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City Council Meeting: March 9, 2020

Mar 9 2020

7:00 pm New Fairview City Hall

999 Illinois St, Rhome 76078

SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING
March 9, 2020
7:00 P.M.
New Fairview City Hall
999 Illinois Ln.
New Fairview TX 76078

AGENDA

Pursuant to Section 551.071 of the Texas Government Code, the Council may convene into Executive
Session(s) from time to time as deemed necessary during the meeting for any posted agenda item and
may receive advice from its attorney as permitted by law.

1. CALL TO ORDER
2. ROLL CALL                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    3. OPEN FORUM

The City Council invites persons with comments or observations related to city issues, projects, or
policies to briefly address the City Council. Anyone wishing to speak should sign-in with the City
Secretary before the beginning of the City Council meeting. In order to expedite the flow of business
and to provide all citizens the opportunity to speak, there is a three-minute limitation on any person
addressing the City Council. State law prohibits the City Council from discussing or taking action on
any item not listed on the posted agenda.

4. PUBLIC MEETING

A. Discuss, consider and act on Development Agreement for Constellation Lake Development
B. Discuss, consider and act on directing staff to confirm the accuracy of the registered voter rolls
for general and special elections

5. ADJOURN

I, the undersigned authority, do hereby certify the above notice of the meeting of the City Council of New
Fairview, is a true and correct copy of the said notice that I posted on the official posting place at New
Fairview City Hall, FM 407, New Fairview, Texas, a place of convenience and readily accessible to the
general public at all times, and said notice posted this 6
th day of March, 2020 at 7:00PM at least 72 hours
proceeding the meeting time.
____________________________
Monica Rodriguez, City Secretary
SEAL:
This facility is wheelchair accessible; parking spaces are available. Request for accommodations or
interpretive services must be made 48 hours prior to this meeting. Please contact the city secretary at city
hall 817-638-5366 or fax 817-638-5369 or by email at citysecretary@newfairview.org for further
information.


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MINUTES
March 9, 2020
7:00 P.M

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STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF WISE
CITY OF NEW FAIRVIEW

THE CITY COUNCIL CONVENED INTO A CITY COUNCIL MEETING , THE SAME BEING
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, THE 9TH DAY OF MARCH 2020 IN THE NEW FAIRVIEW CITY
HALL AND NOTICE OF SAID MEETING GIVING THE TIME, PLACE AND SUBJECT
THEREFORE HAVING BEEN POSTED AS PRESCRIBED BY ARTICLE 5 OF THE TEXAS
GOVERNMENTAL CODE, WITH THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS PRESENT:

Pursuant to Section 551.071 of the Texas Government Code, the Council may convene into Executive
Session(s) from time to time as deemed necessary during the meeting for any posted agenda item and
may receive advice from its attorney as permitted by law.

CITY COUNCIL
Mayor Joe Max Wilson
Mayor Pro Tem Scott Johnson
Councilman Rick White
Councilman Charlie Stumm
Councilwoman Rebecca McPherson
Councilman William Payne

PRESENT
City Administrator Alan Guard
City Secretary Monica Rodriguez
City Clerk Brooke Boller

Pursuant to Section 551.071 of the Texas Government Code, the Council may convene into Executive
Session(s) from time to time as deemed necessary during the meeting for any posted agenda item and
may receive advice from its attorney as permitted by law.

ITEM NUMBER 1. CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Joe Max Wilson called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM

ITEM NUMBER 2. ROLL CALL

Roll call with the above-mentioned names present

ITEM NUMBER 3. OPEN FORUM

The City Council invites persons with comments or observations related to city issues, projects, or policies
to briefly address the City Council. Anyone wishing to speak should sign-in with the City Secretary before
the beginning of the City Council meeting. In order to expedite the flow of business and to provide all
citizens the opportunity to speak, there is a three-minute limitation on any person addressing the City
Council. State law prohibits the City Council from discussing or taking action on any item not listed on the
posted agenda.

Heather Segura- complained about the city trash service, animals at large and code enforcement. Frontier
is not honoring their contact they have with the city. They are coming in 2 times a week. One to pick up
dumpsters and one day to pick up trash containers. Mayor Pro Tem Johnson said that he talked to the
president of the company and was told that it was just once a week. He does not appreciate being lied to.
He will talk to the trash company about honoring the franchise agreement that was approved by the council.

ITEM NUMBER 4. PUBLIC MEETING

A. Discuss, consider and act on Development Agreement for Constellation Lake Development
Don Dykstra made a presentation to the council about the Constellation Lake Development. They are
known for their light open houses. They put in about 20 windows. They have a variety of home sizes. He
showed the site plan with 5’ perimeter trail, connected trail system throughout, community center and
amenity center, benches and dog stations. 33 acres for commercial, 25 aces mf, 28 acres for school, 245
acres for townhomes and 1 acre lots with custom homes facing county roads. Main entry drive plan 5’
sidewalk, major entry monument, landscape corridor, 8’entry corridor sidewalk. All homes have covered
front porches and balconies, unique stone and brick exteriors with variation of street elevations. The homes
are open plan, completely sodded yard, irrigation and landscaping with stone border. All homes include
designer kitchens with granite counters and stainless appliances, energy efficient including LED lighting,
radiant barrier roof decking, insulated garage doors, 16 seer heating and cooking, custom 42’ raised panel
wood cabinets, smart home technology and architectural shingles with a limited lifetime warranty. They
will include a trail plan and park. They will discuss with the city whether to do an HOA or city facilities
and open to everyone in the city. Retail Concept Plan. To summarize Constellation Lake Development it
will have beautiful homes, large scale commercial potential at corner of FM 407 and South County Line
Road, homebuilding estimated to generate about $1,000,000 in sales tax to city, commercial long term sakes
tax sustainability, construction of 24-acre city park with lake and playground, trail system throughout
community and extending to adjacent properties, use PID to fund construction and maintenance of streets,
drainage and park/open spaces, water and sewer service by 3rd party provider, water, sewer, roads, etc will
be constructed at no cost to the city. Council will negotiate the billboards. Councilwoman McPherson does
not like billboards and thinks it is not needed. Councilman Payne agreed. The developer will work with the
council. If billboards are not wanted, then they will go another route. It’s not a big deal. They will look into
another way to advertise for the development. Mayor Pro Tem Johnson made a motion to approve the
development agreement with amended limitation of no billboards. Motion seconded by
Councilwoman McPherson. Motion passed.

B. Discuss, consider and act on directing staff to confirm the accuracy of the registered voter rolls
for general and special elections The City Administrator and office staff will work on getting with the tax appraisal office and the election
office to compare the lists of registered voters. We will go through it and make sure we have an accurate
list of people registered in the city limits and those who are not will be taken off. The city will also be in
contact with the tax office to correct the tax list of residents in the city limits.

ITEM NUMBER 5. ADJOURN

Meeting adjourned at

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