the application of Al Karmali for a Zoning Change request from “C-2/C-3” Commercial District to “PD” Planned Development for all “C-2” uses plus Hotel (excluding extended stay) use located on Lot 2, Block 1, Haltom Crossing, being approximately 2.339 acres east of Haltom Road, north of Northern Cross Boulevard, south of NE Loop 820 and west of Old Denton Road, locally known as 5040 NE Loop 820 – 1st Reading. Interim Planning and Community Development Director Glenna Batchelor presented the ordinance and a discussion was held regarding the status of the agreement with the developer and the EDC. Mayor Averitt opened the Public Hearing at 7:40 p.m. No citizen came forward. Mayor Averitt closed the Public Hearing at 7:41 p.m. Council Member Fowler moved, seconded by Council Member Nunn, to approve Ordinance No. O-2017-025-15 (Z-013-16) – first reading. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  5. Final Plat (P-002-17) – Consideration and/or action on the application of Barry Rolfing for approval of a final plat creating Lot 1, Block 1, Dallas Lite & Barricade Addition from Tracts 19, 19B and 19B1, Abstract 472, John W Elliston Survey, located in the “M-2” Heavy Industrial District, containing approximately 4.685 acres, and locally known as

    2822 North Beach Street. Interim Planning and Community Development Director Glenna Batchelor presented the plat and a discussion was held regarding hours of operation, building façade remodeling, and additional landscaping improvements. Mr. Rolfing addressed the Council to assure the Council of the building façade, roof and wall renovations, and landscape improvements. Council Member Fowler moved, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Truong, to approve Final Plat (P-002-17) for Dallas Lite and Barricade, Lot 1, Block 1. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  6. Reserve Officers Appointment – Consideration and/or action to approve the resolution to appoint reserve police officers for the City of Haltom City. Police Chief Cody Phillips presented the resolution and the specifics of the reserve service of the officers was discussed. Council Member Grow moved, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Truong, to approve the resolution to appoint reserved police officers for the City of Haltom City. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  7. Fire Marshal Position – Consideration and/or action regarding approval of Resolution No. R-2017-028-02 amending the definition of “Sworn Employee” (City Charter, Section 11.02) to exclude the Fire Marshal position from the “Sworn Employee” definition. City Manager Keith Lane presented the resolution and a discussion was held regarding the specific amendment change. Council Member Grow moved, seconded by Council Member Watkins, to approve Resolution No. R-2017-028-02 amending the definition of Sworn Employee to exclude the Fire Marshal. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried.

  8. Revision of Ethics Policy – Consideration and/or action to approve Ordinance No. O- 2017-026-01, amending the ethics policy in regard to prohibition of land sales to current or former members of the City Council and the HC EDC, and any of their associated business entities, within a period of ten years. Council Member Walter Grow stated he presented this agenda item to alleviate concerns from citizens concerning the ethics of both the Council and EDC members in regard to future personal land business dealings. A discussion was held regarding the ten-year time restriction, the lack of information for EDC members, available properties owned by both the city and the EDC, the possible abolishment of the 3/8 cent sales tax, and the scheduling of a joint meeting for further discussion on this subject. Council Member Grow moved, seconded by Council Member Watkins, to table this agenda item until a joint meeting with the EDC is held. The vote was unanimous. Motion carried. A joint meeting is scheduled for the second week of October 2017.

    VISITORS/CITIZENS FORUM

    No citizen came forward.

    BOARDS/COMMISSIONS

  9. Resignations of Board Members – Consider approval of the resignations of Board/Commission Members. There were no resignations.

  10. Appointment/Reappointment to Boards and Commissions – Consider approval regarding appointments to Boards/Commissions. Council Member Nunn reappointed Council Member Watkins to the Animal Advisory Committee. The reappointment was approved unanimously with Council Member Watkins abstaining. Mayor Averitt reappointed current members Marilee Wells, Dr. William Anderson, and Marian Hilliard and newly appointed Kevin Cleveland to the Animal Advisory Committee. The reappointments and new appointment were approved unanimously.

    Mayor Averitt reappointed Leticia Aguilar, Sandra Tork, Don Lemaster, and Willis Nelson to the Housing Authority Board. The reappointments were approved unanimously.

  11. Attendance Requirements – Consideration regarding excused absences of Council Members according to Article III, Sec. 3.07 (a). Attendance Requirements of the Haltom City Charter. There were no absences.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

There was no Executive Session.

ADJOURNMENT

Mayor Averitt adjourned the meeting at 8:15 p.m. RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED BY: APPROVED BY:

Art Camacho, City Secretary David Averitt, Mayor

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