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A plat is a legal document - a map, drawn to scale, showing the divisions and boundaries of a piece of land. In Texas, before homes and businesses can be built on vacant land, the land must first be platted.
No. Residency in NRH would still be required to be eligible to serve on P&Z. Proposition G would only remove the requirement of owning property, making the eligibility requirements for P&Z consistent with our other city Boards & Commissions.
To change the words “councilman” and “councilmen” to “council member” and “council members” and ”his” to “his or her.”
No. None of the proposed changes to the City Charter will increase costs. Some of them will save the city money and make city operations more efficient.
While ballot language is written to ensure it meets legislative and legal requirements, our intent is not to confuse voters. Each proposition was presented in an easy to understand format at the Feb. 13 City Council meeting. Use the link below to watch the presentation.
To help voters understand the proposed changes, we've also provided the following documents:
If you have additional questions, please reach out to us via email or by calling 817-427-6000.