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Did you miss the Thursday, April 4, 2019 city council meeting? Not a problem! We are here to help you stay up to date on what is happening in our City.
Council Workshop Highlights:
Held a discussion and provided staff direction on the design of new City logo.
Held a discussion on the cost of service and rate design study performed by Carolyn M. Marshall, CPA for the City's water and wastewater utility. The analysis examined revenue requirements for a five-year period beginning with fiscal year 2019-2020.
Council Regular Session Highlights
Doug Reim, Highland Village Police Chief representing the Texas Police Chiefs Association presented the Corinth Police Department with a "Re-Recognized" Designation. The department was evaluated on over 166 Best Business Practices for Texas Law Enforcement to receive the designation. This is the departments third recognized designation.
Approved the TXDOT Voluntary Interlocal Cooperation Agreement for the Operation and Maintenance of Traffic Signals Amendment No. 3. The proposed amendment no.3 will add two more signals to the Agreement. The intersections are I35 E and Oak Dr/Lake Dallas Dr within the City of Hickory Creek and the intersection of I35 E and Turbeville Rd/ Lake Dallas Dr. in Hickory Creek and Lake Dallas.
Considered and approved a contract with ABM Industries, Inc. to provide custodial services for City facilities. The contract includes custodial services to five separate facilities: City Hall, the Public Safety Center, Public Works, the Woods Building, and the Parks restrooms.
Adopted a comprehensive Asset Management Plan (AMP) for the City of Corinth. The plan comprised a full asset listing, condition and replacement cost of every component comprising City infrastructure including; buildings, vehicles, equipment, road network, street signs, drainage system network, water system, waste water system, parks, and any other items/ structures listed as an asset owned by the City.
Approved a contract for service between Brittan & Crawford LLC and the Corinth Economic Development Corporation for surveying and preparing acquisition documents for surplus right-of-way to be acquired from the Texas Department of Transportation, including legal descriptions and drawing exhibits.
Approved a subdivision waiver for reduced driveway spacing from 250 feet to 212 feet for an 2.875 acre tract of land situated on FM 2181 approximately 900 feet west of Parkridge Drive.