Updated: Nov 8, 2020
Two big announcements:
This council has never had a meaningful discussion on density. That changes Monday. See details below
In other news, I have posthumously declared Sean Connery to be King of Scotland. This has the same force of law as the media's declaration of the outcome of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election while there is pending litigation, votes are uncertified, and the meeting of the electoral college has not yet taken place
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Work Session on Density (starts at 3:00 PM in Training Room A)
I've asked that the council have a deep discussion on the topic of density. The facility will not be open to the public, but you may participate remote via broadcast at the following link: https://plano.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LIDmLcx_TPehy0kRGD91Gg
Executive Session (starts at 5:00 PM)
Economic Development Consideration
Preliminary Open Meeting (starts whenever Executive Session ends)
(Review agenda here)
Nothing unless we bring up something for a future agenda
Regular Meeting (starts at 7:00 PM)
Note: I'm moving the Consent Agenda to the bottom to put the meat first
(Review agenda here).
Proclamations and Special Recognition
Proclamation: Veterans Day is November 11
Proclamation: Homelessness Awareness Week is November 15-22, 2020
Comments of Public Interest: every meeting, anyone can speak about anything for up to three minutes, with 30 total minutes allotted for this segment.
Items for Individual Consideration
Item (1): rezoning at Legends at Chase Oaks apartment complex to add 124 more apartments and renovate 346 existing apartments
Item (2): proposed clarifications and improvements to the Urban Mixed-Use and BG, Downtown Business/Government District zoning classifications [Staff is requesting that this be remanded back to Planning & Zoning]
Item (3): update city code of ordinances to apply the previously approved drainage rate increases and calculation changes
Item (4): adoption of the city's 2021 Legislative Program
Notable Consent Agenda Items
(Total of $840,410 of your money in proposed expenses)
Item (g): a decrease of $78,314 to return unused funds from the West Spring Creek Parkway Service Roads Reconstruction and Water Line Replacement, which came in under the latest approved budget
Item (i): $55,628 for lead remediation at the Plano-Richardson Police Training Center due to elevated Blood Lead levels in three employees who spend increased time at the range
Item (k): approval of Downtown Plano Public Improvement District (PID) Assessment Plan and Service Plan
Item (o): approve the City's official Public Funds Investment Policy (Spoiler Alert: it's extremely risk-averse)
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