Plano City Council Preview

Plano City Council Preview – December 12, 2022

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This will be the last council meeting of 2022!

You can sign up online to speak at council meetings in person or via Zoom online at this link up to 15 minutes before the scheduled meeting, which is typically at the 7:00 Regular Meeting. You may alternatively share your thoughts by emailing the council members any time at our email addresses here, or by 4:00 PM the day of the meeting at The council meeting will be livestreamed on and on the City of Plano Facebook page.


Executive Session (starts at 5:00 PM)

(Review agenda here)

  • No specific topics


Preliminary Open Meeting

(Whenever Executive Session, which starts at 5:00 PM, ends)

(Review agenda here)

  • Comprehensive Monthly Financial Report – September 2022
  • DART Interlocal Agreement Update
  • Discussion and direction re: Comments of Public Interest Policy including the use of Zoom


Regular Meeting (starts at 7:00 PM)

Notable Consent Agenda items are at the bottom of this post.

(Review agenda here)

  • Presentation: Friends of the Plano Public Library Organization is presenting a donation to support the Plano Public Library

Comments of Public Interest: at every meeting, anyone can speak about anything for up to three minutes, with 30 total minutes allotted for this segment.


Items for Individual Consideration

  • Item (1): request to rezone 36.5 acres of land located on the north side of Legacy Drive, 1,168 feet east of Alma Drive. 89 new apartments in 14 new buildings at Legends at Chase Oaks apartment complex. A previous version of this request came before council just over two years ago, and was denied 6-2. This time around it passed Planning & Zoning 5-2
  • Item (2): Review of the Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report describing the use of funds received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) during the 2021-22 grant year


Notable Consent Agenda Items

Total of $6,838,705 of your money in proposed expenses

  • Item (b): $5,869,469 for ~2,100 linear feet of large diameter sewer upsizing and replacement, including two sewer aerial crossings across Pittman Creek and Spring Creek. This is the first of three sections of sewer lines scheduled for replacement to address surcharging, which can result in maintenance concerns and potential odor issues. This item does not address the odor issues nearest the Rowlett Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.
  • Item (c): $629,432 for 16 Milestone Husky Recording Servers, with 5 years of support, and software license upgrade to support our CIP Traffic CCTV expansion from 1,044 CCTV cameras to approximately 2,000 cameras over the next 2 years
  • Item (d): $328,800 for Pecan Hollow Golf Course Erosion Control for Holes 6 and 7
  • Item (f): to call for a public hearing on the creation of a new Downtown Plano Public Improvement District (PID) to replace the current one, which is expiring
  • Item (g): to call for a public hearing on the creation of a Haggard Farm Public Improvement District (PID) to sell $115 million in bonds to fund public infrastructure that historically would be the responsibility of the developer. These bonds would be repaid using proportional levies on the private property within the PID
  • Item (i): to transfer $2 million from the General Fund to the Rainy Day Fund
  • Item (j): to transfer $7 million from the Water & Sewer fund to the Sewer CIP Fund and Capital Maintenance Fund for this fiscal year to fund $5 million in Sewer Improvements at Data, Lotus & PGBT, Plano Parkway Parallel Interceptor, and Dallas North Trunk- Phase 2; and $2 million for a 3rd generator at the Ridgeview Pump Station. This money is from a surplus received in water & sewer revenues following the rate increase. At the last meeting, Mayor Pro Tem Prince and I said that to offset these expenses, we’d want to see next year’s Water & Sewer rates lowered commensurately.


Review City Council agendas and minutes here.