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May 11, 2013

Willow Park City Council fires legal team, hires new attorney in lawsuit


Comprehensive plan

The Willow Park City Council also took action Tuesday night bringing the city one step closer to updating Willow Park’s outdated comprehensive plan and other documents.

The city approved an agreement with engineering firm Freese & Nichols to complete a comprehensive plan, city administrator Matt Shaffstall said, adding that they will be starting on the project within the month.

The comprehensive plan project will cover more than just the actual comprehensive plan.

The approximately $74,000 project is expected to include:

• A strategic plan to help the council formalize goals for the city and create a mission statement.

• An actual comprehensive plan to replace the last one Willow Park had done more than 10 years ago and updated thoroughfare and infrastructure plans.

• A zoning and land use guide to help direct development over the next decade.

• Some mapping, including a clear map of the city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction and city boundaries.

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