Amarillo area public meetings for the week of Jan. 16

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Tuesday

Amarillo City Council - Possible Quorum

5:30 p.m., Education Room - Globe-News Center, 500 S Buchanan

May assemble for a meeting of the Partners for Development Progress Citizens Advisory Committee.

Wednesday

Amarillo Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors

9 a.m.: Suite 1600, First Bank Southwest Tower, 600 S. Tyler, Suite 1600

Election and appointment of officers; HR&A Economic Development Study Report findings; executive session: deliberation regarding economic development negotiations and discussion regarding commercial or financial information received from a business prospect and/or to deliberate the offer of a financial or other incentive to business prospects in manufacturing, workforce education and/or transportation; deliberate the purchase or sale of real property located in the northeast quadrant of Amarillo; president and CEO evaluation/compensation; discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on Project # 21-02-04 (manufacturing); discuss, consider, and take appropriate action on the purchase of real estate located at U.S. Highway 60 and Parsley Road for approximately $6,647,650.00 plus closing costs and related expenses; Quarterly Investment Report.

Amarillo Firemen's Relief and Retirement Fund Board of Trustees

10 a.m.: City Hall Room 305, 601 S Buchanan St.

Canvassing of election results; board appointments, presentations and Oath of Office; consider approval of the fund’s investment transactions from the previous month as presented by city staff; discuss and consider revenue, expenditures, trading report, bank statements and payments;

Consider termination of retirement benefit for Roy A. Karns and disbursement of surviving spouse benefit and lump sum death benefit; consider an application for refund of retirement contributions for Jonathan D. Stone; consider an update of beneficiary for retired firefighter Timothy D. Carter; discuss and consider a potential Actuarial Study for the impact of a cost-of-living increase for inactive Fund members (Retirees); discuss and consider an Ethics Policy.

Planning and Zoning Commission

3 p.m.: Council Chamber, 601 S Buchanan St.

Work session; consider the following plat/s:

  • E.W. Raef Addition Unit No. 15, an addition to the City of Amarillo, being a replat of Lot 4B, Block 1, E.W. Raef Addition Unit No. 9, and the remaining portion of Lot 3, Block 1, E.W. Raef Addition Unit No. 1, all in Section 125, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey, Potter County. Vicinity: Amarillo Boulevard and Channing Street; applicant: Clifford Williams

  • Fairview Townsite Unit No. 3, an addition to the City of Amarillo, being a replat of Lots 10 and 11, Block 5, Fairview Townsite, in Section 123, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey,

  • Potter County. Vicinity: SE 8th Avenue and Hill Street. Applicant: Santino Castillo.

  • City View Estates Unit No. 21, an addition to the City of Amarillo, being a replat of a portion of Lot 57, Block 35, City View Estates Unit No. 12, in Section 231, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey, Randall County. Vicinity: Farmers Avenue and Western Street. Applicant: Mark Tate for Circle K Stores Inc.

  • Coulter Acre Unit No. 21, a suburban subdivision to the City of Amarillo, being a replat of a portion of Lot 16, Block 1, Coulter Acres, in Section 38, Block 9, B.S.&F. Survey, Randall County. Vicinity: Soncy Road and 81st Avenue. Applicant: Shane Bernard for Bernard & Bernard Real Estate.

Consider the following rezoning/s:

  • A 4.58 acre tract of unplatted land in Section 65, Block 9, B.S.&F. Survey, Randall County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Agricultural District (A) to Residential District 3 (R-3). Vicinity: Soncy Road and Heritage Hills Parkway. Applicant: Seth Williams for P Dub Land Holdings, LTD

  • An 18.89 acre tract of unplatted land in Section 65, Block 9, B.S.&F. Survey, Randall County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Agricultural District (A) to Moderate Density District (MD). Vicinity: Soncy Road and Heritage Hills Parkway. Applicant: Seth Williams for P Dub Land Holdings, LTD

  • Lot 10, Block 5, Edgehill Addition Unit No. 6, an addition to the city of Amarillo, in Section 185, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey, Randall County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Planned Development District 89A (PD-89A) to General Retail District (GR). Vicinity: Georgia Street and SW 35th Avenue. Applicants: Angie Hastie for NL Investments LLC and Shapiro Family Limited Partnership.

  • A 4.88 acre tract of unplatted land in Section 2, Block 9, B.S.&F. Survey, Randall County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Agricultural District (A) to Moderate Density District (MD). Vicinity: Western Street and Sundown Lane. Applicant: Seth Williams for P Dub Land Holdings, LTD

  • A 22.73 acre tract of unplatted land, in Section 2, Block 9, B.S.&F. Survey, Randall County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Agricultural District (A) to Residential District 3 (R-3). Vicinity: Western Street and Sundown Lane. Applicant: Seth Williams for P Dub Land Holdings, LTD

  • A 1.43 acre tract of unplatted land in Section 65, Block 9, B.S.&F. Survey, Randall County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Agricultural District (A) to General Retail District (GR). Vicinity: FM 2186 and FM 2590 (Hollywood Road and Soncy Road). Applicants: Wistenly Alphonse for Circle-K Stores, Inc. and Seth Williams for Soncy Road Investments, LTD

  • A 2.74 acre tract of unplatted land, in Section 65, Block 9, B.S.&F. Survey, Randall County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Agricultural District (A) to General Retail District (GR). Vicinity: Arden Road and Helium Road. Applicants: Wistenly Alphonse for Circle-K Stores, Inc. and Seth Williams for P Dub Land Holdings LTD.

  • Lots 19 and 20, Block 3, Miller Heights Addition, an addition to the city of Amarillo, in Section 168, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey, Potter County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Multiple-Family District 1 (MF1) to General Retail District (GR). Vicinity: NW 9th Avenue and Hughes Street. Applicant: Marcus Hill

Consider the following vacation/s:

  • A 10-foot-wide portion of a Public Utility Easement lying in Lots 6 and 7, Block 8, North Highland Subdivision of the Tartar Addition, an addition to the city of Amarillo, in Section 157, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey, Potter County. Vicinity: Amarillo Boulevard and Garfield Street. Applicant: Spencer Weber for Cross Development.

Thursday

Amarillo Metropolitan Planning Organization

1:30 p.m.: City Hall Room 105, 601 S Buchanan

Discuss and consider Memorandum of Understanding for Fiscal Agent

Roles and Responsibilities; discuss and consider a resolution to adopt revisions to the 2020-2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan, the 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Program and the FY 22 Safety Performance Measures; discuss and consider a resolution to adopt the FY 22 Transit Asset Management Performance Measures; update on Multi Modal Transit Facility; TxDOT update on current construction projects; executive session.

Condemnation Appeals Commission

4 p.m.: Council Chamber, 601 S Buchanan St.

Consider elections of Chair and Vice-Chair; resolution – calling a public hearing to determine whether certain conditions described herein constitute a public nuisance at the locations stated: March 3, 2022, at 4 p.m. to determine whether certain conditions of the properties located at 2202 SE 19th Ave., 1629 Hillcrest, and 804 N Jefferson St. constitute dangerous structures and/or a public nuisance, and whether to order the removal of such; considers ordering the removal of a substandard structure located at 1411 Brook Ave.; considers ordering the removal of substandard structures located at 1101 N Cleveland St.

Amarillo Area Public Health Board

7 p.m.: Simms Municipal Building - Conference Room 275, 808 S. Buchanan St.

Consider Ordinance Chapter 8-5 Food Establishment Scoring Update; discussion: topical update from Health Authority; Animal Management and Welfare; Environmental Health; Public Health; Women Infants and Children Nutrition Program (WIC).

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