City Council recap for Dec. 13

Published on December 14, 2022

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Fort Worth City Council met Tuesday, Dec. 13, at City Hall.

  • Council designated the Historic Marine neighborhood as the Neighborhood Improvement Program target area for fiscal year 2023 and supported the use of $3,887,650 in capital funds for the program.
  • Council voted to sell the building housing the Central Library, 500 W. Third St., for $18 million to Dart Interests LLC.
  • Following a public hearing, Council delayed a decision on renewing the City’s youth curfew ordinance for another three years.
  • Council approved contracts for new playground equipment and other improvements at several City parks.
  • Council authorized a lease with 5th Street Partners LP for a building at 2929 W. Fifth St. to be used as the West Seventh Street Substation by the Fort Worth Police Department.
  • A resolution endorses District 5 Councilmember Gyna M. Bivens’ appointment to the Transportation and Infrastructure Services Committee of the National League of Cities.
  • Among 19 zoning cases on the agenda, Council unanimously approved plans to build more apartments in the Montgomery Plaza area.
  • Council approved a plan that would amend the design guidelines, land use and form-based code for development in the Fort Worth Stockyards.

Watch the meeting on Fort Worth TV, either online or on TV. You can also watch the meeting via the Fort Worth TV video library and on the City’s YouTube channel.



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