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Decatur City Council to consider plats, reports, street closing

By Messenger Staff | Published Saturday, July 12, 2014

The Decatur City Council will take up two plat requests, make appointments to a couple of city boards, and look at the annual Drinking Water Quality Report when they meet Monday, July 14, at 6 p.m.

The agenda calls for a public hearing on that water quality report, which details results of water testing and is published annually.

The two plat requests are from Andrew Sandford, designating lots 1-8 in the Catlett Creek Addition, a 31-acre tract in the city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction at the southeast corner of FM 730 and Cemetery Road.

The proposal was approved unanimously by the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission.

Eileen Standridge and Curtis Creswell are on tap to be appointed to that board. Will Klose is due to be named to the Board of Adjustment.

The council will take final action on the closing of one block of Pecan, requested by the First United Methodist Church since the church now owns the entire blocks on either side of the street.

Council will also look at extending the city’s interlocal agreement with the City of Fort Worth that allows citizens to dispose of household hazardous wastes at Fort Worth’s facility.

The meeting, which is open to the public, will be in the council chamber at City Hall, 201 East Walnut St.

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