The Waxahachie City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 6, at City Hall, with several public hearings on the agenda.
The first is on a requested annexation of 12.939 acres located east of Ovilla Road and south of Bob White near South Grove Creek as requested by Paul G. Spining, general partner for Glen Arbor Estates.
The second public hearing relates to a site plan approval as requested by Ken Mitchell, representing Two County Lane-Waxahachie Ltd.
The 7.1476-acre project includes senior citizens independent living apartments to be located on the east side of U.S. Highway 77 South across from Dunaway Elementary.
In other business, Rick Jellies of Texas 275 LLC is requesting annexation of 199.1 acres on Wilson Road near the intersection of Farm-to-Market 879, with the council to consider its approval of the ordinance.
David Setzer has requested to appear to make a presentation on behalf of Court Appointed Special Advocates of Ellis County to request funding in the next year’s budget.
The council will consider the purchase of police and fire equipment as budgeted under fiscal year 2006-2007 as well as a budget amendment for the lease-purchase of the new city-wide radio equipment.
Several amendments will be considered for the Waxahachie Code of Ordinances, including health and sanitation, food and food handlers and junked vehicles.
The council will consider a memorandum of intent and understanding with the county relating to the construction of a downtown parking garage, which is part of the county’s court and detention center facilities project. Relating to this agenda item, the council also will consider its approval of an architectural and engineering firm.
Also listed on the agenda is an executive session for council members to meet with the city attorney about pending litigation in regard to the airport.