The council also approved some portions of a contract with Freese & Nichols to complete a tailored comprehensive plan for the city.
A representative of the firm, Daniel Harrison, told the council that they worked with the city’s planning and zoning commission and the city administrator to define the scope of the plan.
The approximately $74,000 project has three phases and includes a strategic plan to define the city’s vision and mission statement, a mapping that would address city limits and ETJ issues as well as a comprehensive plan to help as the city grows, according to Harrison.
The council and planning and zoning commission chair David Fritz also discussed a zoning map that the city spent money on the past but had not had completed.
City administrator Matt Shaffstall said he would look into how much it would cost the original engineering firm to complete the zoning map, as well.