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Council approves 1 multi-family zoning change denies two in October action

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The Kennedale City Council will meet tonight in

regular session but in October the Council had two session where a number of

citizens spoke regarding future land use. Afterwards the Council took the following actions at the October 22 Special Session. {{more: continue …}}

  • Denied a zoning request for a change from single

    family to multi-family (townhomes) for property located on or near Bowman

    Springs and Corry Edwards (near Kennedale Junior High School) Bowman

    Springs/Corry Edwards Map/diagrams

  • Denied a zoning request for a zoning change from

    commercial to multi-family for property located on or near 801 Potomac Way. Potomac Way

    Map/diagram

  • Approved a zoning request for a change from

    residential to multi-family (apartments) for property located on 11 acres on or

    near Sublett Road and between the new storage facility under construction and

    Steeple Chase. Map/diagrams

  • Approved a new ?fine free? policy at the

    Kennedale Library and an annual fee for non-residents. See detail Fine

    Free Library

The City of Kennedale now video tapes the meetings

of the city council. The following are video tapes of the meeting in October. One of the meeting videos has been mislabeled and should read October 22, 2019.

Video of Regular Meeting October 15