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November 15, 2012

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WILLOW PARK — Other action

Other actions the council took Tuesday night included:

• Recommending the city move forward and negotiate with Freese and Nichols to complete a municipal comprehensive plan.

Freese and Nichols, who have worked with Hudson Oaks and Aledo to complete similar projects, will be working with Planning and Zoning Commission to come up with the scope of what the city wants the plan to include. The comprehensive plan is intended to help the city plan how to accommodate and guide future growth.  

• Unanimously authorizing the amendment of the Municipal Code of Ordinances to require all contractors doing work in the city to provide proof of $300,000 commercial general liability insurance as a part of registering with the city.

This would not modify the current registration fee, council members were told.

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