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NOLANVILLE — After a lengthy discussion about city ordinance requirements and street widths, the City Council on Thursday approved the amended preliminary plat of the 370.20-acre subdivision for 908 homes and 39.29-acres of park and green spaces in the Bella Charca subdivision, along with approving a special exception for street width.
Killeen Mayor Dan Corbin recently announced via Facebook that he will not seek re-election once his term expires in May.
HAKER HEIGHTS — With the city expected to reach a population of more than 58,000, Harker Heights officials are planning for the growth and developers are breaking new ground.
Azeita “Z” Taylor may have failed to win the City Council seat she was vying for Tuesday, but the loss has not lessened her commitment to the city and its people.
Copperas Cove voters Tuesday chose former Chamber of Commerce President Marty Smith to fill the Place 4 seat on the City Council.
Copperas Cove residents on Tuesday will have the opportunity vote on a $6 million bond issue and a council seat.
Killeen’s masonry committee met for the first time Wednesday to establish its goals and go over the latest census and real estate market data.
Killeen’s newly established masonry and design committee will meet tonight to examine census data and current real estate market trends in the city before determining what it wants to dictate to future residential and commercial structures through its design code.
In technical terms used by city planners working at City Hall, it’s called the Proposed Development Overlay District 1: Knight’s Way Corridor. But for the average resident, it’s a tool to help improve the appearance and quality of development in the area.
The Killeen City Council has the ability to guide the city’s growth and steer development in the way it deems best through its future land-use map and thoroughfare plan.
COPPERAS COVE — Residents have two choices for one City Council seat in the Nov. 5 election when early voting starts Monday.
Three large colorful maps used for planning the city’s future development were placed across tables Thursday night at a Killeen City Council workshop meeting aimed to help officials visualize what changes they would like to see represented on the maps.
The Killeen City Council will return to the drawing board today in an effort to reconstruct the city’s future land-use map and thoroughfare plan.
City officials established a masonry committee in an effort to create an ordinance dictating the composition of residential and commercial structures, after a previous attempt was narrowly shot down by the Killeen City Council.
LAMPASAS — City leaders on Monday took another step forward with plans to build new City Council chambers by agreeing to pay $36,000 to JNW Architects LLC of Lampasas to design the new facility.
The planning and zoning commission’s effort to strengthen the city’s masonry standards for its residential and commercial districts was shot down by the Killeen City Council on Tuesday after a tiebreaker vote by the mayor.
Killeen is seeking to amend its design standards for several residential districts, but some local builders oppose the possible changes.
LAMPASAS — City officials may soon start to crack down on untidy businesses in Lampasas.
The Killeen City Council will return to the drawing table next month to construct the city’s future land-use map.
Even though Rob Robinson is mayor pro tem on the Harker Heights City Council, he’s not big on titles. His preference is to be simply known as “Joe Citizen.”
The Harker Heights City Council’s decision to allow mobile home parks to apply for planned development permits is one that will benefit the city.
HARKER HEIGHTS — J.C. Schoel couldn’t shake a nagging ambition planted by his church friends.
Mobile home park managers said they appreciate the Harker Heights City Council’s 4-1 Tuesday vote to allow mobile home parks to apply for planned development permits, which could allow more design flexibility and tighten the 35-foot spacing requirement between new units.
NOLANVILLE — The City Council approved an ordinance to establish regulations for the creation and designation of a planned development district as a specialized zoning district during a meeting Thursday at the J.W. Sims Community Center.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday unanimously recommended allowing the replacement of aging mobile homes with new units, which could be presented to City Council members Tuesday for approval.
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.