By Bill Spinks


wspinks@waxahachietx.com


Three new developments, including one carried over from the last meeting, will be on the agenda of Monday night’s meeting of the Waxahachie City Council.


Councilmembers will continue a public hearing on a request for a detailed site plan review for the proposed Dove Hollow subdivision located adjacent to and south of Grove Creek Road. The hearing was tabled at the council’s July 6 meeting.


A zoning change for a planned development district at the northwest corner of Peters Street and Graham Street, to be known as Symphony Estates, will also be before the council for a second time. The zoning change is from a mix of multiple-family, general retail and single-family to all single-family, with a concept plan.


The council previously voted 5-0 to deny the original mixed-use proposal for the tract, which included 120 townhomes and dedicated land to the city of Waxahachie and an adjacent church, at its April 20 meeting.


The council will also consider a planned development amendment for a 10.4-acre property, to be known as The Mark on Conquest, located at Conquest Boulevard and U.S. Highway 287.


Among other items, the council will consider the award of a bid to U.S. Underwater Services, LLC associated with the Lake Bardwell raw-water intake minor channel dredging project, and the reimbursement of the Water Fund from the proceeds of future debt associated with the same project.


The council will also consider entering into an agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation for the closure of FM 813 north of Spring Creek Drive and south of Grove Creek Drive in order to install a box culvert and drainage system. The proposed closure will begin on July 22 and will reopen on Sept. 2.


Consent agenda items include the approval of minutes from previous meetings and the renewal of parking and loading zone lease spaces.


The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 401 South Rogers Street.