During Monday’s scheduled meeting, the Waxahachie City Council will hear a request from the Quik Trip Corporation to add three diesel dispensers and 17 truck parking spaces to its travel center located at 5400 Interstate Highway 35E.
Quik Trip opened its $9 million travel center earlier this year. The travel center currently features a 6,978 square feet convenience store, 24 automotive gasoline fuel positions, six truck diesel fuel positions and two automotive diesel fuel positions.
Also on the agenda is a request being made by H&D Realty Investments for a specific use permit for a pole sign to be located at 3298 South Interstate Highway 35E.
In other agenda items scheduled, the council will:
• Consider a preliminary plat of Sandstone Ranch located on 66.601 acres
• Hold a public hearing to receive input from residents on an update of the city’s thoroughfare plan
• Consider a preliminary plat of 7.078 acres located in the Espinoza Addition of Elbert C. Newton Survey
• Conduct public hearings on amendments of roadway impact fees and water and wastewater impact fees.
Downtown Development Director Anita Williamson is scheduled to present a request for street closure for a classic car show and a sock hop event that will take place in downtown. Williamson will also present the council with a report on the Waxahachie Downtown Farmer’s Market.
The council will discuss the future development of Summit Estates and potential annexation.
Shari Phillips of Impact Waxahachie will present information on a proposed smoke-free ordinance for the city.
At the end of the regular session residents attending the meeting will have an opportunity to make petitions and requests of the council. The regular council meeting starts at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 19, in the council chambers at city hall. City hall is located at 401 S. Rogers St. in Waxahachie. The meeting is open to the public.
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