Proposed Williamsburg PID Update

The proposed update to the Williamsburg PID calls for adding about 76 acres to the assessment rolls. The plan includes adding infrastructure such as roads, sewer systems and water system improvements to Phases 2B, 2C and 3A1 off Williamsburg Parkway.

The Fate City Council’s agenda is packed for Monday night’s meeting, including discussion of a proposed outdoor warning siren system.

Council members will also consider whether to call a public hearing for July 15 on the next portion of proposed infrastructure development as part of the Williamsburg Public Improvement District.

The proposed update to the Williamsburg PID calls for adding about 76 acres to the assessment rolls; the plan includes adding infrastructure such as roads, sewer systems and water system improvements to Phases 2B, 2C and 3A1 off Williamsburg Parkway.

The total cost for the proposed improvements would be about $7.4 million, according to the council agenda documents. 

In other business, council will also hear a presentation from HR consultants Strategic Government Resources about a preliminary assessment of the city’s human resources department and proposed solutions to the city’s HR challenges, like filling vacancies. 

Also on Monday night’s agenda:

— A donation from ATMOS Energy for Fate Department of Public Safety

— A presentation of the Fate Department of Public Safety 2018 Annual Report  

— Discussion and action on an application for a special use permit for gasoline sales pumps and alcoholic beverage sales at 2975 Highway 66

— Discussion and action on appointments to the Fate Development Corporation Board of Directors

-— Discussion and action on appointments to the Fate Municipal Development District No. 1 Board Of Directors

— Discussion and action on appointments to the Planning and Zoning Commission

— Discussion and action on appointments to the Zoning Board of Adjustment

— Discussion and action on appointments to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

— Discussion and action on appointing an ad hoc member to the Capital Impact Advisory Committee

— Discussion and action on a resolution establishing an ad hoc committee to review legal service delivery options