The Borger City Council will be acting on the re-plat of land for a new business seeking to come to the Borger area.
The action will be taken during the council’s regular meeting at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 5, 2011, in the city council chambers of Borger City Hall, 600 North Main.
The recommendation, which was approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission at a meeting held last Monday, would be to receive a re-plat of Lots 4-11, Block 24, Unit 4, Thompson Addition, containing 1.303 acres, to be known as 230 N. Cedar Street, and set a public hearing to allow public comment.
The request was made by CVS Pharmacy, and the proposed re-plat would basically make the property where Cedar Lanes and Subway sits just one piece of property for construction.
If everything goes as planned, the pharmacy should tentatively begin construction this summer.
In other business, the council will receive the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission concerning 100 Denton Street and set a public hearing to hear an appeal from Jeff Whittington and allow public comment.
Whittington also brought his request before the Planning and Zoning Commission at its recent meeting. The request was to re-zone 1.5 acres of land located in the SE/4 of Section 18, Block “Y”, M&C Survey, from a single family (IF-2) zoning district to a commercial zoning district to be known as 100 Denton.
However, after community members voiced concerns about the re-plat, the commission denied the request and decided to send it to the city council for further review.
In other business, the council will act on a recommendation from the Building Standards Commission to demolish structures located 409-411 E. Eighth Street (Lot W/56’ of 15-16, Block 9, Original Townsite Addition.)
The council will also act on two additional recommendations from the Building Standards Commission, one for 821 Moody and one for 128 Cottonwood. Action will be taken to approve hearings to hear appeals from C.C. “Bud” Reynolds on the Moody recommendation and Twila Stine on the Cottonwood recommendation, as well as comments from the public.
A recommendation from Hutchinson County Tax Assessor-Collector Mary Lou Henderson for the sale of property located at 401 West Jefferson Street will considered for council action, along with the appointment of election judges and alternates for the May 14, 2011 City of Borger general election.
The council will act on the FY 2010-2011 annual report and proposed FY 2011-2012 tourism contracts for the Tri-City Community Concert Association and Friends of the Hutchinson County Museum.
Action will be taken on an interlocal agreement between the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission and the City of Borger, allowing the City of Borger’s 911 data to be uploaded into the Panhandle-Area Regional Information System (PARIS), and a lease agreement between Ama TechTel and the City of Borger.
The council will act on the minutes of its last regular March meeting and a special session held in late March, and expenditures for the last half of March.
A time for questions and comments from citizens will be held. Citizens who have indicated their desire to speak to the city council will be heard at this time.
In compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, unless the subject matter is on the agenda, city council members are prevented from acting on the subject and may respond only with statements of factual information or existing city policy.
However, city council members may refer the person making the comment to a staff member or request city staff to place the subject matter on a future open meeting agenda. Citizens are limited to three minutes for their presentation to the city council.