City Council preview: Tuesday, Dec. 17
The following information is a preview of items being discussed at City Council and committee meetings on Dec. 17.
All meetings are held at Fort Worth City Hall, 200 Texas St. Complete meeting agendas are available online.
If you can not attend a meeting in person, you can watch them online at Fort Worth TV.
City Council Work Session, 3 p.m., Room 290
- Councilmembers will review an informal report by Transportation & Public Works Assistant Director Tanya Brooks on the maintenance of pavement markings in Fort Worth.
- Members will hear reports on the city’s proposed 2020 federal legislative and administrative agenda; the Fort Worth Police Department’s National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice; and the MyFW app.
City Council meeting, 7 p.m., City Council Chambers
- Councilmembers will conduct a public hearing on the need for the curfew ordinance for minors.
- The City Council will vote on accepting an artwork donation from the National Cutting Horse Association Foundation, a bronze sculpture depicting cutting icon Buster Welch. The statue, valued at $250,000, will be placed on the campus of the Will Rogers Memorial Center.
- Members will vote on an amendment to the City Code to revise the way in which members of the Ethics Review Commission are appointed.
- A vote will determine if the use, operation and management of Cowtown Coliseum in the Fort Worth Stockyards will be turned over to a new management firm.
- Four zoning hearings are on the agenda.
These are the last City Council meetings for 2019. Meetings will resume after the holidays.