Planning and Zoning Commission
3 p.m.: Council Chamber, 601 S Buchanan St.
Work session; consider the following rezoning/s: Lot 1, Block 77, Amended Plat of San Jacinto Heights Addition, an addition to the city of Amarillo, in Section 225, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey, Potter County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Residential District 3 to Residential District 3 with a Specific Use Permit for the placement of a Type B Manufactured Home. Vicinity: Georgia Street and SW 1st Avenue. Applicant: Panhandle Precision Properties, LLC; tract 107, Revised Map of Pleasant Valley, an addition to the city of Amarillo, in Section 159, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey, Potter County, plus one-half of all bounding streets, alleys, and public ways, to change from Residential District 1 (R-1) to Light Commercial District (LC). Vicinity: Loop 335 and Quincy Drive. Applicant: Gerado Flores for Yellow City Logistics; a 20.36 acre tract of unplatted land in Section 58, Block 2,
to change from Heavy Commercial District (HC) and Agricultural District (A) to Heavy
Commercial District (HC). Vicinity: Interstate 40 and Airport Boulevard. Applicant: Drew Donosky for Attebury Farm LLC. Consider the following plat/s: The Greenways at Hillside Unit No. 41. an addition to the City of Amarillo, being an unplatted tract of land, in Section 39, Block 9, B.S.&F. Survey, Randall County. Vicinity: Countryside Drive and Andover Drive. Applicant: Robbie Christie for N&B Properties, Inc.; Wolflin Terrace Unit No. 3. An addition to the City of Amarillo, being a replat of a portion of Lot 5, and all of Lots 6 and 7, Block 114, Wolflin Terrace Unit No. 2, in Section 186, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey, Randall County. Vicinity: Travis Street and SW 30th Avenue. Applicant: Elizabeth Smith; The Vineyards Unit No. 9. An addition to the City of Amarillo, being an unplatted tract of land in Section 191, Block 2, A.B.&M. Survey, Potter County. Vicinity: Hastings Avenue and Broadway Drive. Applicant: Tommy Nielson for Nielson Communities. Consider adoption of the Eastridge Neighborhood Plan as an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan of the city of Amarillo.
City of Canyon Commission
4:30 p.m., Commission Chambers, City Hall, 301 16th St., Canyon
Consider and take appropriate action on the audit of the financial statements of the Canyon Economic Development Corporation for the year ending Sept. 30, 2021; appointment of Auditor for City of Canyon’s Financial Statement Audit for fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2022; informational presentation for addition of full-time staff member in Parks and Recreation Department; consider Lease Agreement for Parks and Recreation Maintenance Equipment; consider Ordinance No. 1151, annexing territory to the city of Canyon for Canyon East Unit No. 10; consider Ordinance No. 1153 – by deleting section 96.02, City Recreational Vehicle Park; first reading of Ordinance No. 1154 for the renewal of Xcel Energy Franchise Agreement; executive session.
Randall County Commissioner’s Court
9 a.m.: Commissioners’ Courtroom, 501 16th St., Suite 305, Canyon
Also held via Zoom, https://randallcounty.zoom.us/j/85181501229?pwd=UnE1ZWxGbk9PR1ozR3FkUmRXUUF3QT09
Meeting ID: 851 8150 1229 Passcode: 694374
Annual Financial Report for the year ending Sept. 30, 2021; discuss and take action on approving the Texas Panhandle War Memorial Center to make upgrades with grant funding for various projects at the Randall County Veterans Park; discuss and take action on approving L-25 Unit No.1, a rural subdivision, consisting of 2 acres, lying in Section 79, Block 6, I.&G.N. RR. Co. Survey, Randall County; Banner Addition Unit No. 2, a rural subdivision consisting of 2 acres, situated in Section 7, Block B-5, H.&G.N. RR. Co. Survey, Randall County; Interlocal Agreement with TPEG+ (The Texas Public Entity Group Plus).
Beautification and Public Arts Advisory Board
11:30 a.m.: Board Room – Parks and Recreation Offices, 509 S. Johnson
Discuss Bloomberg Foundation opportunities as related to public art and beautification; discuss project ideas; consider future agenda items.
Amarillo City Council
1 p.m.: Council Chamber, 601 S Buchanan St.
Updates from councilmembers serving on outside boards and commissions: Animal Management & Welfare Advisory Board, Local Government Corporation, Quarterly Budget Update, Quarterly Sales Tax Update, discuss Solid Waste Update; and request future agenda items and reports from City Manager; second and final reading of an ordinance amending the Amarillo Municipal Code to provide an updated scoring system for food hygiene inspections; second and final reading on ordinance rezonings; amending the Amarillo Municipal Code to update maximum non-consent towing fees; consider award for various annual contracts; consider award – temporary labor services contract for Civic Center Complex; consider the purchase of a core video management platform to be utilized in the Amarillo Regional Crime Center; consider the award of a construction services contract to furnish and install a new six-inch sanitary sewer main via the pipe bursting method, sewer taps, and manholes; consider contract for interpretation and translation services for the clients of the Amarillo Department of Public Health; consider aviation clear zone easements; dedication of land for public utility easements; public hearing and first reading of an ordinance approving and adopting the Five-Year Community lnvestment Program (ClP) for FY 2021-2022 through 2025-2026; executive session.
Parks and Recreation Board
1:30 p.m.: Board Room – Parks and Recreation Offices, 509 S. Johnson
Discuss or receive reports on the following current matters or projects: Playground Updates, Future Agenda Items; consider Special Event Fees; consider the appointment / re-appointment of members to the Strategic Planning subcommittee and Outreach subcommittee.
Amarillo City Council
2 p.m.: Council Chamber, City Hall, 601 S Buchanan St.
Possible quorum may assemble for a City Connection meeting.
Greenways at Hillside Public Improvement District Advisory Board
10 a.m.: Llano Real Estate Group Office, 7639 Hillside Rd., Ste. 300
Discuss city of Amarillo drainage fee; developer reimbursement; ongoing maintenance and operation of PID improvements; Class D lot assessment and consider possible actions related to Class C lot assessment; developer cost estimation for Unit No. 41; budget amendment.